Danni Mattiazzo | Head of Curriculum and Assessment
Larrakeyah Primary School

Danni Mattiazzo, Head of Curriculum and Assessment, Larrakeyah Primary School

Danni Mattiazzo, senior teacher at Larrakeyah Primary School, has over 10 years of experience in the primary school system. During this time, she has worked across all year levels and developed extensive curriculum knowledge. Currently, she is the head of curriculum and assessment and STEAM coordinator, working with teachers to develop innovative programs that link to the Australian and Cambridge curricula. She provides numerous professional learning opportunities to her colleagues.     Danni has an open and inquiring mind and constantly looks at change as an opportunity to improve student outcomes. Visible Learning is the centre of her practice. As one of the school’s Visible Learning Coaches, she provides feedback to her colleagues to help upskill and embed practices in their own classrooms. She loves planning Whole School STEAM Days that engage the school community and inspire the future generation to use 21st-century skills, creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking.     In 2013, Danni was awarded Northern Territory Early Childhood Teacher of the Year for the Darwin region. In 2020, she was among 50 teachers to make the shortlist for the Cambridge University Press’ Dedicated Teacher Awards, selected from over 6,000 nominations across 97 countries. She was recognised as Northern Territory Leader in Education of the Year for the Darwin region in 2021. Danni was an excellence awardee finalist for Department Head at the Australian Education Awards in both 2022 and 2023. She was shortlisted at the 2022 CDU Alumni Awards for the category of Alumni Award for Industry Excellence. Danni is certified as an Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) Lead Teacher.


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The link between high achievement and student physical and emotional wellbeing

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  • Any school can run these innovative well-being programs that can improve student achievement.
last published: 04/Oct/23 02:06 GMT

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