Name: Miché Jagjiban
Title: Stage 4 Class teacher
“[Kids] don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are. “Jim Henson
This is a quote to live by, children are the most intelligent beings, and it is our job to foster a sense of belief in themselves by means of using resources combined with teaching both in, and outside the classroom. I hope to have a positive impact on all the learners I interact with to ensure that the lessons I teach benefit them well beyond the walls of our school.
I believe in the freedom of movement. thought and speech. I am passionate about shaping and providing a platform for growth of our future generations. I focus on aspects such as self-love, equality, confidence, creativity and alternative thinking patterns.
I attended the National School of the Arts where I studied drama and graduated in 2014. I still use those skills taught to me all those years ago, in my teaching style, and approach to children. I am artistic, and went on to study photography through the Tshwane University of Technology. In my spare time I express myself through various mediums and hope to impart a sense of freedom and safety in my classroom by utilizing artistic expression.
I believe I found my calling when I studied through Professional Child Care College where I obtained my level 4 qualifications in Early Childhood Development, as well as basic First Aid. Teaching to me, is a way to positively give back to my community.