COMMUNITY REPORT | 2016
“FIDELIS USQUE AD MORTEM”
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LIST OF CONTENTS
From the Principal Gerard F Foley
Board of Governors
Principals Executive Team
Mission and Values
Strategic Plan Vision 2017
Staff Professional Development
Global Leadership Centre
Student Outcomes and Consolidated results
Income and Expenditure
Celebrating the Class of 2016
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FROM THE PRINCIPAL The provision of this Community Report on the activities of Ivanhoe Grammar School during the 2016 academic year, forms part of a series of communications with parents and other stakeholders within the School Family to assist them in understanding our operations, achievements and outcomes. The School’s Strategic Plan completed in 2010, is supported by a detailed Action (Operational) Plan outlining, within key principle areas, objectives and targets in relation to the period of the plan (2011 - 2017). Measurement where possible and reporting to progress are key features of the Action (Operational) Plan. The School’s Strategic Plan outlines the vision and philosophical foundation covering the period to 2017 and provides the basis for the continuing provision of outstanding education into the future. As part of the School’s Strategic Plan, ‘Vision 2017’ provides a forward thinking curriculum structure for the School with an emphasis on continued academic outcomes, the quality of teaching, a commitment to Positive Education and the development of Global Citizens. Implicit in the Plan are key educational trends and expectations to which the school should respond. These include: »» The need for a broad education that encompasses academic, cultural, physical, international and spiritual goals
»» The changing role of the teacher to a learning facilitator who helps students understand the process of learning and, through this, to develop interpersonal, cross-cultural and teamwork skills »» The importance of continuing to build the capacity of staff »» The use of technology to enrich the learning environment »» The increasing flexible use of time as a component of learning »» The need for effective pastoral care in the context of rapid social change The Board of Governors is currently working on the development of a new Strategic Plan focused on the essential learnings of an Ivanhoe education including academic excellence, personal growth and global citizenship. I look forward to sharing details of our new plan with you in next year’s Annual Report. The Board and I are committed to working in partnership with all stakeholders within the School Family to maintain and strengthen our reputation as one of Australia’s leading contemporary Schools.
Gerard F Foley Principal
»» The importance of understanding how learning occurs and how to maximise its effectiveness for each individual
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BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Chairman Mr P T Kempen, FCA
Principal Mr G F Foley BEd, MEdLeadership
Treasurer Mr K S C Teoh LLB(Hons), BComm, CA
Secretary Mr L C Miles
MBA, CPA, BBus(Acc), GIA(Cert), MAICD, AIMM
Vice Chairman Mr D M Golden BComm, CPA, MCIT, FAICD
Board Member Ms C J Brown
LLB, BA,GradDipBA, FAICD
Board Member Dr A Caples
Board Member Mr J Dunstan
Board Member Mr M J S Lochran
Board Member Mr D Proietto
Education Advisor Professor J McKenzie AM
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Board Member Mrs S Ivory
PRINCIPALS EXECUTIVE TEAM
Business Manager Mr L C Miles
MBA, CPA, BBus(Acc), GIA(Cert), MAICD, AIMM
Head of Buckley House Mr R J Feben BEd, DipT
Deputy Principal/Head of The Ridgeway Campus Mr B L Kelly
Deputy Principal/ Head of Plenty Campus Mrs D L Sukarna
Director of Admissions & Community Engagement Mr P J Walsh
Director of Development Mrs A E Cooper
BEd, DipEd(PriT), FACEL
BSc(Hons), ALGM, F.Edplus
DipT, BEd, MA(IntEd), MEd(EdMgt), F.Edplus
Human Resources Manager Mrs R J Congleton BA(Hons), MAHRI
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MISSION AND VALUES
OUR MOTTO: FIDELIS USQUE AD MORTEM
OUR ORGANISATIONAL VALUES
Our emphasis on community, mutual respect, support and partnerships is guided by our motto fidelis usque ad mortem (faithful even unto death) and the importance we place on the Ivanhoe Grammar School Family.
Ivanhoe Grammar School will strive to:
OUR MISSION To be a community of learning that develops in students the skills and attitudes that will prepare them for the challenges and responsibilities of adult citizenship and in which the development of individual character and personal achievement by all students is encouraged and celebrated. Our Mission is underpinned by our Organisational and Community Values.
»» Exist as a co-educational community in which the place of girls and boys, men and women is equally valued »» Nurture the School’s Christian values in the Anglican tradition »» Be a place where students feel safe, valued and listened to, recognising the role that these elements play in enhancing academic performance »» Produce a learning environment that sets clear educational expectations for students within our broad offering, based on individual needs »» Infuse innovation, creativity and technology into all aspects of its program, while valuing history and tradition »» Create in students and staff, international consciousness and global competency; critical elements for a successful and fulfilling future in a globalised world »» Emphasise the importance of ongoing professional growth for staff, by incorporating it as a measurable outcome within each individual’s development plan »» Maintain a leadership culture that allows every member of its community to excel in their chosen area of endeavour.
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OUR COMMUNITY VALUES OPEN-MINDED
We acknowledge the diversity of voices within our community and grant each voice the encouragement and freedom to be heard.
We strive for honesty and integrity in all dealings with and between students and staff.
RESPONSIBLE We stress the importance of a responsible attitude to School life. Through responsibility and accountability, respect for others and for the environment, we can truly enjoy a sense of freedom and the opportunities that freedom affords.
CARING We wish to be compassionate and considerate in our interactions with each other, including those from different cultural backgrounds, valuing diversity and understanding the importance of developing an international mindset.
DISCIPLINED We respect self-discipline, effort and commitment in all pursuits and approach learning with thoughtfulness and curiosity.
BALANCED We celebrate the range and variety of experiences on offer at our School.
SAFE We will provide a safe working environment without risk to health within the Ivanhoe community.
ENGAGED We commit ourselves to serving our wider community and building partnerships to benefit members of the School Family. We also share a commitment, beyond academic excellence, to personal development and student responsibility through our membership of the Round Square International Network of Schools, whose IDEALS are characterised as Internationalism, Democracy, Environmental Awareness, Adventure, Leadership and Service.
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OBJECTIVES AND VALUES
STRATEGIC PLAN VISION 2017
Four key objectives underpin the operation of the School in light of our Strategic Plan.
Launched in October 2008, Vision 2017 provides a forward thinking curriculum structure for the School.
These Objectives are:
Key features of Vision 2017 are:
CURRICULUM AND STUDENT LEARNING Provide a stimulating, caring educational environment within and beyond the classroom where it is safe to take risks and where everyone is open to, and respectful of, the ideas and opinions of others.
»» A curriculum centred restructure of the School »» A common experience for all Ivanhoe Grammar School students »» An emphasis on continuing to improve academic outcomes
»» An emphasis on the quality of teaching
The School Family is paramount to the function and operation of Ivanhoe Grammar School. In order to enhance connection to the School Family, we will maintain and strengthen the culture of the School as defined by our values.
»» A continued major international focus
»» Is academically rigorous and challenging
Employ, retain and professionally develop our staff, given their key role in the success of the School’s overall mission.
»» Fosters personal, moral and spiritual awareness and understanding
»» Maximising the benefits of our multi-campus status Our challenge is to ensure that the broad curriculum:
»» Develops a breadth of life skills
FINANCIAL AND PHYSICAL RESOURCES Ensure the financial strength of the School in order to support sustainable growth, including improvements in facilities and programs.
»» Balances essential knowledge with a choice of pathways including the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) »» Is underpinned by our membership of Round Square
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The curriculum relationship between campuses is built around a common curriculum at all levels of the School: The Senior Studies Program (Years 10 – 12) implemented in 2010 was further refined during 2011 by broadening the subject offerings available to students and includes studies in both the Victorian Certificate of Education and the International Baccalaureate Diploma. All students in Year 10 undertake VCE studies. The Middle Years Program (Years 7 – 9) encompasses the current innovative Year 9 out-ofclassroom experience ‘A World of Experiences’ and extends to embrace a common and broad Middle Years Philosophy and Curriculum, which was introduced in February 2011. Common Primary Curriculum (Prep – Year 6) for students on both campuses. An important aspect of Vision 2017 is its emphasis on continued academic outcomes (building on our already strong base) and the quality of teaching. Research shows that in terms of the influence on student outcomes, teachers are by far the most important single influence. Vision 2017 continues to develop the already high standard of teaching at the School through a series of initiatives including effective teacher appraisal, goal setting and targeted professional development.
The significant focus provided by the School in terms of an international outlook will continue under Vision 2017. In addition to the current initiatives that exist (Round Square, our involvement in Cambodia, increasing internationalising of curriculum content), a number of initiatives were reviewed and strengthened during the year. These include Australian and Global Perspectives at Year 10, and extending curriculum links to the Round Square Pillars (International Understanding, Democracy, Environmental Awareness, Adventure, Leadership and Service), the introduction of the Round Square IDEALS Award, the development of a new Round Square Discovery Framework and the Ivanhoe Diploma. Ivanhoe Grammar School seeks to be seen as ‘a National School providing an outward-looking curriculum that is essentially Australian for a diverse student body’. A number of Reviews took place in the past 12 months and the recommendations will be implemented in the years ahead. These Reviews include the following listed overleaf.
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OBJECTIVES AND VALUES
A Languages Review was undertaken in 2015/16. The scope of this review covered the teaching of languages in both primary and secondary classes, pedagogy and style of learning. Students in Years 5, 7 and 10 student were surveyed to determine their interest and motivation in learning languages, the languages they would like to learn given a free choice and, in the case of Year 10, why they had chosen to continue or not with their language, given that it was no longer a compulsory subject. Languages taught in feeder schools were reviewed along with language subject enrolment trends at Ivanhoe Grammar School but also statewide and nationally.
During the last 18 months, as part of a deliberate focus on the core business of learning, existing curriculum secondary school structures have been reviewed.
A decision to add Chinese and Spanish to the curriculum at Year 7 was well received by the community with many students choosing to study these new languages.
»» A desire to have learning at the forefront of all activities
Extensive research has been undertaken by the Director of Research and Innovation, Marjorie Supple, exploring: »» Models in other schools around the world »» The need to effectively embed 21st Century skills into all aspects of learning including global citizenship, STEM, creativity, enterprise and innovation and intercultural understanding
»» The promotion of active, professional and accountable ‘learning communities’ within the School, all working towards a common and agreed strategic theme and specific annual goals It is anticipated that final decisions regarding the curriculum structure at Ivanhoe Grammar School will be made in 2017 and implemented in 2018.
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PASTORAL CHANGES Following an extensive review, a new and personalised Futures Focussed Senior Years Pastoral model will also be introduced for the 2017 Academic Year. Each Senior Years student will be allocated a mentor and will meet regularly to receive personal, academic and futures mentoring. A Director of Student Futures has been appointed to support this initiative and to ensure that progressively, students are taking on greater ownership for their learning and the future directions they wish to pursue.
ACER REVIEW In Term 3 2016, as part of the development of a new Strategic Plan, the Australian Council of Educational Research (ACER) undertook a full review of the School speaking to all key stakeholders â€“ students, staff, parents, management and alumni. The review provided an excellent opportunity for the School to reflect on current practices and the feedback from ACER was most affirming. The reviewing panel also highlighted some areas for the senior management team and the School in general to consider to further improve student outcomes and overall efficiency. Work has already commenced on a number of the suggested areas and will form part of our next strategic plan.
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STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT At Ivanhoe Grammar School we are passionate about supporting our staff to be lifelong learners as we know that an active professional learning culture will ultimately benefit our students. We strive to continuously build the professional expertise of our staff, in line with professional standards and best practice, to ensure we give our students every opportunity to become the best they can be.
Professional growth begins from the outset of employment at Ivanhoe Grammar School with our New Staff Induction Program. New staff are assigned a mentor who supports them through their first 12 months at Ivanhoe Gramamr School. In 2017, new teaching staff to Ivanhoe will undergo a revised New Staff Program that has a partnership approach for professional growth similar to those in the Appraisal for Growth program.
In 2016, the implementation of the Appraisal for Growth program successfully began with leaders, teaching staff and administrative staff. The final implementation stage of this continuous growth program will take place in 2017.
Whilst the Appraisal for Growth and New Staff programs follow a partnership approach to ‘individual’ improvement, ‘teams’ are also a vital part of our professional learning culture. Growing and improving high performing, collaborative teams, through project-based work that is focused on improving student learning continues to be a professional learning priority at Ivanhoe Grammar School. Professional collaboration is a important skill and collaborative teams allow expertise to be shared and ensures that the focus is on diagnosing, interpreting and evaluating student learning and our impact on student learning.
This Appraisal for Growth program fosters a growth mindset approach to professional learning through reflection of professional practice with a trusted Appraiser. Using evidence from student and peer feedback through surveys, self-reflection and classroom observation (for teachers), the staff member, in parternship with their Appraiser, identify an area for growth, learn and take action to improve and finally measure improvement. The improvement cycle then begins again. Feedback from a staff survey about the Appraisal for Growth program in 2016 includes: “Classroom observation was a learning opportunity for both appraiser and appraise.” “The Appraisal for Growth allowed me to scrutinize and reflect on my teaching practice.” “I was challenged to improve.” “It forced an action in the classroom which was a change from my normal teaching habits.”
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Researching, refining, enhancing, modifying and improving professional learning is something that will continually evolve at Ivanhoe Grammar School as will a strong commitment to build the capacity of our staff in order to improve learning for our students.
CIS INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION Confirming our commitment to International Education and the development of Global Citizens, Ivanhoe Grammar School maintained its International Certification in 2016. This certification recognises the delivery of high quality international programs in schools around the world which enable students and alumni to be active participants and leaders in a rapidly changing and interdependent world. Staff across the school will continue to work in teams reviewing, improving and refining our international programs throughout 2017 as we aim to ensure all students of Ivanhoe Grammar School graduate as Global Citizens.
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GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CENTRE Supporting our goal to ensure all students graduate as Global Citizens, a decision was made to establish a Global Leadership Centre (GLC) at Ivanhoe Grammar School. This Centre will be launched in 2017. The establishment of a GLC will enable Ivanhoe to become a global citizenship education leader through the provision of ‘gold standard’ learning opportunities and experiences for students and staff. The programs, curriculum development and activities will be offered to all students in the school across all campuses. The GLC will also ultimately act as a regional hub for youth, facilitators, educators and social entrepreneurs in Oceania further enhancing best practice in this field. The GLC would promote, publish and professionally develop staff within and beyond School in the areas of leadership, intercultural understanding and service learning.
Specifically, the establishment of a Global Leadership Centre (GLC) at Ivanhoe Grammar School will: »» Support the development of 21st Century skills - critical thinking and doing, creativity, collaboration, cross-cultural understanding, communication, computing and self-reliance »» Improve academic outcomes »» Have a particular focus on: • Leadership development • Service learning • Intercultural awareness and Global Citizenship skills • Personal development and growth (building on the School’s Positive Education initiative) • The development of local and international community partnerships »» Continue to grow Ivanhoe’s philosophy of developing students and staff who have a global outlook and mindset, and a commitment to outreach and leadership »» Facilitate the development of an Ivanhoe Grammar School Middle Years Global Leadership Certificate »» Continue Ivanhoe Grammar School’s reputation as an innovative educational leader in Victoria and beyond »» Provide professional development for other schools throughout Australia (and possibly beyond) »» Embed the pillars of Round Square into the curriculum
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IVANHOE DIPLOMA The Ivanhoe Diploma was formally launched in 2015 by Professor John McKenzie and more than 20 graduating members of the Class of 2016 attained their Diploma. The Diploma acknowledges the diverse learning of students at Ivanhoe Grammar School and moves students beyond academic excellence to personal development and responsibility through activities beyond the classroom. It acknowledges the pillars of the Round Square IDEALS and includes other facets of School life that make an education at Ivanhoe special. The overriding goal of the Ivanhoe Diploma is to provide an opportunity for every student to develop as a whole person, to understand the importance of giving to others, and to develop critical thinking about complex local and global issues.
...providing an opportunity for every student to develop as a whole person, to understand the importance of giving to others, and to develop critical thinking about complex local and global issues...
A student who is recognised by being awarded an Ivanhoe Diploma has met outcomes in the areas of: »» Creativity – thinking or behaving imaginatively to develop ideas and express something original and of value »» Action – building the body and soul through physical activity and adventure »» Leadership – empowering others, mentoring, inspiring; leaders reflect on how they lead »» Civic engagement – encompassing service but not limited to it; a combination of individual and collective actions that address issues of civic or global concern »» Intercultural understanding – combining internationalism, intercultural awareness and engagement The focus of the Diploma is not on the activities undertaken, but the learning attained. Students must meet a series of outcomes in each key area, keep an e-portfolio of their activities and finally meet with a panel to determine if all outcomes have been met.
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STAFF PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENT
PARENT, STUDENT AND TEACHER SATISFACTION
All staff members employed by the School are registered in accordance with the requirements of the Victorian Institute of Teaching. A full list of the teaching staff, together with their qualifications, can be found at the end of this document.
The School continues to enjoy strong enrolment numbers with approximately 2200 students across the three campuses. With most enrolment places allocated in our key point of entry, Year 7 2018 at both campuses, attention now moves to the Schoolsâ€™ Enrolment Waiting List for Year 7 2020 where there are just over 550 students across the campuses who are listed for this entry date and a similar number on the lists for 2021, indicating a high degree of parent satisfaction with the School.
During 2016 all teaching staff were involved in a range of professional development/learning programs. Professional development included in-house training, workshops and local, interstate and overseas conferences. The proportion of teaching staff retained at the end of 2016 was 92 per cent, with the average attendance rate (based on the average number of days attended per member of the teaching staff) during 2016 being 96.9 per cent. The School spent approximately $219,520.00 AUD on professional development for teaching staff in 2016 and the average expenditure per teacher was $980.00 AUD.
In addition, Prep classes at Plenty Campus for 2018 and 2019 are currently full subscribed with waitlists growing by the month. The numbers of new families constantly moving into the area, coupled with the reputation enjoyed by the Ivanhoe Grammar School Plenty Campus within the local and surrounding communities is reflected in these most encouraging statistics. The external interest in the School has never been greater with record numbers of prospective families attending Open Days on all campuses which is a reflection of the reputation that the School enjoys both within our local community and our wider feeder area. On interviewing students and teachers, a high level of satisfaction is noted in their responses. Exit interviews are conducted with staff and every Year 12 student has a discussion lunch with the Principal and Head of School. Year 12 students are encouraged to undertake the Year 12 Exit Survey and in 2016 the School introduced a Year 12 Parent Survey once results and tertiary placements had been announced. In addition, Principalâ€™s Student Forums are held throughout the year to discuss issues of major importance.
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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IN 2016 Quite a number of Capital Works were undertaken during the 2016 School year including the following: »» Two new car parks at the rear of Merton Street properties of the Ivanhoe Campus »» New offices for Sherwood and Thoresby Heads of House and Deputies to these Heads, one in the Benson Physical Education Centre and the T R Lee Building of The Ridgeway Campus »» New staff area for teachers at Ground Floor, Ivanhoe House »» Renovations in the Senior Library of The Ridgeway Campus. »» New locker areas on the bridge between the T R Lee and Wilcox Buildings and also between the Breezeway at Benson Physical Education Centre. »» Constructed the Enterprise Centre (Barista training for Commerce students) at The Ridgeway Campus »» Classroom upgrades at Plenty Campus. »» Ongoing landscape works at all campuses. »» Commenced ‘The Ivy’ at Plenty Campus.
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STUDENT OUTCOMES The average student attendance across all campuses of the School was 93.97 per cent. The proportion of Year 9 students retained to Year 12 was 84 per cent. The enrolment for 2016 Year 12 students was 246 and 206 of these students were enrolled at Ivanhoe Grammar School for Year 9.
The proportion of Year 3, 5, 7 and 9 students at or above National Minimum Standard can be seen in the tables below.
Year 3 Reading
Grammar and Punctuation
Grammar and Punctuation
Grammar and Punctuation
Grammar and Punctuation
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CONSOLIDATED RESULTS Students completing their Year 12 studies at Ivanhoe Grammar School in 2016 again performed to a high standard. There were over 239 students who completed either the VCE or IB Diploma.
Overall 23 per cent of the students scored an ATAR equivalent of 90 or above, placing them in the top 10 per cent of the state. In addition 49 of students achieved an ATAR equivalent of 80 or above, placing them in the top 20 per cent of the state.
Consolidated VCE and IB 2014 Results:
Further details, including University destinations, can be found on page 21.
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INCOME AND EXPENDITURE
2016 EXPENDITURE Salaries, Superannuation and other oncosts
Academic Expenses (inc Composite Fee Expenses)
Finance and Interest Costs
Communication and Development
7% 58% 2% 1%
Operations and Utilities (inc maintence, electricity, gas and water) Administration Expenses (inc insurance, subscriptions and telephone costs)
IT Expenses (inc infrastructure, software licencing and support) Scholarships and concessions Depreciation
Tuition Subject and Other Fees (inc Composite Fee Income)
State and Federal Government Grants Other Income (inc IPL seminar income, donations)
Celebrating The Class Of
The Class of 2016 are energetic, supportive, involved and a caring group of young women and men who enjoy a real zest for life. - Gerard F Foley, Principal
CLASS OF 2016 TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS
207 VCE STUDENTS
32 IB STUDENTS
Ivanhoe Grammar School is immensely proud of our Class of 2016 and their achievements in their final year of secondary school. In addition to all the wonderful co-curricular and community service accomplishments during the year, our VCE and International Baccalaureate (IB) students have again produced another strong set of academic results. Students studied hard and approached their Year 12 exams with dedication and commitment. As an open-entry school, students of all abilities are a part of our School community. Although the results below share some of our top achievements, the importance of celebrating the personal best of all our students cannot be underestimated. Gerard F Foley Principal, Ivanhoe Grammar School
COMBINED RESULTS COMBINED ATAR
99+ ATAR = Top 1% of the State
Congratulations to all our students who, on a consolidated (VCE and IB) basis achieved the following:
95+ ATAR = Top 5% of the State
11 per cent of our Year 12 students achieved an ATAR of 95 or above
One in four students achieved an ATAR of 90
Just on half of our students achieved an ATAR equivalent of 80 or above
And most significantly, there were 29 perfect study scores in VCE and IB subjects.
COMBINED PERFECT SUBJECT SCORES
29 12 2016
90+ ATAR = Top 10% of the State
80+ ATAR = Top 20% of the State
20% combined high study score VCE 40+ and IB score of 6 or 7
PATHWAYS AND TERTIARY OFFERS
97% of students received first round offers
students offered a double degree in first round offers
PATHWAYS IT/Computer Science 3%
TERTIARY OFFERS Commerce/ Business/ Accounting 34%
La Trobe University 23%
Sport 5.5% International Relations/ Global Studies 2%
Law/ Criminology 7%
Building/Property/ Surveying 3%
Design / Landscape/ Architecture/ Fine Arts 7%
Health/Nursing/ Chiropractic/ Paramedicine 10.5%
Science/ Biomedicine/ Animal Science/ Pharmacy 20%
Deakin University 6% Swinburne University 7%
Monash University 14%
Melbourne University 20%
IB RESULTS A growing number of year 12 students at Ivanhoe Grammar School each year choose to undertake the well-respected International Baccalaureate (IB) to expand their options for tertiary education. We are extremely proud of the achievements of our 2016 students.
IB Median ATAR
GROWTH IN IB STUDENTS
Principal Gerard Foley with duces Leah Traill, Olivia Leyden and Chloe Ioannidis
EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS Congratulations to our top achievers: our IB Dux and our Dux of VCE at each campus. For these three female students, their dedication and hard work was realised with exceptional results. Olivia Leyden received a perfect IB score placing her in the top 0.3% of IB graduates internationally. Leah Traill and Chloe Ioannidis ATARs place them in the top 1% of students in the State. This is a significant achievement for each of these students and we wish them all the best in their chosen tertiary studies.
OLIVIA LEYDEN - PERFECT IB SCORE OF 45 EQUIVALENT TO A PERFECT ATAR OF 99.95
TERTIARY: Biomedicine at Melbourne University (Chancellor’s Scholars Program) WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO A SENIOR STUDENT AT IVANHOE?
Figure out what is it that you want to achieve and start working towards it as soon as possible. Year 12 is a lot of work; there are no shortcuts but it’s all worth it once you get to see your hard work pay off. Balance is also important: don’t neglect your friends, family and the social elements of school. DREAM CAREER: I would like to be a doctor.
YEAR 12 IB SUBJECTS:
English HL Biology HL History HL Chemistry SL Maths SL French SL
DESTINATIONS TRAVELLED AT IVANHOE: France, Cambodia, Thailand
LEAH TRAILL - VCE ATAR OF 99.8
TERTIARY: Biomedicine at Melbourne University WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO A SENIOR STUDENT AT IVANHOE? Positive thinking can get you a long way. DREAM CAREER: Honestly, I'm still in the process of figuring that out.
UNIT 3/4 SUBJECTS:
English Specialist Maths Physics DESTINATIONS Japanese TRAVELLED AT IVANHOE: Chemistry Japan, Malaysia
CHLOE IOANNIDIS - VCE ATAR OF 99.1
TERTIARY: Law(Honours)/Global Studies at Monash University WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO A SENIOR STUDENT AT IVANHOE?
I would tell students to believe in themselves. As clichéd as it sounds, have faith in your abilities because if you work really hard and at your absolute best then you are capable of achieving far more than you think and you really will surprise yourself. DREAM CAREER: A career with a human rights focus, where I am able to be a part of rewarding work that has a positive impact on peoples’ lives.
UNIT 3/4 SUBJECTS:
Legal Studies English Psychology Literature Further Maths Visual Communication Design
DESTINATION TRAVELLED AT IVANHOE: Cambodia
STAFF LISTING 2016 Board of Governors Chairman Mr P T Kempen, FCA Principal Mr G F Foley, BEd, MEdLeadership Vice Chairman Mr D M Golden, BComm, CPA,
Finance and Administration Finance Manager Miss J M Smith, ACA, BBus(Acc) Risk Manager Ms B L Dooley, MEnvSci, BEdSec(EnvSci), TAECert (IV), RMIA
Treasurer Mr K S C Teoh, LLB(Hons),
Executive Assistant to the Principal Ms C Foster
Secretary Mr L C Miles, MBA, CPA,
Assistant to Principal’s Administration Mr D G Waugh, RFD, BSc(Ed),
BBus(Acc), GIA(Cert), MAICD, AIMM
Members Ms C J Brown, LLB, BA, GradDipBA, FAICD
Dr A Caples, PhD Mr J Dunstan, MBL, MRiskMgt Mrs S Ivory Mr M J S Lochran, FAIQS, ARMIT Mr D Proietto, BLaws(Hons),BCom Education Advisor Professor J McKenzie AM, BSc(Hons), PhD
Principal Mr G F Foley, BEd, MEdLeadership
Principal’s Leadership Team Business Manager Mr L C Miles, MBA, CPA, BBus(Acc), GIA(Cert), MAICD, AIMM
Deputy Principal/Head of The Ridgeway Campus Mr B L Kelly Deputy Principal/Head of Plenty Campus Mrs D L Sukarna, BEd, DipEd(PriT), FACEL
Head of Buckley House Mr R J Feben, BEd, DipT Director of Admissions & Community Engagement Mr P J Walsh, DipT, BEd,
MA(IntEd), MEd(EdMgt), F.Edplus
Director of Development Mrs A E Cooper, BSc(Hons), ALGM, F.Edplus
Human Resources Manager Mrs R J Congleton, BA(Hons), MAHRI
Development Communications and Marketing Manager Ms K Garla Community Relations Manager Ms T A Kitchen, F.Edplus Registrar Ms M J McKay International Registrar Mrs T G Lynch
BEd, CBiol, MIBiol, MAIBiol, MACE, FACEA(Vic)
Administration Assistant – Admissions Mrs S T Moon, DipMgt
Personal Assistant to the Business Manager Ms K Feist
Communications and Marketing Specialists Miss S L Degiorgio,
Accountant Mrs M L Chessell
Ms C M Green
Ms R Good,
Accounts Assistant Ms Y Hayward
Development Administrator Mrs R J Groenewegen, BEd
HR & Payroll Services Mr D B Jordan, BBus(Acc), CPA
Alumni Coordinator Ms E M Dunstan, BA, DipEd
Human Resources Assistant Mrs S L Naus
Executive Officer - OIGA Mr G C Brown
Accounts Payable Officer Mrs L M Power Collections Manager Mr D M Reynolds, BEc, GradDipCorpFin
Calendar, Planning and Events Manager Mr B Swaby Administration Assistant – Events & Logistics Ms S K Mileto Administration Assistant – Calendar & Planning Ms K J Mason Cadets Administration Miss V M Jones, RFD Telephonists/ Administrative Assistants Ms K Rolls Ms R A Blackbourn
Information and Communications Technology Director of ICT & eLearning Mr S E Brophy, BAppSci(PhysEd), MEd
Director of Systems & Infrastructure Mr W A Mattson, DipInfoTech, MCTS
Technical Lead – Ivanhoe Connect Mr D W McCraw, BCompSc Database Manager Mrs L S Davis ICT Network Administrator Mr M P Wojcieszak, BS(CompSc&Eng)
Mac Infrastructure Administrator Mr S G Lamont Web Application Developer Mr J J Boyle-Petrie Plenty Campus IT Coordinator Mr R Rice Client Support Team Manager Mrs M J Hawkeswood Senior Client Support Technician Mr D L Diep,
IT Helpdesk Support Technician Mr M D M Aponso, BIT Mr S M Crossley Mr J P Downing Audio Visual Manager Mr P Burke Print Room Mrs L I Bullock Mrs S M Carroll
Professional Learning & Development Director of Staff Learning Mrs K L Sewell, BAppSc, GradDipEd, MEd
PD & PPD Administrator Mrs P Welham
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STAFF LISTING 2016 BUCKLEY HOUSE
Mrs N J Braddy, BEd(Primary) Mrs A E Breteler, DipT, GradDipEd Mrs D M Capuano, BTeach,
Year 12 Mr C D Caracella,
Head of Buckley House Mr R J Feben, BEd, DipT Deputy Head of Buckley House Ms E K Aikman, BA(Ed), BSocSc, GDipPsychSt, MEd, MEd(EdLead&Adm), MEd(IB)
Early Learning Centre Manager Mrs N Dagley, BEd, DipT, GradDipEdStud (Junior Primary), GradCertEarlyChildhood Teaching
Managers Wellbeing/Individual Student Needs Coordinator Mrs H L Page-Wood,
MA(Teaching), BA, DipT, GradDipSpEd, GradDip(Psychology), BSocSc(Psych)Hons
Level Manager (Prep to Year 2) Mrs K S Leon, DipEd (PT), BEd(Primary)
Level Manager (Years 3 & 4) Mr A M Parke, BA, BTeach Level Manager (Years 5 & 6) Mr T J Braddy, BEd Level Manager – Specialists Mrs M J Neilson, BEd, BSc Instrumental Music Coordinator Mrs F R Chindamo, BEdMusic Chaplain Mr P R Keuneman, BMin, BTheol, DipCWelfWk
Mrs E J Carroll, BA, GDipTeach(Prim)
Mrs R J Chandler, DipT, MEd Mr J W Coleman, BA, BTeach(Hons)
Mrs M J Crewe, BA, BEd Mrs N D Davidson, BEd(Prim) (Hons)
Mrs A K Downing, DipEd(Prim), BEd
Miss S M Edwards, BEd Mrs K E Ellis, BEd(Primary) Mrs K L Harding, BEd, DipT, TTC Ms A Iles, BEd, DipT Miss S Kennedy, AssocDipSocSc(CCStud), BECStud
Miss J R Knox, BEd(Prim), MEd(IB) Mr D P McClean, Post Grad DipEd Admin, MEd, BEd, Dip Primary Teaching
Mr J W McInerney, BEd, DipT Mr M N Narkowicz, BEd, DipT Mrs M A Packham, BEd Mrs S Tsolakis, BTeach Ms A M Woollard, BEd, DipT
Library Staff Mrs A Consiglio, DipLib&InfoSc Ms G M Molinaro, DipT, GradDipEdAdmin
Support Staff Personal Assistant to the Head of Buckley House/ Buckley House Secretary Ms C A Elliott Administration Assistant Mrs D Collier Sick Bay Attendant/ Administration Assistant Mrs J E Walker ELC Assistants Mrs F P Baya Casal, DipChildServ
Mrs T Prinsloo, DipChildServ Mrs O Webster, BEd, DipT Mrs S M Wynne, Dip(Children’s Services)
Deputy Principal/ Head of Campus Mrs D L Sukarna, BEd, DipEd(Primary T), FACEL
Deputy Head of Plenty Campus Mrs R L Rowe, BA, DipEd Head of Plenty Primary Mr D J Gibson, BA, BT
Senior Support Staff
Year 11 Mrs S N Scott, BEd(Sc), MEd(Leadership & Admin)
Year 10 Mrs R H O’Keeffe, BA, BEd, MEd Year 9 Ms D J Whelan, BA, DipEd, BEd Year 8 Mr A C Ratskos, BSc, BEng(Elec) Hons, GDipEd(Sec)
Campus Administrator Mr P K Kendall, BEd, DipT
Year 7 Mrs K E Horsford, BA, DipEd
Campus Operations/ Timetable Mr A S Wilson, BA, DipEd,
Years 3 to 6 Mr L D Dahl, DipEd(Prim),
MEd(Leadership & Curriculum)
Careers Advisor Mrs N F McFadden, BEd(Sc), GCertCarEd
Chaplain Mrs J K McConnell, BEd, BTheol IDEALS Co-Curricular Programs Coordinator Mr R J Summerton,
GradDip(PE & OEd)
Prep to Year 2 Ms N Simpson, BTeach(Primary), BEd
Subject & Faculty Heads Commerce Mr G E Hodges, BEc, DipEd
DipT(PhysEd), GradDip (OEd)
English Mrs C J Richmond, BA, BEd
Head of Music Mrs V Creed, BMus(Perf),
Faith, Ethics & Attitudes Ms P C Lidgett, BA, GradDipEd
GradDipEd, GradDip Public Relations, M.A.C.E
Primary Sport Coordinator Mr L D Dahl, DipEd(Prim), GradDip(PE & OEd)
Secondary Sport Coordinator Ms K J Hibbert, BSc, DipEd VCE Coordinator Mr G R Place, BSc, DipEd, GradDipCompSc
Individual Needs Coordinator Mrs J M Kane, DipT ISP Coordinator Mrs J A Vanderzweep, DipT(Prim), BEd(SpecEd)
French Mrs A M Burton, BA, DipEd Health & Physical Education Mr A S Luscombe,
BAppSc(HumanMovementStudies – Education), MAppSc(Sports Coaching)
Humanities Ms J L Bellamy, BA, DipEd Japanese Ms K McLay, BA, DipEd Mathematics Mrs T J Ferraro, BSc, GDipEd, PGCertEd
Performing Arts Mrs V Creed, BMus(Perf),
GradDipEd, GradDip Public Relations, M.A.C.E
Science Mr A N Hoogenraad, BSc(Hons), GradDipPhys&Ed
Visual Arts Mr L G Dalton, BEd(Visual Arts)
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Mrs V Baldwin, BTeach, BEd Mr H T Bullen, BCom, GDipEd(Sec) Mr A J Burton, BA Hons, PGCE Mr J L Capuano, MEd, BEd(Sc),
Personal Assistant to the Head of Campus Ms H Clarkson
Mr J L M Chappel, BA(Music
Assistant to the Deputy Head of Campus/ Secondary Secretary Ms S L Whitehead
Ms K Y T Cheng,
Primary Years Secretary Mrs J L Dale
Mrs C Cassandro, BSc, DipEd(Biology/French) Theatre), MTeach
BEdHons(Primary), DipModernLanguages (Japanese)
Mrs S N Cracknell, BEd Mrs R J Creedy Mrs M Delaney, BA, GradDipEd Mrs R C Hill, BMus, GDipEd(Sec) Mrs S A Horton, BA, BTeach(Prim) Ms K J Jackson, BA, DipEd, CertLA, Cert IV
Ms A Jones, DipEd, BEd(Primary), CertEarlyChildhood
Ms D Kalatzis, DipT, CertA Mr D V Kolasseril, GCertRE, GDipEd(Sec), PhD
Ms A Luberto Ms S A MacEwan, DipEd, DipPerfArts, PostGradMvt&Dance
Ms R R Reale, BA, BA(Ed) Mr T Y Shen, BEng(Hons), GradDipTeach
Ms R J Smith, BSc(Hons),
Administration Manager Mrs J M Harrison, BA (Lib), Grad Dip Bus Mgt
Academic Secretary/ VASS Administrator Mrs J M Villanti
THE RIDGEWAY CAMPUS Senior Staff Deputy Principal/ Head of Campus Mr B L Kelly Head of Middle School/ Deputy Head of Campus Mrs V Arnas, BPA, GDipEd(Sec), MEd, PGCertEd
Head of Senior Years/ Deputy Head of Campus Mr T D Byrnes, BEc, DipEd, GradDipArts, CertAdolescentCounsell
Ms J Simpson,
Ms N Simpson, BTeach(Primary), BEd
Mrs C Tolley
Psychological Services Ms C M Tighe, BEd(Sec),
Manager – TRC Operations Mr R H Grant, BSc(Hons), DipEd
GradDipInfo&CommTechEd, GradDipSecStudies, DipEd, BEc
Receptionist/ Administration Assistant Ms L K O’Brien Ms H L Smith, AssocDipBus
Daily Organiser Mrs J M Scanlon, BEd
Nurse Div 1
Senior Laboratory Technician
Grounds & Maintenance Grounds & Maintenance Coordinator Mr G R Thomas Facilities Coordinator Miss A C Motschall Grounds & Maintenance Staff Mr R W Patterson Mrs M R Truefeldt
Careers Advisor Mrs M Staikos, BA, DipEd
Director of Wellbeing Mrs S Batsanis, BA, DipEd,
House Programs Coordinator Mrs M S van Beek, BAppSc(PE)
Director of Sport Mr N R Buszard, DipEd,
Learning Facilitator – Year 9 Program Ms H E Marotta, BEd(BusStud)
Director of Research & Innovation Ms M J Supple, BSc, DipEd,
Chaplain Mrs K J Winkett, BA(YAf),
Health Centre Mrs D A Strauss, Registered
Library Staff Ms S B McLaughlin,
Executive Officer IP & F Mr R J Prince,
Ms D Tosevska,
Head of Library Services Ms C E Norwood, MEd, BEd(Lib)
Head of Sport Ms A M Geoghegan,
Head of Operations Mrs A Di Ciocco, BEd(Maths)
Head of Theatre & Drama Mr S B Murphy, DipT, ADPA
Music Secretary Mrs R Barker
Mr F M Rowland,
MA(Hons), AAC, MACE
Lay Chaplain Mr A C Fox, BCom, DipEd, DipTh
Mrs P A Swain, BScEd Ms H L Swift, BFineArt, GradDipArt, Ms N Ventrice, BEd, DipT Mrs M C Wels, BSc, DipEd Mrs J C Wheeler, DipEd Mr G A White, BA, DipEd Miss J L White, BA, BAEd Mr K W Whitechurch, BEd, DipT Mr J A Wilisoni Mrs K A Yeats, BAppSc (Hons), BEd,
Head of Music Mr S G Carpenter, BMusEd,
Senior Support Staff
Craft & Design, GradDipTeach
Head of Co-Curricular Programs Mr C Zois, BEc, DipEd, MEd
Director of Special Education Ms A Gleeson, BA, PG DipEd, MEdSt
Dean of International Students Ms L Bruhn, DipT, DipEd(TES OL), MEd(AppliedLinguistics), PostGradCert (Managing a Language Program)
Senior Years Curriculum Coordinator Mrs C V Fry, BSc (Ed) Middle Years Curriculum Coordinator Mrs W L McCarry, BSc(Hons), BEd, MA(Ed)
Transition Coordinator Mrs F Burgess, BSc, DipEd
Level Managers Year 9 Mr M G Horsford, BAgSc, DipEd, DipBible&Mission
Year 8 Mr D T Voss, BSc(Physics), GradDipEd
Year 7 Mrs O Rothnie, BA, DipEd, GradDipEdAdmin
Heads of House Athelstane Ms K M Wilson, BA, DipEd, MEd(EdMgt), ProfCertAdolCouns
Lincoln Ms C M Allen, BA(Hons)EnglishLit, PostGradCert(Ed), ProfCertAdolCouns
VCE Coordinator Mr E Pearson, BEng, DipEd
Sherwood Mr J A Doman, BA, DipEd
IB Coordinator Mr P J M Hodge, MSoSci,
Thoresby Mr D Naude, BA(Ed),
GradDipBehHealthCare, MPsych(Clinical), MAPS, Registered Psychologist
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Subject & Faculty Heads Art & Design Ms J M Patterson, BEd, GradDipGrComm, MEd
Commerce (SY) Mr E M Smithers, BBus,
GradDip(Industrial&Employee Relations), GradDipEd
English (SY) Ms J V Boer, BA(Hons), GradDipEd English (MY) Mrs V K Buzzard, BA, DipEd Faith, Ethics & Attitudes Mr R J Rizzo, BSc, GDipEd(Sec) Health & Physical Education Mr C Branigan, BAppSc(PE) Humanities Ms T C Deguara, BA, GradDipEd, MEd, MACEL
Languages Mrs K van Leest, BSc (Hons), DipEd
Mathematics Mr A Williams, BSc(Hons), PGCertEd
Performing Arts Mr S G Carpenter, BMusEd, MA(Hons), AAC, MACE
Science (SY) Dr V Ellis, BPharmChem, BSc(Hons), GradDipEd, PhDChem
Science (MY) Ms S M Wayth, BSc, BScEd Technology Mr D Atkinson-Buck,
BComp(InfoStud), DipEd, CertIVWorkplace Training&Assessment, GradCert(Maths Studies)
Academic Staff Ms S Andreevski, BA,
Ms J L Angwin, BFineArt(Hons), MFineArt, MTeach, PGDipTeach
Miss S Aziz, BA(Hons), PgCertEd Mr S C Ballantyne, BA, DipEd(Sec)
Ms J M Banks, BEd(HEco/Text), GradDipHumNut
Miss C L Bernardi Mr A Bosua, BA(Maths),
HED(Maths), BEd, LTCL, LRSM, UPLM, FTCL
Mr P H Bowers, BEng, MTeach, PgDipTeach(Sec)
Mr K R Brenners Ms L Brown, BA, BTeach Mrs V K Buzzard, BA, DipEd Ms W S Chaidir, BEd, MEd Mr G N Chapman, DipT, GradDipEd(CompEd)
Mr P E Cherry, BA(FineArt), DipEd Mrs J L Cracknell, BSc, DipEd Mr N J Cracknell, BA, DPE, TSTC Miss C J Dunstan Miss S Elali Ms L O Entwisle, BA(Hons), BSc, GradDipEd
Mrs K H Filbey, BAppSc, HomeEc, PostGrad, BEd(Pri&Sec)
Mrs K B Fleming, BSc, GCertEd, GDipTheol, MA(SocJust)
Mr D H Fowkes, Dip(FA), BEd(Art&Craft), GradDip(Tech), GradDip(Eng/Jewellery)
Mrs N S Fowkes,
AdvCert(Art&Design), BA(Advertising Creative), DipEd(Sec), GradCert(RE)
Mr R J Rizzo, BSc, GDipEd(Sec) Mr M P Robertson, BA(Hons), GDipEd(Sec)
Mrs M Safari, BSc, GDipEd(Sec) Ms H A Seadon, BCom, BSc(Hons), PGDipTeach
Mrs G Shadbolt, BScEd, GradDip(MathsEd), MACEA
Mr C W Shallcross, BEd Mrs P A Shire, BA, DipEd, BEd Mr B R Sinnett Ms L Spencer Dr O K Squires, BAppSc(Chem), BSc(Hons), GDipEd(Sec), PhD
Mr D H Symons, GDipEd Miss E C Tallent, BOccThy, MTeach, PGDipTeach
Music Staff Ms R C Burke, DipMusic, DipEd Ms W J Campbell, BMusEd(Hons), GradCertCathStud
Mr D Kolosov, BMus,
Mr A Piechocinski BMus, MMus Mr M J Savage, DipEd, BMus
Support Staff Personal Assistant to the Deputy Principal/Head of The Ridgeway Campus Mrs K A Jackson
Mr A D Gibbs, BBusStud, DipTh,
Ms R Tascone, BA, DipEd,
Senior Years Secretary Mrs S A Wearne
Mr M P Gill, BEd(PE&Biol) Mr R F Gill, BEd(PE) Miss G M Grant, BA, BEd Miss J S Green Miss K L Griffin, BA(Hons) Mr D E Harris Mrs N F Hawthorn Mrs A V Height, BA(Hons), DipEd,
Ms A Taylor, BSc(Hons), GDipL&T Miss L J Towse, BA(Hons),
Middle Years Secretary Mrs H A Cooper
Mr P A Hogg, DipT Mr B L Ingleton, BEd Mrs L M Johnson, BA(Hons), DipEd, PostGradDipArts(Eng), MA(Lit)
Mr S T Johnson, BA, BTeach Ms S L M Khalanski Miss C T Lennon, BA, PostGradDipEd
Mr I B Le Page, BA(Hons), DipEd, MEd
Dr H Y Li, BA, DipLOTE/TESOL, PhD Mr A-H Lim, BA, DipEd Mr L M Lochran, BAppSc(Phys Ed)
Ms A C Madden, BSc(Hons), GradDipEd
Mrs G M Thorpe, BA(VisArts), GDipEd(Sec), MVisArts
Mrs P E Turner, BA, DipEd Mr S C Underwood, BSc, BSc(Ed)
Mrs M L Vallury, BA, GradDipEd Mr S M van Beek Mr D A Verrocchi, BA, BEd Mr G R Wade, BEd Mr G A Wanless, DipT(Tech), CertTT
Mr C N Ward, BAppSc(AppPhys), DipEd
Mrs J A Watson-Hayward, BEd, MEdStud
Mrs W L Wilkinson, BA, DipEd Ms K J Williams, BEc, DipEd Miss S L Wilsdon, BA, MTeach(Prim), CELTA, CertRecruit&BusDev, ProfCertAdolCouns
Miss L M Young, BSc, BTeach Ms Y Zhang, BCom(Hons),
Administration Assistant – Middle Years Mrs J Pennacchia Music Secretary Mrs D A Parke Senior Academic Programs Secretary Ms A S Dowden Academic Secretary/VASS Administrator Ms A M Collacott, DipEd, DipBusSt
Co-Curricular Programs Secretary Ms R M Norman Sports Secretary Ms F Ellis Educational Support Staff Co-ordinator
Mrs J E McCrystal, BEd(Sci) Ms I K McGann BA, PGDipTeach Mr S Miyazawa, PGDipTeach Mr C J Moore Miss M A Nicholls,
LLB(Hons), PGDipTeach, MTeach
Mc C M McGowan,
Administration Assistant – Outdoor Education Mrs S M Carroll
Mrs M M Nolan, BA, DipEd Ms A K Norton Miss C Parodi, BHumMvmt Mrs H Perrone, BAppSc(AppChem),
Library Staff Ms T Bruhn Mrs C P Bruns, BA(Hons),
Mrs M D Canals, AssocDip
Mrs F Petroulias, BCom, DipEd Mr D A Plumb,
Mrs S J Lowe, BA, DipEd, MEd,
PostGradCertBus&IT Ed, BA(Hons)BusAdmin, HigherNatDipBusFinance
Mr S A Pratt, BA, PostGradDipEd Mr R J Prince, BEc, DipEd, GradDipSecStudies, GradDipInfo&CommTechEd
Miss J S Ranasinghe, BSc, GradDipEd, MTeach
Ms P V Rao, BA/LLB,
GradDip(Secondary Teaching), MTeach(Sec)
Head of Library Services Mrs W C Logan, DipT, GradDip(Information Services)
MEd (Teacher Librarianship)
Ms R T Phung, BEd(Sec) Mrs M L Ritchie, DipLibInfoServ Ms D M Tannock, BA(Lib&InfoSc), AssocDipSocSc(Lib & InfoSc)
Laboratory Manager Mrs J A Kelly,
Laboratory Technician Ms S J White, BSc Food Technology Assistant Mrs G E Gilham Studio Assistant Ms K J Buck School Receptionist Ms J L Collum Health Centre Mrs R M Dawe, Nurse in Charge, Registered Nurse Div 1
Mrs T H Hume Mrs K M Maule, Registered Nurse Div 1
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Grounds & Maintenance Property Manager Mr J W Atherton, DipCivEng Grounds Manager Mr B M Geraghty Maintenance Manager Mr S L Testolin Grounds & Maintenance Staff Mr T W Fahey Mr S Pachis Mr R J Patterson Mr J Sinadino Mr M Schoen Facilities Support Mr G Emmins Catering Coordinator Mrs K J Burns Catering Assistant Mrs A Stone
Staff on Extended Leave Mrs A S Gokhale, BSc, GDipEd(Sec)
Mrs J M Driscoll, BEd(EarlyChildhood & Primary)
Mrs S L Ispanovic Ms J M Halpin, BA, BTeach Mrs G Angelovski, Registered Nurse Div 1
Ms D Tims, BA, BTeach Ms K Fyvie, Registered Nurse Div 1 Mrs K M Pearson Mrs A J Stock, BSc, BTeach
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The 2016 Community Report of Ivanhoe Grammar School