Hi, my name is Stephen Bevan and I am Principal at Madeley Primary School in Perth, Western Australia. Research shows that open and clear communication between home and school is important which is why I have created this blog. As Principal of Madeley Primary School I value your opinions and encourage your comments. Feel free to comment on any of the posts. Comments are moderated prior to going live on the blog.

I will endeavour to provide you with regular and informative posts about our school and its activities. I ask that your comments be constructive and positive with any concerns or complaints directed to me personally at school.

Madeley Primary School prides itself on the positive, open and friendly culture that has been established. Our core values of Curriculum, Community and Care are guiding principles that shape our school.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

The Importance of Pre-service Professional Practice

The staff at Madeley Primary School believe that it is essential for us to provide student teachers with an opportunity to learn and practice the art of teaching through school placements. For this reason we again have many pre-service teachers working across our school in 2016. These teachers work under the close supervision of their mentor (classroom) teachers. Through their teaching practice they learn new skills and knowledge which they will need when they graduate into our schooling system. They also bring the latest knowledge from university and a great deal of excitement and energy to our classrooms.

Ms Dunbar (Level 3 teacher) coordinates and manages the Pre-service Teacher Program at Madeley and we thank her for her work in this area.

This year we have students completing their Professional Practice in the following courses
  • Bachelor of Education: 4th yr Assistant Teacher Program 

  • Graduate Diploma of Education: 1st Professional Practice

  •  Bachelor of Education: 1st Professional Practice (Orientation)

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