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Waitara Public School

Waitara Public School

Respect, Responsibility, Personal Best

Telephone02 9489 3105

Emailwaitara-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Our staff

Get to know our school staff. We're all here to help.

Our professional, university-educated teachers encourage students to develop a love of learning and a desire to succeed. They maintain the highest integrity and concern for your child’s wellbeing.

The principal is responsible for the educational leadership and management of our school. If you would like to speak to the principal, please contact us to make an appointment.

Our school administrative staff can answer inquiries or direct you to the appropriate staff member for help.

Principal - Mrs Coelho
Deputy Principal - Mrs Barrat
Relieving Deputy Principal - Miss Bedwell

EARLY STAGE ONE - Assistant Principals (Relieving) Miss Hampton & Miss Kermeen
KG - Miss Crowson
KL - Mrs Livy
KK- Miss Kermeen
KD- Miss Davis
KF - Miss Fua
KH - Miss Hampton
KE - Ms Gian
KC - Miss Cowdroy
KJ - Miss Hutton

Stage One Assistant Principals Mrs Lloyd and Ms Braybon (Relieving)
1L - Mr Lawson
1P - Miss Pammer
1C - Mrs Cresswell
1KB - Ms Braybon and Miss Krahe
1W - Miss Wallace
1O - Miss Orr
1/2G Ms Gunn
2L - Mrs Lloyd
2H - Mrs Hain
2C - Ms Cullen
2B - Mr Bruce
2M - Mrs McDonald
2S - Miss Lee

Stage 2 Assistant Principal Mrs Williams

3H - Mrs Howard
3F - Miss Flett
3R - Ms Rosas
3B - Ms Bradley
3W - Mrs Williams
4V - Mrs Argent
4W - Mr Walker
4N - Mr Levy
4A - Ms Archer
4P Ms Pearce

Stage 3 - Assistant Principal (Relieving) Miss Sherley

5B - Mr Bendeich
5CM - Mrs King & Mrs Monardo
5H - Mrs Harrison
5K - Ms Noble
5N (OC) - Mrs Naylor
5/6S - Ms Sherley
6F - Ms Dalziel
6G - Mr Giuffre
6L - Mrs Lee
6M (OC) - Ms McDonald 

To raise any concerns

For effective resolution of parent concerns, it is important to speak initially to the teacher who has the responsibility and knowledge of the area of concern.

Children

  • If you have a concern regarding your child/children you should see the class teacher first. An appointment may be made using the form provided on the website or available at the school office. You may choose to bring someone to support you. The class teacher may also request a support person.
  • If you are still dissatisfied with the outcome, approach the Assistant Principal or Deputy Principal. If you are still dissatisfied with the outcome, approach the Principal.
  • If you are still dissatisfied with the outcome, you must follow the Complaints Handling Policy. This is a document from the Department of Education and Communities and may be obtained from the Principal.

Parents

  • If you have a concern or issue regarding a school policy or procedure, approach the teacher co-ordinating that area. You may choose to bring someone to support you. The staff member may also request a support person.
  • If you are dissatisfied you must follow the Department's Complaints Handling Policy. 
  • Anonymous concerns or complaints breach both the Department of Education and Communities and the School's policies, so cannot be accepted.

An appointment may be made using the request teacher meeting form (pdf 9 KB).