We work alongside each student to maximise their potential and equip them with the tools to succeed not only through their schooling career but through their life.
a firm foundation for life
space to learn
Scots All Saints College is a modern and progressive college of all-round excellence with one of the largest and most picturesque learning environments in all of Australia.
Offering quality co-education for day and boarding students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 within the Christian faith, Scots All Saints College is a regional school of choice with specialist facilities, caring, experienced teachers and diverse opportunities for children to flourish.
A smart choice for all-round excellence starts here in the number 1 regional educational hub of Bathurst.
We invite you to discover why Scots All Saints College is the space to be.
Pre-Kindergarten provides opportunities to challenge, inspire and motivate children to explore and learn in preparation for Kindergarten.
Junior School at Scots All Saints College has a student-centred approach to educating the whole person.
Committed to developing today’s learners into tomorrow’s leaders who are informed, compassionate and confident men and women of faith, who will flourish as global minded citizens.
Scots All Saints College is a vibrant and diverse community of teachers, students, families and alumni.
Ms Victoria Matheson
"There is nothing more rewarding than knowing and seeing the evidence that you’ve made an impact on a child’s life."
Mr Spencer GoddardActing Head of HSIE and the Assistant Head of Thompson House
"I have taken three school tours to Europe, from London and the Western Front battlefields, through Germany and into Rome and the Bay of Naples. The world really is the best classroom; travelling brings my passions of teaching and history alive."
Mrs Maggie Walsh
"Working in a Pre-K to Year 8 setting allows me to watch students I taught in Kindergarten, become such happy and awesome young adults. It never ceases to amaze me how great the students at our school become. Their willingness to help others, look adults in the eye and talk openly about their ideas is so refreshing and assuring."
Ms Christine SamsSenior School English / HSIE Teacher
"There is not a day at work where I head home not having been inspired by the ideas and enthusiasm of the young people in front of me."
Harry DickensonCollege Captain
"There will always be challenges and troubles in life that can cause change, but if we manage to strive through the hardship, we will come out twice as prepared for the next bump in the road."
Mrs Catherine DundonMiddle School Teacher/ Year 7 Co-ordinator
"Every student is a unique individual with boundless potential and I believe that our school provides rich opportunities to unleash that potential through its genuine focus on student wellbeing."
Mr Hugh HunterMiddle School Teacher
I love my time at Scots All Saints College working in the Middle School. I enjoy the freedom to create lessons that are engaging and effective for students. I also enjoy evolving through excellent professional development and sharing expertise with knowledgeable, experienced colleagues.
Mrs Bronwyn JacksonMiddle School - Visual Arts Teacher
"It is my goal that every Middle School art student will find an expression of creativity by engaging in many expressive forms, including sculpture, photography, charcoal and ink drawing, collage, simple printmaking, installation works and painting."
Natalia BurgessCollege Captain
“I am passionate about providing a voice for others, Bathurst (my home), speech and drama, my school and giving back to the community."
Mr Anthony Le CouteurDirector of Boarding
"We are fostering a strong community within boarding where all can feel respected and valued."
Mrs Mel MonicoDirector of Community Engagement & Marketing
"I am fortunate to be able to connect with our College community to help bring the vision of Scots All Saints College to life."
Jake HenryAll Saints Campus Captain 2020
"My focus is to be a supportive leader for the younger students of the Junior and Middle School. I always represent the College, and myself with pride."
Philippa WebbPhilippa Webb
"Being a leader is about being inclusive, not exclusive so I strive to show that every day."
Mr Jon ClipshamDirector of Performing Arts Academy
“Inspiring students to sing, compose, perform and improvise across many musical experiences”
Yuma OkamotoInternational Boarder Prefect
"Thank you to the wonderful staff and teachers who looked after us and created a safe 'home' for us during the on-campus International Boarder Holiday Program."
“The school environment, the teachers, staff and their peers have helped my children feel empowered, confident and happy.”
Ms Helen JonesCareer Development Officer
"I look forward to working with all the students across the Senior Campus and getting to know the supportive families behind our wonderful young people."
Mr Leigh MorriseyHead of English / LOTE / Drama
"It is a pleasure to work with students and staff as we develop a lifelong love of reading and writing that goes beyond the vital groundwork we do in literacy."
Mrs Jennie WhiteKindergarten Teacher (started in 2000)
There is nothing more fulfilling for me as a teacher than to see students I have taught in Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten, find and develop their strengths and reach their full potential.
Grant BakerParent, Parents & Friends Association President
"There is a sense of community where students and the whole family are welcomed.”
"I love theatre and acting, and this opportunity was too good to pass up."
Mrs Sally ParsonsPre-Kindergarten Teacher (started in 2008)
I am so proud of the amazing opportunity we have in this setting to provide this engaging and effective school readiness program and that it is so recognisable by Kindergarten teachers.
Mr Bruce ClydsdaleThe College Foundation President
A long and distinguished association with education
Mrs Libby DawesDirector of Agricultural Studies and Equestrian
“It is most rewarding to share my love of cattle and horses with students who have the same passion and interests as me - something I do not take for granted.”
"I named the new enewsletter, 'The Roar' relating to the symbol of the lion in the crest - a courageous and strong voice"
Dr Paula Robinson
"Student wellbeing is a priority for all students at Scots All Saints College."
Cameron RedpathAlumni (2005 - 2017)
“It’s not exactly what I learnt that I value the most, but how I learnt it.”
Mr Michael GermechSenior School - Mathematics Teacher
"Making mistakes is an essential part of the learning process and it is important that young people can do so in a safe environment so they can explore their abilities without fear of being seen as a failure."