Harden Murrumburrah Public School has welcomed three new staff, Teagan King, Allison Guy and Bron Davies.
The three join the staff with experience in teaching and administrative positions across Australia working with students from a variety of backgrounds.
Allison Guy, who will be working as part of the learning support team this year said she is very excited to join the staff and work with the students.
"Over the past three years I have thoroughly enjoyed working in small schools in both temporary and casual capacities," Allison said.
Prior to moving to Harden Allison worked full time teaching in outback communities in NSW and South Australia across all year levels in a variety of roles.
"I am looking forward to fantastic learning experiences and activities in 2020," she said.
Teagan King, who joins the staff as part of the MPS team, has previously taught in Queensland as a teacher and Educational Director of an early years centre.
She has also held positions on the central coast and at Binalong.
"As a 3-6 teacher at Binalong Public School I was able to build my leadership capacity by stepping into the role as Relieving Principal when the opportunity arose," Teagan said.
"During this time I completed a Masters of Education in Leadership and Management and completed by accreditation to become a 'Proficient' teacher in the Department of Education.
"In 2018 I returned home to the central coast and procured a position as a teacher librarian.
"Part of this position was leading teachers within the school to develop and implement technology based practices into their current teaching and learning programs.
"With all this prior experience in leadership and teaching across Kindergarten to Year 6 I was successful in procuring the assistant principal of technology and Year 5/6 position at Murrumburrah Public School.
"This is an extremely exciting time as I get to know the amazing students, teachers and non-teaching staff and the community of this beautiful school," Teagan said.
The third addition to the staff, Bron Davies, said she loves working as a primary school teacher.
Her experience spans 20 years with the Department of Education.
"Some of the past roles I have worked in are as an assistant principal in Sydney and as literacy consultant in Bourke ad Broke Hill," Bron said.
"I am an Aboriginal woman of the Wiradjuri Nation," she added.
Bron travels from Yass at the moment but plans to make Harden her home later this year.
"I look forward to meeting you in the community," she said.