We are proud of our dedicated and experienced team of professionals. Let us introduce you to a few of our people.

Sarah Walsh, Reception Teacher

"I believe every child can be a successful learner."

I am passionate about what I do and love that I am able to learn alongside children at Annesley Junior School each day. Understanding that I am able to have a positive impact on each child while they are in my care is a great privilege.

Having worked with children in many places around the world, I choose to work at Annesley because it is a beautiful place to work. I believe every child can be a successful learner and I take delight in creating challenging learning environments where mistakes are celebrated as tools for extending learning further.

I am committed to Annesley’s vision and look forward to the exciting future ahead.

Jo Rossiter, Year 3 Teacher

"I am a proud old scholar, teacher and parent of Annesley."

I am a proud old scholar, teacher and parent of Annesley.

As a high school student, Annesley was a place that fostered in me a strong sense of connection and taught me that I am capable and could believe in my abilities.

After teaching in the country, interstate and overseas, Annesley is where I now choose to teach. Like no other, Annesley Junior School is a place where I can collaborate openly with quality educators every day. Our unwavering commitment to best practice teaching and learning inspires me to explore and develop innovative education for our community of learners.

As a parent, Annesley provides an environment for my own children to learn just as young children should. My belief is that no compromises should be made in the primary years of schooling where the crucial foundations of learning are built. I am excited by every day that my children spend at Annesley Junior School.

Monika Falk, Early Learning Teacher

"One of the best parts about teaching is having the opportunity to make the ordinary seem extraordinary."

As an early childhood teacher I have the pleasure of learning from and with ‘little people’ with big imaginations. One of the best parts about teaching is having the opportunity to make the ordinary seem extraordinary. The students’ energy and eagerness to learn inspires me to introduce¬†them to many new things.

Relationships are at the core of my teaching. It is wonderful to be a part of the Annesley community where children, families and staff collaborate to support and nurture the development of our curious young learners.

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