Miss Carolina Rubio Lecannelier is a primary teacher with mention on Lenguaje, and has a master degree in Evaluation and Curriculum at Universidad del Desarrollo. It was 2003 when she joined The Grange Staff team as a Lenguaje y Comunicación teacher for the Middle School.
A year after that, she became Head of Department for the area (1º to 6º Básico). At that time, the objective of the Head of Spanish Department was to strengthen Spanish and to demonstrate that the skills in the two languages in a bilingual school (Spanish and English) are transferable, complementing each other, so that pupils could learn to imagine and understand in written, spoken and read form all that life has to offer.
On 2013 she was appointed as Deputy Head of Academics of the Upper School, a position she holds until today. During all these years, Miss Carolina has dedicated her time, skills and aptitudes in generating a pupil-centred curriculum, generating important advances in differentiation and inclusion issues.
In her role as Deputy Head of Academics, she has taught classes in her subject, as well as Philosophy and Humanities; this has kept her connected with the classroom and with teaching. This detail has generated a special connection with her team of teachers since she has been able to accompany and model from the experience. Her vision of learning is to move towards full pupil ownership of learning, especially in a school that provides every possible opportunity for this to happen.
As Miss Carolina has a natural ability to establish fluid and respectful communication networks, she completed a Diploma in Communication at Risk in 2019, which became a strategy to face the Pandemic with the School’s Communications Team.
Along with her work at The Grange, she has worked in foundations and universities, making plans and programs, Language and Communication classes and supervising internships.
For 7 years she has belonged to the OPTE Foundation, which supports the Puelmapu School, whose vision is to offer quality education to boys and girls with social vulnerability and lack of opportunities, all within the framework of the Spirit of Service that characterizes The Grange School.