Elevated Education's trainers have a combined classroom and school management experience spanning over 50 years with extensive experience across all sectors including Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Special Education.


We have worked extensively in the classroom and in advisory roles supporting and training teachers, education assistants and parents.

We have worked internationally in schools spanning different sectors and have extensive experience within both the public and private education systems within Australia.

Not only that, between us, we are parents to five georgous children with diagnosed special needs including  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Auditory Processing Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia, so we understand the perspectives of both the educator and the parent.


We are excited to share this knowledge with you and your educational community. Experience has shown us that deep and real learning is a direct result of high quality engaging teaching, and positive and respectful relationships and this underpins everything we do at Elevated Education.


We have carefully collated a range of professional learning opportunities for you, that allow you to further develop your skills please see our PD workshops page for more information.


We would be excited work with you to develop targeted training to meet the specific needs of your setting or school development plan, should you require this.


Rachael Wilkinson

Rachael has been a High School teacher for over twenty five years, training and working in schools in low socio-economic areas in the North of England, before emigrating to Australia, where she taught in both the public and private sector for eight years.  Having a subject specialism in Woodwork, Metalwork and Food, Rachael often was tasked with teaching many of the most challenging students, with a range of high needs, academically, socially and emotionally.  This experience has taught her some valuable skills in positively engaging students, managing challenging behaviour,, supporting students with educational needs and most importantly enabling each student to realise their own potential and achieve it.