Staff Profiles

Irish-Canadian-Australian Of The Week : Southern Hills’ Kindergarten teacher Mrs Rebecca McCready

The shrill sounds of four-year-olds dancing and singing songs at the top of their lungs may not be everybody’s ‘cup of tea’, but for new Kindergarten teacher Mrs Rebecca McCready the gospel tunes are exactly her way of showing what God’s love can look like for children of a young and tender age: “We can …

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Swan’s Clive Smith – Thirty-four years and counting….

Can you remember 1988 ? Some of us were not born yet, some of us were celebrating Australia’s bicentenary (1788-1998) and there was no internet, social media or selfies to capture these moments. Thirty four years ago, in 1988, Clive Smith began teaching at Swan Christian College. “There has been a lot of water under …

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TASS-Mania! Introducing Lize Janse Van Rensberg, SCEA’s new TASS Application Support Officer

Two hours drive south of the South African capital city of Pretoria lies the tiny town of Klerksdorp. Until today, it was unknown to most of us in SCEA. That all changes today. Lize (pronounced LEE-za) Janse Van Rensberg, SCEA’s newest employee (TASS Application Support Officer) hails from this remote part of South Africa, and …

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Introducing Anina Findling: Senior Office Administrator for the SCEA Office

Finding a short-term replacement for Anna Guy in the SCEA Office was never going to be easy. Anna is known as the person who keeps the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr Graeme Cross, on time for every meeting and ensures that high standards of cleanliness are maintained in the Padbury Terrace buildings – despite the …

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SCEA’s Sally Hopper: Teacher to 1000 students

Since the early 1980’s, Mrs Sally Hopper has been a fixture in SCEA classrooms, teaching more than one thousand pupils during her tenure across Kalamunda, Mundaring and Midland. As an Early Years specialist, she has often been the first teacher that young children encounter as they begin their long journey into Christian education. However, most …

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