Valli Cheemalamarri

Valli Cheemalamarri is a learning support teacher in the Upper School. She is known for her commitment to creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment for her students. With more than 20 years of experience living in Europe, Valli has had the opportunity to immerse herself in the cultures and languages of Belgium, Germany, and Sweden. This has enriched her understanding of diversity and inclusion.

Valli has a diverse academic background that reflects her varied interests and expertise. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Science, which has given her a solid foundation in analytical thinking and problem-solving. Additionally, Valli has pursued a professional degree in Chartered Accountancy from India, demonstrating her proficiency in financial management and strategic planning. She has also completed her Master of Education (M.Ed) from the University of the People in cooperation with the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Advanced Teaching at the secondary school level. This educational background equips her with a comprehensive understanding of pedagogical techniques and educational theory, enabling her to tailor her approach to meet the diverse needs of her students.

Throughout her career, Valli has been passionate about promoting diversity and inclusion in education. She firmly believes that every student, regardless of their background or ability, deserves the opportunity to thrive academically and socially. As an Upper School Learning Support teacher, Valli collaborates closely with teachers and students to create an inclusive class environment. She works to ensure that every student receives the support they need to succeed, whether it’s through personalised learning plans, accommodations, or targeted interventions.

Valli enjoys singing, cooking, and gardening in her free time. She is an active member of the school choir and likes to experiment with different cuisines. Gardening is her favourite hobby she finds it both relaxing and rewarding.