What we do
The South West English Teachers Association is a not for profit organisation established to:
Identify the needs of students and teachers of English .
Initiate and support any activities which meet the needs of students and teachers
Promote the professional development of teachers
Enhance the professional status of teachers
Promote professional networking of teachers
Hayley is an experienced Bunbury Senior High School English Teacher and Literacy Program Coordinator.
Professional Learning Coordinator
Hayley Wills is a Level 3 Secondary English Teacher who has taught in Perth and coordinated an English Teacher Development School program before moving to the South West. Passionate about the use of critical and creative thinking within the English curriculum, Hayley facilitates professional development in a range of contexts on all areas of the secondary English curriculum and in Philosophical Inquiry or P4C, as she is also a FAPSA Accredited Level 2 Philosophy Teacher Educator [Classroom Practice]. She is also a bit of a twit and can be followed on twitter @HayleyWillsWA
Bunbury Senior High School
As an English teacher with over 17 years of experience, Mark has taught in Agricultural Colleges, regional Western Australian Senior High Schools and in England. He has a Master of Education Specialising in School Leadership where he was awarded the Australian Council of Educational Leaders (WA Prize). Mark has been a HOLA for 12 years, and an active member of SWETA since 2006. Mark believes a strong South West English Teachers’ network is important for enhancing the professionalism and skills of English teachers and providing supports and engagement programs for students in the region.