Gabby Pratt - Junior Learning Community

Bachelor of Teaching and a Bachelor of Arts


Qualifications / Professional Interests and Expertise

My name is Gabby Pratt and I have been teaching at Christ the King for the past 14 years. I am a past student and both my nieces also attended Christ the King.


Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked for the Commonwealth Bank in a number of roles before my last position, as a Team Manager, was made redundant. This presented an opportunity for me to achieve my dream of becoming a teacher. I have a Bachelor of Teaching and a Bachelor of Arts, with a major in History from Deakin University.


Throughout my time at Christ the King I have taught in the Junior Learning Community and Middle Learning Community and have been a Maths Leader. I was involved in implementing School Wide Positive Behaviours and was part of the first Family School Partnership team. I was also part of the Change 2 team. This team worked on establishing processes which were designed to empower all staff to take responsibility for their own ongoing professional learning.


Recent Professional Development:

 First Aid and CPR training
  • Anaphylaxis Briefing “Understanding and Supporting Children with anxiety” presented by Jules Haddock

  • “Autism Spectrum Disorder Workshop” presented by Kevin Hanasyk

  • “Talking Education Workshop” presented by Downs Syndrome Victoria


What drives me to be the best teacher at Christ the King

I am very fortunate to be a teacher at Christ the King, where all staff work together to provide the children with diverse learning opportunities. I want all children to be successful and to love learning. I provide a learning environment where they feel safe, where there are high expectations and they are encouraged to take risks. I bring consistency, diligence and warmth to my job in the hope that I will inspire and encourage these traits in the children as well.