Libby Sutton | Regional Manager
Polly Farmer Foundation

Libby Sutton, Regional Manager, Polly Farmer Foundation

Libby Sutton is a passionate and enthusiastic teacher who has been working in education for over a decade. She has worked in a diverse range of educational settings including K-6 classroom teaching, Sports Coordinator, Engagement Program Coordinator and afterschool Polly Farmer Learning Club Coordinator. Most recently, her role has been the East Pilbara Regional Manager for the Polly Farmer Foundation, coordinating the Newman and Hedland Primary Programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Libby has worked across schools in both rural and regional areas gaining experience working with students with diverse backgrounds. Working with the Polly Farmer Foundation and their students has been a career highlight. Libby loves the opportunity to lead and work alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, Tutors and other Primary Program Coordinators. Her role helps to develop the student’s Literacy, Numeracy and STEM skills through the use of Digital Technology, in an afterschool setting.


Day 2 @ 10:30

The successful use of STEM and digital technology for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

  • Understanding of the PFF STEM Centre Initiative including evidence based research.
  • Overview of the Program Structure including the PFF 5 Pillars.
  • Video/Photo Presentation of the effective use of STEM and digital technology resources in action.
  • The importance of cultural perspectives including links with family, industry and community partnerships.
  • Examples of successful stories of our PFF students and Alumni.
last published: 24/May/24 07:25 GMT

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