Mr Danny Roberts
Year 1A Classroom Teacher & Team Leader
Our old pal Mr Roberts is famous for his fast-paced, ziptastic movement through the corridors of Melton Primary School. Mr Roberts has been a teacher at Melton Primary School now for six and a half fantastic years and wouldn’t trade being at this school for anything. He’s a big-time fan of ‘The Simpsons’, and skimming through a good book. Mr Roberts loves to cook and eat delicious foods. He enjoys soccer, football and is a major fan of the Geelong Cats and Melbourne City. He loves to visit new places and hopes, one day, to have a trip around the world. He really likes animals and enjoys a wide range of music. He always keeps active and enjoys jogging. Mr Roberts looks forward to many years of working with our wonderful students, fabulous parents and families and terrific teachers.
Mrs Serrena Walters
Year 1B Classroom Teacher
Mrs. Walters is an extraordinary classroom teacher both bubbly and brilliant. From pluckin the guitar strings to pulling shapes on the dance floor, Mrs. Walters’ flair for the fantastic is surpassed only by her infectious grin. Spending time with her boys in a galaxy far, far away, rumour has it Mrs. Walters’ maiden name is Skywalker. The force is strong with this one.
Mrs Tracy Brewis
Year 1C Classroom Teacher
Mrs Brewis is one of Melton Primary Schools newest recruits! With spunk and style, you can spot this gorgeous gal decked out in fun and playful outfits. A true blue through and through, Mrs Brewis is a self-confessed tragic Carlton supporter. Sweeping up a storm to classic 80’s hits while giving the house a scrub, Mrs Brewis is usually prancin’ and dancin’ round the house in her jazz-tastic leg warmers.
Mrs Jaynay Oates
Year 1D Classroom Teacher
The grade 1’s quirky cutey, Mrs. Jaynay Oates is a real-life powerpuff girl with the crazy hair to match. When she’s not having a giggle in the classroom you’ll find her getting green thumbs in her garden or baking away the day in the kitchen. An adventurer at heart, Ms. Miller loves traversing around Victoria’s forests, waterfalls and parks. Dora the explorer ain’t got nothing on Mrs. Oates.