About our Team
Miss B is the owner and principal educator of Miss B's Student Services. She has a wealth of experience and qualification and a passion for building confident and engaged learners that can also develop into empathetic and contributing members of the community. Miss B predominately teachers piano, vocal, choir and drama performance but is also qualified and teachers maths and literacy. Miss B puts her all into everything that she does, showing dedication and leading by example for the children and adults alike that are involved in Miss B’s Student Services. Miss B strives to make all of her students feel like they have a family in Miss B’s Student Services
My aim is to ensure all students can have access to our service and be given the opportunity to thrive. Every student has something to offer, to share and be proud of.
Mr A is Miss B's Student Services business manager. Mr A is the facilitator of our client timetable and accounts management. He works with families to ensure they are happy and comfortable with their experience with Miss B's Student Services. Mr A actively promotes Miss B's Student Services high quality services and educators by engaging in discussions with our loyal and friendly customer network. Mr A thinks it is great to be part of such a great team at such an exciting time where the company is increasingly expanding.
I look forward to working with your family to ensure your expectations of our service are met.
Miss Satine is our delightful receptionist greeting families with a friendly smile as they attend our centre. Miss Satine assists with appointments and payments, and has an acute attention to detail. Satine actively engages with families and takes a genuine interest in the lives and diversity of our clients. Miss Satine works within our centre on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
I can't wait to meet and get to know your family as a part of our Miss B's Student Services Family.
Miss Lea is a mum of three teenagers, whilst she is also currently studying a Bachelor of Education full time at the University of Tasmania. Miss Lea has also 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. Miss Lea works within our centre as a vocal and piano tutor and also as an academics educator.
As teaching is my true passion - I enjoy working with different students to help them prepare for successful futures.
Mr T has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English and Philosophy and an honours degree in creative writing from the University of Tasmania and is one of our fantastic academic educators. Alongside his work at the University of Tasmania, he also have a Certificate of Music Teaching which he acquired through the St Cecilia School of Music up to licentiate level. As a result, Mr T is also a wonderful piano tutor and can assist students preparing for examinations and performances. Mr T has 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.
Miss Mel is currently studying a Bachelor of Primary Education full time at the University of Tasmania, with the hope to teach upper primary years. Her passions lie in English, History and Mathematics and she is capable of tutoring mathematics to an engineering level. In case it isn't clear; Miss Mel loves maths. She hopes to transfer some of this enthusiasm to her students to develop their confidence and spark an ever-growing interest in learning. Her 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.
Jan or Mr G has two passions in his life, teaching students, and acting on the stage. Mr G has even been onstage in the same show as Miss B! Mr G has a strong passion for teaching, and supporting and working with students of all ages who have a wide range of needs. He holds two graduate degrees in Drama and Education, as well as a post-graduate degree in working with students who have difficulty understanding English. He also loves movies and TV, playing his guitar, as well as travelling, and his favourite holiday destination is Hawaii!
My passions in life is to help children gain the understanding and resources they need
Miss Aarthi Parthiban is currently studying Year 11 at Launceston College taking a wide range of subjects. She previously studied the piano and loves music as well as the academics. Aarthi enjoys sport, being artistic, reading and baking. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She tries to be enthusiastic and encouraging towards everyone around her and can't wait to meet her students.
I want encourage my students to be lifelong learners and achieve their goals and aspirations in life.
Dr John holds four science degrees including a Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. He's kind of handy at trivia nights, too. John has decades of experience helping students across a range of subjects. He's also an accomplished musician, having started on piano before the Highland Bagpipes and Irish Tin Whistle became his principle instruments.His music CV is a match for his academic qualifications, having performed with John Farnham, Andre Rieu and at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. A personal highlight was performing solo in a private performance in Scotland for Queen Elizabeth II. John is also a qualified Personal Trainer with a passion for walking fitness and mountaineering. He has guided children's walking groups in remote areas (and, importantly, back out again!) and developed exercise programs for children with a wide range of physical and intellectual capability.
I am passionate about helping students to 'learn how they learn'.
Miss Amanda is in her final year of a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Tasmania. She is majoring in studio practices with a reverse major in critical practices, and thus spends much of her time developing and refining her ‘making’ skills, researching, producing full bodies of work and learning how to be a well-rounded artist in the real world.
Whether it be maths, English or home economics; outside-the-box thinking is beneficial to all classes across the curriculum. Because of this, she truly believes in the importance of fostering creativity within students and encouraging their passions and individuality.
Students have the opportunity to learn if it is individual, creative and fun!