Contacting a Teacher
The school values the input of parents/caregivers into the school. We believe that open communication between the school and its community is essential to ensure the best outcomes for our students. What is the best way of contacting a teacher to discuss a student's progress or issues associated with the classroom and who is the best person to contact in various other circumstances?
Who to contact
- Student progress and/or associated classroom issues in a particular subject - the classroom teacher
- Student progress and/or associated issues in a number of subjects - the Year Adviser
- Discipline concerns in a particular subject - the Head Teacher
- Discipline concerns in a number of subjects - the Deputy Principal
- Bullying or harassment issues - Year Adviser or DP
- Student Welfare issues - Year Adviser; DP, Principal
- Serious concerns - Principal or DP
- If unsure of the most appropriate person to speak to, call the relevant DP who will either discuss the matter with you or advise you of the most appropriate person to contact.
Year 7– Mr Jovanovski
Year 8 - Ms Craig & Mr Luskan
Year 9 – Ms Gyles
Year 10 – Ms Wood & Mr Tier
Year 11 – Mr Jacques
Year 12 – Mr Foster
Mr Graham (Years 7, 11 & 12)
Mr Mar (Years 8, 9 & 10)
Supervisor of Female Students
How to contact
Finding a mutually convenient time for parents/caregivers and the teacher to discuss an issue is often the most difficult part of the process. The best solution is to arrange a time for a phone contact or a personal interview in advance.
A suggested procedure for a phone contact is:
- Ring the school and ask the office staff at what times the teacher is not on class or other duties and is therefore available to take a phone call. On some occasions the teacher may be available when you call.
- Give the office staff your name and your student's name so that the teacher can be informed that you intend to ring. You might also like to indicate what you would like to discuss.
- Ring the school at one of the times indicated.
Our professional, university-educated teachers encourage students to develop a love of learning and a desire to succeed. They maintain the highest integrity and concern for your child's wellbeing.
The principal is responsible for the educational leadership and management of our school. If you would like to speak to the principal, please contact us to make an appointment.
Our school administrative staff can answer your enquiries or direct you to the appropriate staff member for help.
Principal: Mark King
TAS Industrial Arts:
TAS Home Economics:
School Learning Support Officers (SLSO):