Head of Scots Campus and Director of Senior School

Ms Tracey Leaf

Ms Leaf brings 33 years’ educational experience to the college, teaching in educational institutions in Australia, Asia and the UK. She has taught k – 12 as a classroom teacher and was previously Head of Humanities for nine years. Ms Leaf joined The Scots School Bathurst in 2017 as Deputy Head/ Head of Senior School. Despite being raised on the NSW coast, she has lived in the Central West of NSW for over 20 years and considers it home. Ms Leaf has two adult sons and enjoys reading, travelling and bushwalking.

Essential to the role of Head of Campus- Scots Campus is the inclusion of every student in the act of learning, to assist students in the attainment of goals, so they can confidently take their place as skilled and knowledgeable global citizens.

Ms Leaf’s vision for her new role is to be passionate and approachable; to work effectively with parents to maximise the learning opportunities provided for our young people in order for them to attain desired goals; to include every student in the act of learning, to promote innovation and creativity, to inspire our students to pursue excellence in all areas, to build a community where graduates are known for being young men and women of integrity who seek to honour God and others with their lives.

Ms Leaf is looking forward to this unique and wonderful opportunity for all of us to be involved in the establishment of a world-class college in Bathurst.

Ms Tracey Leaf

Head of Scots Campus and Director of Senior School

“Inspiring students to be the best version of themselves”

equipping for success

our people

We work alongside each student to draw out their God-given potential and equip them with the tools to succeed not only through their schooling career but through their life.

This is a place where students want to be - to be challenged, to make connections and to develop skills, not only for school but for life.

Mr John Weeks