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Our professional, university-educated teachers encourage students to develop a love of learning and a desire to succeed. They maintain the highest integrity and concern for your child’s wellbeing.
The principal is responsible for the educational leadership and management of our school. If you would like to speak to the principal, please contact us to make an appointment.
Our school administrative staff can answer inquiries or direct you to the appropriate staff member for help.
Principal - the principal is responsible for the organisation, management, supervision and efficiency of the school.
Deputy principals - the deputy principals are responsible for the efficient day to day operation of the school. They deal with matters relating to the discipline and welfare of students, as well as the organisation of the school and the general supervision of students.
Head teachers - head teachers are responsible for the planning and teaching of courses of study provided in their respective faculties. They place students in classes appropriate to their levels and are responsible for determining student progress and assessment.
Classroom teachers - classroom teachers are responsible for the delivery of appropriate programs which meet stage outcomes whilst meeting the needs and abilities of individual students. They also provide support and guidance to students in their studies.
Year advisers - year advisers provide academic support, emotional support and guidance to students in their year group.
Welfare co-ordinator - the welfare co-ordinator provides support to students in need and is the contact person when a student is experiencing problems.
Careers adviser - The careers adviser assists students in investigating career options, in making career choices and organising work experience.
International students' adviser - the international students' adviser looks after the welfare of the international fee paying students and is available to guide and support these students in all aspects of their schooling.
School counsellor - school counsellors are experienced teachers and psychologists with an understanding of child development and experience in recognising and understanding problems of learning and behaviour, and deciding ways of dealing with them.
School administrative support staff - school aministrative support staff answer organisational questions, received monies, and direct students to appropriate teaching staff.