The Good Samaritan Education Assembly consists of at least 15 Members who are admitted in accordance with the requirements of its Statutes: one nominated by each of the Bishops of the five dioceses in which Good Samaritan schools are situated; three Good Samaritan Sisters nominated by the Superior; and others as nominated by the Superior.
From among this group, a minimum of seven Members are elected by their peers to the Governing Council. The Governing Council is authorised to act in the name of Good Samaritan Education.
Each Good Samaritan Education Member is also a Member of the Company for either one or two Good Samaritan schools and, as such, is involved in the life of the school communities.
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Members of the Governing Council
The role of Director in a Good Samaritan College offers an opportunity to work in partnership with others in the ministry of education within the mission of the Church. The Directors ensure that the best possible educational opportunities are offered to students within a faith community.
While people of goodwill from all walks of life may be appointed as Directors, the foremost requirement is that each comes with his or her own life experience, knowledge and gifts, and is prepared to share them for the benefit of the school community. Each Director appointed to a College Board must meet the requirements set out under the Corporations Act 2001 and the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profit Commission (ACNC).
Directors should have a sincere desire to grow in closeness to God, to live the Gospel life and to listen to the voice of the Spirit in order to contribute fully to the work of the Board.
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Five Dock, New South Wales
Principal: Iris Nastasi
St Scholastica’s College
Glebe Point, New South Wales
Principal: Kate Rayment
Stella Maris College
Manly, New South Wales
Principal: Elizabeth Carnegie
Mount St Benedict College
Pennant Hills, New South Wales
Principal: Michael Hanratty
St Mary Star of the Sea
Wollongong, New South Wales
Principal: Tony Fitzgerald
St Patrick’s College
Campbelltown, New South Wales
Principal: Sue Lennox
Camden, New South Wales
Principal: Mark Raue
Mater Christi College
Principal: Maria Haggett
Santa Maria College
Principal: (Acting) Carolyn McCarthy
Lourdes Hill College
Principal: Robyn Anderson
The Good Samaritan Education Services Team provides support for the work and mission of Good Samaritan Education by:
- providing executive and practical support to the work of the Governing Council and Assembly
- providing direction and advice to the ten Good Samaritan Education school communities through liaison with Principals and their senior leadership, Business Managers, Boards and Company Members
- developing and maintaining peer and collaborative networks through liaison with Church education and ministerial bodies
The Good Samaritan Education Services Team work is focused through the lens of the Good Samaritan Benedictine tradition providing formation, advice, resource development and the ongoing development and maintenance of policies and procedures.