COMMUNITY REPORT | 2017
“FIDELIS USQUE AD MORTEM”
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From the Principal Gerard Foley
Board of Governors
»» Purpose, Ethos, Principles »» Priorities
High Quality Learning
»» Establishment of a new University Campus »» Curriculum Structures »» Pastoral Changes »» Global Citizenship Centre »» Ivanhoe Diploma
Attributes of an Ivanhoe Learner
Engaged Community – Parent, Student and Teacher Satisfaction
High Quality Learning – Student Outcomes and Consolidated Results
Sustainable Operations – Income and Expenditure
»» Appraisal for Growth »» Staff Professional Engagement »» CIS International Certification
»» An Ivanhoe Learner
Celebrating the Class of 2017
Staff List 2017
Sustainable Operations – Capital Improvements in 2017
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FROM THE PRINCIPAL The provision of this Community Report on the activities of Ivanhoe Grammar School during the 2017 academic year, forms part of a series of communication with parents and other stakeholders within the School family to assist them in understanding our operations, achievements and outcomes. From its inception, Ivanhoe Grammar School has been built around the key principle of developing young people of character. Our founding Principal, Reverend Sydney Buckley, made the following comment not long after the School was established in 1915: “In a recent issue of a daily newspaper, character training was described as a sideline in education. It is not a sideline, it is the very core of education”. In looking at the development of a new Strategic Plan, the School remains committed to this fundamental principle of developing young women and men who have moral character, performance character and civic character, so that they can be the best version of themselves. To achieve this we need to continue to provide a breadth of experiences. We need to tap into the interests
and passion of all young people whether it is on the stage, in sporting arenas, in the sciences, mathematics or humanities or undertaking service learning experiences locally or internationally. We also need to broaden our vision regarding the capabilities students require in the 21st Century and have developed the essential learning of an Ivanhoe education – academic excellence, personal growth and global citizenship. While Mathematics, Science, English, Humanities and the like remain critical components of an Ivanhoe education, so too is a new set of basics including Innovation, Enterprise, Creativity, Digital and Financial Literacy and Global Awareness. Progressively these fundamental capabilities will be built into our curriculum as part of a newly developed Ivanhoe Learning and Teaching Framework. In looking to the future, it is important to reflect upon what an Ivanhoe Education sets to achieve. ‘The Times’ Higher Education in England recently initiated a debate around the topic that provided an excellent starting position.
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The purpose of education is to: »» Promote passion for engagement and learning »» Grow humanity, empathy and corroborative intent »» Stimulate curiosity, imagination and a futures orientation
To this end, and in continuing to invest in learning and staff, a new curriculum and co-curriculum structure is being introduced across the Secondary School at both the Plenty and Ivanhoe campuses in 2018. The changes in curriculum and co-curriculum leadership structures across the School are seen as an opportunity to elevate teaching and learning; and to adopt a two tiered model focusing on both quality assurance and improved ways of teaching.
»» Develop the skills to become confident, independent decision makers able to shape our future »» Build resilience and introduce the “joy” of falling forwards »» Induct into different cultures and worlds. Clearly, quality learning is a cornerstone of our new Strategic Plan and, as everyone knows, the key determinate of quality learning at any school is quality teachers. Hence, a key focus of our recently ratified Strategic Plan is to continue to grow the capacity of our teachers, so that in an open entry school, they can provide the best possible learning environment and outcomes for all Ivanhoe Grammar School students.
In another exciting development, and as communicated in Term 3, Ivanhoe Grammar School signed an agreement with La Trobe University with respect to the establishment of the Ivanhoe Grammar School University Campus for Year 9 students. From the 2019 academic year, our Year 9 students from both the Plenty and Ivanhoe campuses will come together to experience a hybrid University School experience that will challenge and inspire them; providing them with new and exciting opportunities that involve deeper learning in preparation for their VCE or IB structure.
Gerard Foley Principal
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BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Chairman Mr Daniel Proietto
Principal Mr Gerard Foley
LLB(Hons), BComm, MAICD
Treasurer Mr Kevin Teoh
Secretary Mr Leyton Miles
LLB(Hons), BComm, CA
Board Member Dr Amanda Caples BSc(Hons), PhD, GAICD
Board Member Mr Mark Lochran FAIQS, ARMIT
BBus(Acc), CPA, MBA, GIA(Cert) MAICD, MIML
Board Member Mr Jim Dunstan
Vice Chairman Mr Doug Golden BComm(Melb), CPA, FCITL, FAICD
Board Member Ms Catherine Brown
LLB, BA, GradDipBusAdmin, FAICD
Board Member Mrs Sandra Ivory
MRiskMgt, MBusLaw, GAICD
Board Member Ms Tina Savona,
BEc, LLB(Hons), LLM
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Education Advisor Professor John McKenzie AM BSc(Hons), PhD
Business Manager Mr Leyton Miles
BBus(Acc), CPA, MBA, GIA(Cert) MAICD, MIML
Director of Admissions & Community Engagement Mr Paul Walsh
Deputy Principal / Head of Plenty Campus Mr Daniel Brown
BA(Hons), GradDipEd, MEd, MACE, MACEL, FRGS
Director of Development Mrs Astrida Cooper BSc(Hons), ALGM, FEdplus
Deputy Principal / Head of The Ridgeway Campus Mr Brendan Kelly MA(Hons), DipTeach
Head of Buckley House Mr Russell Feben BEd, DipT
DipT, BEd, MA(IntEd), MEd(EdMgt), FEdplus
Head of Human Resources Ms Kimberley Poynton LLB, BA, GradDipMgt
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AN IVANHOE LEARNER
To develop young women and men of character.
An Ivanhoe Learner is the embodiment of a young person of character.
It is our priority to integrate the attributes of an Ivanhoe Learner into every aspect of the learning experience. We do this so that whatever students set out to accomplish, both in school and in life, they will do so in accordance with the traits of a young person of character.
We strive to be courageous, innovative, balanced, collaborative, ethical, reflective and compassionate.
PRINCIPLES »» Learning Excellence »» Personal Growth »» Global Citizenship
PRIORITIES »» High Quality Learning – provide outstanding coeducational learning opportunities »» Exceptional Staff – Recruit, develop and retain high quality staff »» Connectivity and Data Transformation – Optimise the use of technology data to support and redefine learning »» Engaged Community – Deepen, strengthen and grow community »» Develop our resources, infrastructure and environment
From the Early Learning Centre, through to our longest-serving staff, our community of Ivanhoe Learners extends beyond the classroom. Staff, students and families alike are committed to a life of enquiry and learning; from each other and the world around us. Throughout all experiences at Ivanhoe Grammar School – curricular, co-curricular and community – we strive to embody these characteristics, nurture them in our students and lead by example.
Character training… is not a sideline. It is the very core of education. – Founding Principal, Rev. Sydney Buckley, 1915.
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ATTRIBUTES OF AN IVANHOE LEARNER
COURAG EO U
E I N N O VAT I V BALANC E D
E V I T A C O LLABOR
We have the confidence and tenacity to take responsible risks to extend our capacity, persevere when presented with a challenge, and learn from our mistakes.
We value being original and creative in our thinking; being curious and seeking opportunities to introduce new ideas or ways of doing things.
We develop intellectually, physically and emotionally in a balanced way, enhancing wellbeing.
We value the input of others and seek opportunities for shared effort across a range of methodologies and environments.
We value acquiring and building moral judgement in order to be autonomous and responsible.
REFLECT IV E
E T A N O C O MPA S S I
We use our own ideas and experiences and those of others to support our own learning and development.
We take on the feelings and perspectives of others and act intuitively to support them.
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HIGH QUALITY LEARNING ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
Our University Campus is a dedicated Year 9 campus providing students with a year-long university-based learning experience.
A new teaching and learning structure has been successfully introduced across the whole school.
Opening at the start of our 2019 academic year, our University Campus is an Australian-first initiative made possible through our partnership with La Trobe University. At this campus, our students will be given an early taste of university learning that will challenge them, inspire them and prepare them for the next stage of life. Year 9 students from Ivanhoe and Plenty campuses will be relocated each year to our University Campus to take advantage of this unique experience. Our University Campus will be located on the outskirts of La Trobe University in Macleod in newly renovated terraces. These terraces are currently being transformed into modern educational spaces designed specific to the learning needs of Year 9 students. Students will have access to other facilities at La Trobe University and La Trobe academics will contribute to students’ studies through a joint educational program. The partnership between Ivanhoe Grammar School and La Trobe is built on a successful Year 9 program that has run for the past 10 years. What began as a once a year university experience is now a dedicated campus in its own right.
The structure has the dual purpose of developing highly effective pedagogy among our teachers as well as ensuring a high standard of curriculum quality. The new structure »» Two new cross campus directors of learning: »» Director of Academic Learning »» Director of Co-Curricular learning The cross campus directors responsibility is to support the Heads of Campus to ensure high level outcomes are evident in all aspects of secondary learning across the school. »» Four separate learning communities on each secondary campus, each with a leader of pedagogy (Head of Learning) to lead their teams in effective best practice: »» Humanities and Social Sciences »» Languages and Literature »» STEM »» The Arts »» Subject-specific Curriculum Leaders within each of the four learning communities will focus on creating a consistently high quality of curriculum; these roles are critical in quality assurance. While only introduced at the start of the 2018 Academic Year the new model has had a dramatic effect on professional learning priorities, and has been critical in the School’s strategic initiatives surrounding the University Campus. To have a seamless curriculum from Years 7 to 12 across all three campuses will have significant benefits to student learning.
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PASTORAL CHANGES A personalised mentoring program from Years 7 - 12 sees students matched with a personal mentor who helps to develop their wellbeing, academic and futures plan. Stress and uncertainty can be an unwelcome barrier to success in senior years, but our personalised mentoring program adopts a growth-mindset approach. This involves each student reflecting on their personal strengths and putting in place concrete strategies and goals. It also focuses on treating challenges and 'failures' not as barriers but as opportunities for growth on the way to achieving these goals. Our commitment to pastoral care begins with recognising that we all play a role in one another's sense of wellbeing. Teachers at all year levels are trained to help students learn effectively by developing positive attitudes and behaviours. To ensure our students and staff are well supported, we have a pastoral care team including dedicated teachers, school counsellors and school psychologists. A house and peer support system means students always have a network of support at all levels. We also have school chaplains at each campus who are committed to inter-faith and overall wellbeing.
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GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP CENTRE The development of all students as Global Citizens continues to be a core priority of Ivanhoe Grammar School and 2017 has seen some significant developments in this space. The official opening of the Global Citizenship Centre during the year and the dedication of a specific space for Global Citizenship in the Round Square Gallery on The Ridgeway Campus and also in the library at The Plenty Campus was a significant step forward in providing a specific space for facilitating specific programs and activities for both staff and students and also in the near future, community events. This year also saw significant strides made with curriculum development and academic learning. In conjunction with the preparations for the new learning structures for 2018, significant professional development has been provided for staff as curriculum and learning programs are adapted to include a global focus, particularly with the Year 9 programs at the University Campus. This will continue in 2018 as specific Ivanhoe Grammar School global competencies are developed for learning. The launch of the Ivanhoe Learner and its seven attributes also provided a basis for the core philosophy of the global citizenship program.
The launch of the Global Citizenship Centre also enabled the development of many out of class programs and activities to build the capacity of students and teachers. In August 20 students from Years 5-9 across Buckley House, The Ridgeway Campus and Plenty Campus were trained over two days as Global Ambassadors. These student leaders then supported a range of events in the remainder of the year. Of particular note was the professional development session that was run for staff around the United Nations Global Goals, which is a lens being used for the engagement of teachers and staff. As a school, we are excited for 2018 as our global citizenship curriculum and programs will continue to take shape. In the near future, Ivanhoe Grammar School will become an educational leader through the provision of outstanding educational opportunities for both staff and students and more broadly, a hub, both locally, nationally and internationally further enhancing best practice in their field of global education.
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IVANHOE DIPLOMA The Ivanhoe Diploma was formally launched in 2015 by Professor John McKenzie and more than 56 have been awarded. A total of 26 graduating members of the Class of 2017 attained their Diploma, 14 of which were awarded the Ivanhoe Diploma (Honours). The Ivanhoe Diploma is a voluntary Senior Years’ program that recognises an individual student’s contribution to the cocurricular life of the school. In recognising that lived experiences and commitment are highly desirable qualities to tertiary institutions and employers, the Ivanhoe Diploma gives students an avenue to be evaluated on their contributions to the community alongside their academic qualification.
Achieving the Diploma requires evidence of an ongoing commitment, engagement and deliberate reflection. Participation in the Ivanhoe Diploma requires students to engage in a range of self-selected learning experiences across five areas of expertise: action, civic engagement, creativity, inter-cultural understanding and leadership. The Ivanhoe Diploma is awarded in addition to the VCE or IB.
...lived experiences and commitment are highly desirable qualities...students [gain] an avenue to be evaluated on their contributions to the community alongside their academic qualification.
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EXCEPTIONAL STAFF Our priority, as part of our strategic plan, is to attract, retain and develop exceptional staff, who are people of character and who play a key role in achieving our purpose to develop young women and men of character. To deliver against our principles of learning excellence, personal growth and global citizenship our people need to be courageous, innovative, balanced, collaborative, ethical, reflective and compassionate. In 2017 we are focussing on our people through an enhanced version of our Appraisal for Growth program, a commitment to wellbeing of our staff and building best recruitment practices.
ENHANCING APPRAISAL FOR GROWTH Education as a profession is changing worldwide and it is changing fast! Technology has dramatically altered the way academic and non-academic staff work in education, plus the volume of information and data available to us is vast and increasing at a rapid rate. Globalisation has also had an impact, requiring teachers to be global citizenship educators. The United Nations states, “It is not enough for education to produce individuals who can read, write and count. Education must fully assume its central role in helping people to forge more just, peaceful, tolerant and inclusive societies. Educators need to prepare students to be successful in the workplace of the 21st century”. In the face of tremendous change in education, we are committed to professional development that builds staff professional knowledge and professional practice, as well as attributes of emotional intelligence, resilience, collaboration, creative thinking, problem solving, research and agility. We will harness internal and external
expertise to grow knowledge and skills in our people to prepare our students for success in the workplace of the 21st century. We do this through our continuous improvement model, Appraisal for Growth. All staff participate in Appraisal for Growth because all of our staff community educate and support the development of young people character. Appraisal for Growth is an evidence based, collaborative and aspirational model tailored to individuals, their expertise and their role. For Academic staff Appraisal for Growth promotes quality teaching and learning in all classrooms through coaching and focussing on improving capability through a process of identifying, learning and improving involving: »» reflecting against the Ivanhoe Grammar School Professional Teaching Standards »» utilising qualitative and quantitative data such as classroom observations, peer and student feedback »» ‘Focus for Improvement’ in the classroom »» committing to SMART goals and actions driving professional learning for improvement. Appraisal for Growth also involves engaging with external expert educators. For example, in 2017, external consultants worked with our secondary curriculum leaders to build their professional knowledge and practice of the Ivanhoe planning for learning process and template. This program has since been extended to all secondary teachers. Also our partnership with the JUMP Foundation supports our staff to grow as global citizens through developing their professional knowledge and practice to become great educators of Global Citizenship.
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ENHANCING STAFF WELLBEING To enhance the wellbeing of our staff we will further develop our organisation as a mentally healthy workplace. We will do this by promoting awareness and understanding of mental health and by promoting and enhancing protective factors that are known to build resilience. Due to the changing nature of our work in education and the Schoolâ€™s desire for continuous improvement, our work in enhancing staff wellbeing will be a continuous and ongoing process that has a varied focus on physical, mental, spiritual, career and financial wellbeing.
BUILDING BEST RECRUITMENT PRACTICES
COUNCIL OF INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION Confirming our commitment to International Education and the development of Global Citizens, Ivanhoe Grammar School maintained its International Certification in 2017. 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 2018 as we aim to ensure all students of Ivanhoe Grammar School graduate as Global Citizens.
We will recruit exceptional staff through establishing best practices in recruitment that attract, source and select the best people for the School through outstanding candidate experience, strategic appointments and a reputation for excellence. We are reviewing our recruitment and selection policy and our procedures to achieve our strategic objectives and recruit staff who will develop young women and men of character.
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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IN 2017 Quite a number of Capital Works were undertaken during the 2017 school year including the following:
»» Commenced the construction and refurbishment of two terraces at La Trobe University for our Year 9 University Campus
»» Completed an underground car park comprising 159 spaces on the Ivanhoe Campus
»» Ongoing landscape works across all campuses
»» Commenced a new oval and associated landscaping on the South Oval
»» Oval and irrigation works at Chelsworth Park
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PARENT, STUDENT, TEACHER SATISFACTION The School continues to enjoy strong enrolment numbers with approximately 2200 students across the three campuses. All enrolment places have now been allocated in our key point of entry, Year 7 2019 at both campuses, with a highlight of those figures being the number of current siblings and children of Old Ivanhoe Grammarians who are accepting places, thus indicating a high degree of parent satisfaction with the School. Attention now moves to the Schools’ Enrolment Waiting List for Year 7 2021 where there are in excess of 600 students across the campuses who are listed for this entry date and a similar number on the lists for 2022. In addition, the Prep classes at Plenty Campus for 2019 is currently fully subscribed with waitlists growing by the month. The numbers of new families constantly moving into the area, coupled with the reputation enjoyed by Ivanhoe Grammar School’s 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. A new initiative for 2017, was our Year 12 Parent Survey, whereby all parents of Year 12 students were asked a number of key questions pertaining to their child’s final year at school and their eventual ATAR score and tertiary placement (if applicable). Every question on the survey received unprecedented endorsement from the parents, including ‘How satisfied are you with your child’s tertiary placement?’. This attracted a weighted score of 9.11 out of 10, for ‘Extremely Satisfied’. 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. In addition, Principal’s Student Forums are held throughout the year to discuss issues of major importance.
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HIGH QUALITY LEARNING STUDENT OUTCOMES The average student attendance across all campuses of the School was 93.15 per cent. The proportion of Year 9 students retained to Year 12 was 85 per cent. The enrolment for 2017 Year 12 students was 271 and 231 of these students were enrolled at Ivanhoe Grammar School for Year 9. The proportion of Years 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 2017 again performed to a high standard. There were over 275 students who completed either the VCE or IB Diploma. Overall 32 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 57 per cent 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 2017 Results:
Further details, including University destinations, can be found on page 21.
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SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS 2017 EXPENDITURE Salaries, Superannuation and other oncosts 7%
Academic Expenses (incl. Composite Fee Expenses)
Finance and Interest Costs
Communication and Development
Operations and Utilities (incl. maintence, electricity, gas and water) Administration Expenses (incl. insurance, subscriptions and telephone costs)
IT Expenses (incl. infrastructure, software licencing and support) Scholarships and concessions Depreciation
2017 INCOME 13% Tuition Subject and Other Fees (incl. Composite Fee Income)
State and Federal Government Grants Other Income (incl. IPL seminar income, donations)
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STAFF LIST 2017 AS AT 10 NOVEMBER 2017
Board of Governors Chairman Mr D Proietto Principal Mr G Foley Vice Chairman Mr D Golden Treasurer Mr K Teoh Secretary Mr L Miles Members Ms C Brown Dr A Caples Mr J Dunstan Mrs S Ivory Mr M Lochran Ms T Savona
Finance and Administration
Development Communications and Marketing Manager Ms K Garla
Finance Manager Mr M Wilson Risk Manager Ms B Dooley Executive Assistant to the Principal Mrs V Costigan
Community Relations Manager Ms T Kitchen
Personal Assistant to the Business Manager Mrs D Collier
International Registrar Mrs T Lynch Administration Assistant – Admissions Mrs S Moon
Accountants Mrs M Chessell Ms C Green Accounts Assistant Ms Y Hayward
Education Advisor Professor J McKenzie AM
HR & Payroll Services Mr D Jordan
Human Resources Advisor Mrs R Falcone
Mr G Foley
Principal’s Executive Business Manager Mr L Miles Deputy Principal/ Head of Plenty Campus Mr D Brown Deputy Principal/ Head of The Ridgeway Campus Mr B Kelly Director of Admissions & Community Engagement Mr P Walsh Director of Development Mrs A Cooper
Registrar Ms M McKay
Communications and Marketing Specialists Ms A Constable Mrs S Drummond Ms R Good Development Administrator Mrs R Groenewegen
Human Resources Assistant Mrs S Naus
Alumni Coordinator Mr A Bacskos Mr P Swain
Accounts Payable Officer Mrs L Power
Executive Officer - OIGA Mr G Brown
Credit Services Manager Mr D Reynolds
Information and Communications Technology
Calendar, Planning and Events Manager Mr B Swaby Administration Assistant – Events & Logistics Ms S Mileto Cadets Administration Miss V Jones Telephonist Ms R Blackbourn
Director of ICT & eLearning Mr S Brophy Director of Systems & Infrastructure Mr W Mattson Software Development Manager Mr D McCraw
Head of Buckley House Mr R Feben
Database Manager Mrs L Davis
Head of Human Resources Ms Kimberley Poynton
ICT Network Administrator Mr M Wojcieszak
Plenty Campus IT Coordinator Mr R Rice Client Support Team Manager Mrs M Hawkeswood IT Helpdesk Support Technician Mr D Aponso Mr S Crossley Audio Visual Manager Mr N White Print Room Mrs L Bullock Mrs S Carroll
Professional Learning & Development Director of Staff Learning Mrs K Sewell Professional Development Administrator Mrs P Welham
Senior Support Staff Dean of International Students Ms L Bruhn Director of Educational Support Ms A Gleeson Director of Research & Innovation Ms M Supple Director of Sport Mr N Buszard Director of Student Futures Mr J Peat Director of Wellbeing Mrs S Batsanis
Mac Infrastructure Administrator Mr S Lamont Web Application Developer Mr J Boyle-Petrie
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STAFF LISTING 2017 AS AT 10 NOVEMBER 2017
BUCKLEY HOUSE Senior Staff Head of Campus Mr R Feben Deputy Head of Buckley House Ms E Aikman Early Learning Centre Manager Mrs N Dagley
Managers Wellbeing/Individual Student Needs Coordinator Mrs H Page-Wood Level Manager (Prep to Year 2) Mrs E Carroll
Mrs S Tsolakis Ms A Woollard
VCE Coordinator Mr G Place
Individual Needs Coordinator Mrs L Brown
Personal Assistant to the Head of Buckley House/ Buckley House Secretary Ms C Elliott Administration Assistant Mrs A Rooke Sick Bay Attendant/ Administration Assistant Mrs J Walker ELC Assistants Mrs F Baya Casal Mrs T Prinsloo Mrs O Webster Mrs S Wynne
ISP Coordinator Mrs J Vanderzweep
Level Managers Year 12 Mr C Caracella Year 11 Mrs S Scott Year 10 Mrs R O’Keeffe Year 9 Ms D Whelan
Level Manager (Years 3 & 4) Mr A Parke
Year 8 Mr A Ratskos
Mrs A Consiglio Ms G Molinaro
Year 7 Mrs K Horsford
Level Manager (Years 5 & 6) Mr J Coleman
Level Manager – Specialists Mrs M Neilson Instrumental Music Coordinator Mrs F Chindamo Chaplain Mr P Keuneman
Academic Staff Mrs N Braddy Mr T Braddy Mrs A Breteler Ms L Broben Mrs D Capuano Mrs R Chandler Ms K Cheng Mrs M Crewe Mrs M Debono Ms J Edwards Mrs K Ellis Mrs R Goetz Ms J Halpin Mrs K Harding Mrs M Kelly Mrs K Leon Ms C Lucy Mr D McClean Mr J McInerney Mr M Narkowicz Mrs M Packham Mrs K Redmond Mrs A Stock
Senior Staff Deputy Principal/ Head of Campus Mr D Brown Deputy Head of Plenty Campus Mrs R Rowe Head of Primary Mr D Gibson
Senior Support Staff Campus Administrator Mr P Kendall Campus Operations/ Timetable Mr A Wilson Careers Advisor Mrs N McFadden
Years 3 to 6 Mr L Dahl Foundation to Year 2 Ms N Simpson
Subject & Faculty Heads Commerce Mr G Hodges English Mr C Bourne Mrs C Richmond Faith, Ethics & Attitudes Ms P Lidgett Health & Physical Education Mr A Luscombe Humanities Mr J Delaney Japanese Ms K McLay Mathematics Mrs T Ferraro
Mrs A Burton Mr J Capuano Mrs C Cassandro Mr J Chappel Mrs S Cracknell Mrs M Delaney Ms N Grimmer Mrs R Hill Mr D Hrovat Ms K Jackson Mrs A Jones Ms D Kalatzis Mr D Kolasseril Ms M Koppany Ms A Kuruvilla Miss D Lin Ms A Luberto Ms S MacEwan Ms S Mackie Mrs A Moravski Mr A Price Ms R Smith Mrs P Swain Ms H Swift Ms N Ventrice Mrs M Wels Mrs J Wheeler Mr G White Miss J White Mr K Whitechurch Mr J Wilisoni Mrs K Yeats
Admin Staff Personal Assistant to the Head of Campus Ms H Clarkson Assistant to the Deputy Head of Campus/ Secondary Secretary Ms S Whitehead Primary Years Secretary Mrs J Dale Administration Manager Mrs J Harrison
Performing Arts Mrs V Creed
Academic Secretary/ VASS Administrator Mrs J Villanti
Science Mr A Hoogenraad
Music Secretary Mrs R Barker
Head of Music Mrs V Creed
Visual Arts Mr L Dalton
Health Centre Mrs D Strauss
Primary Sport Coordinator Mr L Dahl
Receptionist/Administration Assistant Ms L O’Brien Ms H Smith
Chaplain Mrs J McConnell IDEALS Co-Curricular Programs Coordinator Mr R Summerton
Secondary Sport Coordinator Ms K Hibbert
Mrs V Baldwin Ms R Bowen Mr H Bullen Mr A Burton
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Senior Laboratory Technician Mr F Rowland Ms D Tosevska
VCE Coordinator Mrs J Collie
Ms J Boer Mr S Johnson
IB Coordinator Mr E Pearson
Faith, Ethics & Attitudes Mr R Rizzo
Head of Co-Curricular Programs Mr C Zois
Health & Physical Education Mr C Branigan
Head of Library Services Ms C Norwood Library Staff Ms S McLaughlin Ms J Simpson Ms N Simpson Mrs C Tolley
Psychological Services Ms C Tighe
Grounds & Maintenance Grounds & Maintenance Coordinator Mr G Thomas Facilities Coordinator Miss A Motschall Grounds & Maintenance Staff Mr R Patterson Mrs M Truefeldt
THE RIDGEWAY CAMPUS
Head of Music Mr S Carpenter
Executive Officer IP&F Mr R Prince
House Programs Coordinator Mrs M van Beek Learning Facilitator â€“ Year 9 Program Ms H Marotta
Year 8 Mr D Voss
Head of Operations Mrs A Di Ciocco Daily Organiser Mrs J Scanlon Senior Years Curriculum Coordinator Mrs C Fry Middle Years Curriculum Coordinator Mrs W McCarry
Science Dr V Ellis
Lay Chaplain Mr A Fox
Deputy Principal/ Head of Campus Mr B Kelly
Senior Support Staff
Performing Arts Mr S Carpenter
Chaplain Mrs K Winkett
Year 9 Mr M Horsford
Head of Senior Years/ Deputy Head of Campus Mr T Rickards
Mathematics Mr A Williams
Head of Sport Ms A Geoghegan
Head of Middle School/ Deputy Head of Campus Mrs V Arnas
Languages Mrs K van Leest Mr S Pratt
Head of Theatre & Drama Mr S Murphy
Careers Advisor Mrs M Staikos
Year 7 Mrs F Burgess
Heads of House Athelstane Ms K Wilson Lincoln Ms C Allen Sherwood Mrs O Rothnie Thoresby Mr D Naude
Subject & Faculty Heads Art & Design Ms J Patterson Commerce Ms H Seadon English
Humanities Ms T Deguara
Technology Mr D Atkinson-Buck
Academic Staff Mr P Allen Ms S Andreevski Ms J Angwin Mr S Ballantyne Mr J Bates Miss C Bernardi Mr N Booth Mr A Bosua Mr P Bowers Ms S Braid Mrs C Brandon Ms L Brown Mrs V Buzzard Ms W Chaidir Mr G Chapman Mr P Cherry Mrs J Cracknell Mr J Doman Miss C Dunstan Miss S Elali Mrs K Filbey Mrs K Fleming Mrs N Fowkes Mr A Gibbs Mr M Gill Mr R Gill Miss G Grant Mr R Grant Miss J Green Miss K Griffin Mr D Harris Mrs N Hawthorn Mrs A Height Mr P Hodge Mr P Hogg Mr B Ingleton
Mrs S Ispanovic Mrs L Johnson Ms S Khalanski Miss C Lennon Mr I Le Page Dr H Li Mr A-H Lim Mr L Lochran Ms A Madden Mrs J McCrystal Miss S McDougall Ms I McGann Mr S Miyazawa Mr C Moore Miss M Nicholls Mr A Noble Mrs M Nolan Miss C Parodi Mrs K Pearson Mrs H Perrone Mrs F Petroulias Dr D Phan Miss C Planko Mr D Plumb Mr R Prince Miss J Ranasinghe Ms P Rao Mr R Rizzo Mr M Robertson Ms C Saez Mrs G Shadbolt Mr C Shallcross Mrs P Shire Mr B Sinnett Mr E Smithers Ms L Spencer Ms G Sportelli Dr O Squires Mr D Symons Miss E Tallent Ms R Tascone Ms A Taylor Ms D Tims Miss L Towse Mrs G Thorpe Mrs P Turner Mr S Underwood Mrs M Vallury Mr S van Beek Mr D Verrocchi Mr G Wade Mr G Wanless Mr C Ward Mr S Watkins Mrs W Wilkinson Ms K Williams Miss S Wilsdon Miss L Young Ms Y Zhang
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STAFF LISTING 2017 AS AT 10 NOVEMBER 2017
Personal Assistant to the Deputy Principal/Head of Campus Mrs K Jackson
Head of Library Services Mrs W Logan
Senior Years Secretary Mrs S Wearne Middle Years Secretary Mrs H Cooper Administration Assistant – Middle Years Mrs J Pennacchia Music Secretary Mrs D Parke Senior Academic Programs Secretary Ms A Dowden
Library Staff Ms T Bruhn Mrs M Canals Miss K Hoogenraad Mrs S Lowe Ms R Phung Mrs M Ritchie Ms D Tannock
Music Staff Ms R Burke Ms W Campbell Mr A Piechocinski Mr M Savage
Academic Secretary/VASS Administrator Ms A Collacott
Co-Curricular Programs Secretary Ms R Norman
Grounds & Maintenance
Sports Secretary Ms F Ellis
Property Manager Mr J Atherton
Educational Support Staff Co-ordinator Mc C McGowan
Grounds Manager Mr B Geraghty
Administration Assistant – Outdoor Education Mrs S Carroll
Ms K Li Miss L Punaro
Maintenance Manager Mr S Testolin
Laboratory Technician Mrs A Gokhale
Grounds & Maintenance Staff Mr H Connor Mr S Pachis Mr J Patterson Mr J Sinadino Mr M Schoen
Food Technology Assistant Mrs G Gilham
Facilities Support Mr G Emmins
Laboratory Manager Mrs J Kelly
Studio Assistant Miss C Hawkins Receptionist Ms J Collum Health Centre Mrs R Dawe Ms K Fyvie Mrs K Maule
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