The School Executive is responsible for Policy development for Council consideration, overall planning and direction, and the management of the School in all its key areas of operation.
Appointed as Headmaster in 2001, Garth is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of the School. He is a director of the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia as well as chair of the WA branch, a board member of the Australian Schools Association and Anglicare WA, a foundational board member of the Western Australian Anglican Schools Association, and a trustee of the International Boys' Schools Coalition. He is also the WA representative on the Anglican Schools Australia management committee and chairs the Future Footprints managing committee.
Roger's chief responsibility is the day-to-day management of the senior school and pastoral care through the House system. Roger's primary concern is developing a sense of belonging, self worth, cooperation and community for the boys of Christ Church. Roger commenced at Christ Church as Director of Physical Education in 1988. Following appointments as Staff Professional Development Officer, Head of Romsey House and Director of Planning and Co-curricular, Roger was appointed as Head of Senior School and Deputy Headmaster in 2003.
Director of Planning and Co-curricular
Mark is responsible for the cultural, physical, and social welfare of the senior boys. Responsibilities include the School's varied co-curricular activities, Service Learning, Year 10 Venture and exchange programmes. He joined Christ Church in 1990 as a Biological Science teacher and was appointed as the inaugural Head of Moyes House in 1993. Mark was appointed to his current position as the Director of Planning and Co-curricular in 2003. He is the PSSA Delegate for the school and chaired that committee in 2009. Mark is also a former student of the School.
Director of Studies
After teaching in the state system for an extensive period of time, Margaret joined Christ Church in 2003 as an English teacher and was appointed as Assistant Head of English in 2007, then Head of English in 2010. She was Chief and Co-ordinating Examiner for WACE Stages 2 and 3 English in 2010, 2011 and 2012 and a WACE English marker from 2004 to 2012. Margaret took on the role of Director of Studies at the beginning of 2012; she is responsible for the senior school curriculum, timetabling, staffing, assessment and reporting, scholarships, academic prizes and awards.
Head of LW Parry Preparatory School
Richard is responsible for leading the Prep School in curriculum and pastoral areas. Richard has a passion for boys’ education and he derives much enjoyment from his vocation due to the incredible opportunity he feels he has to make a difference in the lives of his students and staff. Previously Head of Primary at John Wollaston Anglican Community School (2006-08), Richard has also worked as the Deputy Head of the Junior School at PLC (2005).
Director of Staff Development and Strategic Projects
Murray is responsible for supporting the Headmaster in establishing and facilitating our Strategic Intent and working closely with all staff in the area of appraisal and professional development. He acknowledges the level of professionalism and commitment brought by the staff to their roles and sees a challenge in offering staff useful professional development whilst supporting teachers as they strive to offer the boys the best possible learning experience. Murray was previously involved with the Prep School for 13 years (eight as Deputy Head).
Director of Community Relations
Karina is responsible for the marketing of Christ Church and the development of the School community. She oversees Admissions, Alumni and Philanthropy, Public Relations and Marketing, Publications, Parent Support Group liaison and the Archives areas of the School. Karina has considerable experience in corporate communciation, having worked in large Australian and international companies in Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore.
Director of Information and Communications Services
Geoff is responsible for the planning and administration of Information Communication and Technology Services within the School. His goal is to ensure staff and students have every opportunity to excel in their chosen field by providing for their technological needs.
Director of Finance
John is responsible for the business affairs of the School which includes all financial matters, the development and maintenance of all School buildings, grounds and equipment along with managing major and minor building and works projects. John also acts as Secretary to the School Council and its sub-committees. John is also the President of the Association of School Business Administrators (ASBA WA).