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ANNUAL REPORT

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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BY CHAIR OF COUNCIL

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PRINCIPAL’S REPORT: REFLECTIONS OF 2016

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THE COLLEGE COUNCIL

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MLC FOUNDATION INC.

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OUR MOTTO, VISON, MISSION AND VALUES

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OUR STUDENTS’ RESULTS

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ENROLMENTS 12 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

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MLC COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS

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FINANCIALS 16 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE AND STAFF PROFILE

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STAFF QUALIFICATIONS

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INTRODUCTION BY CHAIR OF COUNCIL 2016 was a year of celebrations for the College, from the first clods turned on the construction of our new Junior Years’ building through to our membership of the Council of International Schools. It is with pleasure that I introduce the 2016 Annual Report and continue as Chair of Council to such a dynamic and innovative College. Once again our enrolments continued to grow and with it our College community. It is through the generosity of our community that the Circle of Success initiative has seen the redevelopment of the Gertrude Walton Centre into a wonderful venue to showcase our girls’ creative outputs. Renovations to our stunning Boarding House were also completed, and we are now offering a uniquely boutique style of residential accommodation. CODA, the architects realising our wonderful Boarding House transformation, received a commendation in the Public Design category of this year’s Australian Interior Design Awards describing its design as “sophisticated, fresh and age appropriate.” The Uniting Church synod celebrated the College with an interfaith award recognising the relationships between our girls and Australian Islamic College students. An amazing and emotional night of musical delight was held in Winthrop Hall at UWA when our choir performed alongside the Temple Church Boys Choir and the St George’s Cathedral Choir. International awards and recognition were received at the 2016 EducatePlus International conference for volunteer leadership, marketing and an alumni and community event. Our girls continue to thrive with excellent NAPLAN, WACE and OLNA results, as well as music, drama, dance, sporting, debating and language successes. Our Inclusive Learning Centre continues to grow as MLC is recognised for its inclusive and supportive community. MLC’s Playgroup opened as a colourful and fun-filled addition to the College, and we welcomed boys to Pre-Kindy. During the year, we farewelled some wonderful and generous members of our College Council - David Singleton, Anne Passmore, Grant Robinson, Nick Brasington and Phil Dolan - and welcomed our new members Tanya Trevisan, Dan Minchin and Nick Henry. Finally, with MLC accepted as a member of the Council of International Schools, I look forward to the journey with the College as we progress through to accreditation. I reflect that this is another example of MLC’s commitment to rigorous improvement and international mindedness. Dr Penny Flett AO

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REFLECTING UPON 2016 “...the fruits of the Spirit are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. If we live by the Spirit, let us also be guided by the Spirit. Let us not become conceited, competing against one another, envying one another.” Paul’s letter to the Galatians, Chapter 5 In 2016 we launched our “At MLC, values matter” campaign. At first glance, it may be easy to overlook the phrase’s significance. These four simple words encapsulate a critical component of our ethos and call for us to live their meaning. Recognising our Values of Integrity, Mastery, Enterprise and Justice is not enough; our community relies upon one another to actively seek truth, expertise, resourcefulness and fairness. Connected to the campaign was MLC’s educational theme for 2016 - Purposeful Camaraderie. Its focus was on knowing, believing and behaving in ways that respect every individual and unite our community in a sense of belonging. Purposeful Camaraderie prioritises trust in one another and a lifelong commitment to our MLC Values. There were ample examples of MLC Values in action throughout 2016. A few highlights for me included welcoming boys to our Early Years’ programme and introducing our Playgroup series. It is a joy and a privilege to influence the development of our youngest learners and support their families through these formative years. For Playgroup to Year 2 in 2016, the learning spaces of the MLC Village surpassed all expectations. Whilst our excitement grew with the daily evolution of our Junior Years’ Redevelopment, there was nothing “temporary” about our Village vibe. To exemplify the College theme, our 2016 Leavers modelled the virtues of Ohana with their regular visits to the Village and Junior Years’ precinct. Lunchtime activities were opportunities to connect vertically across the campus and signal that “we’re all in this together”. The year group also demonstrated that care and concern for people extends well beyond MLC and the local community. Registering the College as a Champion School for UN Women was yet another indicator that our girls think beyond their own needs and are internationally minded. “We’ve been so lucky to have been taught from an early age that leadership and its strength doesn’t waver with gender. Our teachers, both male and female, have given us an example of this first hand. But this attitude isn’t universal, which is is why this year we’ve become a champion school for UN Women. Our Ohana will now focus the majority of its fundraising efforts towards

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this organisation to support its efforts to make this equal environment we live in a universal reality.” (Clara Lipscombe, 2016 Senior Years’ Celebration Address). Our commitment to thinking and responding locally, nationally and internationally was yet again highlighted through service learning activities, including tours. In 2016 we extended our initiatives by increasing the number of opportunities for girls to serve. The development of our partnership with the Australian Islamic College was celebrated with a Uniting Church Interfaith Award, and we toured Thailand to support elephant conservation for the first time. Perhaps the greatest symbol of MLC’s ambition to live our Vision of becoming an international leader of holistic learning and teaching was the attainment of membership with the Council for International Schools. Our association with the CIS supports our learners to develop their global citizenship, and enables our staff to be enriched by effective international practice, connections and research. This abridged overview of 2016 would not be complete without acknowledgement of six long serving staff. On behalf of colleagues, students and their families we offer our deep gratitude to Jennifer McGillivray (10 years), MaryJane Jones (12 years), Jo Halliday (14 years), Kate Porter (15 years), Ruth Jones (22 years) and Dennis Ireland (30 years) for their generous and committed service. For various reasons, each has transitioned to a new life adventure. In doing so, the fruits of their efforts and values remain with us, and a little of MLC remains with them. Per Ardua Ad Alta. Yours in striving to the heights, Rebecca Cody

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COLLEGE COUNCIL

Chair of Council

Deputy Chair and Treasurer

Secretary

Dr Penny Flett

Prue Honey

Diane Mony De Kerloy

Craig Colvin

Nick Henry

AO, MBBS, DGM, FRACMA,

BBus, GDip CA

BJuris (Hons), LLB (Hons)

BJuris (Hons), LLB (Hons), LLM

BCom., FCA, MAICD

Dan Minchin

Ralph Moore

Diane Smith-Gander

Tanya Trevisan

BA (Hons), MBA

BEng, MScE, FIEAust

BEcon, MBA

BArch, RAIA

AFCHSE, FAIM

VISITOR

The Rev. Steve Francis BA, GDip Theology

RETIRED COUNCIL MEMBERS

Deputy Chair of Council

David Singleton

Nick Brasington

Prof. Phillip Dolan

Dr Anne Passmore

Grant Robinson

BSc (Hons)

BCom, ACA, FAICD

BA, MBA, PhD, FSIA, FAICD,

BAppSc (OT) , GradDip (HlthSc),

BCom, FCA

Retired April 2016

Retired December 2016

FAIM

PhD

Retired December 2016

Retired November 2016

Retired August 2016

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FOUNDATION REPORT In 2016 the MLC Foundation celebrated the spirit of community that has motivated us all. The highpoint was the 2016 MLC Foundation Gala in May. This biennial event showcases the generosity of so many members of our community, with the Foundation and the MLC Community Support Groups collaborating to raise valuable funds for the College by bringing the remarkable night to fruition. It was both elating and humbling to see how the attendees embraced this opportunity to support the College; more than 300 guests purchased their ticket to the Gala and each made additional contributions through their participation in raffles and auctions. Equally impressive was the dedication of our Gala Sponsorship Committee members, and the generosity of the Gala sponsors. We thank them most sincerely for making the night possible. The Gala raised $124,000, a significant increase from the inaugural event in 2014. In the second half of the year our major focus was the commencement of fundraising for the Junior Years’ Redevelopment, a $2 million commitment over three years to support this important infrastructure project. We have received sound support for the Bosisto Walk initiative from current families and Collegians, and have also received one very significant contribution from a past parent. The fundraising commenced with a donation from two of our young students, and we ended the year with our 2016 Leavers directing their gift to the College to the campaign. We look forward to acknowledging all our donors to the Junior Years’ Redevelopment when we bring the campaign to a close in 2018. We once again celebrated the impact of the Circle of Success, as it continues to display how collectively we can bring about timely improvements for the benefit of today’s students. Our 2016 members voted for the rejuvenation of the Gertrude Walton Centre, and three of our Circle of Success families came together to fund the refurbishment of the College pool. These are significant capital projects that we anticipate delivering in 2017. I would like to thank all members of the Circle of Success for bringing these impressive improvements to the College. The MLC Foundation’s success is built on community giving - giving of time, talent and treasure. I take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to all contributors to the MLC Foundation. James McClements Chair of MLC Foundation Inc.

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OUR MOTTO Per Ardua Ad Alta; through striving to the heights.

OUR VISION An international leader of holistic learning and teaching.

OUR MISSION: Mentoring motivated learners to choose purposeful futures.

OUR VALUES: Integrity

Seek truth

Mastery

Seek expertise

Enterprise Seek resourcefulness Justice

Seek fairness

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OUR STUDENTS MLC’s 116 Year 12 graduates achieved excellent results in both the 2016 West Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) and Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses.

WACE RESULTS The 114 students (98.3 per cent of the Year 12 cohort) that sat the WACE exams ensured the College maintained its standing as a leading academic school with the following results: • All of the girls that sat the WACE exams completed

five per cent of of students across WA (31.6 per cent

four or more Year 12 ATAR (Australian Tertiary

of the MLC ATAR population).

Admission Rank) courses. • A median ATAR of 90.55;

• 59 students attained an ATAR of 90 or above; top 10 per cent of of students across WA (51.7 per cent of the MLC ATAR population).

• Three students attained an ATAR of 99 or above; top one per cent of of students across WA (2.7 per cent

• 90 students (78.9 per cent) achieved the minimum

of the MLC ATAR population);

ATAR requirement for gaining entry into most of the Group of Eight Universities across Australia,

• 12 students attained an ATAR of 98 or above; top two per cent of of students across WA (10.5 per cent

including UWA.

of the MLC ATAR population);

• 103 students (90.3 per cent) achieved an ATAR that

• 36 students attained an ATAR of 95 or above; top

five universities.

would provide entry into one of Western Australia’s

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VET RESULTS In 2016, six students studied and completed one or more VET courses with external Registered Training Organisations. They attained: 2 Certificate IVs in Education Support; 1 Certificate IV in Preparation for Nursing; 1 Certificate III in Animal Science; 1 Certificate II in Customer Engagement; 1 Certificate II in Retail Makeup and Skin Care; and 1 Certificate II in Hospitality.

NAPLAN WACE 98.3 percent

VET 1.7 percent

Girls in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 took part in the Natioanl Assessment Programme – Literacy and Numeracy 9NA-

Pie chart showing percentage of girls completing WACE and VET.

PLAN) in May 2016. This series of tests, which are compulsory in all schools in Australia, gives a snapshot of the nation’s children’s

EXHIBITIONS AND AWARDS 1 General Exhibition; 4 Certificates of Excellence; 31 Certificates of Distinction; and 21 Certificates of Merit.

abilities in five key educational areas: Numeracy, reading, spelling, grammar and writing. Percentage of 2016 MLC students achieving national benchmarks

Year 3 Year 5 Year 7 Year 9

MLC achieved “top performing students” status in 11 WACE courses including: Ancient History Biology Chemistry Drama Economics English English as an Additional Dialect Human Biology Psychology Mathematics Methods Food Science and Technology

Numeracy

100

96

100

99

Reading

100

100

99

100

Spelling

100 98 100 98

Grammar

100

100

100

98

Writing

100

96

100

98

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GRADUATE DESTINATIONS Methodist Ladies’ College 116 graduates chose a variety of courses at universities around Australia and overseas. Institution

Numbers attending

Areas of Study

Number of girls studying

Australian National University

1

Arts 12

Boston University (USA)

1

Biomedicine 7

Curtin 10

Business 3

WA Academy of the Performing Arts

3

Commerce 14

Macquarie University

1

Criminology 1

Monash University

2

Design 4

Murdoch 3

Education 1

Notre Dame

Economics 1

20

Swinburne University

2

Exercise and Sports Science

University of Adelaide

1

Law 2

University of Melbourne

8

Medicine 3

University of Queensland

1

Music 2

University of Sydney

4

Nursing 5

University of New South Wales

1

Philosophy 1

University of Western Australia

25

Physiotherapy 2

1

Psychology 2

Unknown 24

Science 18

Gap year

Social Work

1

Veterinary Science

1

Diploma of Live Production

1

Not stated

2

Yonsei University (Korea)

8

TOTAL 116

1

Unknown 24 Gap Year

8

TOTAL 116

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY On the last day of the 2016 academic year, 1,172 girls representing 23 nationalities were enrolled at MLC, including five girls of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent. Fourteen languages, other than English, were spoken in the home.

ENROLMENTS AS AT 2 DECEMBER 2016 Day girls

Boarders

Total

Junior Years

378

-

378

Middle Years

361

21

382

Senior Years

351

61

412

TOTAL

1,090 82 1,172

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STUDENT ATTENDANCE FOR 2016 Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 Average Pre-Kindergarten Kindergarten

92.3 86.6 89.6 92.3

Pre-Primary

96.0

Year 1

93.9

Year 2

94.8

Year 3

95.4

Year 4

94.8

Year 5

95.4

Year 6

94.1

Year 7

93.3

Year 8 Year 9

94.2

Year 10

94.2

Year 11

93.9

Year 12

93.9 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 percentage of attendance

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COMMUNITY FEEDBACK MLC seeks feedback from its community each year to review and improve the educational experience for its students. In 2016, MLC commissioned MMG Education to conduct an independent and confidential survey of its Year 12 students and their parents. A total of 204 parents of students in Years 3, 5, 8 and 12 completed the surveys which were extensive and covered more than of 300 aspects in relation to education at MLC. The following chart detail the percentage of parents that noted their expectations had been met or exceeded across key areas, ranked in order of the importance they placed on these same areas when choosing a school.

2016 MLC Claremont Parents - Expectations Met/Exceeded - 3/5/8/12 Parents - Top 10 (n=204)

83%

88%

87%

92%

95%

95%

Quality of teaching

Focus on student wellbeing, providing a safe and caring environment

Academic standards

Principal’s leadership

Holistic education

The College’s reputation

91%

95%

Facilities and The College’s resources Values

78%

95%

WA Certificate Good education at of Education reasonable (WACE) results expense

Percent Expectations Met/Exceeded

285 students from Years 5, 8 and 12 also completed the survey. The following charts detail the percentage of students who said that their expectations had been met or exceeded across key areas.

2016 MLC Claremont Students - Expectations Met/Exceeded - 8/12 Students - Top 10 (n=285)

81%

83%

Quality of teaching

Focus on student wellbeing, providing a safe and caring environment

92%

93%

87%

90%

Academic standards

Principal’s leadership

Holistic education

The College’s reputation

87%

94%

93%

Facilities and The College’s WA Certificate resources of Education Values (WACE) results

87%

Social and cultural diversity

Percent Expectations Met/Exceeded

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FINANCIALS

ANNUAL INCOME Other Income

4%

Federal Government subsidy

8%

State Government subsidy

8%

Fee Revenue

80%

ANNUAL EXPENDITURE Tuition

5%

Depreciation

5%

Information and Learning Technology

2%

Facilities

3%

Boarding Services

3%

Interest

2%

Administration

6%

Renumeration

74%

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1

Director of Community Relations

2 Heads of Academic Departments Years 7 - 12

Head of Junior Years ’ Learning & Teaching

Director of Global Strategy

1

Head of Early Years ’ Education

ILT, Library and Information Services , Excursions and Tours

Human Resources Team

Director of People Strategy

3

Head of Academic Services – Staff PK – Year 12

1

Head of Years 3 - 6

Assistant Principal: PK – Year 6

Operations Team Line Managers

Director of Corporate Sevices

1

Head of Pedagogy Years 5 - 12

Assistant Principal: Academic Strategy PK – Year 12

2

1

1

2

1 Head of Student Leadership Years 5 - 12

1

Head of Student House System Years 7 - 12

House Staff, Indigenous and International Programmes and Catering

Director of Boarding

Heads of Year Years 7 - 12

PK – Year 12 Heads of Academic Departments

CLT Portfolio Focus (Rotational)

Reporting to a member of the CLT

Invited member of the CLT

CLT

Religious Studies

Middle & Senior Years ’ Education Administrators

Head of Student Wellbeing PK – Year 12

3

Service Learning

Chaplain

Executive Officer, Council Secretariat

Assistant Principal: Years 7-12

Executive Assistant

2 Heads of Academic Departments Years 7 - 12

Staff & Student Services Office Manager and Academic Administrator

Deputy Principal

Executive Assistant

Co-ordination Roles, Teachers, Psychologists and Operational Team Members

1 Head of Academic Services – Students Years 5 - 12

Junior Years ’ Education Administrator

Director of Development

Assistant to Director of Corporate Services

Principal

Council

OVERARCHING ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE


OUR PEOPLE MLC is committed to attracting and retaining top professionals by promoting professional and personal development through quality, best-practice courses and programmes. Our members of staff are highly qualified and among them they have attained:

Post Graduate PhD 4 Masters 23 Post Graduate Certificate or Diploma 101 Undergraduate Degree 153 Diploma or Certificate

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MLC STAFF PROFILE All staff employed between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2016.

Women

Men

Casual

Total

% Women

Men

13

62

38

0

18

72

28

0

0

8

38

62

3

41

4

171

69

31

3

57

10

144

64

36

Full

Part

Full

Part

Women

Men

Leadership Team

7

1

4

1

0

0

Heads of Department and Senior Teachers

13

0

5

0

0

Managers ‑ Operations

3

0

4

1

Other Teachers

61

46

16

Operational Employees

25

39

10

Teaching staff took a total of 3,837 hours of personal leave covering both sick leave and carer’s leave. This represents an average of approximately 30 hours per full-time and part-time staff member.

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TEACHING STAFF NAMES AND QUALIFICATIONS SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Ashby

Anne

BEcon

DipEd

JLPT(Level1)

JAPNS(1stClass)

Baddock

Maree

BSc

GCertEd

GradDipEd

MScEd

Bakitch

Ainsley

BEd

BA

Bath

Belinda

BEd

DipT

Bayly

Katherine

BSc

GradDipEd

Bayne

Suzy

BA

GradDipEd

Beaton

Ben

MEd

BA

Beaton

Helen

BMusEd(Hons)

Biffin

William

BSc(Hons)

DipEd

Birch

Paul

DipT

BPhyHlthEd

Boon

Katie

BEd

GradDipEd

CertLNTC

DipNOLS

Bourke

Deborah

DipT

GradDipEd

CertTeach(RE)

DipCat

Brahim

Roslyn

BA

BEd

Bromell

Heather

BBus

GradDipEd

Brown

Michael

BASocSc(Hons)

Brown

Alexandra

BHlthSc

Burnett

Amelia

BEd

Caporn

Megan

BEd

Carey

Nessa

BA

GradDipEd(Sec)

Chaney

Sally

BSc

GradDipSpecEd BSpecEd(Hons)

Chaumont

Emmanuelle

BA

GradDipEd

Claassen

Jacqui

BHMovStud DipEd

Clarke

Megan

BEd(EarlyCh)

Cody

Rebecca

BEd(Hons)

Combes

Amanda

DipT

CertIVTAA

Cook

Andrea

BEd

DipT

Crawford

Bryony

BEd

MMusic

Davey

Stephen

BA

BSc(Hons)

Davis

Kareena

BEd

TeachCert

De Boer

Chris

BExSpSc

DipEd

Delena

Sarah

BA

DipEd

Dilkes

Jenny

AFA

CertPhoto

CertPatt

GradDipEd

Dreher

Naomi

BCom

DipIT

GradCertEd

GradDipEd

Dunn

Rosemarie

BEd

DipT

ESL

England

Samantha

BSc(Hons)

GradDipEd

Fallon

Colin

BCom

GradDipEd

Farrell

Katherine

BEd

Faulkner

Robert

GRSM(Hons) PGradCertEd

Ford

David

BEd

Ford

Jodie

BA

DipEd

Formosa

Zaibun (Zebby)

BSc(Hons)

PGCE(SecEd Science)

PhD

GradDipEd

MEd(TLib)

CertIVTAA PGCE

GradDipEd

DipEd

LICRAM

CertIVTA

MA(PsychMusic) PhDMus

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SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Franz

Tanya

DipT

Gara

Lainie

BSc

EdD

Gillausseyn

Helen

BEd(Sec)

CertIVTA

Goff

Marina

BEd(Hons)

AssocDipSocSc(Child Care)

Graber

Deanna

BArtsEd(P)

BEd

Grasso

Erin

BSc

GradDipEd

Guggisberg

Patrick

BA

BEd

Guilfoyle

Janice

DipT

PGradDipEd

PGradDipScEd

Hadley

Peter

BA

GradDipEd

PhDEthno

Hall

Kate

BA

GradDipEd

DipPerfArts

Hall

Kathryn

BA(Ed)

BEd

GradDipECE

Halliday

Jo

BEd

DipT

Harris

Fiona

BEd

Hateley

Nicole

BA(Eng)

GradDipEd(Sec)

Haughton

Deirdre (Dee)

BSc(Hons)

DipEd

Hill

Robyn

DipT

Hilliard

Andrea

BSc

BradDipBioTech PGradDipEd

Hodkin

Michelle

BEd

GradDipEd

Hodson

Katie

BA

DipEd

Hoffman

Mary

BSc

TeachCred(USA)

Hole

Karen

TCert

DipT

Hopps

Amanda

BA

BOT

Howlett

Gary

DipT

CertIV2Tr

GradDipSc

Ireland

Dennis

BAppSc

GradDipEd

PGradDipScEd

Johnstone

Ollie

BA(ChStud) PGDipT&L

Jones

Ruth

BA(Ed)

Kathriarachchi

Michelle

BEd

Keen

Kathryn

BA(Eng)

GradDipEd(Sec)

Kennedy

Louise

BA

BEd

Khan

Umihani (Hani)

BA(Hons)

GCertLearnTech HDipEd

Kolka

Donna

BPhysEd

PGradCertEd

Kucan

Kathy

BA

DipEd

Lambert

Jodee

BA

GradDipEd

Leggett

Emma

BA

PGCertEd

BPhysEd

Li

Ping

BCom

GradDipEd

DipSalesMktg

Lowrie

Filicity

BEd

Lundy

Cheryl

DipT

AssocDipSocSc CertIIIFasDes

CertIVTrain

Lussick

Dell

TeachCert

DipT

BEd

TEFL

Lydon

Helen

BSc

GradDipEd

MEd(Hons)

Lynch

Mary

BA

DipEd

CertTELA

Macintyre

Carole

BEd

Mah

Joyce

Bcom(Bus)

PGradDipEd

Martino

Jennifer

BSc

DipEd

GradDipEd

MEd(Hons)

MEd

GradDipPhysEd

MAppSc

HDipTch

PhD

MA

MEd

TESOL

DipTELA

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SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Massey

Jane

BA

DipEd

Mayhew

Elizabeth (Liz)

BA

GradDipEd

McCleary

Sharon

BEng

MTeach(Prim)

McGillivray

Jennifer

BEd

DipEd

McNamara

Melissa

BEd

McNeil

Alistair

BEd

DipT

Miller

Susan

BEd

HDipT

Morris

Gemma

BLL

GradDipEd

Moullin

Felicity

BEd

Movley

Rebecca

BEd

Nippierd

Lucy

BEd

Norris

Sophie

BA

Norwood

Aasha

BEd

O’Sullivan

Jane

BA

GradDipEd

Olsen

Sharleen

BA

GradDipEd

Ong

Robert

BSc

DipEd

Orr

Bianca

BA

GradDipEd

Overmeire

Belinda

BA

DipEd

Padman

Kate

BSc

TeachCert

Park

Barry

BA(Hons)

GradCertEd

Parker

Cheryl

BA

BEd

Payne

Georgia

BA

GradDipEd(Sec)

Pearn

Brendon

BMus

GradDipEd

Petchell

Katie

BEd

Porter

Kate

BA

GradDipEd

Potier

Jennifer

BSc

GradDipEd

Powell

Natalie

BA

GradDipEd

Pritchard

Sharmaine

BEd

CertEd(Gifted Ed)

Quesnel

Denise

BA

DipEd

Rackl

Megan

BEd

DipCommServ(Early Childhood)

Regan

Penny

BSc

GradDipEd(Sec) MEd

Robert

Janine

BEd

DipT

Roberts

Meredith

BEd

Robertson

Amanda

BSc

Rose

Shannon

BEd

Rose

Nicola

BA

CertEd

Rough

Emma

BA

GradDipEd

Rourke

Rebecca

BEd

DipT

Rudoff

Macie

MSc

PiLambdaTheta

Rudrum

Michelle

BA

BAppSc

GradDipEd

Scott-Harmer

Lisa

BSc

GradDipEd

AdvCertLabTech

Senior

Faye

BA(Hons)

PGradCertEd

Sewell

Vanessa

BA

GradDipSclt

AdvDipLangTch

CertIVTA

MCrimJust

GradDipEd

GradDipJour

CertIVBroad

PGradDipEd

PGDipEnv

GradDipD

PGCE

MEd

MEd

GradDipEd GradDipEd

MEd

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SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Shaw

Carol (Sue)

BA

GradDipEd

GradDipPsych

Silberstein

Ros

BSc

DipEd

GradDipMktg

Smallbone

Janine

BEd

CertEd

Smedley

Jon

BSc(Hons)

PGCE

Smith

Shelley

BA

DipEd

DipBible and Missions

Smith

Vanessa

BA

BEcon

GradDipEd

Sparrow

Seanne

BA

DipEd

Spencer

Jodie

BA(PrimEd)

Stark

Jane

BA(Hons)

GradCertEd

Starkie

Jo-Anne

BA

BEd

Stopher

Sarah

BMusEd

Stulpner

Katherine

BSc(Hons)

MSc(Hons)

DipT(Higher)

Sykiotis

Tamsin

BA(Hons)

MTeach

CELTA

Tamblyn

Karen

BA

GradDipEd

MEd

Taylor

Brian

DipT

DipEd

GradCertGTEd CertIVTAA

Templeton-Knight Rachael

BSc(Hons)

GradDipEd

Teusner

Margot

BA(Art)

GradDipEd

Thomson

Karen

BSc(Hons)

DipEd

Till

Joelle

BA(Ed)

BSc

Tilley

Donna

BEd

MA

Urbini

Jan

BA

GradDipEd

Van Asselt

Cale

BTh

GradDipEd

Varley

Marshall

BSc

DipEngMin

GradDipMYTeach

Walker-Hart

Fionna

BA

BEnvDes

BArch

Walsh

Alana

BEd

CertEd

ESL

Webb

Jannine

BEd

DipT

Weekes

Jonathan

BPhysEd

Weight

Katherine

BSc

Williams

Suzanne (Suzy) BSc

GradDipEd

Wilson

Hollis

BSc

CertOrd

DipEd

Wilson

Andrea

BA

GradDipEd

GradDipPsych

Winfield

Katie

BEd

Woo

Bonnie

BAppSc

GradDipEd

GradDipMod

Wright

Danielle

BSc

GradDipEd

Zani

Tessa

BEd(Prim)

DipEd

GradCertCareer

MEd

MScEd

GradDipEd

GradCertTESOL MDiv

MSc

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