Year 9 Yellow

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Hayley Milner

English
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My name is Hayley and I am looking forward to continuing to work with staff and students from around the world with such a diverse range of cultures. My passion is working with children and youth in the context of language, literature and drama. Following the completion of my Bachelor of Contemporary Theatre, I completed my PGCE in Secondary English and Drama. I have been teaching Drama and English for nine years and in this time held the positions of Drama Co-ordinator and Literacy Leader in the Creative Arts. I have recently completed a Master’s in Education in School Guidance Counselling. I aim to provide each child with a safe and supportive environment where they can feel comfortable to be themselves and develop social independence and collaboration. I encourage building resilience, courage and curiosity in learning whilst engaging students in a sympathetic, genuine and understanding manner. My personal teaching philosophy for everyday practices focuses on the key areas of self-discovery and individualism, considering the interactions children have with the social and cultural world and differentiating for multiple intelligences. I have a commitment to lifelong learning by continual updating of academic qualifications.

Homeroom Teacher Introduction

My name is Hayley and I am looking forward to continuing to work with staff and students from around the world with such a diverse range of cultures.

My passion is working with children and youth in the context of language, literature and drama. Following the completion of my Bachelor of Contemporary Theatre, I completed my PGCE in Secondary English and Drama. I have been teaching Drama and English for nine years and in this time held the positions of Drama Co-ordinator and Literacy Leader in the Creative Arts.

I have recently completed a Master’s in Education in School Guidance Counselling. I aim to provide each child with a safe and supportive environment where they can feel comfortable to be themselves and develop social independence and collaboration. I encourage building resilience, courage and curiosity in learning whilst engaging students in a sympathetic, genuine and understanding manner.

My personal teaching philosophy for everyday practices focuses on the key areas of self-discovery and individualism, considering the interactions children have with the social and cultural world and differentiating for multiple intelligences. I have a commitment to lifelong learning by continual updating of academic qualifications.

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