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Mid West schools and education staff vie for State awards

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Barbara Dalgety with Bluff Point Primary School Year 1 student Deanisha Clinch. Ms Dalgety is a finalist for WA Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer of the Year.
Camera IconBarbara Dalgety with Bluff Point Primary School Year 1 student Deanisha Clinch. Ms Dalgety is a finalist for WA Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer of the Year. Credit: Bluff Point Primary School

There is a handful of Mid West schools and staff to watch in November when the Department of Education 2018 WA Education Award winners will be announced.

Bluff Point Primary School’s Barbara Dalgety is a finalist for the WA Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer of the Year.

Allendale Primary School is a contender for WA Primary School of the Year and teacher Stephanie Briggs-Killick will be vying for WA Premier’s Primary Teacher of the Year.

Wiluna Remote Community School is a finalist for the WA Premier’s Excellence in Aboriginal Education Award and the school’s Mac Jensen is in the running for WA School Services Staff Member of the Year.

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Mid West education staff are no strangers to the Education Department awards. Last year, Allendale Primary School principal Lisa Criddle was announced as the WA Primary Principal of the Year.

Wiluna Remote Primary School principal Adriano Truscott was also named a finalist for that award.

Allendale Primary’s Katisha Barrett was a 2017 finalist for the WA Beginning Teacher of the Year and Wiluna Primary was a contender for the 2017 WA Premier’s Excellence in Aboriginal Education Award.

The 2018 award winners will be announced on November 26.

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