Col­lege’s Curtin win­ner

Pinjarra Murray Times - - THE SCHOOL REPORT -

MAN­DURAH Bap­tist Col­lege teacher Erin Woodage was recog­nised twice at the Curtin Uni­ver­sity School of Ed­u­ca­tion 2018 Awards Night.

Ms Woodage was the re­cip­i­ent of the Teach­ers Mu­tual Bank ex­cel­lence in re­search award, pre­sented to a grad­u­ate with a high re­sult in their un­der­grad­u­ate core re­search unit.

She was also pre­sented with the Pri­mary English Teach­ing As­so­ci­a­tion Aus­tralia award for ex­cel­lence, ac­knowl­edg­ing her out­stand­ing abil­ity in aca­demic stud­ies and teach­ing prac­tice in a pre-ser­vice pri­mary teach­ing course.

She com­pleted a Bach­e­lor of Ed­u­ca­tion in Pri­mary Ed­u­ca­tion at Curtin Uni­ver­sity and is cur­rently a Year 6 teacher.

Curtin Uni­ver­sity School of Ed­u­ca­tion act­ing head Karen Mur­cia said the an­nual award cer­e­mony show­cased the out­stand­ing achieve­ments of re­cent pas­sion­ate and ded­i­cated grad­u­ates.

“We set high ex­pec­ta­tions for our Curtin School of Ed­u­ca­tion stu­dents and these award win­ning grad­u­ates have risen to the call for ed­u­ca­tional ex­cel­lence. We are all very proud of our stu­dents and of what they have achieved,” Dr Mur­cia said.

“They are in­spi­ra­tional in­di­vid­u­als who will en­sure qual­ity out­comes by work­ing to make a dif­fer­ence in ed­u­ca­tion.”

Erin Woodage (right) with Curtin Uni­ver­sity vice-chan­cel­lor Pro­fes­sor Deb­o­rah Terry.

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