Rhiannon McGee is the Head of Positive Education at Geelong Grammar School, leading the School’s wellbeing program across four campuses. She also leads the Faculty of Movement, Wellbeing and Behavioural Sciences, incorporating Positive Education, Psychology and Health and Physical Education. In the past ten years, Rhiannon has held a range of leadership roles in the area of student wellbeing, most recently as the Director of Wellbeing and Positive Education at Loreto Mandeville Hall, Toorak. In this position, Rhiannon oversaw the development and implementation of a whole-school approach to Positive Education. She is passionate about the promotion of community wellbeing and furthering the field of positive education. This has led her to complete the Masters of Education (Student Wellbeing), the Professional Certificate in Positive Education and the Masters of Applied Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne. Rhiannon is also an English teacher with an interest in the contemplative traditions, the arts, music and travel.
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