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International Student Coordinator
David Albano

dalbano@scotch.sa.edu.au

+61 8 8273 1502

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Emma Ewer (’83, Chair)

Emma has been a Director and Executive Director of 24 carat nominees / jewellery group for 25 years. A retail chain store business spanning interstate and trading under 2 different brands and market segments. Emma was responsible for the overall business operations overseeing 450+ staff in 40+ stores in Adelaide and interstate. Emma has extensive experience in business, sales and marketing, HR, strategic planning, leadership development, negotiating and financial planning. Emma has served and is currently on a number of Boards. She is a benefactor of the Arts community. She is actively involved with the Adelaide Festival, Carrick Hill Foundation, ASO, Art Gallery of SA, Helpmann Academy and enjoys the Opera. Emma is a member of TeamInvest and manages her own portfolio in the ASX200 and she is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Brandon Edwards

Bio coming soon.

Catherine Llewellyn-Smith

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Ric Mollison

Ric is a past parent, Nicholas (’88) and Grant (’90) and a current grandparent Toby (Year 7). He has long admired the ethos of the College particularly it’s capacity to nurture, support and develop the students to make them “world ready” upon graduation, which was his experience with his two sons. Ric was an inaugural member of the Scotch Foundation, when under Chair Andrew Saies, together with John Kramer they developed and implemented the strategy to raise the funds to build the Webb Science Centre. Since the late 90’s in the capacity of Chairman, Executive Director and Non- Executive Director concurrently of a number of listed and non listed companies, Ric has been directly involved in successful capital raisings, business strategy developments and implementations, evaluation of investment opportunities and the disposition of businesses in IT, investment finance, energy, viticulture, and textile processing sectors in Australia and the USA.

Hamish Archibald (’00)

Bio coming soon.

Karyn Thomas

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Melanie Bailes

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John Newton (Principal)
Dale Bennett (Head of Senior School)
Abhra Bhattacharjee (Director of Philanthropy)
Natalie Felkl (Head of Community & Marketing)

Tim Cavagnaro (Chair)

Bio coming soon.

Angus Barrington-Case

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Ansy Cosh

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John Fargher

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David Hurst

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Nick Fuss

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James Lines

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Kate McBride

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Chris Thompson

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Dave Williams

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Dale Bennett (Head of Torrens Park Campus)
Kirsty Hart (Staff)
Ilka Klepper (Staff)
Michelle McGrath (Staff)
Clint McInness
Owen Osborne

Our vision for Dance at Scotch is to provide opportunities and experiences that deepen student appreciation and understanding of Dance as a creative artform.

Our offering is unique; we deliver a rigorous curriculum across the school, side by side with our co-curricular Dance@Scotch classes from Prep to Senior School. Beginning in ELC and continuing right through to SACE, the Dance@Scotch program offers students the opportunity to enrol in dedicated dance subjects, as well as after school dance classes.

At all entry points students can delve into an authentic experience of Dance as a choreographer, technician, performer and even critic.

Our faculty is made up of industry professionals that have vast experiences as professional dancers and teachers. Each year, participants in the program perform in 2 large scale performances and enjoy live performances and workshops throughout the year.

This program aspires to promote lifelong learning within the Arts, mould avid audience members and develop and encourage those seeking a career in this diverse industry.

Dance @ Scotch Classes include Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Ballet and Contemporary.

Drama at Scotch College allows students to participate in the planning, rehearsal and performance of dramatic work in a range of mediums.

In years 7 to 12 students perform semesterly to a live audience and participate in creative problem-solving; they generate, analyse and evaluate ideas. We are privileged to have access to superb Industry Professionals from State, National and worldwide companies and aspects of film and theatre. Many of our old scholars are highly successful in several areas of the arts and generously give their expertise and time to the learning of current students.

Students are also given the opportunity to participate in workshops and both internal and external opportunities in their home state and international arts community. They develop personal interpretations of texts and can explore the philosophical, historical and artistic movements that inspire and navigate production and performance elements within film, television and theatre processes and outcomes. Students develop their curiosity and imagination, creativity, individuality, self-identity, self-esteem and confidence.

The focus capabilities for this subject are communication, citizenship, personal development and learning.

Drama Tuition

Students wishing to take co-curricular drama can enrol here in the NIDA Open classes that are held at Scotch. We have a limited number of fee-free scholarships on offer each term; contact the Performing Arts Secretary for further details.

Annette Fidge (Chair)

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Dr Chris Wilson

Chris is an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Clinical Academic in Flinders University. He has worked previously in Scotland at the University of Glasgow. He is the Director of Orthopaedic Research in the Department of Arthroplasty at Flinders University. He manages the innovation and implementation of new processes and technologies and the coordination of training for medical students. He has special interests in Revision surgery, Computer Assisted surgery, Custom implant design and Robotic surgery. Other roles include Asia Pacific Advisor in research & development for revision arthroplasty surgery and National Advisor to the Australian Joint Registry and Australian Orthopaedic Association.

Rhys Williams

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Dr Neil Gordon

Neil is a principal research scientist in the Department of Defence where he currently leads the Data and Information Fusion research group. Before emigrating to Adelaide he spent 14 years working in the UK government Defence research laboratories in Farnborough and Malvern. Neil has authored three books and over 70 research publications. He is an Honorary Professor at the University of Queensland.

John Butler

John Butler has been an educator for all of his life. He has been a teacher in secondary schools (state and private) an adviser to teachers, a state-wide consultant for geography teaching, an author, an examiner, a curriculum developer and a school administrator. He has written or co-authored 40 books, mostly for teachers and students of secondary geography. He has received numerous awards including a medal of the Order of Australia for his services to education. Since his retirement from secondary teaching he has widened his experience by writing for websites and teachers’ handbooks on geography in Primary Schools, and by teaching about methodology and curriculum to Education students at Flinders University. He values his time with five grandsons who attend Scotch College.

Quinn Martin

Bio coming soon.

Rose Nyaramba

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John Newton (Principal)
Teresa Hanel (Head of Teaching & Learning)
Ieva Hampson (Head of Mitcham Campus)
Dale Bennett (Head of Torrens Park Campus)
Georgia Bradford (Staff)
David Scholz (Staff)
Anne Fromholtz (Staff)
Mathew Disher (Head of Middle School)
Rob Lee (Director of Information and Innovation)
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2011
Rosevear Opens

For 100 years, Scotch College Adelaide has hosted boarders from regional and rural Australia.

 

Boarding has always been an important part of the College, and our offering was greatly enhanced by the opening of the Rosevear Boarding Precinct in 2011, one of the first co-educational independent school boarding facilities in the country.

 

At Rosevear, we provide a safe and supportive living environment underpinned by respect. Guided by this overarching ethos, Scotch College has been a home away from home for hundreds of boarders across multiple generations and one of the world’s best boarding experiences.

1972
Going Co-Ed

In 1972 the College became co-educational, a decision that launched a new era in educational practices, helping to foster gender equality and inclusivity to meet the rapidly changing needs and demands of society. The Middle School was launched just a year later in 1973.

1966
Goose Island

Goose Island is a unique place for Year 10 students, with each class spending five days on the island. The expedition is a highly anticipated experience, unique to Scotch. The Goose Island Conservation Park lies to the north of Wardang Island in Spencer Gulf, 13 kilometres from Port Victoria.

 

The College’s Outdoor Education and Nature Conservation programs were strengthened by the acquisition of the lease to Goose Island in 1966. The first hut was built on the Island in January 1967 and since then has been regularly visited by staff, students and parents. The College leases the island from the Department of Heritage and Environment and are cooperatively responsible for its management. This includes controlling feral animals and the eradication of introduced plant species, in particular boxthorn.

2004
Kyre Campus, KI

In 2004, the College acquired a portion of land on Kangaroo Island, named Kyre Campus after the original forefathers of the College.

 

Kyre provides students with an opportunity to understand environmental sustainability and management and utilises and collaborates with experts to enhance learning at the wilderness campus.

1923
Leading in Agriculture

In 1923 Scotch became the first school in South Australia to have a fully operational farm on campus, established in recognition of the needs of the boarders who were from the country and needed skills as well as academics with which to return home. It was the first agricultural school in South Australia.

 

Scotch’s fully functioning agricultural farm is complete with cattle, alpacas, chickens and sheep. An established vineyard, orchard, stable and shearing shed complement the livestock enterprises. It is here students can learn animal husbandry as well as participating in oenology, horticultural, agricultural and aquaculture activities.

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“We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience.”
• John Dewey