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I have been teaching for 25 years and have been at Broadmeadows Primary for 15 years.  I am the ‘baby’ of my family and my two sisters and brother are also teachers. I love going shopping on the weekends and walking out of the shops with lots of bags in my hand.  My favourite shopping item are shoes.  Who doesn’t like shoes! Red shoes, black shoes, shiny shoes, floral shoes, high heel shoes, flat shoes, peep toe shoes, sling back shoes, snake skin shoes….the list goes on and on.  I also like going out for dinner with my friends and going to concerts and the theatre.  I have travelled around Australia, America, Canada, Asia, Russia, England, France and New Zealand and I’m looking forward to going to Scandinavia in June.

Connie Cerra

 

My name is Anne Giulieri. I have been at Broadmeadows Primary School for a very long time. In fact, it’s been 21 years! I feel passionate about helping children develop their Learning Behaviours.  Learning Behaviours are all the ways of thinking and acting at home and at school that can help our learning.  It is wonderful to see the children at Broadmeadows Primary School develop these skills.

Anne Giulieri  

 

Broadmeadows PS is such a great school and I feel so lucky to be part of this learning community! I primarily work with the Foundation and Grade 1/2 teams to improve our students’ learning. Seeing our students flourish in their social, emotional and academic development is truly amazing!

Sandra Hurst

 

I have been teaching for a very long time in schools across Melbourne.  I joined the Broadmeadows PS community in Term 4, 2016 and love being the Principal of a vibrant, hard working and engaging staff. When I’m not at school, I enjoy spending time with my grandchildren and taking my dog to the river where she can swim and play with other Labradors. I am an ardent Bulldogs supporter and try to attend as many games as possible through the season. I am still celebrating the success of our 2016 premiership win and have the premiership poster hanging in my office.

Leanne Lewis