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Ivanhoe Grammar School Report to Community 2012



The provision of this Community Report, on the activities of Ivanhoe Grammar School during the 2014 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. Most importantly, at this time the School is clearly focused on its future, given the celebration of our Centenary year of operation in 2015 and the fact that the students who entered the first year of Secondary school in 2010 will be the graduating class in our Centenary year. 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 2016). Measurement, where possible, and reporting to progress are key features of the Action (Operational) Plan.

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 importance of understanding how learning occurs and how to maximise its effectiveness for each individual

The changing role of the Teacher to a Learning Facilitator who helps students understand the process of learning and, through this, develop interpersonal, cross-cultural and teamwork skills

The use of technology to enrich the learning environment

The flexible use of time as a component of learning and,

The need for effective pastoral care in the context of rapid social change.

The School’s Strategic Plan outlines the vision and philosophical foundation covering the period to 2016 and will provide the basis for the continuing provision of outstanding education into our next 100 years of existence.

The Board of Governors 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.

As part of the School’s Strategic Plan, Vision 2015 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.

Roderick D Fraser

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Chairman Mr P T Kempen,

Mr R D Fraser,



Vice Chairman




Mr D M Golden (‘77),

Dr A Caples, PhD

Mr N T Faulkner,

Mr J Dunstan, MBL, MRiskMgt

Mr D Proietto (‘96),

Mrs S Ivory

Mr M J S Lochran,

Ms C J Brown,

BLaws(Hons), BCom



Mr L C Miles,


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Education Advisor to the Board Professor J McKenzie AM, BSc(Hons), PhD


Executive Team Deputy Principal/ Head of The Ridgeway Campus

Deputy Principal/ Head of Plenty Campus

Mr G F Foley,

Mrs D L Sukarna,

Head of Buckley House

Business Manager

BEd, DipT


BEd, MEdLeadership

Mr R J Feben,

Director of Senior Academic Programs Mrs M J Supple, BSc, DipEd, MEdSt

Manager - Principal’s Administration Ms V P Birrell,

DipBusAdmin [Until July]

Director of Development Mrs A E Cooper,

BSc(Hons), ALGM, FEdPlus

BEd, DipEd(PriT), FACEL

Mr L C Miles,

Director of Admissions & Community Engagement Mr P J Walsh,

DipT, BEd, MA(IntEd), MEd(EdMgt), FEdPlus

Human Resources Manager Mrs R J Congleton, BA(Hons), MAHRI

Middle Years Curriculum Coordinator Mr G N Chapman,

DipT, GradDipEd(CompEd)

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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: •

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

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.

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

Our Mission is underpinned by our Organisational and Community Values.

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, and

Maintain a leadership culture that allows every member of its community to excel in their chosen area of endeavour.

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We acknowledge the diversity of voices within our community and grant each voice the encouragement and freedom to be heard.


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.


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.


We respect self-discipline, effort and commitment in all pursuits and approach learning with thoughtfulness and curiosity.


We strive for honesty and integrity in all dealings with and between students and staff.


We celebrate the range and variety of experiences on offer at our School.


We will provide a safe working environment without risk to health within the Ivanhoe community.


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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KEY OBJECTIVES Four Key Objectives underpin the operation of the School in light of our Strategic Plan. These Objectives are:





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.

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.

Senior Years Centre, Plenty Campus

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Employ, retain and professionally develop our staff, given their key role in the success of the School’s overall mission.

Ensure the financial strength of the School in order to support sustainable growth, including improvements in facilities and programs.

VALUE ADDED The School’s skilled staff have a commitment to provide a broad and balanced education for all students knowing that on leaving school they will live and work in a diverse global community. An Ivanhoe education begins in the classroom where a love of learning is fostered, personal best is promoted and students are provided with the critical skills to become confident and independent learners. It then moves well beyond four walls and academic excellence, to personal growth, commitment and responsibility. The School’s educational philosophy is underpinned by the ambitious goals of Round Square. As a member of Round Square, a worldwide network of like-minded schools, Ivanhoe offers its students many opportunities that focus on the Round Square IDEALS pillars of: •

International Understanding


Environmental Awareness




We believe that this emphasis, together with full engagement in the academic, co-curricular and sporting program, develops in students the foundation to make valued contributions to the world in which we live. In particular it promotes: •

The mindset ability to embrace a lifetime of learning

The development of a set of values and a code of ethics

Responsibility, respect and care for humanity

The skills and confidence needed for effective service and leadership, and

A global perspective on society and the environment.

Not all of these elements of our broad and balanced education can be easily measured but through qualitative feedback from students, both present and past, we are confident that an Ivanhoe education adds value.

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Launched in October 2008, Vision 2015 provides a forward thinking curriculum structure for the School. Key features of Vision 2015 are: •

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

A continued major international focus, and

Maximising the benefits of our multi-campus status.

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-of-classroom 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 2015 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 2015 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.

Our challenge is to ensure that the broad curriculum: •

Is academically rigorous and challenging

Fosters personal, moral and spiritual awareness and understanding

Develops a breadth of life skills

Balances essential knowledge with a choice of pathways including the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and the International Baccalaureate (IB), and

Is underpinned by our membership of Round Square.

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WELLBEING REVIEW The significant focus provided by the School in terms of an international outlook will continue under Vision 2015. In addition to the current initiatives that exist (Round Square, our involvement in Cambodia, increasing internationalising of curriculum content), a number of initiatives such as 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 launch of the Ivanhoe Diploma and work towards accreditation with the Council of International Schools were implemented, reviewed and strengthened during the year. 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 have taken place in the past 12 months and the recommendations will be implemented in the years ahead. These Reviews include the following:

2014 was a year of infusing the principles of Positive Education into our everyday practice. Staff worked closely with Professor Lea Waters from the University of Melbourne. Professor Waters is a registered psychologist and is currently the Director of the Gerry Higgins Chair of Positive Psychology at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She continued to work with the Wellbeing Steering Committee to ensure clear and effective strategic direction was established. A whole-school approach to wellbeing was established with two key strands, namely, embedding wellbeing into School life and the explicit teaching of wellbeing within the curriculum in the form of a new integrated faith and wellbeing subject for Years 7 to 9. This subject, Faith Ethics and Attitudes, is a core Middle Years subject which uses a Positive Education lens to investigate matters of Religion, Spirituality and Ethics. The Wellbeing curriculum was developed, written and implemented across Years 7 – 12. We continued to create an environment that fosters and promotes wellness, gratitude, character strengths, mindfulness, hope and resilience in the students that we work with. Teachers embedded and encouraged language that is underpinned by Positive Education in their dealing with students. We will continue to foster engagement amongst our students in 2015 and encourage them to achieve their personal best through adopting a Growth Mindset approach and, ultimately, equip them with the competencies to enable them to fulfil their life purpose.

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STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT In the 21st Century, teachers are very fortunate to have such a diverse range of professional learning opportunities available to them. The Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) requires all teachers in Victoria to undertake 20 hours of professional learning each year to maintain their VIT teacher registration. At Ivanhoe Grammar School the purpose of professional development is to ‘improve teacher practice in order to maintain and improve student outcomes’. Whilst a minimum of 20 hours of PD is required by our teachers each year, we encouraged our staff to ensure that their PD hours are effective and that the professional learning they undertake is in context. The professional learning Ivanhoe staff undertake must align with school, campus, curriculum and wellbeing goals as well as individual goals linked to the VIT teaching standards. The Internet as a 21st Century learning tool has provided the School’s teachers with great flexibility in their learning. Blogs, Social Media and online newsletters and courses, YouTube clips have all allowed PD to be immediate, current and available when and where teachers want to access it. In 2013, the School established the Ivanhoe Grammar School Professional Development Centre on Lower Heidelberg Road. The PD Centre allows our teaching staff: •

The versatility of having an off-campus PD site, whilst having all the benefits of being close to the campus. Staff can use and access the technology they are familiar with (eg. wifi, photocopying, printing, data projectors).

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To work more collaboratively. Staff can attend PD sessions/courses conducted by our own staff. This allows us to tap into the accumulated and vast expertise of teaching professionals within our School. We can also bring in the experts to train and develop our staff in teams.

A few examples from the PD centre in 2014 include: Andrew Douch: ‘Flipped and Blended Learning’. Flipped Learning uses technology to create audio casts and screencasts of teaching - essentially digital lessons! Andrew conducted his external one day seminar to 26 staff over two afternoons in the PD centre. This allowed teaching staff to learn and trial in a collaborative environment. This PD was so successful it was repeated at Plenty Campus. Professor Stephen Heppell presented to a number of staff. Professor Heppell is a leading voice on the role of ICT in learning and is Professor of New Media Environments at the Centre for Excellence in Media Practice. He heads his own policy, research and practice consultancy which advises governments and national agencies throughout the world on the strategic development of ICT. Staff members were buzzing with ideas from this workshop and Stephen’s ‘feet on the ground, eyes on the future’ approach was provocative, scary and logical all at the same time. As a designer of new schools and school environments, Professor Heppell was very impressed by our PD centre and hinted at incorporating the idea into his future schools!



The Ivanhoe 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 the 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.

Confirming our commitment to International Education and the development of Global Citizens, Ivanhoe Grammar School has committed to attain International Certification in 2015. This certification recognises the delivery of high quality international programs in schools around the world which enables students and alumni to be active participants and leaders in a rapidly changing and interdependent world. Staff across the School continued to work in teams reviewing, improving and refining our International Programs throughout 2014.

A student who is recognised by being awarded an Ivanhoe Citizenship 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, and

Intercultural Understanding; combining Internationalism, intercultural awareness and engagement.

The Ivanhoe Diploma was awarded to a number of students in 2014, but will be officially launched at the beginning of 2015.

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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 with over 2000 students. With most enrolment places allocated in our key point of entry, Year 7 2014, there are still over 700 students across the campuses who are listed on the Schools’ Enrolment Waiting List for 2016, indicating a high degree of parent satisfaction with the School.

During 2014 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 2014 was 93 per cent, with the average attendance rate (based on the average number of days attended per member of the teaching staff) during 2014 being 96.9 per cent. The School spent $179,767.00 on professional development for teaching staff in 2014 and the average expenditure per teacher was $820.00.

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A further indication of parental satisfaction is the continued increase in forward enrolments, which led to the School’s decision to bring forward the introduction of an extra class for girls at Year 7 at The Ridgeway Campus, a year ahead of schedule. The School started the 2014 year with four classes of boys and four classes of girls entering Year 7. 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 Campus. Year 12 students are encouraged to undertake the Year 12 Exit Survey. In addition, Principal’s Student Forums are held throughout the year to discuss issues of major interest to students.


ArtsEdge at Locksley, The Ridgeway Campus

Quite a number of Capital Works were undertaken during the 2014 school year including the following: •

Opening of the Administration building at Plenty Campus

New Entrance to the Gymnasium at Plenty Campus completed

Completion and official opening of ArtsEdge at Locksley at the Ivanhoe Campus

Plenty Chapel – transported and refurbished

Turning of the sod for the Senior Years/Science building at Plenty Campus, and

Ongoing works to improve the landscaping of our School.

Administration Building, Plenty Campus

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The average student attendance across all campuses of the School was 95 per cent. The proportion of Year 9 students retained to Year 12 was 78.5 per cent. This is based on a Year 9 enrolment in 2011 of 228 and the number of those students completing Year 12 in 2014 being 179. The proportion of Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 students meeting National Benchmarks can be seen in the tables below.

Year 3

2014 2013 2012 2011




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Year 5

2014 2013 2012 2011

Year 7

2014 2013 2012 2011

Year 9

2014 2013 2012 2011

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CONSOLIDATED RESULTS Students completing their Year 12 studies at Ivanhoe Grammar School in 2014 again performed to an exceptionally high standard. There were over 200 students who completed either the VCE or IB Diploma. Overall 30 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 53 per cent of students achieved an ATAR equivalent of 80 or above, placing them in the top 20 per cent of the state. Students also achieved 20 perfect study scores across a range of VCE and IB subjects.

Consolidated VCE and IB 2014 Results - 235 students:













95+ 90+ 80+ 50+

18% 34% 53% 91%

16% 30% 56% 94%

16% 34% 57% 96%

15% 31% 57% 95%

13% 20% 42% 91%

Further details, including University destinations, can be found on page 17.

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2014 INCOME &

2014 Expenditure


Salaries, Superannuation and other oncosts Academic Expenses (inc Composite Fee Expenses)


Finance and Interest Costs

1% 3%

Communication and Development



2% 2%

Operations & Utilities (inc maintenance, electricity, gas and water costs) Administration Expenses (inc insurance, subscriptions and telephone costs) IT Expenses (inc infrastructure, software licencing and support) Scholarships & Concessions



2014 Income 2% 17%


Subject & Other Fees (inc Composite Fee Income)


State and Federal Government Grants 74%

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Other Income (inc IPL seminar income, donations)


ACHIEVERS Ivanhoe takes you places LOOKING BACK AT A GREAT YEAR IN 2014 2014 VCE and IB Results


Comprising both campuses, based on equivalent ATAR rank. 60 50

Ivanhoe Grammar School State Average

40 30

Captains of Ivanhoe Grammar School

20 10

From the Principal 0

2014 was another successful year for Ivanhoe Grammar School




students undertaking the VCE or International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. Students again performed to an exceptionally high standard with many achieving their personal best. Congratulations to the Dux of The Ridgeway Campus, Sarah Webster who achieved an ATAR of 99.85 and Dux of Plenty Campus, Selby Rogers who achieved an ATAR of 97. There were 235 students who completed either the VCE or IB Diploma in 2014. Overall 18% of students scored an ATAR equivalent of 95 or above, placing them in the top 5% of the State and 34% achieved an

Pathways to University Comprising both campuses, based on first round offers. Victoria University 1% Private Provider 2% The University Australian Catholic University 3% of Melbourne TAFE 4% 32% Swinburne University 4% Deakin University 7%

ATAR of 90 (top 10% of the State). In addition 53% of students achieved an ATAR equivalent of 80 or above, consistent with the past three years. Students also achieved 20 perfect study scores across a range

Monash University 11%

of VCE and IB subjects. I invite you to read about some of the individual achievements of our Class of 2014 overleaf.

La Trobe University 16%

RMIT 20%

Rod Fraser CRICOS 00147C

Below is a selection of our students who have embraced the opportunities provided by the School with some highlights of their individual successes. Sarah Webster Sarah Webster, the Dux of The Ridgeway Campus received an ATAR rank of 99.85, placing her in the top 1% of the State. Since joining Ivanhoe Grammar School, Sarah has performed to a very high standard across all subject areas and received a Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award, demonstrating dedication and commitment to her studies. Sarah is a gifted musician, was Captain of Music and she received a variety of Academic Achievement Awards. She embraced all aspects of life throughout her time at Ivanhoe and complemented her academic endeavours with pursuits in Basketball, Volleyball, Kayaking and Cadets. Sarah was amongst the first group of students to receive the Ivanhoe Diploma and received 88% in first year university Maths in 2014. She hopes to study Science at The University of Melbourne and couple this with a Music Diploma.

Lukas Anagnostou Lukas Anagnostou achieved an ATAR rank of 99.8 placing him in the top 1% of the State. Since commencing at the School in Year 7, Lukas remained a consistently high achiever and made the most of academic and co-curricular opportunities on offer at Ivanhoe. Displaying a keen interest and aptitude for Mathematics and Science, Lukas was the Dux of Mathematics in Year 11, received VCE Subject Awards in Physics, Mathematics, and Psychology and was also the Dux of Year 11. In addition to his academic achievements, Lukas was a valued member of the Hockey team and Cadet Unit. In 2014 Lukas attained a perfect subject score of 50 for Maths Methods and aims to study Mathematics and Physics at The University of Melbourne.

Nathaniel Sgambellone Nathaniel Sgambellone received an ATAR of 99.75 which placed him in the top 1% of the State. During his time at the School Nathaniel performed extremely well and achieved a number of Academic Achievement Awards. He was Dux of The Ridgeway Campus in Year 8 and Year 10 and in Year 11 he was awarded Dux of Humanities, was Sherwood House Leader, Outdoor Education Camp Leader and received a VCE Subject Award for History (Revolutions). In 2014 he demonstrated excellent oratory skills during The Greenway Cup debate and was recognised for Adventure, Leadership and Service with a Gold IDEALS Award. Nathaniel achieved a perfect subject score of 50 for English and has been offered a full scholarship at Monash University. He will study a Bachelor of Arts as part of the BA Scholars Program undertaking a double major in International Relations and History and a minor in French.

Robin (Chun Hei) Ng International Baccalaureate student, Robin Ng, achieved an ATAR of 98.8. Robin contributed to the life of the School in a number of areas including charity work, sport and humanities and achieved the David Atkinson Humanities Award in 2011. An enthusiastic and engaged learner, Robin was also an award-winning Japanese student, achieving an Australian Language Certificate with High Distinction. Robin plans to study a Bachelor of Commerce with a breadth component of Civil Engineering at The University of Melbourne.

Selby Rogers Dux of Plenty Campus, Selby Rogers achieved an ATAR rank of 97 which placed him in the top 3% of the State. Throughout his time at Ivanhoe, Selby achieved excellent academic results, particularly in Mathematics and Science. In the Senior Years Selby achieved a High Distinction in the Australian National Chemistry Quiz, the ICAS Science Competition and the ICAS Mathematics Competition. Selby also complemented his academic pursuits with a variety of co-curricular activities such as Cadets, Round Square IDEALS and was also an integral member of the Ivanhoe Rugby and Basketball teams.

Rebecca Angelkoska Rebecca Angelkoska commenced at the School in Year 7 and immediately made her mark as an enthusiastic and hardworking student, achieving an ATAR of 95.05. Rebecca was captain of Plenty Campus and represented the School in a variety of academic and co-curricular activities. She was a member of the Debating team, the Student Representative Council, School Musicals, Cadet Unit and received a number of awards during her time at Ivanhoe, including the FO Watts Prize for Leadership and Service, The Villawood Visual Arts Prize and a VCE Subject Award for Visual Communications and Design. Rebecca cites the Cambodia Service Project as a major highlight in her time at the School and she is planning to study a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Melbourne.

Ivanhoe Grammar School Buckley House, Co-educational ELC – Year 6 The Ridgeway, Ivanhoe, 3079 Plenty Campus, Co-educational Prep to Year 12 VCE 730 Bridge Inn Road, Mernda, 3754 The Ridgeway Campus, Co-educational Years 7 to 12 VCE, IB The Ridgeway, Ivanhoe, 3079 Phone: (03) 9490 1877 email: /IvanhoeGrammarSchool

@ivanhoegrammar CRICOS 00147C




STAFF LISTING Board of Governors Chairman

Mr P T Kempen, FCA

Director of Development

Collections Manager



Mrs A E Cooper, BSc(Hons), ALGM,

Director of Senior Academic Programs


Ms M J Supple, BSc, DipEd, MEdSt


Middle Years Curriculum Coordinator

Mr R D Fraser, BCom, DipEd,

Vice Chairman

Mr D M Golden, BComm, CPA, MCIT, FAICD


Mr N T Faulkner, BBus, FCA


Mr L C Miles, MBA, CPA,

BBus(Acc), GIA(Cert), MAICD, AIMM

Mr G N Chapman, DipT, GradDipEd(CompEd)

Human Resources Manager

Mrs R J Congleton, BA(Hons), MAHRI

Manager – Principal’s Administration


Ms V P Birrell, DipBusAdmin


Business Centre & Administration

Dr A Caples, PhD Mr J Dunstan, MBL, MRiskMgt Mrs S Ivory Mr M J S Lochran, FAIQS, Mr D Proietto, BLaws(Hons),

[Until July]


Ms C J Brown, LLB, BA, GradDipBA, FAICD

Education Advisor

Professor J McKenzie AM, BSc(Hons), PhD

Principal Mr R D Fraser, BCom, DipEd, FACE, FACEL

Principal’s Executive Team Business Manager

Mr L C Miles, MBA, CPA,

BBus(Acc), GIA(Cert), MAICD, AIMM

Finance Manager

Miss J M Smith, ACA, BBus(Acc)

Senior Administrator

Mr M J Dorgan, BCom, BEd, TSTC

Risk Manager

Ms B L Dooley, MEnvSci,

BEdSec(EnvSci), TAECert (IV), RMIA

Executive Assistant to the Principal Mrs B R Stewart [From Oct]

Assistant to Principal’s Administration

Mr D G Waugh, RFD, BSc(Ed), BEd, CBiol, MIBiol, MAIBiol, MACE, FACEA(Vic)

Personal Assistant to the Business Manager

Mr D M Reynolds, BEc,

Administration Assistant – Events & Logistics

Alumni Coordinator

Ms E M Dunstan, BA, DipEd

Executive Officer Centenary Mr G C Brown

Ms S K Mileto

Administration Assistant – Calendar & Planning Ms K J Mason

Cadets Administration Miss V M Jones, RFD

Telephonist/ Administrative Assistants

Ms K Rolls Ms R A Blackbourn

Information & Communications Technology Director of ICT & eLearning

Mr S E Brophy, BAppSci(PhysEd), MEd

Director of Systems & Infrastructure

Mr W A Mattson, DipInfoTech, MCTS

Development Communications & Marketing Manager

Ms R M Byrom, CAMCertMktg/ Comms, DipBDMA, CertIVProfWriting&Editing

Community Relations Manager Ms T A Kitchen


Ms M J McKay

International Registrar

Technical Lead – Ivanhoe Connect

Mr D W McCraw, BCompSc

Database Manager

Mrs L S Davis

ICT Network Administrator

Mr D Lieu, BE(Chem),

GradDip(Computing Studies) [Until August]

Mr M P Wojcieszak, BS(CompSc&Eng)

Web Application Developer

Mrs T G Lynch

Mr J J Boyle-Petrie

Administration Assistant – Admissions

Plenty Campus IT Coordinator

Ms M M Mellas

Mr R Rice

Client Support Coordinator


Mrs D L Sukarna, BEd,

Mrs M L Chessell Ms C M Green

Communications & Mrs M J Hawkeswood Marketing Coordinator Ms S N Bryant, BA, Senior Client Support GradCertMedia&Comm, Technician DipProfWriting&Editing

Deputy Principal/ Head of The Ridgeway Campus

Accounts Assistant

Communications & Marketing Assistants

Deputy Principal/Head of Plenty Campus DipEd(PriT), FACEL

Mr G F Foley, BEd, MEdLeadership

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), FEdPlus

Ms K Feist

Ms Y Hayward

HR & Payroll Services

Miss S L Degiorgio, BWriting&Publishing

Mr D B Jordan, BBus(Acc), CPA

Miss A H Gilbert,

Human Resources Assistant

Ms R Good,

Mrs S L Naus

Accounts Payable Officer Mrs L M Power

Accounts Payable Assistant Mrs S L Ispanovic

BAppSc(Consumer Science), BEd(Primary), AdvDipBus(PR) [From June] DipProfWriting&Editing [Until June]

Development Administrator

Mr E R Maassen

IT Services Support Technician Mr A Farag, BCompSc

Audio Visual/ Multimedia Manager

Mr A G Bonnici, DipVocEd&Train

Print Room

Mrs L I Bullock Mrs S M Carroll

Mrs R J Groenewegen, BEd

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Professional Learning & Development

Numeracy Coordinator Mrs R J Chandler, DipT, MEd

Instrumental Music Coordinator

Mrs F R Chindamo, BEdMusic

Director of Staff Learning Chaplain Mrs K L Sewell, BAppSc,

Mr P R Keuneman, BMin

GradDipEd, MEd

PD & PPD Administrator Mrs P Welham

Academic Staff

Administration Assistant Mrs A E Breteler, DipT, GradDipEd Mrs A K Rooke


Mrs D M Capuano, BTeach, GradDipEd

Mr J W Coleman, BA, Teach(Hon) Miss S M Edwards, BEd Mrs K E Ellis, BEd(Primary) Ms W K Goodman, BEd, DipT, PostGradCert(ProfDev)

Senior Staff Head of Buckley House Mr R J Feben, BEd, DipT

Deputy Head of Buckley House

Mrs A K Downing, DipEd(Prim), BEd

Early Learning Centre Manager Mrs N Dagley, BEd, DipT, GradDipEdStud (Junior Primary), GradCertEarlyChildhood Teaching

Managers Individual Student Programs Coordinator

Miss M A Greenslade, BEd Ms J M Halpin, BA, BTeach Mrs K L Harding, BEd, DipT, TTC Mrs L E Hayes, DipT, GradDipEdSt Ms A Iles, BEd, DipT Miss S Kennedy, AssocDipSocSc(CCStud), BECStud

PLENTY CAMPUS Senior Staff Deputy Principal/ Head of Campus

Mrs D L Sukarna, BEd, DipEd(Primary T)

Deputy Head of Plenty Campus

Mrs R L Rowe, BA, DipEd

Head of Plenty Primary Mr D J Gibson, BA, BT

Mr T J Braddy, BEd

Level Manager (Years 5 & 6)

Mr A M Parke, BA, BTeach

Level Manager – Specialists

Ms G M Molinaro, DipT, GradDipEdAdmin

Literacy Coordinator (Prep to Year 2)

Mrs J M Britten, DipT, BEd(TESOL), GradDipMulticulturalEd

Administration Assistant Mrs D Collier

Sick Bay Attendant/ Administration Assistant Mrs J E Walker

ELC Assistants

Mrs R H O’Keeffe, BA, BEd, MEd

Year 8

Mr S B Crawshay, BASc(Human

Mrs K E Horsford, BA, DipEd

GradDip(PE & OEd)

Ms N Simpson, BTeach(Primary), BEd

MEd(Leadership & Curriculum)

Mrs N Hutchings, BA, TSTC [Until June]

Mr K R Wigley, BEd, DipEd


The Reverend W A Grant, BMin, GradDipEd

IDEALS Co-Curricular Programs Coordinator Mr R J Summerton, DipT(PhysEd), GradDip (OEd)

Mrs V Creed, BMus(Perf),

GradDipEd, GradDip Public Relations, M.A.C.E

Secondary Sport Coordinator

Ms K J Hibbert, BSc, DipEd

VCE Coordinator

Mr G R Place, BSc, DipEd, GradDipCompSc

Individual Needs Coordinator

Mrs F P Baya Casal, DipChildServ Mrs J M Kane, DipT Mrs M M Tuckett ISP Coordinator Mrs O Webster, BEd, DipT Mrs J A Vanderzweep, Mrs S M Wynne, DipT(Prim), BEd(SpecEd) Dip(Children’s Services)

Year 9

Prep to Year 2

Head of Music

Mrs J A Carr [Until June] Ms C A Elliott

MEd(Leadership & Admin)

Campus Operations/ Timetable

Level Manager (Prep to Year 2) Level Manager (Years 3 & 4)

Mrs S N Scott, BEd(Sc),

Mr L D Dahl, DipEd(Prim),

Personal Assistant to the Primary Sport Coordinator Head of Buckley House/ L D Dahl, DipEd(Prim), Buckley House Secretary Mr GradDip(PE & OEd)


Year 10

Years 3 to 6

Support Staff

Mrs K S Leon, DipEd (PT),

Ms D J Whelan, BA, DipEd, BEd

Mr P K Kendall, BEd, DipT

Mrs H L Page-Wood,

MA(Teaching), BA, DipT, GradDipSpEd, GradDip(Psychology), BSocSc(Psych)Hons

Year 11

Campus Administrator

Careers Advisor



Year 7

Mr J W McInerney, BEd, DipT Mr M N Narkowicz, BEd, DipT Mrs M J Neilson, BEd, BSc Mrs H Swain, BEd, DipT, TPTC Mrs S Tsolakis, BTeach Ms A M Woollard, DipT, BEd

Mrs A Consiglio, DipLib&InfoSc Ms G M Molinaro, DipT,

Mr C D Caracella,

Senior Support Staff

Mr A S Wilson, BA, DipEd,

Library Staff

Year 12

Movement), BSc(Mathematics), DipEd

Mr D P McClean, Post Grad DipEd Admin, MEd, BEd, Dip Primary Teaching

Level Managers

Subject & Faculty Heads Commerce (SY)

Mr G E Hodges, BEc, DipEd

English (SY)

Mr G A White, BA, DipEd

English (MY)

Mrs C J Richmond, BA, BEd

Faith, Ethics & Attitude Ms P C Lidgett, BA, GradDipEd


Mrs A M Burton, BA, DipEd

Health & Physical Education Mr A S Luscombe,

BAppSc(HumanMovementStudies – Education), MAppSc(Sports Coaching)


Ms J L Bellamy, BA, DipEd


Ms K McLay, BA, DipEd


Mr J L Capuano, MEd, BEd(Sc), GradDipBus


Mr A N Hoogenraad, BSc(Hons), GradDipPhys&Ed

Visual Arts & Technology

Mr L G Dalton, BEd(Visual Arts)

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Academic Staff Mrs V Baldwin, BTeach, BEd Miss E R Bodycoat, BEd Mr A J Burton, BA Hons, PGCE Mrs C Cassandro, BSc, DipEd(Biology/French)

Mr J L M Chappel, BA(Music Theatre), MTeach

Ms K Y T Cheng,

BEdHons(Primary), DipModernLanguages (Japanese)

Support Staff Personal Assistant to the Head of Campus


Ms H Clarkson

Senior Staff

Secretary to the Head of Primary/Head of Secondary

Deputy Principal/ Head of Campus

Ms S L Whitehead

Mr G F Foley, BEd, MEdLeadership

Mrs S N Cracknell, BEd Mrs M Delaney, BA, GradDipEd Mr S W DeLany, BSc, BScEd Mrs J M Driscoll,

Administration Manager

Head of Middle Years/ Deputy Head of Campus

Ms K J Jackson, BA, DipEd, CertLA,

Academic Secretary/ VASS Administrator

BEd(EarlyChildhood & Primary)

Mrs J M Harrison, BA (Lib), Grad Dip Bus Mgt

Mrs S Batsanis, BA, DipEd, CertMiddleYearsLeadership, CertCounsellingSkills

Mrs J M Villanti

Head of Senior Years/ Deputy Head of Campus

Ms D Kalatzis, DipT, CertA Ms A Luberto Ms S A MacEwan, DipEd,

Music Secretary

GradDipArts, CertAdolescentCounsell

Mrs L K Marsden Mr L L Mazzocato, BSc, DipEd

Mrs G Angelovski, Registered

Cert IV

Ms A Jones, DipEd, BEd(Primary), CertEarlyChildhood

DipPerfArts, PostGradMvt&Dance

[Until June]

Ms S L McNamara, GradDipEdSt Mr J D Pollard, BSc(Ed), BSc(Hons) Mr A C Ratskos Ms A M Richards Ms P A Russell, BEd(Primary), MEd Mr T Y Shen, BEng(Hons), GradDipTeach

Ms H A Sommer, BMusT(Hons) Mrs P A Swain, BScEd Ms H L Swift, BFineArt, GradDipArt, Craft & Design, GradDipTeach

Ms N Ventrice, BEd, DipT Mrs M C Wels, BSc, DipEd Mrs J C Wheeler, DipEd Miss J L White, BA, BAEd Mr K W Whitechurch, BEd, DipT Mrs K A Yeats, BAppSc(Hons), BEd, GradDipPsych

Miss R M Zammit, BSc, BEd

Library Head of Library Services Ms C E Norwood, MEd, BEd(Lib)

Library Staff

Ms S B McLaughlin, DipSocSc(LibInfo)

Ms J Simpson, CertAppSocSc(LibTech)

Ms N Simpson, BTeach(Primary), BEd

Mrs C Tolley

Psychological Services Ms C M Tighe, BEd(Sec),

Nurse Div 1 [From July]

Mrs A Di Ciocco, BEd(Maths)

Receptionist/ Administration Assistant

Campus Organiser

Grounds &


Mrs J M Scanlon, BEd

Director of Wellbeing

Mrs J A Hewett, MEd, BEd, TPTC, GradDipSpecEd

Mr G R Thomas

Facilities Coordinator Miss A C Motschall

Grounds & Maintenance Staff Mr R W Patterson Mrs M R Truefeldt

Head of Sport

Ms A M Geoghegan,

BSc(OutdoorEd&Sport), PostGradCertEd

VCE Coordinator

Mr E Pearson, BEng, DipEd

IB Coordinator

Mr P J M Hodge, MSoSci, BSci(Hons), DipEd

School Archives Manager BEd(Admin)

Ms A Hlede, BAppSci(PE)

Learning Facilitator – Year 9 Program

Ms H E Marotta, BEd(BusStud)

Transition Coordinator Mrs F Burgess, BSc, DipEd

Manager – TRC Operations

Director of Sport

Mr R H Grant, BSc(Hons), DipEd


Level Managers

Mr N R Buszard, DipEd,

Careers Advisor

Mrs M Staikos, BA, DipEd


The Reverend D Treloar,

Grounds & Maintenance Coordinator

Mr S B Murphy, DipT, ADPA

Senior Support Staff Head of Operations

Mrs S Laws, BSc(Hons), PGCertEd

Head of Theatre & Drama

House Programs Coordinator

Nurse Div 1

Senior Laboratory Technician


Mr G K Harder, BA, DipEd,

Mrs D A Strauss, Registered

Ms L K O’Brien Ms H L Smith, AssocDipBus

Mr S G Carpenter, BMusEd,

Mr T D Byrnes, BEc, DipEd,

Mrs R Barker

Health Centre

Head of Music

BEd(EnvironmentalStudies), BTheology, DipMinistry, MTheologicalStudies [Until June]

Executive Officer IP & F Mr R J Prince,

GradDipInfo&CommTechEd, GradDipSecStudies, DipEd, BEc

Lay Chaplain

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

Mr A C Fox, BCom, DipEd, DipTh

Heads of House

Dean of International Students


Ms L Bruhn, DipT, DipEd(TES OL), MEd(AppliedLinguistics), PostGradCert (Managing a Language Program)

Director of Special Education

Ms A Gleeson, BA, PG DipEd, MEdSt

Head of Co-Curricular Programs Mr C Zois, BEc, DipEd, MEd

Ms K M Wilson, BA, DipEd, MEdMgmt


Mrs M S van Beek, BAppSc(PE)


Mr J A Doman, BA, DipEd


Mr D Naude, BA(Ed)

GradDipBehHealthCare, MPsych(Clinical), MAPS, Registered Psychologist

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Subject & Faculty Heads Art & Design

Ms M G Anwar, HDipT(Sec), Art&Craft)

Commerce (SY)

Mr E M Smithers, BBus,

Ms L Brown, BA, BTeach Mr R K Bullen, DipT,

Mr R J Prince, BEc, DipEd, GradDipSecStudies, GradDipInfo&CommTechEd

Ms W S Chaidir, BEd, MEd Mr P E Cherry, BA(FineArt), DipEd Mrs J L Cracknell, BSc, DipEd Mr N J Cracknell, BA, DPE, TSTC Miss C J Dunstan Mr M J Edgoose, BA, DipEd

Miss J S Ranasinghe, BSc,


(Sec), DipEd(Specific Learning Difficulties), MEd(EdMgmt)

GradDip(Industrial&Employee Relations), GradDipEd

Dr V Ellis, BPharmChem, BSc(Hons),

English (SY)

Ms L Engblom, BEd(Eng/Drama) Ms L O Entwisle, BA(Hons), BSc,

Mrs L M Johnson, BA(Hons), DipEd, PostGradDipArts(Eng), MA(Lit)

English (MY)

Mrs V K Buzzard, BA, DipEd

Faith, Ethics & Attitude Mr I Anderson, BAppSc(PE)

Health & Physical Education

Mr C Branigan, BAppSc(PE)

GradDipEd, PhDChem


Mrs K H Filbey, BAppSc, HomeEc, PostGrad, BEd(Pri&Sec)

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 A D Gibbs, BBusStud, DipTh, DipEd, FAII

GradDipEd, MTeach

Ms P V Rao, BA/LLB,

GradDip(Secondary Teaching), MTeach(Sec)

Ms J M Rhode, BA, DipEd, BEd(TESOL)

Mrs G Shadbolt, BScEd, GradDip(MathsEd), MACEA

Mr C W Shallcross, BEd Ms L Spencer Mr D H Symons Ms R Tascone, BA, DipEd,

PostGradDipApplied(Japanese Linguistics)

Mrs P E Turner, BA, DipEd Mr S C Underwood, BSc, BSc(Ed) Mrs M L Vallury, BA, GradDipEd Mr D A Verrocchi, BA, BEd Mr G R Wade, BEd Mr R B Wallach, BEc, DipEd,


Mr D E Harris Mrs N F Hawthorn Mrs A V Height, BA(Hons), DipEd,

MEd(Applied Linguistics)


Mr S G Carpenter, BMusEd,

Mr B H Hendry, BSc, HDE Mr P A Hogg, DipT Mr B L Ingleton, BEd Mr S T Johnson, BA, BTeach Mr W R Johnson, BA, DipT(Sec) Mrs K A Kempthorne, BA,

Science (SY)

Ms S L M Khalanski Miss C T Lennon, BA,

Humanities (MY)

Ms T C Deguara, BA, GradDipEd, MEd, MACEL


Mrs K van Leest, BSc (Hons), DipEd


Mrs W L McCarry, BSc(Hons), BEd, MA(Ed)

Performing Arts MA(Hons), AAC, MACE

Mrs C V Fry, BSc (Ed)

Science (MY) Ms A Cross, BASc, DipEd


Mr D Atkinson-Buck,

BComp(InfoStud), DipEd, CertIVWorkplace Training&Assessment, GradCert(Maths Studies)





Ms S Andreevski, BA,

DipEd(English/LOTE), GradCert(TESOL)

GradDipComp, MEd(Admin)

Ms S M Wayth, BSc, BScEd Mrs W L Wilkinson, BA, DipEd Miss L M Young Mrs S M Young, DipT, GradDipEd, Ms Y Zhang, BCom(Hons), LLB(Hons), PGDipTeach

Mrs S A Wearne

Middle Years Secretary Mrs E Baker

Administration Assistant – Middle Years Mrs J Pennacchia

Music Secretary

Programs Secretary Ms A S Dowden

Academic Secretary/ VASS Administrator

Mrs D Farrell [Until September] Ms A M Collacott, DipEd, DipBusSt

Co-Curricular Programs Secretary Ms R M Norman

Sports Secretary Head of Library Services

Ms F Ellis

GradDip(Information Services)

Administration Assistant – Outdoor Education

Mrs W C Logan, DipT,

Library Staff

Ms T Bruhn Mrs C P Bruns, BA(Hons),

Mrs S M Carroll

Laboratory Manager



Mrs M D Canals, AssocDip

Dr H Y Li, BA, DipLOTE/TESOL, PhD Mr A-H Lim, BA, DipEd Mr L M Lochran,


Laboratory Technician Mr M S Logan Mrs S J Lowe, BA, DipEd, MEd, MEd Mrs E D Anders,

BAppSc(Phys Ed)

Mr A H MacManus, HDTS, BEd(Arts)

Ms A C Madden, BSc(Hons),

Mrs J A Kelly,

AssocDipAppSci(Laboratory Technology)

(Teacher Librarianship)


Ms R T Phung, BEd(Sec) Mrs M L Ritchie, DipLibInfoServ Ms D M Tannock, BA(Lib&InfoSc),

Food Technology Assistant

AssocDipSocSc(Lib & InfoSc)

Mrs J E McCrystal, BEd(Sci) Mr J D Mestrov Psychological Mr S Miyazawa, PGDipTeach Mr C J Moore Services Miss S A Moskowitz, BA, MTeach Miss M A Nicholls, Mrs A N Parsons, BA, BEd(Couns),

Miss S Aziz, BA(Hons), PgCertEd MEdPsych,MAPS, Registered Psychologist Mr S C Ballantyne, BA, DipEd(Sec) BA(Media&Comm), GradDipEd(Sec) Mrs M M Nolan, BA, DipEd Ms L Souter, BSocSc, MEdPsych, Ms J M Banks, BEd(HEco/Text), MAPS, Registered Psychologist GradDipHumNut Ms J M Patterson, BEd, GradDipGrComm, MEd Mr D D Bastion, BA, DipEd(English/History) Mrs K M Pearson Mr E J Beck, BEd(Sc) Mrs H Perrone, BAppSc(AppChem), Music Staff Mr A Bosua, BA(Maths), HED(Maths), GradDipEd BEd, LTCL, LRSM, UPLM, FTCL Mrs F Petroulias, BCom, DipEd Ms R C Burke, DipMusic, DipEd Mr P H Bowers, BEng, MTeach, Mr D A Plumb, Mr S Djukic, BMus, DipEd(Sec) PgDipTeach(Sec) PostGradCertBus&IT Ed, BA(Hons)BusAdmin, Mr D Kolosov, BMus, HigherNatDipBusFinance MMus(Instrumental Viola&Violin) Mr S A Pratt, BA, PostGradDipEd Mr M J Savage, DipEd, BMus

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Senior Years Secretary

Mr I B Le Page, BA(Hons), DipEd,


Academic Staff

Ms C Foster

Mrs D A Parke Mr G A Wanless, DipT(Tech), CertTT Senior Academic Mr C N Ward, BAppSc(AppPhys), Mr P K Wayth, BA, DipEd,

Mrs P A Shire, BA, DipEd, BEd

Personal Assistant to the Deputy Principal/ Head of The Ridgeway Campus

GradDipLegalStudies, MACE, AIMM

Mr M P Gill, BEd(PE&Biol) Mr R F Gill, BEd(PE) Miss G M Grant, BA, BEd Miss J S Green Mr G K Harder, BA, DipEd,

Humanities (SY)

Support Staff

Mrs G E Gilham

Studio Assistant Ms K J Buck

School Receptionist

Mrs M J Spiteri, DipBusAdm [Until August]

Mrs S T Moon, AssocDipArts(GrDes)

Health Centre

Mrs R M Dawe, Nurse in Charge, Registered Nurse Div 1

Mrs K M Maule, Registered Nurse Div 1

Ms K Fyvie, Registered Nurse Div 1

Grounds & Maintenance Property Manager

Mr J W Atherton, DipCivEng

Grounds Manager Mr B M Geraghty

Maintenance Manager Mr S L Testolin

Events, Functions & Logistics Manager Mr B Swaby

Catering Coordinator Mrs K J Burns

Facilities Support Coordinator Mr M Mohtadi

Grounds & Maintenance Staff Mr D B Andersen Mr M J Bates Mr S Pachis Mr N E Pinder Mr J Sinadino Mr M Schoen

Traffic Safety Officer Mrs W V Mitchell

Staff on Extended Leave Ms C M Allen, BA(Hons)EnglishLit, PostGradCert(Ed)

Ms J V Boer, BA(Hons), GradDipEd Mrs J E Boyle, BBSci, GradDipEd(Sec), MEd

Mrs N J Braddy, BEd(Primary) Ms W J Campbell, BMusEd(Hons), GradCertCathStud

Ms R Good, DipProfWriting&Editing Mrs K J Parton, BEd (Primary), BAppSpSc

Mrs M J Spiteri, DipBusAdm Mrs A J Stock, BSc, BTeach Ms D Tims, BA, BTeach Ms D Tosevska, AdvDipAppSc(Lab Tech)

Ms B J Welsh, DipT,

GradDipAppSc(Teacher Librarianship), PostGradCert (TESOL)

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Ivanhoe Campus

The Ridgeway, Ivanhoe 3079

Plenty Campus

730 Bridge Inn Road, Mernda 3754 +61 3 9490 1877

IGS Community Report 2014