Support for Learning
My name is Sandra Coyne and I am the Support for Learning Coordinator in the Junior School. I have had a long association with St Andrew’s College through my own three children’s education in the Junior and Senior School. This is my nineteenth year teaching here and I have had the joy of assisting many children on their journey through the Junior School. As a reflective and enthusiastic teacher, I am dedicated to enabling young minds to develop and achieve.
In my class I strive to improve a child’s belief in his/her own ability, through energetic and fun teaching of a subject with which they may be struggling . Good education is, in my belief, the single most important thing we can impart to the younger generation. Learning through activities and gaining positive experiences are what I believe to be most effective for the children I teach.
I strive and work towards making each child’s journey through St Andrew’s Junior School a positive and rewarding one.
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My name is Stephanie Morley and I am a Support for Learning teacher at St Andrew’s College Junior School. This is my first year teaching at this wonderful school and I am really looking forward to what’s ahead.
I am trained in, and have much experience with, the Montessori Method of Education. Within my studies, I focused on the education, development and psychology of children from birth to 12 years old.
I am a dedicated and compassionate teacher, who has a great passion for working with students who may be experiencing obstacles in their learning. I view children at the centre of education and I aim to help them enjoy their important and exciting learning journeys.
Each child is an individual with various likes, dislikes, abilities and learning styles. In my class, I strive to help children recognise their various strengths.
It is a burning ambition of mine to help each child build confidence, self-belief, to recognise their strengths and to guide them towards their full potentials.