Administrative Staff

Shelly Lammie

Head of School - Shelley Lammie

shelley@madronaschool.com

Shelley brings 25 years of experience as a teacher and educational leader in both public and independent schools. She has a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta and a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Simon Fraser University. Shelley is passionate about the Reggio Emilia philosophy of education and has presented at numerous conferences and consulted with schools in Canada, the USA, and Asia. In her free time, Shelley enjoys skiing, cycling, reading and cooking.

Vice Principal - Chelsea Chevalier

chelsea@madronaschool.com

Chelsea completed her Bachelor of Arts with a Minor in Classical Studies at the University of Ottawa, followed by her Bachelor of Education with a specialization in Junior and Intermediate Education.
Chelsea is bilingual and possesses a passion for the Arts, especially Performing Arts. She enjoys woodworking, poetry, and exploring Vancouver.

Vice Principal - Caela Allaby

caela@madronaschool.com

Caela Allaby completed both her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Bachelor of Education with a minor in International and Global Education at Simon Fraser University. As part of her practicum, Caela travelled to Dharamsala, India to teach children in a Tibetan school. She is currently enrolled in the Educational Administration and Leadership Master's program at the University of British Columbia. In her free time, Caela loves to travel, cook for family and friends, and spend time outdoors with her whippet Aalto.

Administrative Assistant - Holly-Kate Collinson-Shield

hollykate@madronaschool.com

Holly-Kate grew up in Nottingham, England, and has a BA in English and Drama from Goldsmiths College University of London. She has a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education and a Masters of Education from Nottingham University, and taught high school English for six years. Holly Kate lived in Whistler for a year, before moving to Vancouver in February. In Her spare time Holly-Kate sings in a competing barbershop chorus and she enjoys being outside in the exciting British Columbia nature.