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Callaghan College Jesmond Senior Campus

Callaghan College Jesmond Senior Campus

Collaborating to Empower Learners

Telephone02 4952 3922

Our staff

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 inquiries or direct you to the appropriate staff member for help.

Get to know our school staff. We're all here to help.

Deputy Principals

Our deputy principals can be found in their respective offices in the Administration Block. Students should feel free to approach any of our deputy principals, regarding issues that may arise on an academic, social, financial or wellbeing matters.

Learning and Support Team 

Your wellbeing is important. If you feel supported you will be more resilient and thrive. The Learning and Support Team is a network of people who can help you with your learning and wellbeing needs at Callaghan's senior campus.

Head Teacher Student Services

Mrs. Suzanne Rich

Mrs. Rich is the Head Teacher of our Learning and Support Team located in the Administration Block. She ensures that all students are given voice and listened to. Feel free to contact her for any personal, social or academic concerns.

Careers Adviser

Mr. Mark Thornton

The Careers Office is located in the Hive, our Study Centre. Book an appointment with the Careers team if you are concerned about your program of study, career goals, or ‘not sure where you’re headed or why you’re here’. Bookings are made electronically in the Hive. Parents can book an interview by calling our Careers Adviser.

Learning and support teacher

Mrs. Stephanie Kaul

Mrs. Kaul coordinates adjustments for learning and disability provisions for all students who need support to access their education on the same basis as their peers. This includes identifying learning and support needs through testing, conversations with students, communication with parent/carers and liaising with teachers. Disability provisions are applied to all assessment situations including the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), when approved by NESA.

Student advisers

The current year advisors are available on the Student Intranet Canvas Page

The student advisers are your first point of contact if you are experiencing problems at school. They interview students and will refer you to the relevant staff, if appropriate. Parents and carers concerned with any aspect of their student’s wellbeing should contact the student advisers, in the first instance.