Three All Saints’ College teachers recognised on 2018 national education ‘hotlist’

Three All Saints’ College teachers recognised on 2018 national education ‘hotlist’

 

 

 

 

Three teachers at All Saints’ College, working in the areas of student wellbeing, curriculum and performing arts, have been recognised for their “exceptional” work in the national Hot List 2018 released by industry publication, The Educator Australia.

Esther Hill, Dean of Teaching and Learning (also Director of Djoowak: The Beyond Boundaries Institute), Stephen Roberts, Director of Arts and the HotHouse Company,  and Tim Russell, as Head of Service Learning, were all recognised earlier this week in this annual list which features just over 50 professionals from schools, universities and industry across Australia.

Principal, Belinda Provis, said she was delighted that the three staff have been recognised for their innovative approach to education.

“I congratulate all three for their dedication to excellence and innovation in their respective areas,” said Ms Provis.

“At All Saints’ College, one of our core responsibilities is to ensure our students are equipped to step confidently into a future characterised by rapid change and uncertainty. That requires a skillset that includes initiative and enterprise, skills of creation and collaboration, a passion for problem-finding and problem-solving.”

“And we are delighted that All Saints’ College staff make up almost 6% of the national hotlist,” Ms Provis added

Also appearing on the list is Mr Peter Allen, who commences in the role of Vice Principal at All Saints’ College in 2019.

Click here to read more about Peter Allen: https://allsaints.wa.edu.au/vice-principal-appointed-for-2019/