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ANNUAL REPORT

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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BY CHAIR OF COUNCIL

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PRINCIPAL’S REPORT: REFLECTING UPON 2017

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THE COLLEGE COUNCIL

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MLC FOUNDATION REPORT

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OUR MOTTO, VISION, MISSION AND VALUES

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OUR STUDENTS’ RESULTS

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ENROLMENTS

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STUDENT ATTENDANCE

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COMMUNITY FEEDBACK

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FINANCIALS 15 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE AND STAFF PROFILE

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TEACHING STAFF QUALIFICATIONS

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INTRODUCTION BY CHAIR OF COUNCIL At the end of 2017 we bade farewell to our 11th Principal, Ms Rebecca Cody. At a community event in December, we celebrated Ms Cody’s leadership of MLC and acknowledged her legacy to the College. We also announced the opening of our Rebecca Cody Centre for Early Learning, where our first babies and toddlers commenced in January 2018. The Centre offers members of our community, including our staff, the benefit of a happy, warm and caring place for their little people. Throughout 2017, we joined in the excitement of the Years 3–5 learners as they moved into the first stage of our new Junior Years’ Learning Community. In November, we were honoured to have the building formally commissioned by then Acting Prime Minister, the Honorable Julie Bishop MP. The learning space is testament to years of planning and preparation by our dedicated staff, and the strong commitment of the College Council. Our community’s support of our Dean of Junior Years’ Education, Mr Mike Brown, in his 1000-kilometre fundraising walk along the Bibbulmun Track is a fine demonstration of how we can unite for the success of MLC. The strength of our MLC Foundation continues to grow, and we give thanks to the 2017 Circle of Success members, who voted to transform the area between Hadley Hall and the MLC Café, under the beautiful mature trees, into a functional space for our students. MLC has continued with the rigorous Council of International Schools accreditation process, successfully completing the preliminary stage of an audit by an external assessment team. Our commitment to international awareness and understanding continues to ensure our girls can benefit from international best practice and develop as global citizens. Closer to home, MLC also achieved the maximum registration period from the WA Department of Education Services. Finally, we farewelled two long-serving College Council members at the end of 2017, who had both provided invaluable contributions to the College: Mr Ralph Moore, who also led and assisted with capital works projects over the past nine years, and Diane SmithGander, who retired from her roles on Council and committees due to work commitments in 2018. Ms Tanya Trevisan, who assisted invaluably in the Junior Years’ Redevelopment, also retired from Council during 2017, and Council welcomed Mr James McClements and Mr John Klepec. MLC’s students, staff, Council and community are delighted to welcome Ms Cody’s successor, our 12th Principal, Dr Marie Perry. Dr Penny Flett AO

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REFLECTING UPON 2017 As MLC marked its 110th anniversary in 2017, it was uplifting to celebrate the moments that have become legacies for our school. The 110 Reasons to Value MLC initiative called for community members to share their thoughts on what makes the College truly remarkable. Every reason captured MLC’s unique identity and purpose. The following examples are no exception. 7. “I value the love of learning that drives students and staff.” – Sophie Norris, staff member 11. “I value watching the next generation of scientists, strategists, IT experts, mothers, teachers, spiritual leaders ... and knowing that our world is in terrific hands.” – Simone Janney, Collegian (1990) 81. “There’s a place for everyone at MLC.” – Oxana Mamchur, Year 8 student Diverse in focus, these messages are unified by a strong sense of optimism and belonging. They show how our College Values—Integrity, Mastery, Enterprise and Justice—are palpable in the culture of life and learning at MLC. Importantly, they also show how this culture has defined the College throughout its history, creating a common—and much treasured—legacy for our community members across generations.

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While 2017 was a time to reflect on our heritage, the College simultaneously furthered projects that will help our girls thrive well into the future. Central to this was the completion of the Junior Years’ Redevelopment, which was opened for Years 3–5 students in November. We also completed the final stages of the new Early Learning Centre, purposebuilt for children aged six months to four years. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy, these world-class facilities are designed to harness the natural curiosity and intelligence of our youngest learners. Among our seniors, there was also much to celebrate. Our girls continued their commitment to fundraising and service opportunities, undertaking learning such as: working in soup kitchens; spending time with aged-care residents at Mercy Care; and completing elephant conservation work in Thailand. Established in 2015, MLC’s Walton Leadership Institute similarly continued to evolve by offering a specific curriculum to enable leadership learning and development. Another initiative emerging from Towards 2025 and demonstrating our commitment to holistic education is the Thrival Curriculum. We were delighted that our Curriculum was recognised nationally with the 2017 Adolescent Success Award for Exemplary Community Connections in Years 7–9. This acknowledgment celebrates our staff who work proactively with parents to cultivate optimal outcomes for learners’ wellbeing at home and at school. Our regular online articles and workshops, for example, update parents and support them in modelling family routines that enhance wellbeing. Connected to wellbeing and central to our Values, our Diversity Statement was proudly launched in March 2017: “Methodist Ladies’ College is a community committed to diversity across many

dimensions, including gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, physical and learning ability, nationality, socioeconomic status, religion and political opinion. Every day we strive to encourage and celebrate thinking that reaches out in love, care, concern and mutual respect to underpin the key virtues of justice, acceptance, trust and compassion.” As one reflection of such diversity, on the last day of the academic year more than 1,205 girls representing 25 nationalities were enrolled at MLC, including five girls of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, while 14 languages other than English were spoken in the home. It is only fitting then that our commitment to global citizenship was strengthened by MLC’s work towards accreditation with the Council of International Schools (CIS). Following membership approval in 2016 and a successful CIS team visit to our campus in 2017, we have moved into the selfstudy phase of accreditation. Looking ahead, MLC will transition to its 12th Principal over the next 12 months and, in doing so, will continue its Mission to “mentor motivated learners to choose purposeful futures”. I am certain that Dr Marie Perry will be welcomed warmly to MLC and that she will honour our aspirations of inspiring girls’ academic engagement and achievement and developing leaders in service. Writing the Annual Report for the last time as your Principal, I would like to once again express my sincere gratitude for the opportunity to lead this fine College of the Uniting Church, and to serve within such a generous and loving community. 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

AO, MBBS, DGM, FRACMA,

BBus, GDip CA

AFCHSE, FAIM

BJuris (Hons), LLB (Hons)

James McClements BEcon (Hons)

Craig Colvin

Nick Henry

Dan Minchin

John Klepec

BJuris (Hons), LLB (Hons), LLM

BCom., FCA, MAICD

BA (Hons), MBA

BCom, CPA, FFIN, MAICD

VISITOR

The Rev. Steve Francis BA, GDip Theology

RETIRED COUNCIL MEMBERS

Tanya Trevisan

Ralph Moore

Diane Smith-Gander

BArch, RAIA

BEng, MScE, FIEAust

BEcon, MBA

Retired May 2017

Retired December 2017

Retired December 2017

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FOUNDATION REPORT The MLC Foundation celebrates the achievements of community giving. Over the past three years we have seen the impact our community creates go from strength to strength. At the centre of our fundraising for 2017 has been the magnificent Junior Years’ Redevelopment, and we have been led in this by our youngest learners. The students of Early Learning through to Year 6, along with their families, have been trailblazers in their wholehearted dedication to contributing towards their new home. Our students have been inspired by the journey of our Assistant Principal Early Learning Centre–Year 6, Mr Michael Brown. Mr Brown set himself the challenge of walking the 1000-kilometre Bibbulmun Track to fundraise for the Redevelopment. Together, Mr Brown and all our Junior Years’ families raised the exceptional total of $80,000. The first stage of our Bosisto Walk initiative is now open in the new Years 3–5 hub. Thank you to those families who participated in this unique expression of MLC’s legacy in our 110th year. We also appreciate the support of the Bosisto family, and greatly value their ongoing association with the College. The Circle of Success continues to be a remarkable example of community achievement. In 2017 our members voted for the beautification of Hadley Green, and we look forward to that project being completed in 2018. Since 2015, Circle of Success has contributed an outstanding $430,527 to worthy College projects that would otherwise have remained unfunded. 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 the Foundation volunteers who give us many hours of their time and expertise each year, and to all our 2017 donors. 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 145 Year 12 graduates achieved excellent results in both the 2017 Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) and Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses.

WACE RESULTS The 140 students (96.55 per cent of the Year 12 cohort) who sat the WACE exams have continued to enhance the standing of the College as a leading academic school. They achieved the following results. • 97.4 per cent completed four or more Year 12 Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) courses. • 100 per cent achieved the Western Australian Certificate of Education for secondary graduation. • The girls achieved a median ATAR of 87.85. • 5 students (3.6 per cent of the MLC ATAR and WACE

• 35 students (25.18 per cent of the MLC ATAR and WACE graduate population) attained an ATAR of 95 or above, placing them in the top 5 per cent of students across WA. • 62 students (44.6 per cent of the MLC ATAR and WACE graduate population) attained an ATAR 90 or above, placing them in the top 10 per cent of students across WA.

graduate population) attained an ATAR of 99 or above,

• 95 students (68.35 per cent) achieved the minimum ATAR

placing them in the top 1 per cent of students across WA.

requirement for gaining entry into most of the Group of

• 17 students (12.23 per cent of the MLC ATAR and WACE

Eight Universities across Australia, including UWA.

graduate population) attained an ATAR of 98 or above,

• 116 students (83.45 per cent) achieved an ATAR that

placing them in the top 2 per cent of students across WA.

would provide entry into one of WA’s five universities.

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VET RESULTS 10 students studied and completed 14 VET courses with external Registered Training Organisations. They attained: 1 Certificate IV and 1 Certificate III in Education Support 2 Certificate IVs in Preparation for Nursing 1 Certificate IV in Business 2 Certificate IIIs in Early Childhood Education and Care 1 Certificate III in Retail 1 Certificate II in Hospitality 4 Certificate IIs in Customer Engagement

WACE 96.55 per cent

VET 3.45 per cent

Pie chart showing percentage of girls completing WACE and VET.

NAPLAN Girls in Years 3, 5 ,7 and 9 took part in the National Assessment Programme – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) in May 2017. This series of tests, which are compulsory in all schools in Australia, gives a snapshot of the nation’s children’s abilities in five key educational areas: numeracy, reading, spelling, grammar and writing.

EXHIBITIONS AND AWARDS 2 General Exhibitions 1 Special General Exhibition 1 Subject Exhibition (Materials Design and Technology: Textiles) 9 Certificates of Excellence 3 Special Certificates of Excellence 44 Certificates of Distinction 27 Certificates of Merit MLC achieved “top-performing students” status in 14 WACE ATAR courses including: Ancient History Biology Chemistry Economics English as an Additional Language or Dialect [through Christ Church Grammar School (CCGS)] Geography (through CCGS) Human Biology Literature Marine and Maritime Studies Materials Design and Technology Media Production and Analysis Physics Politics and Law Psychology

Percentage of 2017 MLC students achieving national benchmarks

Year 3 Year 5 Year 7 Year 9

Numeracy

100

99

100

99

Reading

100

100

100

99

Spelling

100

98

99

98

Grammar

100

96

99

99

Writing

100 98 100 98

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GRADUATE DESTINATIONS Methodist Ladies’ College’s 145 graduates chose a variety of courses at universities around Australia and overseas. Institution

Numbers attending

Area of Study

Number of girls studying

Australian National University

1

Accounting 1

Bond University

2

Applied Data Analytics

Curtin University

19

Architecture 3

Edith Cowan University

1

Arts 13

Imperial College London

1

Biomedicine 14

Monash University

1

Commerce 16

Murdoch University

4

Computer Science

North Carolina State University

1

Criminology 1

RMIT University

2

Education 8

TAFE 1

Engineering 1

University of Melbourne

8

Exercise and Sports Science

University of New South Wales

1

Finance 2

29

Law 7

University of Notre Dame Australia

1

1

4

University of Roehampton

1

Makeup and Beauty

University of Sydney

4

Mathematics 1

31

Medicine 4

WA Academy

1

Music 1

WA Academy of Performing Arts

1

Nursing 7

20

Psychology 9

Unknown 16

Science 11

TOTAL 145

Sociology 1

University of Western Australia

Gap Year

1

Speech Pathology

1

Veterinary Science

1

Gap Year

20

Unknown 16 TOTAL 145

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY On the last day of the 2017 academic year, 1,205 girls representing 25 nationalities were enrolled at MLC, including five girls of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent. Fourteen languages other than English were spoken in the home.

ENROLMENTS AS AT 5 DECEMBER 2017 Day girls

Boarders

Total

JUNIOR YEARS

391

1

392

MIDDLE YEARS

342

23

365

SENIOR YEARS

378

70

448

TOTAL

1,111 94 1,205

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STUDENT ATTENDANCE FOR 2017 Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 Average Pre-Kindergarten Kindergarten

94.0 92.0 90.0 94.0

Pre-Primary

95.0

Year 1 Year 2

96.0

Year 3

96.0

Year 4

95.0

Year 5

95.0

Year 6

95.0

Year 7

95.0

Year 8

94.0

Year 9

94.0

Year 10

94.0

Year 11

93.0

Year 12

93.0 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 2017, MLC commissioned MMG Education to conduct an independent and confidential survey of its students and their parents. A total of 216 parents of students in Years 3, 5, 8 and 12 completed the survey, which was extensive and covered more than 300 aspects of education at MLC. The following chart details the percentage of parents who noted their expectations had been met or exceeded across key areas, ranked in order of the importance they placed on these areas when choosing a school.

2017 MLC Claremont Parents - Expectations Met/Exceeded - 3/5/8/12 Parents - Top 10 (n=216)

86%

91%

89%

92%

93%

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

93%

96%

Facilities and The College’s resources Values

75%

92%

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

Percentage Expectations Met/Exceeded

A total of 309 students from Years 5, 8 and 12 also completed the survey. The following chart details the percentage of students who said their expectations had been met or exceeded across key areas.

2017 MLC Claremont Students - Expectations Met/Exceeded - 5/8/ / 12 Students - Top 10 (n=309)

79%

71%

Quality of teaching

Focus on student wellbeing, providing a safe and caring environment

93%

89%

87%

91%

Academic standards

Principal’s leadership

Holistic education

The College’s reputation

88%

93%

90%

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

79%

Social and cultural diversity

Percentage Expectations Met/Exceeded

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FINANCIALS

ANNUAL INCOME Other Income State and Federal

4% 16%

Government Subsidy

Fee Revenue

80%

ANNUAL EXPENDITURE Tuition 5% Depreciation 5% Information and Learning Technology

2%

Facilities 2% Boarding Services

3%

Interest 2% Administration 6% Renumeration 75%

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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 the following qualifications.

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 2017 and 31 December 2017.

Women

Men

Casual

Total

% Women

Men

12

67

33

0

18

72

28

0

0

8

37.5

62.5

6

32

2

162

86.4

13.6

5

24

7

130

80

20

Full

Part

Full

Part

Women

Men

Leadership Team

7

1

3

1

0

0

Heads of Department and Senior Teachers

13

0

5

0

0

Managers ‑ Operations

3

0

4

1

Other Teachers

65

43

14

Operational Employees

36

44

14

Teaching staff took a total of 4,462 hours of personal leave, covering both sick leave and carer’s leave. This represents an average of approximately 35 hours per staff member.

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TEACHING STAFF NAMES AND QUALIFICATIONS SURNAME

NAME QUALIFICATIONS

Addy

Jessica

Arthur

Katie BEd

Ashby

Anne

Baddock Bakitch

BA DipT

MT (Sec)

MEd

DipEd

BEcon

JLPT(Level1)

Maree

BSc GradDipEd

MScEd

PhD

Ainsley

BEd BA

JAPNS(1stClass)

Bath

Belinda

BEd DipT

Bayly

Katherine

BSc GradDipEd

Bayne

Suzy

BA GradDipEd

Beaton

Ben

MEd BA

Beaton

Helen

BMusEd(Hons)

Biffin

William

BSc(Hons)

Birch

Paul

DipT BPhyHlthEd

Boon

Katie

BEd GradDipEd

CertLNTC

DipNOLS

Bourke

Deborah

DipT GradDipEd

CertTeach(RE)

DipCat

Brahim

Roslyn

BA BEd

Bright

Vanessa

BA GradDipSclt

Bromell

Heather CertIVTAA BBus GradDipEd BASocSc(Hons)

GradDipEd DipEd

Brown

Michael

Brown

Alexandra BHlthSc

GradDipEd

Brown

Simon

PGCertEd

Burnett

Amelia BEd

Cant

Laura BEd

Caporn

Megan BEd

Chaney

Sally

BSc GradDipSpecEd BSpecEd(Hons)

Chaumont

Emmanuelle

BA GradDipEd

Claassen

Jacqui

BHMovStud

Clarke

Megan

BEd(EarlyCh)

Clifton-Simms

Rachel

BSc BLA

Cody

Rebecca

BEd(Hons)

BA (Hons)

PGCE

DipEd PhD

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

Delena

Sarah

BA DipEd

Dilkes

Jenny

AFA CertPhoto

CertPatt

Dunn

Rosemarie

BEd DipT

ESL

England

Samantha

BSc(Hons)

GradDipEd

Fallon

Colin BCom GradDipEd

Farrell

Katherine BEd

DipEd

DipEd GradDipEd

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SURNAME

NAME QUALIFICATIONS

Faulkner

Robert

PhDMus

Fletcher

Jo

BSc GradDipEd

Ford

David BEd

Ford

Jodie

BA DipEd

Formosa

Zaibun (Zebby)

BSc(Hons)

Franz

Tanya DipT

Gara

Lainie

BSc EdD

GradDipEd

Gillausseyn

Helen

BEd (Sec)

CertIVTA AssocDipSocSc(ChildCare)

MA(PsychMusic) PGradCertEd

GRSM

PGCE(SecEd Science)

Goff

Marina

BEd(Hons)

Grasso

Erin

BSc GradDipEd

Guggisberg

Patrick

BA BEd

Guilfoyle

Janice

DipT PGradDipEd

PGradDipScEd

Hall

Kate

BA GradDipEd

DipPerfArts

Hateley

Nicole

BA(Eng)

GradDipEd(Sec)

Haughton

Deirdre (Dee)

BSc(Hons)

DipEd

Heathcote-Marks

JacquI

BEd

Hill

Robyn DipT

Hilliard

Andrea

BSc GradDipBioTech PGradDipEd

Hinton

Lana

BA BEd

Hodkin

Michelle

BEd GradDipEd

MEd(Hons)

MEd

Hodson

Katie

BA DipEd

Hoffman

Mary

BSc TeachCred(USA)

Hole

Karen TchCert DipT GradDipPhysEd

Hopps

Amanda

BA BOT

Howlett

Gary

DipT CertIV2Tr

GradDipSc

Johnstone

Ollie

BA(ChStud)

PGDipT&L

Jones

Ruth

BA(Ed)

Kathriarachchi Michelle BEd Keen

Kathryn

BA(Eng)

GradDipEd(Sec)

Kennedy

Louise

BA BEd

Khan

Hani

BA(Hons)

GCertLearnTech HDipEd

Kucan

Kathy

BA DipEd

MEd

Lambert

Jodee

BA GradDipEd

HDipTch

Laurance

Sasha BEng

GradDipEd

Leggett

Emma

BA PGCertEd

BPhysEd

Li

Ping

BCom

GradDipEd DipSalesMktg

Lowrie

Filicity BEd

Lundy

Cheryl

DipT AssocDipSocSc

Lussick

Dell

TeachCert DipT BEd TEFL

Lydon

Helen

BSc GradDipEd

Macintyre

Carole BEd

Mah

Joyce

Bcom(Bus)

Martino

Jennifer

BSc DipEd

Cert111FasDes

CertIVTrain

MEd(Hons) PGradDipEd

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SURNAME

NAME QUALIFICATIONS

Massey

Jane

BA DipEd

Mayhew

Elizabeth (Liz)

BA GradDipEd

McCleary

Sharon

BEng

McNamara

Melissa BEd

Miller

Susan

BEd HDipT

Morris

Gemma

BLL GradDipEd

Moullin

Felicity BEd

Movley

Rebecca BEd

Nippierd

Lucy BEd

Norris

Sophie

BA GradDipEd

O’Sullivan

Jane

BA GradDipEd

Olsen

Sharleen

BA GradDipEd

Orr

Bianca

BA GradDipEd

Overmeire

Belinda

BA DipEd

Padman

Kate

Park

AdvDipLangTch MTeach(Prim)

MCrimJust

GradDipJour

CertIVBroad

Bsc TeachCert

PGradDipEd

PGDipEnv

Barry

BA(Hons)

GradCertEd

Parker

Cheryl

BA BEd

Pearn

Brendon BMus

Petchell

Katie BEd

Pieris

Tatjiana

GradDipEd

BSc GradDipEd

Potier

Jennifer

BSc GradDipEd

Powell

Natalie

BA GradDipEd

Pritchard

Sharmaine

BEd CertEd(GiftedEd) MEd

Quesnel

Denise

BA DipEd

Rackl

Megan

BEd DipCommServ(EarlyChildhood)

Ranford

Tonia

DipT BEd

Regan

Penny

BSc GradDipEd(Sec) MEd

Ristovsky

Amanda

BA(Ed)

Roberts

Meredith BEd

Robertson

Amanda

Rose

Shannon BEd

Rose

Nicola

BA CertEd

Rough

Emma

BA GradDipEd

GradDipD

GradDipAppSc

BSc GradDipEd GradDipEd

Rourke

Rebecca

BEd DipT

Rudoff

Macie

MSc PiLambdaTheta

Rudrum

Michelle

BA BAppSc

GradDipEd

Senior

Faye

BA(Hons)

PGradCertEd

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

MEd GradCertCareer

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SURNAME

NAME QUALIFICATIONS

Sparrow

Seanne

BA DipEd

Spencer

Jodie

BA

Stark

Jane

BA(Hons)

GradCertEd

Starkie

Jo-Anne

BA BEd

DipEd

GradCertGTEd CertIVTAA

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

Templeton-Knight

Rachael

BSc(Hons)

GradDipEd

Teusner

Margot

BA(Art)

GradDipEd

Till

Joelle

BA(Ed)

BSc

Tilley

Donna

BEd MA

Urbini

Jan

BA GradDipEd

Van Asselt

Cale

BTh GradDipEd

Van der Moezel

Patrick

BSc BMus(Hons)

GradDipEd

Varley

Marshall

BSc DipEngMin

GradDipMYTeach

Walker-Hart

Fionna

BA BEnvDes

BArch

Walsh

Alana

BEd CertEd

ESL

Weekes

Jonathan

BPhysEd

Weight

Katherine

BSc DipEd

Williams

Suzanne (Suzy)

BSc GradDipEd

GradDipEd

GradCertTESOL

Wilson

Hollis

BSc DipEd

MSc

Wilson

Andrea

BA GradDipEd

GradDipPsych

Woo

Bonnie

BAppSc

GradDipEd

Wright

Danielle

BSc GradDipEd

Zani

Tessa

BEd(Prim)

Div GradDipMod IntLanChi

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