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School and Preschool Support Award

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Winner

Hannah Dayman

Trade schools support officer, Kadina Memorial School

Hannah supports students to stay engaged with school and proactively plan for the future by connecting them with school-based apprenticeships, traineeships and work experience. By giving students the knowledge and confidence to explore opportunities to successfully establish and operate their own businesses, benefits are provided for both students and the local community.

Finalists

Matthew Hubber

Youth worker, Grant High School

Mathew believes that a dynamic approach is important in supporting students at risk of disengaging from school. Using a strength-based approach within a flexible case management framework, Mathew enables students to identify pathways to personal goals while strengthening their understanding of self and learning. This has enhanced the wellbeing and learning experiences of students.

Michael Jenkinson

Laboratory manager, Christies Beach High School

Michael is passionate about delivering exciting and innovative experiences for young people in Adelaide’s south. He strives to reduce the gap between the highest and lowest achievers by being inclusive and providing unique opportunities for learning. A significant achievement has been the development of learning spaces for the school’s Environmental Learning Centre, which has had a positive impact on student wellbeing and attendance.

Contact

Public Education Awards

Phone: 8226 2339
Emailpubliceducationawards [at] sa.gov.au