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ANNUAL REPORT

2015 MLC 路 Annual Report 2015

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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BY CHAIR OF COUNCIL

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THE COLLEGE COUNCIL

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PRINCIPAL’S REPORT: REFLECTIONS OF 2015

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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 11 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

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MLC COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS

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FINANCIALS 15

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ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE AND STAFF PROFILE

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STAFF QUALIFICATIONS

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INTRODUCTION BY CHAIR OF COUNCIL The spirit at Methodist Ladies’ College is special in so many ways and I feel blessed to be connected with the School. I am delighted to report that 2015 has been another year of great achievement for MLC. The year commenced with a MLC milestone – the highest number of student enrolments in the College’s history. As MLC grows, so does our capacity to further invest and provide richer opportunities for our girls. The generosity of the MLC community has shone, with the College able to deliver multiple projects through funds received from the MLC Foundation’s inaugural Circle of Success. The Yvonne Palmer Biological Sciences Laboratory upgrade was chosen by Circle of Success members, with an additional donation also allowing for the upgrade of audio-visual equipment in Hadley Hall. These very welcome facilities will benefit our girls today and into the future. Council has worked diligently with Principal Rebecca Cody on the new and comprehensive Strategic Plan, Towards 2025. To mention just a few projects, sound progress has already resulted with the new student reporting framework (Learner Profiles) and the Prague exchange programme (MLC Abroad). The Walton Leadership Institute is an extra-ordinarily exciting part of Towards 2025. Its influence on the growth and development of future generations of graduates truly gives MLC girls a notable start as they make their way in life. At year’s end, we bade farewell to our long-serving Deputy Principal, Ms Yvonne Palmer. Her professionalism, wisdom and care for the College have been clear in all that she created. We thank her for her genuine investment in people and for giving so much to MLC. We were also able to announce the redevelopment of the Junior Years. This two-year project has been thoroughly planned and meticulously designed with dynamic and contemporary spaces for our students. This project will ultimately contribute to us living the Vision of being an international leader of holistic learning and teaching. Further advancements are also scheduled across other exciting Towards 2025 projects. My warmest thanks are passed onto all staff and the College community for contributing to a wonderfully successful year in 2015. That special MLC spirit continues to bind us all together in so many ways, ensuring a thriving MLC. Dr Penny Flett AO

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REFLECTING UPON 2015 “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Mahatma Ghandi In 2015 our students embraced wholeheartedly the concept of leading purposeful lives. This was our theme for the year that revealed itself through a myriad of achievements and innovations. As this report references, there is ample evidence to support how the theme was realised by our Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 learners and MLC’s highly accomplished staff. Herewith is a snapshot of MLC’s 2015 achievements and innovations. 1. Launching MLC’s 10-year aspirational Strategic Plan, Towards 2025. 2. Our 2015 Leavers, their contributions and successes, including a stunning median ATAR of 91.3. 3. Opening Pre-Kindergarten classes at MLC. 4. Planning and commencing the much anticipated Junior Years’ Redevelopment. 5. Increasing the international student intake by 50 per cent in 12 months. 6. The inaugural MLC and Prague British School student exchange. 7. The spectacular College production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. 8. MLC’s IGSSA rowing and athletics results. 9. Introduction of afternoon STEAM lessons for girls in Years 3-6. 10. Our new MLC website was awarded the Western Australian 2015 Australian Web Award in the education category. 11. Total Foundation fundraising for 2015 was in excess of $850,000. Our generous MLC community contributed to the Scholarship and Building Funds, and also to specific projects, such as the Hadley Hall Audio Visual Upgrade and the Boarding House Transformation.

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12. Transitioned to a compulsory Bring Your Own Designated Device (BYODD) College. 13. Created the role of ILT Curriculum Mentor to work with teachers, parents and students to embed learning technology. 14. The opportunity to pay tribute to the incomparable and deeply revered Ms Yvonne Palmer, who retired at the end of 2015. As a classroom teacher, Coordinator of Biological Sciences, Head of House, Head of Academic Department - Science, Deputy Principal and Acting Principal, she embodied wisdom, professionalism and benevolence. Indeed, Yvonne is a discerning woman of courage and conviction, and the finest educator I have ever worked alongside. It has been a blessing and an honour to serve MLC together.  15. The inaugural Circle of Success initiative raised $86,000 and supported the development of the Yvonne Palmer Biological Sciences Laboratory. Per Ardua Ad Alta. Yours in striving to the heights, Rebecca Cody

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COLLEGE COUNCIL

CHAIR OF COUNCIL

DEPUTY CHAIR OF COUNCIL

TREASURER

SECRETARY

Dr Penny Flett

David Singleton

Prue Honey

Diane Mony De Kerloy

AO, MBBS, DGM, FRACMA, AFCHSE, FAIM

BSc (Hons)

BBus, GDip CA

BJuris (Hons), LLB (Hons)

Nick Brasington

Craig Colvin

Professor Phillip Dolan

Ralph Moore

BCom, ACA, FAICD

BJuris (Hons), LLB (Hons), LLM

PhD, MBA, BA, FSIA, FAICD, FAIM

MScE, BEng, FIEAust

MEMBERS

VISITOR

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Dr Anne Passmore

Grant Robinson

Diane Smith-Gander

Reverend Steve Francis

PhD, GradDip (HlthSc), BAppSc (OT)

BCom, FCA

MBA, BEcon

BA, GDip Theology

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FOUNDATION REPORT “Alone we can do so little: Together we can do so much.” Helen Keller In 2015, the MLC Foundation and the MLC community have achieved much. We have collaborated through the Circle of Success to deliver the transformation of the Yvonne Palmer Biological Sciences Laboratory, and the Foundation has been pleased to assist the Friends of Music with the Grand Legacy. Likewise we have been delighted to work more closely with Parents of MLC to acknowledge the full scope of the philanthropic spirit of MLC. We have forged partnerships with individuals within our community, which have produced outstanding results for our girls: the now completed Boarding House Transformation, the upgrade of the Hadley Hall audio visual system, support for Rowing, scholarships and for the Foundation Building Fund. The Foundation Future Levy builds the Endowment Fund as an enduring source of income for the College, and our work with our external partners, Shell and the SAS Resources Fund, continues to benefit our scholarship programme. We look forward to furthering all these relationships, and establishing new ones, in 2016. The Foundation remains committed to our objectives to: •

Support the development of a culture of philanthropy at MLC;

Create an intergenerational source of independent income;

Support and sustain uninterrupted philanthropic programmes;

Aspire to contribute $1,000,000 for annual spending to the

Receive $1,000,000 in donated funding annually within 3 years; and, College by 2020.

This strategy is based on building a College community eager to provide financial support, or other skills to support MLC, according to their capacity. I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all contributors to the MLC Foundation in 2015; those who donated to our funds so generously and those who gave of their time and expertise. Your continued dedication and support is greatly valued and I look forward to continuing our journey together. James McClements Chair of MLC Foundation Inc.

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MOTTO, VISION, MISSION AND VALUES As part of Towards 2025 the College’s Vision, Mission and Values were reviewed, although our Inspiration and Motto remains: 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

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Seek fairness

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OUR STUDENTS EXCEL IN THEIR WACE EXAMS In Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) courses, MLC’s 2015 graduating Year 12 cohort achieved excellent results. The 96 girls who sat the WACE exams continued to enhance the standing of the College as a leading academic school in the State with outstanding results: • 99.01 per cent achieved secondary graduation; • A median ATAR of 91.3; • 12 students attained an ATAR of 99 or above; top 1 per cent of of students across WA (12.5 per cent of the MLC ATAR population). • 19 students attained an ATAR of 98 or above; top 2 per cent of of students across WA (19.7 per cent of the MLC ATAR population). • 39 students attained an ATAR of 95 or above; top 5 per cent of of students across WA (40.6 per cent of the MLC ATAR population). • 54 students attained an ATAR of 90 or above; top 10 per cent of of students across WA (56.3 per cent of the MLC ATAR population). • 82 students (85.4 per cent) achieved the minimum ATAR requirement for gaining entry into most of the Group of Eight Universities across Australia, including UWA. • 94 students (98 per cent) achieved an ATAR that would provide entry into one of Western Australia’s five universities. • In 32.44 per cent of the 3A/3B courses studied at MLC, the students achieved a WACE Course Score of at least 75.

EXHIBITIONS AND AWARDS 1 3 13 18

General Exhibition; Course Exhibitions; Certificates of Distinction; and Certificates of Commendation

OTHER AWARDS The Australian Engineers Institute Certificates – for graduates who gain above 75 per cent in their WACE exams in each of the following subjects: Specialist Mathematics 3CD, Mathematics 3CD, Chemistry and Physics. Four were presented to 2015 graduates. MLC achieved ‘top performing students’ status in 13 WACE Stage 3 courses including: 3AB Accounting and Finance 3AB Applied Information Technology 3AB Ancient History 3AB Chemistry 3AB English 3AB Human Biological Science 3AB Japanese: Second Language 3AB Literature 3AB Marine and Maritime Studies 3AB Modern History 3AB Physics 3AB Politics and Law 3AB Psychology Fifteen MLC courses had fewer than 10 students and were not eligible for this category.

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NAPLAN 2015 Achieving Benchmark (per cent)

Year 3 Year 5 Year 7 Year 9

Numeracy

100

100

100

100

Reading

100

100

100

99.3

Spelling

97.6

100

97.3

99.3

Grammar

100

100

99.1

99.3

Writing

100

100

98.2

99.3

2015 GRADUATES’ DESTINATIONS Australian National University

6

Monash University

1

RMIT 1

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET)

University of Melbourne

7

University of Queensland

1

In 2015, four students studied and completed VET

University of Sydney

1

Units of Competency with external Registered Training

University of Tasmania

2

Organisations. They attained: 1 Certificate III in Education Support;

Curtin University

15

1 Certificate II in Business;

Murdoch University

1 Certificate IV in Business, and;

Notre Dame University

12

University of Western Australia

29

1 Certificate II in Hospitality. Pie chart showing percentage of girls completing WACE and VET.

1

TAFE 2 Gap Year

14

Unknown 8 TOTAL 104

2015 GRADUATES AREAS OF STUDY Arts 14 Commerce 12 Law 5 Sciences 49 Unknown 10

10

WACE 96 percent

Not enrolled in 2016

VET

TOTAL 104

4 percent

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ENROLMENTS AS AT 7 DECEMBER 2015 Day girls

Boarders

Total

Junior Years

399

2

401

Middle Years

369

23

392

Senior Years

317

53

370

TOTAL

1,085 78 1,163

On the last day of the 2015 academic year, 1,163 girls representing 26 nationalities were enrolled at MLC. This includes five girls of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent.

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STUDENT ATTENDANCE FOR 2015

94.3

PK-12 Average

80.0

Pre-Kindergarten

86.5

Kindergarten

91.2

Pre-Primary

92.9

Year 1 Year 2

94.2

Year 3

94.0

Year 4

94.4

Year 5

95.3

Year 6

94.5 95.0

Year 7 Year 8

94.5

Year 9

94.3

Year 10

94.2 94.4

Year 11

94.0

Year 12

70 75 80 85 90 95 100 percentage of attendance

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OUR COMMUNITY’S EXPECTATIONS To continually refine and improve we seek feedback from our community. During 2015, MLC commissioned MMG Education to conduct an independent and confidential survey of our Leavers and their parents to ascertain data in relation to the College’s performance. This data is used to review and improve the educational experience for our students. For the 2015 review, a total of 39 parents and 98 Year 12 students completed the survey. The following charts detail 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 same areas when choosing a school.

2015 MLC PERTH - EXPECTATIONS MET/EXCEEDED - YEAR 12 PARENTS (N=39) (FIRST 11) 2015 MLC PERTH - EXPECTATIONS MET/EXCEEDED - YEAR 12 PARENTS (N=39) (FIRST 11) 82%

92%

87%

90%

92%

92%

92%

95%

82%

92%

87%

90%

92%

92%

92%

95%

Focus on student wellbeing. providing aFocus safe and on caring env. student

Academic standards

Principal’s leadership

Holistic education

The College’s Facilities and The College’s Good WA Certificate Social and reputation resources Values education at of Education cultural reasonable (WACE) results diversity expense

Academic standards

Principal’s leadership

Holistic education

The College’s Facilities and The College’s Good WA Certificate Social and reputation resources Values education at of Education cultural reasonable (WACE) results diversity expense

Quality of teaching

Quality of teaching

wellbeing. providing a safe and caring env.

72%

72%

72%

72%

95%

95%

Percent Expectations Met/Exceeded

2015 MLC PERTH - EXPECTATIONS MET/EXCEEDED - YEAR 12 PARENTS (N=39) (NEXT 11) Percent Expectations Met/Exceeded

2015 MLC PERTH - EXPECTATIONS MET/EXCEEDED - YEAR 12 PARENTS (N=39) (NEXT 11) 89%

89%

97%

97%

82%

82%

95%

97%

97%

100%

97%

93%

97%

95%

91%

95%

97%

97%

100%

97%

93%

97%

95%

91%

Co-curricular Location programme access to transport

Sports Community The College’s programme engagement traditions

Size of A single sex A Christian student girls’ College College population

NAPLAN results

A PreA boarding Kindergarten College for to Year 12 girls College

All

Co-curricular Location programme access to transport

Sports Community The College’s programme engagement traditions

Size of A single sex A Christian student girls’ College College population

NAPLAN results

A PreA boarding Kindergarten College for to Year 12 girls College

All

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Year 12 students gave the following responses. These are ranked in order of parent importance when choosing a school: Year 12 students gave the following responses. These are ranked in order of parent importance when choosing a school:

2015 MLC PERTH STUDENTS - EXPECTATIONS MET/EXCEEDED - YEAR 12 STUDENTS (n=98) (FIRST 10)

85%

77%

Quality of teaching

Focus on student wellbeing. providing a safe and caring environment

93%

93%

95%

Academic standards

Principal’s leadership

Holistic education

95%

91%

90%

The College’s reputation

Facilities and resources

89%

The College’s Values

WA Certificate of Education (WACE) results

86%

Social and cultural diversity

Percent Expectations Met/Exceeded

MMG Q2 9/15

2015 MLC PERTH STUDENTS - EXPECTATIONS MET/EXCEEDED - YEAR 12 STUDENTS (n=98) (NEXT 11)

89%

96%

Co-curricular Location programme access to transport

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85%

87%

89%

Sports Community The College’s programme engagement traditions

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93%

92%

88%

Size of A single sex A Christian student girls’ College College population

91%

NAPLAN results

97%

94%

A PreA boarding Kindergarten College for to Year 12 girls College

90%

All


FINANCIALS

ANNUAL INCOME Other Income

4%

Federal and State Government subsidy

17%

Tuition income

79%

ANNUAL EXPENDITURE Operating Costs

7%

Tuition Resources

5%

Information and Learning Technology

2%

Maintenance 2% Boarding Services

3%

Depreciation and Interest

7%

Salaries 74%

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OVERARCHING ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE Overarching Organisational Structure

Council

Principal Executive Officer, Council Secretariat

Executive Assistant

Director of People Strategy

Director of Development

Director of Corporate Sevices

Director of Community Relations

Deputy Principal

Assistant to Director of Corporate Services

Director of Information and Learning Technology

Chaplain Assistant to Deputy Principal

Director of Boarding

Deans of JY/MY/SY Education

Academic Dean

Line Managers – Operational Departments

Director of Academic Staff & Student Services

CLT Portfolio Focus (Rotational)

Heads of Academic Departments

Teachers and Educational Assistants, Nurses, Service Learning Associate and Operational Team Members

MLC STAFF PROFILE All staff employed between the dates 01/01/2015 and 31/12/2015 Women

Men

Casual

Total

% Women

Men

12

58

42

0

22

64

36

0

0

3

0

100

3

31

18

177

84

16

4

148

29

290

85

15

Full

Part

Full

Part

Women

Men

Leadership Team

6

1

5

0

0

0

Heads of Dept and Senior Teachers

13

1

8

0

0

Managers ‑ Operations

0

0

2

1

Other Teachers

61

56

8

Operational Employees

33

65

11

In 2015, teaching staff were absent for a total of 547 days or 4,379 hours. This includes sick and carers’ leave, and commitments to other College activities and professional development.

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TEACHING STAFF NAMES AND QUALIFICATIONS SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Ashby

Anne

DipEd

BEcon

Bakitch

Ainsley

BEd

BA

Bath

Belinda

BEd

DipT

Bayly

Katherine

BSc

GradDipEd

Bayne

Suzy

BA

GradDipEd

Beaton

Ben

MEd (Leadership and Management)

Beaton

Helen

BMusEd (Hons)

Biffin

William

BSc

DipEd

Birch

Paul

DipT

BPhyHlthEd

Blackburn

Robyn

GradDipPsych DipEd

BA

Boon

Katie

BEd

CertLNTC

Bourke

Deborah

DipT

Boyce

Adele

BPhysEd

DipEd

Brahim

Roslyn

BA

BEd

Brand

Elizabeth

BA

BEd

Bromell

Heather

CertIVTAA

BA

Brown

Alexandra

BHlthSci

GradDipEd

Brown

Michael

PGradCertEd BAppSc

Burnett

Amelia

BEd

GradDipEd GradDipEd

JLPT(level3) JAPNS(first class)

Med

BA

GradDipEd

DipNOLS

DipCat

CertTeach (RE)

CertTeach

CertIVTAA

GradDipEd

Chaney

Sally

BSc

GradDipSpecEd

Chaumont

Emmanuelle

GradDipEd

BA

Claassen

Jacqueline

BSc

DipEd

Cody

Rebecca

BEd (Hons)

Combes

Amanda

DipT

CertIVTAA

Cook

Andrea

BEd

DipT

Cooper

Kaoru

BCom

GradDipLT

Crawford

Bryony

Bed

MMusic

Davey

Stephen

Bsc (Hons)

BA

Davis

Kareena

BEd

TeachCert

De Boer

Chris

DipEd

BExSpSc

Delena

Sarah

BA

DipEd

BSpecEd (Hons)

DipEd

Dilkes

Jennifer

GradDipEd

AFA

CertPhoto CertPatt

Dreher

Naomi

BCom

DipIT

GradDipEd GradCertEd

Dunn

Rosemarie

BEd

DipT

England

Samantha

BSc(Hons)

GradDipEd

Fallon

Colin

BCom

GradDipEd

Farrell

Katherine

Bed

Faulkner

Robert

PhDMus

Ford

David

BEd

Ford

Jodie

DipEd

BA

Formosa

Zaibun (Zebby)

BSc(Hons)

PGCertEd

MA(Psyschology for Musicians)

CertIVIT

PGradCertEd

GRSM

CertIVTA

LICRAM

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SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Franz

Tanya

DipT

Fulton

Kirin

BEd

Gara

Lainie

GradDipEd

BSc

MEd(Hons) EdD

Gibson

Jill

BEcon

DipEd

DipT

Gillausseyn

Helen

Bed(Sec)

CertIVTA

Goff

Marina

BEd

AssocDipSocServ(Child Care)

Grasso

Erin

GradDipEd

BSc

Guggisberg

Patrick

BEd

BA

TeachCert

Guilfoyle

Janice

PGradDipEd

DipT

PGradDipScEd

Hadley

Peter

BA

GradDipEd

PhDEthno

Hall

Kate

GradDipEd

DipPerfArts BA

Hall

Kathryn (Kathy) BA(Ed)

Halliday

Joanna

DipT

BEd

Hardwicke

Jacquelene

MEd

BEd

Harris

Fiona

BEd

Haughton

Deirdre

BSc(Hons)

Hill

Robyn

DipT

Hilliard

Andrea

BSc

Hodkin

Michelle

BEd

Hodson

Katie

BA

Hoffman

Mary; BSc

Teaching Cred(USA)

Hole

Karen

DipT

TeachHCert GradDipPhysEd

Hopps

Amanda

BA

BOT

Horler

Trudi

BEd

GradCertLit GradCertGTEd

Howlett

Gary

GradDipSc

DipT

CertIV2Tr

Ireland

Dennis

TeachHCert

BAppSc

GradDipEd MAppSc

Jenkins

Emma

BA

PGradCertEd Med

Jones

Ruth

BA (Ed)

Kathriarachchi

Michelle

Bed

Keen

Kathryn

BA (Eng)

GradDipEd(Sec)

Kennedy

Louise

BA

BEd

Khan

Umehani

GradCertLearnTech

Kolka

Donna

BPhysEd

BA

DipEd GradDipBiotech

PGradDipEd

DipEd

HDipEd

BA

PhD

BA(Hons)

PGradCertEd

Kucan

Kathy

DipEd

BA

Lambert

Jodee

GradDipEd

BA

Leggett

Emma

BA

PGCertEd

Li

Ping

BCom(Business)

GradDipEd DipSalesMktg

Lipscombe

Emma

BEd

DipEd

BA

Loss

Amanda

DipT

AssocLib

Bed

Lowrie

Filicity

BEd

Lundy

Cheryl

DipT

AssocDipAppSc

Lussick

Dell

DipT

TeachCert

BEd

Lydon

Helen

BSc

GradDipEd

Med(Hons)

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MEd MEd

PGradDipScEd

MA

HDipTeach


SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Macintyre

Carole

BMus

Mah

Joyce

PGradDipEd

BCom(Business)

Martino

Jennifer

BSc

DipEd

Mayhew

Elizabeth (Liz)

GradDipEd

BA

McGillivray

Jennifer

BEd

DipEd

CertIVTAA

McGlynn

Penelope

BPhysEd

DipEd

BSc(Multidisciplinary Science)

McNamara

Melissa

BEd

McNaughton

Gabrielle

BEd

Miller

Susan

BEd

HDipT

Morris

Gemma

GradDipEd

BLL

Morey

Madeleine

GradDipEd

BPsych (2ndHons)

Movley

Rebecca

BEd

Nippierd

Lucy

BEd

Norwood

Aasha

Bed

O’Connor

Amy

BEd

O’Sullivan

Jane

BA

GradDipEd

Olsen

Sharleen

GradDipEd

BA

Ong

Robert

BSc

DipEd

Orr

Bianca

BA

GradDipEd

Overmeire

Belinda

BA

DipEd

PhD

CertMus

MCrimJust

GradDipJour

Padman

Kate

BSc

PostGradDipEd

Palmer

Yvonne

BSc

DipEd

Park

Barry

BA(Hons)

GradCertEd

Parker

Cheryl

BEd

BA

Pearn

Brendon

BMus

GradDipEd

Petchell

Katie

BEd

Porter

Kate

BA

GradDipEd

Potier

Jennifer

BSc

GradDipEd

Powell

Natalie

BA

GradDipEd

GradDipD

Pritchard

Sharmaine

BEd

CertEd

Med

Quesnel

Denise

BA

DipEd

Rackl

Megan

BEd

Roberts

Meredith

BEd

Robertson

Amanda

BSc

GradDipEd

Rose

Nicola

GradDipEd

BA

Rose

Shannon

BEd

Rough

Emma

BA

GradDipEd

Rourke

Rebecca

DipT

BEd

Rudrum

Michelle

BA

BAppSc

Senior

Faye

BA(Hons)

PostGradCertEd

Sewell

Vanessa

BA

GradDipScIt

Shaw

Carol (Sue)

BA

GradDipEd

GradDipPsych

Silberstein

Rosalind

BSc

DipEd

GradDipMktg

CertIVBroad

TeachCert MSc

PostGradDipEnv

GradDipEd

CertEd

GradDipEd MEd

GradCertCareer

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SURNAME

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

Smallbone

Janine

CertEd

DipProgMaths

Smith

Rochelle

BA

DipEd

DipBibleMis

Smith

Vanessa

BEcon

BA

GradDipEd

Sparrow

Seanne

BA

DipEd

Spencer

Jodie

BA

Stark

Jane

BA(Hons)

GradCertEd

Starkie

Jo-Anne

MEd(Hons)

CertIVTAA

GradCertGTEd

Stulpner

Katherine

MSc(Hons)

BSc(Hons)

DipT(Higher)

Sykiotis

Tamsin

MEd

ICLP

ESOL(Level 4)

Tamblyn

Karen

BA

GradDipEd

MEd

Taylor

Brian

DipT

Templeton-Knight Rachael

BSc(Hons)

GradDipEd

Teusner

Margaret

GradDipEd

BA

Thomson

Karen

MScEd

DipEd

Trend

Felicity

BEd

Urbini

Janette

GradDipEd

Van Asselt

Cale

BTh

Van Ravestein

Lynette

BA(Hons)

DipEd

Varley

Marshall

BSc

GradDipMYTea

Walsh

Alana

BEd

CertEd

Webb

Jannine

BEd

DipT

Weekes

Jonathan

BPhysEd

Weight

Katherine

BSc

DipEd

Williams

Suzanne

GradDipEd

BSc

Wilkins

Bruce

MSc

BEd

DipT

Wilson

Hollis

MSc

MDiv

DipEd

Wong

Mable Sing Hui GradDipEd

BA

Woo

Bonnie

GradDipEd

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BAppSc

BEd

BSc(Hons)

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