Andrew Lloyd | Principal

Andrew has decades of experience in education, which has shaped his belief that learning is a journey. “Learning occurs when a teacher and a student work in partnership, where there is a mutual understanding, resulting in a growing respect, and allowing learning to become a natural part of life.”

A qualified secondary teacher he believes that every child should have access to a quality education. For the past 30 years Andrew has worked across NSW, SA, and NT education systems in rural, remote and very remote education.

Andrew’s teaching specialties are maths and science. He has worked as the Assistant Principal at Centralian Senior College, Alice Springs and as a curriculum writer marker and moderator for the SACE Board of South Australia 

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Leivur Ragnarsson | Teacher

Leivur comes from the Faroe Islands, a small group of Islands in the North Atlantic Ocean just south of the Polar Circle.

He studied to become a teacher in Denmark after a trip to India where he taught Afghani refugees basic English and computer skills - and realised how much impact he could have as a teacher.

He has since taught in the Faroes, Tanzania and then in Thailand where he met his Australian wife. He moved to Australia 7 years ago where he has been specialising in high school Mathematics alongside a range of other subjects, including Science.


“I am truly looking forward to playing my part in making this innovative approach to education a great success. I cant wait to meet the students and welcome them to our new learning environment”.

Nicole Scott-Broudou | Teacher's Assistant

Nicole previously enjoyed a career as a Jewellery Buyer, designing jewellery and travelling overseas. As her family grew, she happily found a completely different calling as a School Learning Support Officer.


Nicole is passionate about students' welfare and learning. She hopes to make a difference in each student's life and help them achieve their personal goals. In her downtime, Nicole likes to entertain friends and family, as well as going to the beach.

“Do things for people not because of who they are or what they do in return, but because of who you are” – Harold S. Kushner

Belinda Sallustio | Administration Co-ordinator

Belinda has worked for over 9 years in the NSW education department in administration and also has
considerable experience and knowledge in small business management.


Belinda enjoys being part of a successful team who nurture and guide students to be the best they can! She looks forward to working with the students, parents and teachers.

Belinda lives in the local community and is married with two gorgeous teenagers. She thoroughly enjoys hiking and spending time with my family.

Pilar Betanzos Alonso | Teacher's Assistant 

Pilar comes from Bilbao in northern Spain, where she studied teaching and history degrees as well as ballet and aerobics. She knew that teaching was 'her calling' from a young age. In Sydney, Pilar's interest in education led her to complete a Master of Special Education at Macquarie University and she has taught Spanish to children and adults in various locations and settings, including at Macquarie Community College. 

Pilar has been energetic volunteer member of her children's schools, sports clubs, and community events. She loves the outdoors, bushwalking, fitness, and spending time with her family. 

'I am very excited to be part of this new High School!' 

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