With some 30 years of service as a teacher, the now retired headmaster of St Joseph’s High School, Nathram Raghubansi, says his teaching career was motivated by his passion to help children excel at Mathematics. Raghubansi started his career at the Abram Zuil Secondary School but moved to Georgetown in 1995 and was eventually posted at the St Joseph’s High school. It is Raghubansi’s belief that the personality of the students and teachers at the school that caused him to remain at the school throughout the remainder of his career. An increase of passes for Mathematics and English and an expansion of the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) are among the achievements the school underwent under Raghubansi. During an interview with the News Room, Raghubansi recapped on his time spent as a teacher and headmaster.