Sarah Polson-Brown

Sarah graduated with honours in Primary and Early Childhood Education from Murdoch University in 2012. Whilst working as a Co-Educator at Bold Park Community School during her studies, she thrived having found like-minded educators with a passion for innovative teaching and learning. Sarah’s work has been acknowledged with publications for AISWA and awards including The Vice Chancellors Commendation For Academic Excellence at Murdoch University.

Over the past 10 years she has taught in the early years, from the youngest members of BPCS in Playgroup through to year 2. With two short periods on maternity leave over the past few years, she has also had the opportunity to work in a relief capacity with students throughout middle and upper primary.

Sarah considers herself to be a motivated and innovative individual who has a commitment to engaging and inspiring students into the 21st century of education. She has developed a holistic approach to education which considers the whole child. She believes that children can only truly excel to achieve their personal best, when surrounded by adults who enable their learning and capacity for trust, competence and independence.

Current and innovative research in the field of education is constantly evolving, as is her personal and professional knowledge and experience. Sarah welcomes a teaching career that invites her to always ask the question’; “how can I best support my students in their development to be healthy, happy and active contributors in an ever-evolving society?


“...no learner can afford to be dependent on the teacher for everything that needs to be noticed, so teachers have to teach children to look for possibilities.”

Peter Johnston

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