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Junior School Campus
70 Eglinton Rd,
Bathurst NSW 2795
Appointed Head of College in 2022, Richard brings a wealth of education experience with over 20 years leading independent schools across Australia, including Launceston Grammar School and St Andrew’s Cathedral School, Sydney.
For the past eight years Josh has been the Deputy Head of Boarding at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School, WA.
Mr Matt Banning joined Scots All Saints in 2020 as Chief Operating Officer following his 3 year tenure as CEO of Westfund Health Insurance. He has also held various accounting roles in the manufacturing, mining and education industries, along with holding a Bachelor of Business (Acc/Fin), CPA, MBA and GAICD. The Chief Operating Officer portfolio of responsibility includes Finance, Marketing, Catering, Facilities and Transport.
Christie Jarrett has a background in administration, marketing and communications having worked for the electricity, health and not-for-profit sectors. Christie is passionate about student wellbeing and ensuring all students, staff and parents are heard within the College Community.
Mr Adams began his teaching career with a PDHPE placement in June in 1999. After 5 years he spent a year on a working holiday in the UK and Canada. He returned to the homeland, the Central West of NSW in 2004 and took on the Sportsmaster and Head of PDHPE position at The Scots School. Whilst being a passionate physical education teacher, Mr Adams also loves playing, coaching and watching sport. In 2019 he took on the Director of Co-Curricular position at Scots All Saints and continues to lead the PDHPE Department.
Shannon Rendall has been the Head of Mathematics at Scots All Saints College since the merger and newly appointed Head of Compliance.
Mrs Jo Nicholls has been the Coordinator of Pastoral Care and Wellbeing for the Junior School over the past 12 months and has worked in wellbeing at Scots All Saints College since the schools merged. With a Master of Education (Primary), Mrs Nicholls is also a classroom teacher and enjoys the opportunity to build leadership skills with the Year 6 students . Her role in wellbeing allows her to implement initiatives and programs at the College to create an environment where students are happy, engaged and successful.
Mrs Ellery commenced as Registrar at All Saints’ College in 2014. With degrees in both business and education she previously held management positions in the tertiary and not for profit sectors in the areas of IT, facilities and project management. She looks forward to talking with you about a Scots All Saints College opportunity for your child.
Mr Jackman has been the Head of Campus, Eglinton Road since the amalgamation of The Scots School and All Saints’ College at the start of 2019. Before that he was Head of Junior School at All Saints’ College from 2008-2018. He has worked at Radford College in the ACT and Canberra Grammar Junior School where he held leadership roles. Mr Jackman’s experience of 29 years in highly regarded independent schools includes being responsible for Preparatory (Pre-Kindergarten) through to Year 8 in both Junior and Middle School settings.
Ms Helen Jones joined Scots All Saints College, 2019 in the newly created fulltime role as Career Development Officer. Helen is an experienced educator having previously taught at St Stanislaus College, Santa Sabina and St Patrick’s College Strathfield. Her depth of experience within Careers Counselling has drawn on her own career pathway and further tertiary study in Careers Education.
An individual’s career journey is rarely what they expect it to be, and this can be said for Helen. Her varied career path has included including roles in sales and marketing; HR and recruitment and politics.
Mrs McDonnell has worked at the college for 8 years which includes her time working for The Scots School. Before working at Scots, she and her young family lived in her home town of Narromine. She was the Manager of the Narromine Shire Council Children’s Services and the creator of a not-for-profit organisation that ran community projects for children with a particular focus on children from less privileged families. Named as the first recipient of the ‘Children’s Champion Award’ in 2009, as an advocate for children’s care and education, she brings to the college passion and drive for continual improvement in the educational sector.