Tag: Staff

  • Wellbeing Support Staff

    The Year Advisers are members of staff who have the specific role of supporting the welfare and educational needs of all students at Homebush Boys High School. They are are essential in developing, fostering and maintaining positive relationships with students and caregivers. Year Advisers are not a disciplinarian, concerns regarding discipline or progress in studies should be directed towards the Head Teacher of the subject.

    Please call (97643611) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) the school office to get in touch with any of the staff listed below.

     

    Deputy Principal 
    Catherine Player
    (Years 8 & 11)
    Deputy Principal 
    Kate Fitzsimmons
    (Years 9 & 12)
    Deputy Principal 
    Jennie Dalamagas
    (Years 7 & 10)
       
     Year 7 Adviser
    Elie Kisso
    (HSIE)
    Year 7 Assistant
    Suthangan Thanabalasingam
    (Science)
    Year 8 Adviser
    Thomas Lee
    (English)
    Year 8 Assistant
    Misbah Khan
    (English)
    Year 9 Adviser
    Michelle Coutinho
    (HSIE)
    Year 9 Assistant
    Lucy Napoli
    (HSIE)
    Year 10 Adviser
    Rashmi Singh
    (Maths)

    Year 10 Assistant
    Manjeet Kaur
    (Maths)

    Year 11 Adviser
    Sharon Cuneen
    (PDHPE)
    Year 12 Assistant
    Joanna Carrasco
    (English)
    Year 12 Adviser
    Sathya Kumaralingam
    (ESL)
    Year 12 Assistant
    Angelene Karas
    (English)
    Leila Achmad
    HT Teaching & Learning
    Lauren Di Biasi
    Student Support Officer
    Kim Gane
    School Counsellor
    (Wk1 W, Wk2 W)
    Katherine Gudgeon
    School Counsellor
     
    Maria Hong
    Community Liaison
    Officer
       
    Martyn Bawden (Tue,Th)
    Literacy & Numeracy Support
    Judith Edwards
    Literacy & Numeracy Support

    Misbah Khan
    Literacy & Numeracy Support

     

     

     

    Jenelle Horiatopoulos
    HT ESL
    Muruvet Altundag
    George Anton
    Careers Advisor

    Sangay Bhai

    Kate Crosby Michelle Degney
    Librarian
    Usha Deo Sathya Kumaralingam
    Hatice Sencan Helen Sofy
    Louise Avery
    School Learning Support Officer
    Robyn Churchill
    School Learning Support Officer
    Vilma Michaels
    School Learning Support Officer
       
     
     
  • Female Staff recognised on International Women’s Day

    The female staff at Homebush Boys High School were presented with a special morning tea on Wednesday 8th March, courtesy of Mr Saber and his Year 10 Food Technology class. This was a surprise gesture in recognition for the contribution made by all female staff to the academic and wellbeing needs of all students. The following is a response by the Relieving Deputy Principal to Mr Saber acknowledging his efforts on International Women’s Day.

    Dear Mr Saber,

    On behalf of all the women who work at HBHS, I would like to extend a HUGE thank you to you and your Year 10 class for providing such a beautifully presented and delicious morning tea. A true credit to you and the leadership you constantly provide for these students.

    The ladies enjoyed this special treat on such an important date to make the significance women have made in our lives and in the workforce. It meant a lot to me as I'm sure it did for all other female staff.

     

     

     

  • Professional Learning at HBHS

    On-going professional learning, at Homebush Boys High School, is essential in ensuring that staff is provided with current information, developments and future educational direction.  Complementing this, is the teaching and learning process, staff commitment to life-long learning and most importantly, the continual need for further skills development and improvement.  As a school we recognise, value and support the need for opportunities for all staff to be professional committed learners in an on-going manner. 

  • Personalised Learning and Support Tool (PLASST) 2013 Trial

    During the next few weeks our school, along with other public schools in the area, will be participating in the trial of a new tool (PLASST) being developed by the Department of Education and Communities for teachers to identify the learning and support needs of their students.

    This trial is focussed on the development of a sound and reliable online tool that, when finalised, can be used by teachers in collaboration with parents and carers to identify the strengths and educational needs of students with additional learning and support needs. This information will assist schools in planning and personalising learning and support for individual students who require adjustments in their day to day learning.