Rose can’t wait for first class experience

Ranfurly Primary School principal Dennis Mitchell, fourth year teaching student Katelin Kemp,  La Trobe University Mildura head of campus Dr Deb Neal and Ranfurly Primary School learning specialist Mat McLeod,  who will be Katelin’s mentor. Picture: Louise Barker

Ranfurly Primary School principal Dennis Mitchell, fourth year teaching student Katelin Kemp, La Trobe University Mildura head of campus Dr Deb Neal and Ranfurly Primary School learning specialist Mat McLeod, who will be Katelin’s mentor. Picture: Louise Barker

Excitement is running high for graduate teacher Shanae Rose, who will teach her first class of students next year.

The primary school teacher, who just completed her four-year Bachelor of Education at La Trobe University Mildura, is about to swap her student seat for a teacher’s one.

She was offered a position at Irymple South Primary School to teach Grade 5 and 6 students before she submitted her last assignment in October.

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