Mrs Anne Feehan
Anne Feehan has been Principal at Camberwell Girls Grammar School since 2001. Prior to this she was a lecturer in Education at Monash University. Anne has held a number of Senior Positions in independent girls’ schools. She is a board member of the Centre for Strategic Engagement, Deputy Chair of Girls Sport Victoria and Chair of the Selection Panel of Chances for Children Boroondara.
Mrs Trena Jolly
Trena Jolly has worked at Camberwell Girls Grammar School since 1996. She was appointed Deputy Principal in 2004. Prior to this, Trena was Head of Teaching and Learning and Head of Science. Trena focuses on the development of the School Curriculum and has a particular interest in Assessment Strategies, developing links between the Junior and Senior Campuses to ensure a smooth transition, and Parent Education Seminars.
Mrs Cathy Poyser
Cathy Poyser has worked at Camberwell Girls Grammar School since 1999. She was Year Level Coordinator for a number of years before being appointed to Head of Pastoral Care in 2008. 2013 is Cathy’s first year as Deputy Vice Principal – Pastoral Care. Cathy manages the Student Support Team, Year Level Coordinators and School Counsellors and works closely with the School Chaplain on all matters of student welfare. She has a particular interest in the development of a ‘rounded’ student.
Mr Jarrod O’Neill
2013 is Jarrod O’Neill’s first year as Deputy Vice Principal of the Senior School. In 2009, Jarrod was appointed as our first Head of Senior School. Jarrod has been at Camberwell Girls Grammar School since 2002, and in 2006 became the Head of School Administration. He has a particular interest in the development of leadership for both staff and students as well as the School’s Social Justice Program.
Mrs Glenda Bushell
Camberwell Girls Grammar welcomed Glenda Bushell as Head of Junior School in 2002. Glenda has a particular interest in developing strong school cultures, and she embraces new research into the way that children think and learn. Glenda incorporates forward thinking teaching and learning practices into the existing curriculum.