New teachers join the team
Meet six of the 270 new teachers and staff who have joined one of Canberra’s 87 public schools this year.
“Being at a bi-national school, I’m really looking forward to helping our students become global citizens. Our students have a great opportunity to work in French and English speaking countries around the world.”
Peter Usher, new teacher at Telopea Park School.
"I'm looking forward to putting everything I've learned during my degree into the classroom and my students."
Shaun Grandi, new teacher at Giralang Primary School.
“I look forward to imparting knowledge and shaping the children’s lives – always giving them hope so they can do what they want to do in life.”
Sarah Hughes, new teacher at Harrison School, Harrison.
“I’m looking forward to watching students grow and improve over the year with my input and influence as their teacher.”
Sam Hancox, new teacher at Torrens Primary.
"At Majura there's lots of support for the kids on their emotional and social well being. It's good for kids to know school is not just about academics, but also fostering friendships."
Thembi Compton, new teacher at Majura Primary School
“’I’m really looking forward implementing personal learning strategies that enable students to present work in a variety of different ways. It’s not just about writing an essay.”
Madeleine Clayden, new teacher at Wanniassa High School.
For more information on the ACT's Public Schools visit www.education.act.gov.au