Ruhaza Ahamed

Ruhaza Ahamed’s training as a Montessori teacher has shaped her approach to learning, in which she seeks to create a nurturing, supportive environment to allow for exploration and discovery. She has nearly 10 years’ experience in classrooms, working primarily with primary and early middle-school students.
Ruhaza began her career in an early education Montessori preschool, working with toddlers and early primary student. After 2 years of enriching work at the preschool, Ruhaza transitioned to an international school in Sri Lanka, where she continued her passion for education. Here, she embraced the British National Curriculum, expanding her experience in primary education. As a dedicated class teacher, she has worked with children spanning the ages of 5-10, guiding them through their formative years of learning and development.

During her tenure as a class teacher, Ruhaza took on a multifaceted role, teaching subjects such as mathematics, English, art, and social/culture studies. Her diverse teaching repertoire enables her to engage students across the spectrum, fostering their intellectual curiosity and holistic growth.

Currently, Ruhaza is employed as a class teacher for a year four class, where she continues to inspire and educate young minds. Her commitment to excellence, coupled with her passion for teaching, has made her a valued member of the educational community, dedicated to shaping the future leaders of tomorrow.

Teaching Philosophy & Approach

After many years working with young learners, I prioritize hands-on learning alongside a curriculum. I firmly believe that children learn best when they are actively engaged in their learning process, and I strive to create an environment that fosters curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking.

I place great emphasis on making learning enjoyable and engaging for my students. Incorporating games and fun activities into my lessons not only reinforces concepts but also creates memorable learning experiences. For instance, I have found that students struggling with concepts like times tables are more receptive to learning when presented in the form of a game or activity. By making learning fun, I aim to instill a love for learning that extends beyond the classroom.

In essence, my teaching philosophy revolves around creating a supportive and stimulating learning environment where every child feels valued, challenged, and motivated to reach their full potential. By nurturing their natural curiosity and providing meaningful learning experiences, I aim to equip my students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in school and beyond.

“I am committed to continuously updating my teaching strategies and exploring new approaches to meet the diverse needs of my students.”
Teaching Level:
  • Primary
Teaching Type:
  • Tutoring
  • Full-Year Classes
  • Partial Year Classes (Mini Courses)
Teaching Subjects:
  • Arithmetic
  • Crafts


Courses that Ruhaza Ahamed Teaches

  • Middle School English Language Arts
    Online Middle School English Course This online English course for…

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