School leaders announced

Middle school leaders announced for All Saints campus

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All Saints College captains for Year 8 middle school are Zane Newham and Emily Brown.

All Saints College captains for Year 8 middle school are Zane Newham and Emily Brown.

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Scots All Saints College is pleased to announce the first 12 student leaders for All Saints campus.

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Scots All Saints College is pleased to announce the first 12 student leaders for All Saints campus.

They will play an important role to influence the culture of the new junior and middle school, representing students from Kindergarten to Year 8 in the new college environment.

The Scots All Saints College community welcomes and supports the following new student leaders from Year 8 to represent All Saints campus:

  • Emily Brown – middle school captain;
  • Charlotte Bertwistle – middle school vice captain;
  • Zane Newham – middle school captain;
  • Brody Paterson – middle school vice captain;
  • Xavier Adams, Francesca Burke, Megan Cook, Sarah-Joy Day, Hannah Gill, James Hillsdon, Noah Siede, Lachlan Thomas.

Head of All Saints campus and director of the middle school, Mr Chris Jackman said the new student leadership team represents a balance of students from The Scots School and All Saints’ College.

“In preparation to officially welcome the first families and foundation students in Term 1, 2019, the inaugural year of Scots All Saints College, we were mindful to ensure equal student leader representation as we seek to preserve the combined 200 year plus heritage and culture of our original schools and create a new college of academic excellence, unrivalled space and specialist facilities,” Mr Jackman said.

Excitement is growing for the launch of Scots All Saints College middle school which will bring a key alternative in education across the region targeted to adolescent learners at a critical time of development.

“In recognition of students from Year 5 to 8 being full of energy and enthusiasm, a new and stimulating middle school program has emerged in preparation for senior school,” Mr Jackman said.

“The middle school provides a stimulating and rigorous academic program, including intensive learning through project-based units of work.

“The vision encourages outstanding citizens through the quality of its student well-being, academic program and broad range of opportunities in education.

“It presents an exciting phase in every child’s learning.”

As a result of strong enrolments across Scots All Saints College since its official launch at the spring fair in September, 2018, additional classes have been introduced for Year 7, 8, and 9.  

“We are fortunate to have a dedicated team of experienced teachers who create inspired learning programs for our students and take the time to nurture every individual to fulfil their full potential,” Mr Jackman said. 

“We are currently recruiting more dynamic teachers to join the team and complete staffing numbers.” 

Scots All Saints College is enrolling students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 for 2019.

Scholarship opportunities are now open for 2020. 

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