Community and Support
Community and Support
- About St Lucy’s
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- Why St Lucy’s
- Community and Support
Kerrie has been part of the St Lucy’s community since 2014 and was appointed as Enrolments Manager in 2022. She has lived experience with a child who attended the school for 7 years. Kerrie has been an active volunteer in the reading and maths program for many years as well as President of the P&F. Prior to St Lucy’s, Kerrie’s career included recruitment, facilities management and administration roles.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Education (Humanities), Certificate in Religious Education, Diploma in Theology, MA, and a Master’s in Educational leadership. She is currently completing the Arete Foundations of Missionary Leadership course.
She has over 20 years of experience in teaching all senior levels of English and Religious Education and has been afforded a range of leadership opportunities in the areas of faith, curriculum, and mission.
Elizabeth is passionate about student advocacy and empowerment, and loves creating inclusive sacred spaces, where all feel welcome.
‘What I love about St Lucy’s is that every day, I can see the values of joy, community, courage, and truth in action. The culture is intrinsically inclusive, and the values are tangible. I am in awe of the way staff work together to create a truly positive learning atmosphere, which focuses primarily on students’ strengths and abilities. I feel truly blessed and privileged to work in a school which prioritises individual progress and has such strong ties with the community.’
Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Social work and is working towards a Masters in Early Childhood and Primary Teaching. He has been at St Lucy’s since July 2019 as the school saw a need to have a specialised support person to assist parents to obtain the support services that they need, including expertise with the NDIS.
Lauren joined the St Lucy’s team in July 2022. She has experience supporting children and teenagers in range of areas/develop a range of skills including using language, understanding language, using a range augmentative or alternative communication (AAC) such as Proloquo2Go, LAMP Words for Life or PECS, reading, writing and using a range of social skills. She has a particular interest in supporting complex communicators and supporting AAC users, and also completed an honours project in this area. This project was titled “Valuing relationships: The impact of a sensory program on the interactions of adolescents with sever-to-profound intellectual disabilities” which was published in the Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. As a part of this research, Lauren also helped develop the therapy program “SensEngage”. Lauren believes that everyone can communicate and is passionate about helping students get their message across to others.
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