Bellamy has been teaching at Roycemore for over five years. For the first four years, she was the 2nd-grade teacher, and but now she has moved up to 3rd grade. She was previously a Roycemore student and attended Roycemore from JK through 12th grade. After graduating from Roycemore, she went to Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where she graduated with a degree in Elementary Education with endorsements in teaching Reading and Social Studies. Before getting hired at Roycemore, she spent a year as a 4th-grade assistant teacher at Francis W. Parker School.
In addition to being the 3rd-grade teacher, she also teaches courses for Roycemore’s Inspiration Factory program and Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development summer programs.
When she is not teaching, she enjoys cooking, spending time with friends and family, skiing in Colorado, and taking aerial arts circus classes.
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
– Mahatma Gandhi
I teach because I hope to help kids find their passion in life and become independent thinkers. I provide a lot of projects for my students that allow them to have choice in their own learning, problem solve, and make real world connections. When my students leave my class, I hope that they feel accomplished and capable of taking on challenges.
When I was a student at Roycemore, I always felt cared for, supported, and knew that my voice was being heard. I loved going to school and thrived from being in a small community where I felt known and understood. Now being a teacher, I only have more appreciation for how special a Roycemore education is. Our ability to get to know each student and cater to their specific needs is what makes us so unique.