Academic and Examination Board Members
Jayne has been teaching, designing and implementing educational programmes for more than 30 years. She founded the innovative White Lodge Education Group Services, then later The Melbourne Specialist International School (MIS) and ASPIRE Centre for Special Education to serve children with diverse needs.
Jayne has a Masters in Teaching and Learning from Hibernia College, Ireland combined with a Diploma in Child Psychology, advanced studies in Early Childhood Care and Education, Autism and Speech, and Educational Drama. She is a member of SENIA Singapore and the International Association for Special Education in the US.
Ganesh has more than 20 years of experience in education management. Together with his wife Jayne Nadarajoo, he cofounded the Melbourne Specialist International School and the ASPIRE Centre for Special Education, which both serve students with diverse needs.
He also cofounded the White Lodge Education Group Services, which has since expanded to include 11 kindergartens across Singapore and Malaysia. Ganesh has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Roehampton, a Diploma in Child Psychology and Counselling, and an International Coaching Federation certification.
Dr Long Lye Chan is the The GUILD’s Academic Board Member. She has devised and overseen Programme for the Centre for Excellence for the Education of Students with Additional Needs, as well as Programme for gifted children and children with special needs in renowned schools.
Lye Chan has presented at the Gifted Education Research Resource and Information Centre (GERRIC), Gateways Education, and National JASON conferences. Lye Chan has a BSc in Applied Biology from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, a Masters in Gifted Education, and a Doctorate in Gifted Education and Leadership from the University of New South Wales.
Ronald Stones OBE is a veteran educationalist. Although he is from Britain, he has been resident and working in South-East Asia for more than thirty-five years. Having started his career in education as a teacher, he assumed leadership positions at quite a young age, and progressed to direct four international institutions of renown in the region – including Tanglin Trust School Singapore and the pioneering Green School Bali. He has been appointed Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, and has been recognised for his work in education in Singapore and Indonesia by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
Ronald Stones OBE has an MBA in Educational Leadership from University of Lincolnshire and Humberside and a Bachelor’s degree from University of Bradford, followed by a Graduate Certificate in Education from University of Lancaster.