Ms Suzziani Kassim
SBCC Child Development – Temporarily Closed
Monday to Saturday :
9.00am to 1.00pm, 2.00pm to 6.00pm
Sunday & Public Holidays :
In line with the Government’s direction to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, our centre would be temporarily closed from 8 April 2020 (Wednesday) until 1 June 2020 (Monday).
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We thank you for your patience and understanding. Meanwhile, take care and stay safe!
Senior Early Intervention Teacher
Suzziani began her journey in this industry because working people has always been her passion but working with little people was pure love. It is combined equally with an interest to make a positive contribution to the community. She has many years of experience teaching in mainstream and international schools in small classes environments and in one to one teaching situations. In her years of experience, she adopted various teaching skills from these settings as they offer different methods of teaching strengths and approaches which enable her to differentiate instruction for children with learning difficulties.
In her teaching experiences, she supports children with Autism, ADHD, and other developmental delays. She has certificate in teaching children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD: Everyday Strategies for Elementary Students. She attended Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes training to further advance her skills in helping children with learning difficulties.
Suzziani is an avid reader and would like every child to experience reading as a pleasure rather than a chore. Suzziani has taught pre-literacy, phonics, reading and literacy skills to students at Nursery, Kindergarten and Primary school level. She believes that every student, with his or her individual profile of learning strengths and needs, should be encouraged to fulfil their potential and be able to enjoy their learning journey.
Suzziani believes that motivating students of all ages to challenge their expectations, conquer physical and mental obstacles and take pride in their achievements. She aims to provide her students with opportunities to learn through hands-on activities and experiences that are relevant to life beyond the classroom. She recognises the importance of forging trusting relationships and helping students to cope with them pressures of education today by building sound foundations for present and future.