KILMORE Primary School Principal Kim Laffan has been named as a finalist in the Victorian Education Excellence Awards.
Celebrating exemplary school professionals, the Victorian Education Excellence Awards are the leading awards for school professionals working in Victoria.
For the past 15 years the Victorian Education Excellence Awards have celebrated exemplary government school education and innovation in Victoria.
Selected as a finalist in the Primary Principal Award category, Ms Laffan is being recognised for improving young lives and giving students the skills, courage and curiosity they need to be their best.
Since starting in her role at Kilmore Primary School in 2015, Ms Laffan has developed an overall vision for the school that sets high standards for students, staff, parents and the wider Kilmore community.
Ms Laffan works hard with the school’s leadership team to develop The Kilmore Way that has transformed teaching and learning throughout the primary school. She has also built a positive culture of support and collaboration between students, staff and the wider community.
Humbled by her nomination, Ms Laffan told the North Central Review that it was a privilege to be selected as a finalist.
“I honestly love the work I do and feel privileged to be in a position to make a significant impact on the learning environment of our children,” she said.