Our Leadership Coaches are responsible for coaching, mentoring and guiding school leaders to build leadership capability in schools.
Eric Jamieson, Director of Coaching
Eric’s career as a teacher, principal and education leader is dotted with awards for outstanding leadership and excellence. He was most recently the Director, High Performance in the NSW Education Department, after turning around student results as the Principal of Plumpton High.
Lynne has had a rich and diverse career in education; teaching in primary, secondary and central schools; in the city, regions and remote areas; in comprehensive, mixed mode and selective schools; from high to low SES contexts; and in Australia and the UK.
Neil has 38 years of school experience including leadership with disadvantaged, Aboriginal, multicultural and middleclass communities, as well as experience in teaching in the UK. As a College Principal, Neil facilitated a team of five principals working across five campuses leading and managing over 370 teachers and 4000 students towards school excellence.
Jeff Bruce, Director of Education
Jeff is the Director of Education at Australian Schools Plus and has extensive experience in education in a career that has spanned almost 40 years. He is a former Director with the NSW Department of Education where he had responsibility for 34 schools in The Hills area in the North-Western suburbs of Sydney.
Geoff is an education consultant and fully accredited executive leadership and solution focused coach who is very experienced in providing support to school leaders and administrators across Australia. With more than thirty-eight years of involvement in leadership and management in NSW secondary schools and with regional support personnel, Geoff is a highly experienced and credentialed former educational leader and teacher.
In 42 years working in education, Peter has been a school leader for over 25 years, including as principal in 4 very different schools (Wilcannia CS, Monaro HS – Cooma, Belmont HS, Brewarrina CS) over 21 years. He has worked as a curriculum consultant and NSW state coordinator of the innovative National Schools Project. He has led in remote, rural, regional, metropolitan and international schools and taught from kindergarten to university.
Gerry has over 38 years of experience in school education. He has been a director and school development officer with the NSW Department of Education, leading school planning, evaluation and reporting processes. He has expertise and leadership in Science curriculum and evaluation at school and state level. Gerry is a significant contributor to school and university research and development to improve outcomes for Aboriginal students and families, and has an active role in supporting school improvement in several special schools and units.