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Brewongle Environmental Education Centre

Brewongle Environmental Education Centre

Explore, Experience, Discover

Telephone02 4579 1136

Emailbrewongle-e.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Brewongle staff

Get to know our school staff. We're all here to help.

Our professional, university-educated teachers encourage students to develop a love of learning and a desire to succeed. They maintain the highest integrity and concern for your child’s wellbeing.

The principal is responsible for the educational leadership and management of our school. If you would like to speak to the principal, please contact us to make an appointment.

Our school administrative staff can answer inquiries or direct you to the appropriate staff member for help.

Steven Body

Principal – B. Science; Postgrad. Dip. Env. Mgmt.; Dip. Ed.

Steve has a teaching background in Secondary Science, Biology and Chemistry.

Steve is a passionate advocate for the environment and although he particularly loves working with senior high school students, he has a very engaging way with younger students.

Carly Howden 

School Administration Manager – B. Marine Sci.

Carly came to Brewongle with over 10 years’ experience in corporate business administration and sales. She has exceptional people skills and with an environmental background, Carly is the perfect front-woman for Brewongle.

Full-time teacher

Kate Keary

Teacher – B. Marine Sci.; M. Env. Ed.; M. Teaching

Kate has a teaching background in Secondary Geography and Science, Biology and Physics.

Kate is an active member for the Australian Association for Environmental Education - AAEE, and is an education consultant for AUSMAP. She passionate about primary Geography, Science outdoor learning and nature play, and supporting primary teachers in these areas.

Part-time teachers

Sue Price 

Teacher – B. Landscape Arch.; Postgrad. Dip. Env. Ed; M. Teaching; M. Indig. Ed.

Sue has a teaching background in primary education.

Sue is a descendant of the Aboriginal people of the Yuin Nation and has a passion for educating about Country – where environment, culture and people connect.

Sue believes that responsibility to Country is carried by all Australians, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal and aims to share this understanding. Sue also teaches pre-service teachers at Western Sydney University.​

Robyn Peek

Teacher – Dip. Ed.; Dip. Family History

Robyn's teaching background is in primary education.

Robyn is an avid historian with a wealth of teaching experience and knowledge of the local history. With experience as a teacher librarian, Robyn has a strong literacy background.

Kate Fewtrell

Teacher – B. Education, Physical Education.

Kate's teaching background is in Primary education.

Kate is an experienced teacher across multiple education systems. She is exceptionally knowledgable about teaching and learning, with specialist training in Gifted and Talented, ESL and Aboriginal Education.

Casual teachers

Kristi Bryant

Teacher – M. Ed. , Contemporary Literacies.

Kristi's teaching background is in Outdoor Education and Geography.

Kristi is an enthusiastic and positive teacher with a perfect blend of literacy and outdoor teaching experience.

Katrina Prince

Teacher – B. Sc. Zoology and Genetics; Dip. Ed.

Katrina's teaching background is in primary education.

Katrina is a highly sought after primary teacher with a passion for environmental and Aboriginal education.

Pam Springer

Teacher – B. Education, Home Ec.; M. App Sci, Systems Agriculture.

Pam's teaching background is in secondary education - Science.

Pam is a highly experienced teacher and shares herself between Brewongle, Longneck Lagoon and local schools. With her ‘Mother Earth’ vibe and passion for exploring, she’s a beautifully engaging EEC teacher.

Animals

We have a number of resident animals that assist us with lessons when we're lucky.

Wendy the Wallaby

Often seen by students munching on the kangaroo grass around Brewongle. A regular in our camera trap footage. Wendy sometimes has a joey in her pouch and sometimes we see Wally too!