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New Sunshine Coast Grammar Principal Announced

The PMSA Board today announce the appointment of Anna Owen as Sunshine Coast Grammar School’s new Principal, commencing in January 2022. Anna joins Sunshine Coast Grammar School from Canberra Girls Grammar School, where as Principal she led her team of 250 staff to educate nearly 1300 students across three campuses. PMSA Board Chair Peter Barker

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Queensland parents will have a new education option at Clayfield College from 2023

PMSA school Clayfield College has announced it plans to transition to be fully coeducational (Pre-Prep to Year 12) and will introduce the exciting Parallel Learning model. This innovative model will see girls and boys learning together from Pre-Prep to Year 6 then spend time learning in single sex classrooms for Year 7 through to Year

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New PMSA CEO announced

The PMSA Board has today announced the appointment of its new CEO, Shane Coppin. Commencing on 5 July 2021, Shane joins the PMSA from AusCycling, where he was the founding joint CEO. Board Chair Peter Barker welcomed Shane to the PMSA and said his leadership experience and management style will be an asset to the

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Appointment of 10th Brisbane Boys’ College Headmaster

The PMSA Board today announced the appointment of the 10th Headmaster for Brisbane Boys’ College (BBC), Mr Andre Casson.  At the Annual General Meeting, PMSA Chair Morgan Parker shared the news with guests. “A headmaster at BBC is more than the Head of a school, it is the leader of a community. Andre Casson possesses

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PMSA welcomes new Chair

The PMSA Board today announced current PMSA Board member Peter Barker as PMSA Chair-elect following the retirement announcement of current Chair Morgan Parker. Mr Barker has more than 30 years’ experience with multinational corporations in Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA and is currently the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of ASX listed Cardno Ltd. Mr

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Leadership lecture highlights – Noel Pearson inspires thousands to consider our Australian identity

https://youtu.be/x3fMyuJSssI Our future leaders – more than 1000 Year 12 students – were challenged to think about what it means to be Australian and what our future identity could be at last night’s very successful inaugural PMSA Annual Australian Leadership Lecture. With Master of Ceremonies BBC Captain Mason Black opening the lecture, Lockhart River Clayfield

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PMSA welcomes back Ness Goodwin

The PMSA is excited to welcome back the 10th Somerville House Principal Dr Ness Goodwin. With an acute understanding of the importance of safeguarding children and staff in a school setting, Dr Ness Goodwin will lead the PMSA’s Child Protection and Safeguarding Committee as Chair. PMSA Chair Morgan Parker said the Board’s appointment of Dr

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Hamish Turner OAM appointed to BBC Council

The PMSA Board and the Brisbane Boys’ College Council are pleased announce the appointment of Old Collegian Hamish Turner OAM to the College Council. Hamish is an experienced and visionary business professional with more than 30 years in retail, tourism, brand marketing, and agriculture. He is highly skilled in developing entrepreneurial strategy and operational delivery.

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Top students choose teaching careers

Rebecca Hunter Gwyneth Jones Sophie Miles Blake Vause Four top Year 12 graduates from PMSA schools have won PMSA Teacher Education Scholarships for 2021 showing a positive sign for the future of teaching. This year’s scholarship winners were Brisbane Boys’ College (BBC) 2020 graduate Blake Vause, Clayfield College 2020 graduate Gwyneth Jones, 2019 Sunshine Coast

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