Every Residence Parent at Pathways World School has made a personal commitment to be there for the students all the time. The Residence Parents create an emotionally healthy and caring environment in the boarding for the students as a second home.
Hello, I’m Dianna Dunne. I have been a Residence Parent at Pathways for the past nine years. My journey, working with children has been harmonious, creating a rich and memorable experience for me personally as well as professionally. I’m privileged to be a part of the growth of young learners watching them shape into young adults.
In my 15 years at Pathways, my most rewarding experience has been cultivating lifelong relationships with my students. I feel honoured to have made a contribution in the lives of my students who grow up to be confident and compassionate young men and women.
Hi! I myself am from a boarding school, Scindia Girls. My aim is to shower all the love and care that I missed, to the children under my wings. I regularly plan activities to engage my students and often sit with them bonding over old tales and inculcating values of a family. The signature sound of our Residence is the laughter of our students, a sound more melodious than any symphony in the world!
The last 16 years as a Residence Parent have been extremely satisfying for me, professionally as well as personally. I love to plan and lead expeditions for our students including hikes, trekking, cycling and moon light walks to name a few! I also particularly enjoy community service initiatives ensuring our students are prepared to be true future leaders of our nation.
“Be a child at heart and you’ll never stop learning, or ever grow old” Those are the words I live by! Hi, I am Mabel, and you’ll recognize me instantly when I greet you with my infectious smile while walking barefoot around the campus. I am very passionate about music as well as poetry. Working with children is something that I wanted to do ever since I was a child and here I am!
My 6 years at Pathways, without a doubt have been the most rewarding years of my life. I believe that each child under our care is a privilege and equally a responsibility for us. I particularly enjoy long chats with my students who keep me energetic and going! The sense of gratitude in helping them shape into young adults is particularly satisfying.
I feel very happy to see him in safe hands and wish to thank you all once again for the support and care you have taken
- Sanjay Malaviya