Our Staff

Miss Bosman has been teaching for 5 years and is passionate and highly skilled in the area of performing arts. She brings a wealth of musical knowledge and talent, having coordinated and directed school choral concerts and performances in a number of different schools. Angie has taught in both NSW and WA and has spent 2017 working at Campbell Primary School as an early years teacher and music specialist. She has a genuine love of teaching and learning and will be an incredible asset to our small team.
Miss Graham may be known to some of you as she has spent the last six years as a part of the Piara Waters Primary School Early Childhood Team. She has a wealth of knowledge about teaching in the early years and has expertise in the development of early literacy skills. In recent years she has taken on many leadership opportunities at PWPS as a team leader and graduate mentor. Stephanie is passionate about developing strong relationships with the school and wider community and creating a classroom environment where every child is provided with opportunity to experience success.
Mrs Snowden is a highly experienced teacher who has worked in a range of contexts and schools across WA. She has extensive experience in leading the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and has previously held a Getting it Right in Literacy role which involved leading school-wide professional learning and development for other teachers. Mrs Snowden is an avid health and fitness teacher and netball coach. We have convinced Mrs Snowden to leave beautiful Broome North Primary to join us in our foundation year as she brings many years of expertise and experience in a diverse range of settings.
Mrs Gee joins us in her third year as a teacher, having had three children and a previous career. She has found her true calling as a teacher and believes in developing the abilities of the whole child across all developmental domains. Kellie joins us after teaching Kindergarten at both Huntingdale and Piara Waters Primary Schools and she looks forward to applying what she has learnt through those teaching experiences as a foundation member of Aspiri Primary School. Mrs Gee happens to be a Jiu-Jitsu enthusiast so she might be able to teach us all a little bit of self-defence at lunch time.
Miss Tanubrata has been specialising in the area of early childhood education since 2013 as an Ngala Early Childhood Educator and then a Pre-Primary teacher at Beckenham Primary School for the past three years. Her strengths lie in her understanding of child development from 0-6 years of age and ability to design learning experiences that are developmentally appropriate, build student confidence and inspire a love of learning. Miss Tanubrata has extensive experience in catering for the needs of students from diverse linguistic, cultural and religious backgrounds and integrating technology into her lessons. Oshiel loves immersing herself and learning about other cultures as well as coordinating musical productions.
Mrs Letton is joining our team from Falls Road Primary School. She has been teaching for four years with experience in Kindergarten, Pre-Primary and Year 1. Mrs Letton is passionate educator, who is committed to raising the profile of public schooling and forming strong relationships with staff, students, parents and the wider community. She enjoys working with parents as partners in their child’s education and having parent helpers in the classroom.

Mrs Letton enjoys learning about your child’s needs, setting short and long term goals for their development and then planning using the Australian Curriculum to help every child achieve their full potential.

Mrs Letton has also been leading the introduction of the digital technology curriculum at her current school and mentoring other teachers in the use of robots and coding in early childhood classrooms. She has been able to form a committee of other interested teachers to plan towards further implementation and a plan to fund more devices in the future.

My name is Marie McGlashan and I’m excited to have joined the Forrestdale South West Primary School team as Manager Corporate Services.

The challenge of establishing a new school is new and different for me but one I am very much looking forward to.  I have over 20 years of experience of either working in or supporting schools throughout the state with management tasks, particularly in the area of finance.  Most recently I was fortunate enough to spend 2 years supporting schools in the Kimberley region and my travels between schools allowed me to explore a very beautiful part of our vast state. Spending time with my family and friends, cooking and travelling are passions that keep me busy outside of work. I look forward to meeting you soon!

Hi my name is Kelly Platell.

I have been with the Department of Education for 11 years working at a number of different schools from Primary to High School in various roles.

I am very happy to have been appointed the position as School Officer for the new Forrestdale South West Primary School (planning name).

I love my work and being around children of all ages. I will bring to our New School my knowledge and understanding in Finance and Customer Service.

I look forward to meeting you all in 2018 and being part of this experience.

Hello everyone and welcome to the Facebook page for our new school, Forrestdale South West Primary School (planning name).

My name is Noel Morgan and I have been given the privilege of opening Forrestdale Southwest Primary school (planning name) as a new Independent Public School in 2018. I have been in education for 37 years and I have worked and led schools in a number of locations, city and country. My most recent role was as the Foundation Principal of Broome North Primary School.

I have a passion for and commitment to the quality education of all of my students and this is centred upon high expectations for myself, my staff, our students and our community. I expect students to work hard to achieve their very best all of the time; to demonstrate good behaviour; care and compassion for each other and good citizenship in our community. I expect parents and our community to support our school, our classrooms and our students and model excellent behaviour and attitudes towards education.

Sheri Evans has joined us at Forrestdale South West Primary School (planning name), taking on the Associate Principal role in early childhood.  Sheri has had   extensive experience in developing and leading early childhood programs in both WA and NSW at a school and state level, and also has experience setting up new school environments.

Sheri is passionate about children getting the best possible start at school and ensuring they have the skills to succeed as they progress through school and into later life.  She brings a wealth of knowledge about the early development of children and their literacy and numeracy skills.

Sheri has received an award for her outstanding contribution to education nationally as the recipient of the 2016 Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL) Fellowship.  In 2015 and 2016, she was also identified as a recipient of two awards by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) for her outstanding work in developing and training excellent teachers.

Sheri is excited to start meeting all the new students and parents that will be joining us in 2018 and is looking forward to getting the right team on board to welcome your children in their first years of school.