Trish Miller is the new principal at Tatura's Sacred Heart SchoolJanuary 29, 2013 11:45am
Former deputy principal at Sacred Heart Primary School Yarrawonga, Trish Miller, has taken over from Jenni Hindson as new principal at Sacred Heart School Tatura.
Ms Miller, who spent several days at the school last year familiarising herself with its running, said she was looking forward to the new challenge.
Ms Miller, who has moved to Tatura with husband Bryan and son Matt, has been involved in the Catholic education system for 20 years and prior to her time at Yarrawonga worked in Victoria and South Australia.
She has a musical background and a Masters Degree in Special Education, with a strong emphasis on literacy and data analysis.
‘‘I am really looking forward to the role and getting involved in the school, parish and Tatura community,’’ she said.
‘‘Everyone has been welcoming and we (the family) are looking forward to our time in Tatura and the start of the new school year this week. Grades 1 to 6 will resume tomorrow, with the Preps starting school for the first time on Thursday.’’
Ms Miller was full of praise for the former principal. ‘‘Jenni did a wonderful job at the school and has been a great support to me,’’ she added.
Sacred Heart is a Catholic Parish primary school in the diocese of Sandhurst. It is run by Sacred Heart Parish, Tatura which is in the care of Fr Michael Morley and is supported by the Catholic Education Office Sandhurst.
The school’s curriculum is inclusive of students with special needs and nurtures individual students’ potential.
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