27 Bradbury Road
Hamilton Hill WA 6163

Our School

Our School Board

Our School Board members are:

School Board Chair
Mrs Melanie Gray

Parent Representatives
Mr David Dorling
Mrs Amy Price
Ms KA. Garlick
Mrs Kellie Halbert
Mrs Lisanne Iriks
Mrs Loretta Stoker
Mrs Sarah Kahle.

Staff Representatives
Miss Anne Christodulou
Mrs Grady Scheiblehner
Mrs Amanda Bloomfield
Mrs Joanne Cookson;

Indigenous Community Representative
Mrs Cassie Mippy

Community Representative
Mr Paul Arangio.

A School Board provides expertise to support the school to achieve the best outcomes for its students by:

  • Taking part in establishing and reviewing from time to time, the school’s objectives, priorities and general policy directions;
  • Taking part in planning financial arrangements necessary to fund those objectives, priorities and directions;
  • Taking part in evaluating the school’s performance in achieving those objectives, priorities and directions;
  • Taking part in formulating codes of conduct for students at the school;
  • Taking part in the selection of, but not the appointment of, the school principal or any other member of the teaching staff if approval by the Regional Education Director is given;
  • Approving of a charge or contribution determined by the principal for the provision of materials, services and facilities;
  • Approving of the costs determined by the principal to be paid for participation in an extra cost optional component of the school’s educational program;
  • Approving of the items determined by the principal to be supplied by a student for the student’s personal use in the school’s educational program;
  • Approving of agreements or arrangements for advertising or sponsorship in relation to government schools;
  • Determining in consultation with students, their parents and staff of the school, a dress code for students when they are attending or representing the school;
  • Providing advice on a general policy concerning the use in school activities of prayers, songs and material based on religious, spiritual or moral values being used in a school activity as part of religious education;
  • Providing advice on allowing time for the special religious education of students in the school, up to a total of 40 hours in a year; and
  • Promoting the school in the community.