Zubaida Sattar is the 10th grade teacher at the Government Girls High School (GGHS) Sahafiq Ahmed Khan School, Abdullah Jan Street, Quetta, Balochistan, one of the provinces in Pakistan. Zubaida has a degree in Law and is pursuing an MPhil in Education. She has been teaching since 2010 and has been working in the current school since 2013. She has two brothers and a sister and is number 3 among her siblings.
She is the English language teacher for senior classes and also the class teacher for grade 10.
"I have been teaching since 2010 and in this school since 2013, I became a teacher to bring about a positive change in the society. I love the energy children have, their playfulness and their daily routine attracts me a lot
The positive attitude of children has impacted me a lot. They ask questions and are always willing to learn new things.
Using a public transport in the morning, the unruly traffic on the road, is a big challenge as I have to get to school on time.
For me quality education is the one that helps you bring about a positive change in the society and promote positive thinking. My most important advice to the students is hard work and never give up. These two things are most important...
I would like to thank the European Union for their support us for the development of the education sector. And I hope they would continue to play this important role for us in the future so that we could bring about a very good change not only in Pakistan but the entire world."