Ms Juliana Hunt
Acting Religious Education Coordinator
Personal message: My faith has always been a driving force in my life. My main passion has been helping children in poor communities and in orphanages around the globe gain access to an education and to live freely in a happy and safe environment. My passion for my cause and my faith has lead me to many impoverished communities around the world such as Nepal, Cambodia and Vietnam. The journey of my faith has lead me to these places where I have been able to experience the lives of those who have been placed in circumstances beyond their control. It is through our actions that they see the light of Christ
so they feel and know they have not been forgotten. I have seen this light in action and it has been made evident to me that we really can come together to make a difference to the lives of all around the world. It is in the kindness of words and the simplest actions that we can really make a difference through the light of Christ.
Statement of areas of responsibility: The Religious Education coordinator shares responsibility for the development of the Catholic life of the school, leadership of its vision, mission and strategic priorities and contribution to the management of the school. As the Religious Education coordinator, she has the responsibility for the coordination and supervision of teaching and learning in Religious Education as well as liaising as part of the parish Sacramental team.
Professional experience: Juliana has been a teacher at All Hallows Catholic Primary School Five Dock since 2017.
Prior to this, Juliana was a teacher at TIGS (The Illawarra Grammar school) Wollongong, an
EALD Specialist teacher at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Primary school Haberfield and taught in
England for many years when she first graduated from University.
- Diploma of Religious Education (Australian Catholic University)
- Bachelor of Education (University of Sydney )
- Bachelor of Education (One Semester at Oxford University, England)
Professional interests: Enquiry based learning in the classroom allows students to learn
through exploration. This style of learning enhances the creative and imaginative spirit of
children as they learn and acquire new knowledge. This enquiry based learning method
allows students to learn at their own pace and extend themselves as they explore new ideas