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Sacré Cœur Board

Governance and planning

Sacré Cœur is governed by its School Board. In 1982, Sacré Cœur became an incorporated body and the Society entrusted to the Directors of Sacré Cœur the conduct of the School which had been carried on by the Society since its establishment in 1888. The School Board consists of nine members approved by the Provincial Superior.

The Board is responsible for:

  • determining overall policy for Sacré Cœur within the tradition and philosophy of the Goals and Criteria of a Sacred Heart education
  • the appointment of the Principal with the approval of the Provincial
  • the financial control of the School
  • long term planning
  • formulating and monitoring an annual budget.

School Board Members:

  • Ms Joan Fitzpatrick (Board Chair)
  • Sr Rita Carroll RSCJ
  • Mrs Catherine Dubé
  • Mr Jason Gowie
  • Mr John Marks
  • Mr Jim Power
  • Mr Peter Rahilly
  • Ms Anne Sutherland-Kelly
  • Mrs Marisa Reid

Committees consisting of persons with particular expertise, who need not be Directors, assist the Board. Current Committees are Building an Property Management, Education, Special Projects, Finance and Risk.

Staff

Teaching professionals

Students at Sacré Cœur benefit from highly qualified teachers who are experts in their disciplines.  However, their commitment often goes well beyond the classroom as our exemplary staff assist with many co-curricular activities and freely give of their time to assist students requiring additional support. The staff at Sacré Cœur recognise the importance of regular and ongoing communication between the School and home.  The first point of contact with the School should be directed to the student's Homeroom teacher.

Key Staff Members:

  • Principal - Mrs Anna Masters
  • Principal's Assistant - Mrs Sue Wilkins
  • Deputy Principal - Ms Wendy Ross
  • Director of Students (7-12) - Ms Adelina Melia-Douvos
  • Director of Learning and Teaching - Ms Jennifer Carter
  • Director of Mission - Mr Mark Oski
  • Business Manager - Mr John Livingstone
  • Head of Joigny Junior School - Ms Janine Hogan
  • School Organiser - Mr Greg Savy
  • Director of Community Relations - Mr Alastair Lee
  • Admissions Manager - Ms Julie Muldoon
  • Marketing and Communications Manager - Mrs Cherie Tucker
  • Alumnae Relations Manager - Mrs Melinda Adams
  • Student Wellbeing Leader (P-6) - Mrs Loretta Williams
  • Foundation Administrative Officer/Facilities Hire - Ms Marian Andrews
  • ICT Manager - Mr Ben Carmichael
  • Risk and Compliance Manager - Mrs Natalie Visic

Year Level Co-ordinators:

  • Year 7 - Ms Jessica Clarke
  • Year 8 - Mrs Sharleen Stone
  • Year 9 - Ms Megan Marshall
  • Year 10 - Ms Erin Clements
  • Year 11 - Ms Fiona Morse
  • Year 12 - Mr Chris Maguire

Employment

An environment of love and learning

At Sacré Cœur we aspire to the highest professional standards amongst our teaching and non-teaching staff. This is reflected in the quality of the relationship between staff and students, the learning environment created and the concern for each individual.

Teachers are powerful role models and uniquely placed to influence young people, to encourage, affirm and even inspire them to fulfil their potential. At Sacré Cœur, teachers are expected to live out the goals of Sacred Heart education. They must take a leadership role in building up the community of the School, beginning with their own classrooms where the highest standards are expected of all and everyone is treated with respect and dignity.

Sacré Cœur offers salary conditions commensurate with the Victorian Catholic Education agreement and all teachers have the use of a laptop and iPad during their tenure. The School offers a three week mid-year break and a mid-term break in Term 4.  Staff members who elect to enrol their daughters at Sacré Cœur may benefit from generous fee discounts. It is a positive and happy working environment, close to the city and south eastern suburbs.  On-site parking is available.

This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

 

Positions Available

Sacré Cœur Board

Governance and planning

Sacré Cœur is governed by its School Board. In 1982, Sacré Cœur became an incorporated body and the Society entrusted to the Directors of Sacré Cœur the conduct of the School which had been carried on by the Society since its establishment in 1888. The School Board consists of nine members approved by the Provincial Superior.

The Board is responsible for:

  • determining overall policy for Sacré Cœur within the tradition and philosophy of the Goals and Criteria of a Sacred Heart education
  • the appointment of the Principal with the approval of the Provincial
  • the financial control of the School
  • long term planning
  • formulating and monitoring an annual budget.

School Board Members:

  • Ms Joan Fitzpatrick (Board Chair)
  • Sr Rita Carroll RSCJ
  • Mrs Catherine Dubé
  • Mr Jason Gowie
  • Mr John Marks
  • Mr Jim Power
  • Mr Peter Rahilly
  • Ms Anne Sutherland-Kelly
  • Mrs Marisa Reid

Committees consisting of persons with particular expertise, who need not be Directors, assist the Board. Current Committees are Building an Property Management, Education, Special Projects, Finance and Risk.

Staff

Teaching professionals

Students at Sacré Cœur benefit from highly qualified teachers who are experts in their disciplines.  However, their commitment often goes well beyond the classroom as our exemplary staff assist with many co-curricular activities and freely give of their time to assist students requiring additional support. The staff at Sacré Cœur recognise the importance of regular and ongoing communication between the School and home.  The first point of contact with the School should be directed to the student's Homeroom teacher.

Key Staff Members:

  • Principal - Mrs Anna Masters
  • Principal's Assistant - Mrs Sue Wilkins
  • Deputy Principal - Ms Wendy Ross
  • Director of Students (7-12) - Ms Adelina Melia-Douvos
  • Director of Learning and Teaching - Ms Jennifer Carter
  • Director of Mission - Mr Mark Oski
  • Business Manager - Mr John Livingstone
  • Head of Joigny Junior School - Ms Janine Hogan
  • School Organiser - Mr Greg Savy
  • Director of Community Relations - Mr Alastair Lee
  • Admissions Manager - Ms Julie Muldoon
  • Marketing and Communications Manager - Mrs Cherie Tucker
  • Alumnae Relations Manager - Mrs Melinda Adams
  • Student Wellbeing Leader (P-6) - Mrs Loretta Williams
  • Foundation Administrative Officer/Facilities Hire - Ms Marian Andrews
  • ICT Manager - Mr Ben Carmichael
  • Risk and Compliance Manager - Mrs Natalie Visic

Year Level Co-ordinators:

  • Year 7 - Ms Jessica Clarke
  • Year 8 - Mrs Sharleen Stone
  • Year 9 - Ms Megan Marshall
  • Year 10 - Ms Erin Clements
  • Year 11 - Ms Fiona Morse
  • Year 12 - Mr Chris Maguire

Employment

An environment of love and learning

At Sacré Cœur we aspire to the highest professional standards amongst our teaching and non-teaching staff. This is reflected in the quality of the relationship between staff and students, the learning environment created and the concern for each individual.

Teachers are powerful role models and uniquely placed to influence young people, to encourage, affirm and even inspire them to fulfil their potential. At Sacré Cœur, teachers are expected to live out the goals of Sacred Heart education. They must take a leadership role in building up the community of the School, beginning with their own classrooms where the highest standards are expected of all and everyone is treated with respect and dignity.

Sacré Cœur offers salary conditions commensurate with the Victorian Catholic Education agreement and all teachers have the use of a laptop and iPad during their tenure. The School offers a three week mid-year break and a mid-term break in Term 4.  Staff members who elect to enrol their daughters at Sacré Cœur may benefit from generous fee discounts. It is a positive and happy working environment, close to the city and south eastern suburbs.  On-site parking is available.

This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

 

Positions Available

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