// Sharne Clayton - Dean of Junior School
Dean of Junior School

Sharne Clayton

St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls

About Sharne Clayton

Sharne is a dedicated and passionate member of staff, joining the team in 2014 as a primary years teacher.  She has since held positions spanning Junior Kindergarten to Year 12 including Head of Community Service, teacher of early years literacy enrichment, and Acting Head of Years 7, 10 and 11. She has been actively involved in many aspects of the school and sat on the Uniform Committee, attended P&F meetings and was involved in the development of the Belonging program. Sharne has firsthand experience in the Year 9 Wandering Spirit program and Year 10 Wooleen Expedition and designed and implemented a suite of service immersions in rural Western Australia. In her role as Head of Community Service she developed and curated education programs that were and continue to be relevant and meaningful to the whole school community through partnering with providers who enhance learning in developmentally appropriate ways, built standing community engagement programs and launched the ‘Helping Hands’ Newsletter.

Sharne has a Bachelor of Education and Graduate Certificate in Early Childhood Education. She is an Old Scholar and former parent of the school.  Sharne drives connection amongst all stakeholders leading from strong interpersonal skills. She is passionate about all aspects of a St Hilda’s education and the wellbeing of our girls and staff.