I am proud and excited to be joining the Glenelg Primary School community as Principal to co-lead the school in the next stage of its improvement and success journey.

Community collaboration, excellence in teaching and learning, and building each child’s strengths in thinking, creativity and citizenship are at the core of all my efforts as an educator and leader.   As a whole staff team we will always continue to develop an environment that fosters adaptable, resilient and independent students with a growth mindset, enabling them to tackle new learning with confidence.  Together with a highly skilled leadership and staff team we will continue to position Glenelg Primary as a leading school in South Australia.

Deputy Principal

Anthony Fischer

I’m very excited to be part of the Glenelg Primary School community. Part of my role is working with teachers to continue implementing the Australian Curriculum. It’s a great opportunity for the adults at our school to role model the important skill of being a lifelong learner. I help organise assistance for students with particular needs. I also work in classrooms as a Learning Support teacher to help students at our school achieve the best learning outcomes possible. I believe that students are most engaged when they can connect what they are learning at school with how they can also use those skills in other contexts, so encouraging students to make these connections is an integral part of the way I work.

Assistant Principal

Bobbie Beswick

My passion is to develop relationships with all my students and families so that learning is a positive partnership. In my professional experience, I have been interested in developing best practice by exploring a range of planning and assessment tools to improve student engagement and motivation. I believe that student wellbeing is paramount to learning and that a sense of connectedness is essential in order for students to experience success in their school community. I believe that the early years are the foundation for setting up success in our students’ lives. It is through positive relationships that students can be taught the skills which help them to succeed in life.

Assistant Principal

Malcolm McArdle

My role as Assistant Principal involves implementing strategies and pedagogy to support the Australian Curriculum. I also have a focus in supporting staff with the Site Improvement Plan in literacy and numeracy.