(02) 4627 2990 School Office

School's Council

SCHOOLS’ COUNCIL

Governance
The Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council serves the community of the Macarthur Region by the provision of quality, affordable Christian education to students in Preparatory to Year 12.

The core purpose of Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council is to educate young people in ways consistent with the teaching of the Bible and gospel of Jesus Christ, and to maintain and uphold the Christian faith in teaching and practice.

The Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council was incorporated to establish and operate schools known as St Peter’s Anglican Primary School at Campbelltown and Broughton Anglican College at Menangle Park.  The Schools Council is constituted by the Campbelltown Anglican Schools Ordinance 1985. Members of the Schools Council, other than those appointed by the Wollongong Regional Council of the Anglican Church of the Diocese of Sydney, are appointed by the Parish Council of Campbelltown Anglican Church.  They hold office for three years and are eligible for re-appointment.

The members of the Schools Council are currently:
 
Bishop Peter Hayward (President)
Mr David Busutel (Acting Chairman) 
Rev Nigel Fortescue (Chairman on Leave of Absence)
 
Rev Nigel Webb
Mrs Karyn Jansen
Dr Bryan Cowling
Dr Barry Ridge
Mr Jim Kapetangiannis
Mr Ross Ford
Mr Mark Tranby 
 
The Head of School reports to the Schools Council. Parents wishing to speak to the Chair of Schools Council, should follow the normal protocols available through the school office.
 
The Executive Office is responsible for Business and Finance matters and can be contacted at their office:  
Shop 19A, Level 4, Macarthur Square, Gilchrist Drive)
Campbelltown NSW 2560
Tel: 02 4628 0110
Email: casc@casc.org.au
Office hours are from 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Monday to Friday



Structure and Management


Back to Top