Mark Reeves Print E-mail
Mark Reeves -PrincipalPrincipal - Schools for Student Leadership

Mark Reeves has always had a keen interest in and passion for leadership, physical and outdoor education and health and wellbeing which is reflected in his qualifications including a BA specialising in Recreation, Post Graduate degree in Organisational Change and Graduate Diploma in Education. He has certification in Outdoor Pursuits from Plas-Y-Brennin in North Wales in the UK.

He has held a range of positions including Director of Outdoor Education at St Michael’s St Kilda, and Director of Marshmead Residential Year Nine School at MLC.

In 2000 he was appointed as the foundation principal of the Alpine School in Dinner Plain. The school was an initiative of the Kennett Government which aimed to offer a residential program for Year 9 students at government schools where students could experience the multiple challenges of developing leadership skills, their own personal development and outdoor education.

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Jordan Smith Print E-mail

Jordan SmithActing Campus Principal

The opportunities presented by living and learning in this setting are incredible, and I feel privileged to be a part of such a great educational revolution! I really enjoy working with adolescent students and find the interactions had in these unique settings are challenging, positive, productive and extremely unique.

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Mikel Dyer Print E-mail

Mikel DyerCurriculum Coordinator

I have a passion for working with Year 9 students and have been doing so in a variety of teaching roles over the past seven years. I wholeheartedly believe in the idea that building strong, working relationships with students allows them the opportunity to grow and develop in a caring and supportive environment.

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Jo Barton Print E-mail
Jo BartonJo Barton is based at our Alpine Campus and teaching at Gnurad-Gundidj Campus for Term 4 2015 .... Who wouldn’t want to work surrounded by native bushland, in an extremely impressive, inspiring delicate environment? The Alpine School combines my passion for people and their personal development, physical adventure in outdoor environments and creative expression. Dream job? I think so!
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Bronson Valpied Print E-mail

Bronson ValpiedI have been a teacher for a number of years now, not only here in the south-west of Victoria, but also in Argentina and England. On a couple of occasions I have also taught English on a volunteer basis in Spain.

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Tina Reilly Print E-mail

Tina ReillyI feel very lucky to have worked at Gnurad-Gundidj for four years. I am so glad I didn’t pursue a career in the media and instead followed my passion for education. I love teaching and learning from young people and being able to challenge and support them in a safe, fun and practical environment.

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Phil Dennis Print E-mail

Phil DennisPhil Dennis has now entered his fifth year of teaching at the Gnurad Gundidj Campus of the School for Student Leadership. After overcoming cancer a couple of years ago, Phil strives to live life to the full and is not afraid of trying new things and let opportunities pass him by and he encourages his students to do the same.

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Kylie Moroney Print E-mail

Kylie MoroneyKylie comes with a background of circus skills and musical theatre. With a degree in Performing Arts, she has spent 15 years working in theatre as a stage manager. During this time, she discovered a passion for outdoor adventure whilst trekking mountains in Nepal, which has lead Kylie to her role at the School for Student Leadership.

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Cheryl Helman Print E-mail

Cheryl HelmanCheryl grew up in Melbourne, lived in Gippsland and now resides in Warrnambool with her family. She has 4 children, all boys and all living at home. As a family they enjoy travelling and have been actively involved hosting exchange students.

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Rebecca Gemmola Print E-mail

Rebecca GemmolaI am very excited to be joining the School for Student Leadership family and work in such a spectacular environment, as I have always had a passion for building relationships with young people to help them to be the best they can be.

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Darren Brumley Print E-mail

Darren BrumleyHi my name is Darren and I've been in the hospitality industry for 36 years in a variety of roles.

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Bruce McIntosh Print E-mail

Bruce McIntosh

Overnight supervisor

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Helen Vogels Print E-mail

Helen VogelsHello, I am Helen, Kitchen Assistant at Gnurad Gundidj. After 20 years at Terang and Mortlake Health Service as Second Chef, I thought it was time for a change.

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Brett Easton Print E-mail

Brett EastonExperiential Education has brought me to the School for Student Leadership’s Gnurad Gundidj campus. Through my studies and professional practice I have found education through experience to be one of the most effective methods for sustained learning.

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Andrea Moloney Print E-mail

Andrea MoloneyAndrea is the office manager for the Gnurad Gundidj Campus. She has a background in libraries and administration. Andrea is a local and lives on a diary farm with her partner Phillip – only 2 minutes from Gnurad Gundidj.

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Christine James Print E-mail

Christine JamesChristine James was born on 29th February 1956, which makes her 13 years old. She was raised in McLeod, a Melbourne suburb and lived at the same address until she married and moved to Terang and lived on a diary farm in 1980. She now lives just 10 minutes from campus as has called Terang home for the past 20 years.

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