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Renee Yonge

Renee has been working as a lead teacher in the Upper Primary classroom since 2017, having spent the previous two years interning and teaching in the 2/3 classroom. She initially came to BPCS as a parent in 2007, started volunteering in the classrooms and was inspired to complete her formal training to become a qualified teacher. Renee is passionate about the whole child and believes the social/emotional learning and support of our students to be of great importance in every classroom.

Renee has worked in all areas of BPCS as a relief intern prior to starting an internship in 2015 having just completed her Graduate Diploma of Education (Primary) at Murdoch University. Renee has a passion for learning and enjoys finding new approaches to topics to encourage her students to engage with and enjoy their time at school.

Renee is currently completing a Masters in Mental Health and Wellbeing in Adolescents and Children through UWA and SCU.

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“When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts.”

Dalai Lama

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