Mrs Fiona Wright,
Director of Student Development (Years 10 -12)
BA, Dip Ed, Grad Cert Divinity, Professional Certificate in Education (Positive Education)
Fiona joined the Penrith Anglican College team in 1999 teaching History, English, Geography and Drama. During her time at the College, Fiona has been Head of History, Wellbeing Events, Tabitha Program Coordinator and Head of House for Ridley. In recent years, she has taught Psychology and Theory of Knowledge in the International Baccalaureate Program as well as Positive Education to Years 5-8. Fiona has oversight of the Student development programs in Years 10-12 with a particular focus on Careers, the College camp program called 'Challenge, Explore, Prepare (CEP) and the our Tabitha program.
Fiona is grateful for the opportunity to work in an environment where Jesus is central. She is passionate about equipping students to thrive in an ever-changing world, for service learning and ensuring that students at the College feel that they belong, are known and valued.
Fiona has been involved in a range of College trips, most recently being privileged to lead the Cootamundra Dusty Boots Service Trip which over the last 5 years has developed close relationships with the community.
Along with her husband Jon and their children Alex, Sam, Josh and Charlotte, Fiona worships at her local Presbyterian Church.