Yulandi Noëth

High School Principal

The call to become a teacher has been in Yulandi Noëth’s heart from a young age. Fond memories from high school stirred her passion for education but even more so, a passion for creating a safe, nurturing and creative space for young adults to learn about themselves, be excited about opportunities and explore their own talents as part of their educational journey. She believes that every child deserves to have a great school experience and educators that support and believe in them. In short, Yulandi wanted to be a super teacher.
Yulandi holds a BCom in Marketing and Business Management and a post-graduate certificate in education.

Her teaching career started at Rand Park High School as a Business Studies and Economic Management Sciences educator. She contributed as a netball coach and choreographed the school plays. Exposure to the school management team followed shortly after when she was appointed as a grade tutor.

Yulandi joined Maragon Private School (now Crawford Ruimsig) in 2012. She became a grade tutor at Maragon in 2013 and took over as head of Business Studies in 2017. Yulandi was appointed as an executive member of the school in 2018 with leadership, service and marketing as part of her portfolio. She was awarded the Advtech Academic Excellence Award based on the performance of the Business Studies department and students under her care and her contributions to the school.

When the opportunity came along to expand her career at Radley Private School as deputy principal, Yulandi was immediately attracted to the entrepreneurial offering. Radley has a unique educational approach that is geared towards developing job creators and 21st century skills. In the challenging year of 2020 which saw the unprecedented lockdowns during the Covid-19 pandemic, Yulandi became the principal of Radley High School. Being part of a school like Radley offers great educators the opportunity to be creative and think outside the box which is exactly what draws Yulandi. Being allowed the freedom to try new things and leading educators to follow the best trends in education is a dream come true.