About Me


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Background

Born and educated on the Isle of Man, I have always been passionate about the Arts.  I started learning Piano and Violin at a young age and I soon realised that I wanted to pursue this as a career.  Music has the power to move people emotionally, connecting people, transcending any language or cultural differences.  

I have been teaching for 9 years now and gained classroom experience teaching ages from 3 to 18 across the UK and Western Australia.  I have been fortunate enough to travel and study internationally in America and Asia.

I moved from Perth to Melbourne this year and i’m currently working as a part time Junior Music Teacher at Oakleigh Grammar and Eltham College. My previous teaching roles include, the Acting Head of Arts at St Mark’s Anglican Community School, Junior School Music Teacher at PLC Perth and Hale School in Western Australia.  For further information please contact me to request a resume.

I’ve been involved with a number of creative projects over the years, please click PROJECTS to find out more.

I can also be found on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

 

Education

  • Masters in Education (Leadership) at Edith Cowan University

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary Music) at Liverpool Hope University

  • Bachelor Degree in Music at the University of Manchester

  • Kodaly Certificate Level 1 (Primary)

  • Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Grade 8 on Piano and Violin


Instruments

  • Piano

  • Violin

  • Baritone Horn

  • Beginner Guitar/Ukulele

  • Voice


Registered

  • Working With Children - 2429327

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching - 419521 (Full registration)