About our Educators
Miss Kelly has been an educator at Miss B's Student Services for 5 years. She has a Bachelor of Education from UTas. Her major studies have been literacy and numeracy, as she believes reading, writing, grammar and spelling are essential to a well rounded education. She takes pride in her abilities in this area and is committed to furthering and contributing to the education of students. Miss Kelly delights students with her fun and energetic approach to learning tasks. She is a great tutor and gets very involved in our hands on lessons.
This year, Miss Kelly is undertaking the Vice Chancellor’s Leadership Award, as part of her plan to be an active and supportive member of the community.
Miss Claire is a mum first and foremost to a four year old son, Reilly. She is also currently studying a Bachelor of Education full time at the University of Tasmania and hopes to teach upper primary aged students. She is particularly interested in improving Tasmania’s literacy and numeracy levels. Her hobbies include baking, craft and refurbishing furniture.
I look forward to working with your children and helping them to reach their full potential.
Miss Sarah loves working with children and helping them learn, which is why she decided to study primary education at the Universtiy of Tasmania. She has had 4 years tutoring experience and has worked as a teacher aide and Sunday School teacher.
Miss Sarah enjoys anything in the great outdoors, reading, crafts, volunteering at Riverbend Youth Centre and spending time with her family.
My passions in life is to help children gain the understanding and resources they need to be lifelong learners and achieve their goals and aspirations in life.
Miss Lea is a mum of three teenagers. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Education full time at the university of Tasmania. She has worked as a musician and web designer but is now focusing on teaching, which is her true passion. She enjoys reading, camping and singing jazz.
As teaching is my true passion - I enjoy working with different students to help them prepare for successful futures.
Recently, I’ve completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English and Philosophy and an honours degree in creative writing. Alongside my work at university, I also have a certificate of music teaching which I acquired through the St Cecilia School of Music. Whilst I am new to education, I have discovered a great interest in helping children with their learning.
I hope to inspire my students with the idea that they can master anything they put their minds to and that even challenges can be lots of fun.
I am currently studying a Bachelor of Primary Education full time, with the hope to teach upper primary years. My passion is for English, History and Mathematics, I have taken my mathematics study to an engineering level. I hope to transfer some of this enthusiasm to my students to develop their confidence and spark an ever-growing interest in learning. My interests include music, art and craft, furniture building, swimming, creative writing and reading.
I believe in equal opportunity and support being available for all students no matter their specific needs.