Vicki Hagney

B.Ed. (Special Education), Dip T. (Early Childhood Education)

Vicki has worked as a Director of a long day care centre for 10 years, a Child Development Officer, and Early Childhood Intervention Teacher, a Support Teacher for both primary and secondary schools and an Education Officer-Additional needs.
She has worked in higher aboriginal education at CSU and taught a child care course at Bathurst Community College and worked as a mentor for beginning teachers at CSU. She has been a guest speaker at various Special Education conferences in NSW and regularly speaks at the new parents group for Community Health in Bathurst, about Child Development and Play.

Vicki has played several musical instruments in an orchestra including oboe and piano and one experience on percussion. She has been trained in basic Kodaly music and have performed in a Bathurst Choral Ensemble trained in this method.

Vicki's passion is the ‘joy of children’. Playing, interacting, listening and being involved in their lust for life. To this end she has been lucky to have a long career involving doing what she loves, thinking of creative, fun ways to teach. She believes music is integral to all learning and that it is never too early to begin to experience its unique wonderful vibe to life.


We pay our respect to all First Nations elders both past and present from the lands where Mitchell Conservatorium students reside. In particular, we acknowledge the Wiradyuri and Dharug peoples of Australia, who are the traditional custodians of the land where Mitchell Conservatorium campuses are located.

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