Ms Rachel Lechmere
Rachel is an experienced teacher and educational leader. Having worked in multiple contexts across the government and catholic sectors, regional and metropolitan, as well as in primary, secondary and tertiary settings, Rachel brings a breadth of experience to her role and is passionate about the ‘whole person’ education of rural students and the continuous improvement of systems, structures and processes as a foundation for student-centred and evidence based decision making. Rachel has postgraduate qualifications in Educational Leadership and Human Resources.
“Our responsibility and key priority is to make a positive impact on the educational, social, emotional and physical lives of our students. We have dedicated, responsive and caring staff who have a genuine desire to develop our college as a school of choice, where all in the community can have confidence that a quality curriculum and learning environment exists.
Our students deserve the very best, therefore, the learning environment we create, the relationships we develop with parents and carers, and our engagement with the broader community all have a significant role to play in ensuring that the educational experience we offer matches the college vision: to develop positive, socially and technologically competent learners who can contribute to the local, state, national and global communities with confidence.”