PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

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I extend to you a very warm welcome to our Christ-Centred learning community.

I believe your decision to entrust your child’s education to our care is a wise one. As educators in a Catholic school environment, we aim to nurture young people to do ‘the best they possibly can’ in all their endeavours. In this context, the reaching of one’s potential relates not only to the academic, sporting and social life within the College but also being open to their spiritual growth and the teaching and religious practices of the Catholic Church. At St Joseph’s Regional College we will foster Christ-centred learners; enabling them to think creatively and critically, communicate and collaborate effectively, and build relationships based on respect, resilience and responsibility.”

St Joseph’s Regional College has high expectations for our students to achieve. This begins with the St Joseph’s Regional College's attention to the details of the seemingly smaller, but no less important, day-to-day aspects of life at the school. Hence, the wearing of school uniform with pride, care for our school environment and the manner in which we relate to others at school and in the wider community are pivotal to the formation of well-rounded and spiritually centred young people.

The support your families will receive with regard to your child’s education from St Joseph’s Regional College staff is, I believe without comparison. I witness quality teaching and learning taking place within our school environment daily. Indeed, the staff at St Joseph’s Regional College is a very committed group of people. The majority of St Joseph’s Regional College's ongoing academic success and heightened profile in the Hastings Valley Region is attributable to the positive relationships staff form with students in their learning.

One of the key indicators of a good school is that students are happy in their learning and are loyal to their families and communities to which they belong. When this occurs in an environment where young people are suitably challenged and extended, then a school forms the basis of a tradition that it can be proud of and worth preserving. Indeed, it is my belief that St Joseph’s Regional College possesses many of these qualities which make it an excellent Catholic School.

We look forward to working with you in the coming years in our endeavour to see your child grow and become the best person they possibly can during this very important time.

Yours sincerely

Tanya Daley
Acting College Principal

MEET OUR STAFF

ACTING PRINCIPAL
Mrs Tanya Daley

Mission
Michael Walsh

ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS
Pastoral Care
Jennifer Furney

Teaching & Learning
Tim McCosker

Parish Priest
Father Paul Gooley
Assistant Parish Priest
Father Roland Agrisola
Leader of Catechesis
Sean Jennings
Leader of Evangelisation
Timo Gobius
Leader of Pedagogy
Matthew Cato
Leader of Curriculum
Ian Lutton
Leader of Student Wellbeing
(Behaviour Support)
Michael Morson
Leader of Student Wellbeing
(Intervention)
Kylie Wallis
Leader of Administration
Mark Robertson
LEADERS of STUDENT WELLBEING (House Yr11 & 12)
Year 12
- Kellie Croft
Year 11 - Heidi Flanagan
Flinders & PC Programs - Cheryl Hyde
Hastings & Year 10 - Tom Inatey
Innes & Year 7 - Chris Kalchbauer
Macquarie & Year 9 - Sophie Woods
Oxley & Year 8 - Claire Goldie
Wilson & Senior Leadership Team - Heidi O'Reilly

LEADERS AND ASSISTANTS OF KEY LEARNING AREAS

English
Leader - Anne Marchment
Assistant Leader - Cameron McKee
Mathematics
Leader - Daniel McLachlan
Assistant Leader- Paul Redfern
Science
Leader - Norman Kobelke
Assistant Leader - Joanne Middleton
Human Society & Its Environment (HSIE)
Leader - Jason Warneken
Assistant Leader - Jeremy Buckley
Personal Development, Health & Physical Education (PDHPE)
Leader - John Rossington
Assistant Leader - Evan Berger
Technological and Applied Studies (TAS)
Leader - Phil Pares
Assistant Leader - Shaun Ninness
Creative Arts
Leader - Leanne Johnson
Assistant Leader - Debbie Kennaugh
Languages
Ian Lutton

Leader of Learning Technologies
Ryan Moore
Leader of High Potential Learners
Amanda Cassegrain
Leader of Learning (Diversity & Inclusion)
Janine Handley
Leader of Sport
Damien Kelly
Leader of Literacy
Matthew Bushe
Leader of Numeracy
Lisa Freeman
Leader of VET
David Constantine
Leader of Student Leadership Team
Heidi O'Reilly
Leader of Future Pathways
Leanne Tinsey
 

COLLEGE CAPTAINS
Leo Hunt and Amelia Stubbs

COLLEGE VICE-CAPTAINS
Don Bittu and Olivia Montgomery


HOUSE LEADERS 
Flinders - Keatin Nowak and LillianSadler
Hastings - Kobe Roser and Hannah Dakin
Innes - Luke Banks and Amahli Kennedy
Macquarie - Jonah Garven and Sea McManus
Oxley - Samuel Kobelke and Charlie Ross
Wilson - Will McCoubrie and Bronte Hudson


STUDENT LEADERS
Mission - 
Joshua Bartlett, Bella Buckridge and Kellie Burke
Wellbeing - Harrison Freudenstein and Lara Harrington
Sustainability - Daniel Ryan

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