Leadership at Clarendon

Excellence through dedication.

Meet the Clarendon family

Clarendon’s consistently strong performances in a range of external measures are a consequence of strong educational leadership. David Shepherd OAM, and Deputy Principals Jen Bourke and Greg Ashman, drive the school’s educational agenda and this is enacted by a loyal, committed and determined senior leadership team, many of whom David identified as graduates or young teachers and nurtured as leaders within the school.

David Shepherd OAM


Jen Bourke

Deputy Principal

Greg Ashman

Deputy Principal

James Evans

Co-Head Senior School

Laura Brady

Co-Head Senior School

Scott Anderson

Co-Head Nine10 School

Emily Allinson

Co-Head Nine10 School

Shaune Moloney

Co-Head Middle School

Amber Ripley

Co-Head Middle School

Jeannie Jamieson

Head Junior School

Emma Hall

Head Early Learning Centre

Reid Smith

Head of Curriculum Assessment and Instruction

Board of Directors

The Board is the governing body of Ballarat Clarendon College and is responsible for the central governance of the School, providing strategic direction and overseeing performance.
Sub committees of the Board include:
• Audit and Risk Management
• Finance
• People and Culture
• Property and Infrastructure
John Livingston Fiona May Mark Patterson
Stuart Postlethwaite James Remington Jock Selkirk
Jacqui Sewell David Shepherd OAM Laura Van Dyk
Belinda Walton Fiona Whatley