Head of Sport Jillian Moore
I was 8 years old when I decided that I wanted to be a PE Teacher when I ‘grew up’. My greatest role model was my Year 6 Health and PE teacher Mr Wiesnieski who, along with my parents, recognised that I had a talent for athletics and encouraged me to pursue it further. I loved to run. Competitive athletics and a Physical Education degree paired nicely and now some thirty years later, I am living that childhood dream after graduating in 1998 with a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies. I have taught HPE and have held leadership positions in a range of places including Tasmania, Gippsland and the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Brisbane and now at St Hilda’s School on the Gold Coast. My proudest achievement in Sport was racing my childhood idol, Cathy Freeman, over 200m when I was 17 years of age. I am passionate about inspiring young women to achieve their full potential and to show them that you can have it all! A career, a family and still be hungry about being the best that you can be in the sporting arena.
Brad Moore graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1998, with a Bachelor of Human Movement, majoring in Health and Physical Education K-12. He began his teaching career in Victoria teaching in both State and Catholic Schools at three different schools, all in secondary education teaching Years 7-12.
In 2010 he relocated to the Gold Coast, Queensland, and commenced employment with St Hilda’s School covering the long service leave position as Director of Sport.
Brad concluded the year teaching HPE in Years 7-10. Brad has been in Junior School as a PE Teacher and Junior School/Andrews Cup Sport Coordinator since 2011.
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