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Margot McDougall

Principal, Hospital School SA

Hospital School SA is a unique preschool to year 12 school assisting students with complex needs, and their families, in 2 hospital sites and a secondary school. Margot leads a multi-disciplinary team, working in partnership with health professionals and educators to support vulnerable young people to continue their learning programs until they can successfully re-enter school or other education pathways.



Fleur Roachock

Principal, Grant High School

Seeking to influence culture at Grant High School, Fleur has introduced a structure of student communities to improve relationships, wellbeing and decision-making. The restructure was supported by the establishment of an innovative new learning space, ‘The Hub’. This space positively impacts student wellbeing by creating a safe place to connect students.



Gordon Combes

Director, Stirling District Kindergarten

Gordon’s leadership has positioned Stirling District Kindergarten as an innovative early childhood site with national and international recognition. His practices in developing learning environments to positively influence children’s behaviour, attention, and engagement in the classroom have been emulated by peers across public and private sectors. Attendance at the kindergarten is highly sought after, evidenced by a significant increase in enrolments.



Public Education Awards

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