A passionate and progressive educator with over 22 years of experience, Ms
Namrita Rathee leads the Primary School at Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad.
As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, Ms. Rathee contributes towards
policy changes. Being the Lead Coach for the I-LEAD program at Khaitan Public
School, she has contributed in bringing about significant changes in the SEL
environment. She sees a leader in each member of the KPS community and
believes that simplicity in thoughts and action and the space to dream are the
necessary ingredients to nurture flourishing minds.
Ms. Namrita Rathee has been associated with Khaitan Public School for more than
3.5 years. In her previous role as Head New Initiatives, she has transformed the
K-2 grades by leading Teacher Development and Curriculum Improvement. Ms
Namrita led the Junior Wing at KPS to win the Early Childhood Award for
Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum and its planning in 2016. Under her
leadership and able guidance, KPS is the leading proponent of International
Primary Curriculum at KPS.
She holds a prestigious Montessori degree from AMI, Netherlands, an NTT and
BEd degree from India and an Early Childhood Educator Diploma from British
Columbia. She is a qualified TESOL Master Trainer, an Instructional Leader, a CIE
educator and a Design Thinking Practitioner.
Ms Namrita brings with her a plethora of experiences ranging from voluntary
work in rural schools, setting up play schools for young children, designing
curriculum inspired by Montessori, Reggio, and progressive educators, working at
prestigious institutes like Abacus in Chennai, DPS-Greater Noida, Mayoor School
and being a founder teacher at Step by Step School. She has worked closely with
children of special needs and wholeheartedly supports inclusion.
Her experiences and exposures as a IPC trainer for international schools in Asian
countries-China, Cambodia, Nepal, Singapore and Indonesia- helps us enrich our
teaching and learning in the Primary School.
A firm believer in the thought that the young are our future; she views teachers as
managers of change, and aspires to spread effective teaching strategies that both
empower teachers and respect children, irrespective of the economic boundaries.
Her experiences have helped her look deeply and analyse the challenges that face
the education sector. Through quality audits she supports schools design practical
support structures for the school community consisting of students, teachers and