Andrew Dilger
Director of Flexible and Personalised Learning
Grade 9 Manager

Andrew Dilger is currently an Advanced Skills Teacher who manages the Bayview Flexible Learning Hub. Our learning hub has been acknowledged statewide as an example of best practice in personalised learning and provides support to a wide range of students at Bayview across areas of well being, learning enrichment and project based learning. Also a grade manager, Andrew is extremely passionate about ensuring all students have the opportunity and access to achieve their best across their educational journey at Bayview and beyond.

Andrew is part of the award winning leadership team at Bayview Secondary College. This team have been recognised as the ‘dream team’, for their innovative approaches to successful school transformation over the last 6 years. 

Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Human Movement in 2008. A keen sportsman, Andrew has played multiple disciplines of sport at first class levels across all areas throughout high school and university and continues to play into his 30’s (hockey, netball, basketball, tennis, badminton, table tennis, football, touch football). Andrew has represented Tasmanian State Touch football representative for u/16, u/18, men’s open and men’s 30’s as well as being a University games representative for Tasmania.

Andrew is no stranger to accepting and working with challenges, successfully walking the Kokoda track in 2010 and indulging his love of travel and globe trotting through living in London for 2 years in his early career while working as a relief teacher across many schools. On his return from overseas Andrew started at the then Rokeby High School teaching across most learning areas; History, Maths, Geography, PE and Science.

Andrew is an outstanding and gifted educator who enjoys the simple things outside of his busy working life. Camping, travel, walks with the dogs, good food and good company. 

“I work with the best people in the best school and find it incredibly humbling to come to work every day.”