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Ayesha Kasuri
Deputy Head, TNS

Ayesha Kasuri is a trained and certified early childhood educator.  She completed her graduate and post graduate studies at Kinnaird. She moved to Virgina, USA in 1998, where she joined the Montessori Academy Internationale in conjunction with Loyola University, earning a Masters in Education, specialising in Montessori. The Montessori Academy Internationale is an institute founded by Maria Montessori and currently operating under her youngest grand-daughter Renilde Montessori.

Ms. Kasuri has worked closely with the 0-6 age group and has helped design and implement several early childhood programmes. She is passionate about what she does and does not consider her responsibilities as work rather she views her role as a commitment to children and their future. Having two little ones of her own, she loves to take her work home!

After being a teacher, consultant and trainer, Ms. Kasuri joined TNS as the head of the early years in January 2009. She diverged slightly from her Montessori path when she attended the Reggio International conference in Singapore where she was inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach.

Ms. Kasuri is currently the Deputy Head of TNS and is dedicated to ensuring that TNS is a community that values the rights of children and helps project a positive image of the child; where the team aspires to create a legacy of global minded, critical and high order thinkers who will be the leaders of tomorrow.