Masters of Educational Studies (Leadership), Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood), Bachelor of Applied Science (Ecology)
Amy Woodgate is an experienced and committed educator with a strong background in Early Years and Primary education. From teaching in the classroom, to leading and managing academic programs, Amy has spent the last 16 years creating high quality learning environments focused on developing the ‘whole’ child.
As Head of Junior and Middle Schools at SCOTS PGC, her role encompasses the College’s youngest students in Prep right through to those in Year 8, which flags the transition to Senior School.
For Amy, working closely with staff, students and families is the most rewarding part of her role and she’s passionate about helping young people to thrive in their learning.
Whether it’s building a strong foundation in the Early Years, or providing students with the confidence to investigate, question and collaborate as they grow and develop, Amy draws on her diverse experience and a range of age-appropriate strategies to support students as they journey through their education.
Prior to joining the College in 2019, Amy was the Assistant Head of Junior School (Teaching and Learning) at Somerville House for five years. She also spent eight years at Brisbane Boys’ College as a classroom teacher, year level coordinator and in acting leadership roles and before that was a classroom teacher at Moreton Bay Boys’ College during its foundational years.