The School Council plays a vital role in running our school and being a councillor is a rewarding experience that gives you a chance to make a real difference at our school.
School council members are elected for two-year terms with half of the councillor’s terms ending each year and councillors can server more than one term.
If you think you might be interested in joining the council, please contact us for more information.
About School Councils
All school councils in Victoria operate under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006.
Each school council is established by an Order of the Minister for Education, which specifies:
- size and configuration
- objectives and powers
- functions and accountabilities
- role of the executive officer who is the principal.
More information on the roles and responsibilities of school councils can be found at https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/school-council-overview/overview.
2023 School Council members
Department of Education and Training representatives
Department employees include staff members at the school. Members of this category may make up no more than one-third of the total membership of the school council. As the executive officer, the principal of the school is automatically one of these members.
- Daniel Webber – Principal, Executive Officer
- Amanda Callaway
- Stuart Jones
Parent members must comprise more than one-third of council’s total membership. Department employees are eligible to be parent members at their child’s school, as long as they do not work at the particular school.
- Jimmy Harris – President
- Myles Gaffney – Vice-President
- Nick Austin – Treasurer
- Kimberley Hall – Minute Secretary
- Elizabeth Andrew
- Nooshin Evans
- Mark Hawthorne
- Aime Loydell
- Rick Templeton