Alumni (2005 - 2017)

Cameron Redpath

“It’s not exactly what I learnt that I value the most, but how I learnt it and the genuine care that the teachers had for every single student. This really set us apart from a lot of other schools.”

Time at the school: 14 years 2005-2017 (Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12)

What are you doing now?

A: I am currently in the Royal Australian Air Force based at Williamtown in Newcastle NSW. I am employed as Airbase Protection and we work with the Military Working Dogs and Handlers.

I also run a business online which helps teach people how to market and represent themselves and their personal brand more effectively.

What I enjoyed most about school? 

A: I am a believer of taking every opportunity that is presented to you and the broad range of co-curricular activities that were available was by far what I enjoyed doing the most. This ranged from Mock trial, to Rugby Union and cricket, international music trips and hikes through the NSW high country.

What did you value the most about what you learnt? 

A: It’s not exactly what I learnt that I value the most, but how I learnt it and the genuine care that the teachers had for every single student. This really set us apart from a lot of other schools.

How has school prepared you for the real world?

A: School taught me how to build meaningful connections, be able to talk to many different people with ease and deal with little conflicts that come up. It also gave me confidence with public speaking and presenting to large audiences. It has taught me the value of treating people with respect and how that can have a flow on effect to the way others treat you.

What is one word to describe your time at the college and why?

A: Amazing.

Being at the college for 14 years, really allowed me to build great friendships. I am so privileged and grateful for every opportunity that I was given, every trip I went on. I genuinely enjoyed waking up and going to school each day and I think that is something that every kid should be able to experience and in a community like this there’s no doubt that they will.

What has inspired you on your chosen career path and why?

A: I joined the Air Force straight out of school through the Gap year program as I wanted an adventure. I have always been around planes growing up and the Air Force stood out for me rather than the other services.

My work online is inspired by helping people and seeing the genuine change that you can have on someone’s life where they go from really struggling, to abundance in every aspect of their life.

What is the message to other students at the College?

A: Definitely take every single opportunity that you get presented with. Whatever task you are doing at any point in time, apply yourself as much as you can because ‘luck’ is what happens when opportunity meets preparation.

Be grateful for all the things that you have. Gratitude is one of the most powerful things out there.

I wish I had realised this when I was still at school but in life, mistakes are how you learn. Do not be afraid to have a go at something, put your hand up to do something or just simply try something new. Because fear will kill a lot more of your dreams than failure ever will.

Scots All Saints College

Cameron Redpath

Alumni (2005 - 2017)

“It’s not exactly what I learnt that I value the most, but how I learnt it.”

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