The warm, respectful relationship between educators, students and parents is the major contributing factor in the development of exceptional students. All Saint Stephen’s College staff are instrumental in nurturing a mutually supportive and encouraging environment that thrives on best practice.
The staff directory below includes our College Executive, Heads of Programme, Heads of Year, the College Nurse ,College Counsellor and Pastor. If you would like to contact any other staff member, please contact the College on +61 7 5573 8600.
23 staff members found
Dr Jamie Dorrington
The Headmaster is the Chief Executive Officer of the College and has overall responsibility for every aspect of its operation. The Headmaster reports directly to the College Board of Directors. He is available to discuss significant issues with parents that cannot be dealt with by his executive staff or issues that parents believe warrant his attention. The Headmaster’s office is located in the Main Administration building.
Mrs Dolores Santosa
The Commercial Manager reports to the Headmaster and the College Board regarding the financial management of the College. The Commercial Manager has oversight of construction projects and the purchase of capital equipment. Should parents wish to discuss issues relating to their fees they may contact the Commercial Manager. The Commercial Manager’s office is located in the Main Administration building.
Mrs Leith Biggs
Dean of Junior College
The Dean of Junior College is responsible for the academic progress and welfare of students in Prep to Year 6, and is assisted in this role by the Heads of Programme. The Dean of Junior College advises the Headmaster about staff deployment and is available to meet with parents about issues not dealt with at the Heads of Programme level. The office for the Dean of Junior College is located in the Prep to Year 6 Administration Office.
Mrs Kathryn Dendy
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students is responsible for the oversight of the Pastoral Care Programme and behaviour management for students in Years 7 to 12. The Dean of Students is available to speak to parents regarding behaviour and student welfare issues that cannot be handled by the Heads of Year or the Head of the Connections Programme. The office is located in the Student Welfare and Pastoral Care Centre.