Key Personnel

Leadership Team
Principal  Mary O'Connor
 Deputy Principal - 
Learning & Teaching
Sarah Tymensen
Deputy Principal -
Chris Burn
Deputy Principal - 
Professional Learning 
Bernadette Turner
 Mission Leader Judeline Wadhwani
 Business Manager Brendan Lynch
 College Organiser Anna Giovannoni


Finance Manager Onkar Chauhan
Office Manager           Noreen Milllar
Registrar Elaine Tebbutt
Student Administration  Lisa Murie

Student Support

Careers Leader  Mark Weegberg
Counsellors  Julianne Williams
Amanda Dawson
Learning Support
 Charmaine McKee
Information Technology
Brendan Catlow

Pastoral Coordinators 

Pastoral Coordinator -
Year 7 
 Anna Dortmans
Pastoral Coordinator - 
Year 8
 Michelle Sweeny
Pastoral Coordinator - 
Year 9
 Kym Hardeman
 Pastoral Coordinator - 
 Clare Meehan
Pastoral Coordinator - 
 Sue Bennetts
Pastoral Coordinator - 
 Fiona Hall
Pastoral Coordinator -
Brendan Phyland 

Faculty Leaders

English  Chris Pearson
Food Technology /
Human Development 
 Bernadette Dorning
Health and Physical 
 Rebecca Ticli
Humanities Briony Parker
 Integrated Studies  Diana Brooks
Andrew Holland
 Languages Julie Devine
 Mathematics Chris Nichols
 Music Gavin Cassidy
Performing Arts / 
Cathryn Williams
Gavin Cassidy
Religious Education Jennifer Levett
Science Toula Tripaydonis
Visual Arts Rehana Patrick

Positions of Leadership

eLearning  Sam Harding
College Sports Coordinator Elle Bennetts
 Photographer  Laura Owsianka
 Social Justice Leader Mary Harmes 
 Head of Sport Lauren Munday
 Stacella Coordinator  Tenille Kearney
 Student Teacher Coordinator   Nadine Schilg
Senior Studies Leader Rebecca Sharp
Learning Innovation Leader Mellesa McDiarmid
 Library Services Leader  Kris Paterson

Professional Learning

Staff see themselves as lifelong learners. They are involved in whole-school professional learning days each term and in professional learning teams, contributing to learning in faculty and pastoral- based teams and attending external and internal professional learning activities.

Staff attend professional learning in many areas:
• student wellbeing;
• subject-based pedagogy;
• incorporating information and communications technology in the classroom;
• sustainability;
• curriculum development;
• religious and faith education;
• Presentation education. 

Many staff hold Masters Degrees or are currently undertaking further studies.

All teaching staff must be registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).
To register, staff must have completed 20 hours of standards-referenced professional learning as well as 10 hours of teaching or equivalent in the previous 12 months.

Please visit the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) for further details.