Good Evening, Monday, 16 May 2022

Current staff of Stirling East Primary School

Mr Jess Moroney - Principal

Mr Chris Bennie - Assistant Principal - Digital Technologies

Ms Fiona Azizi - Assistant Principal - Student Services

Mrs Anita Chave - Reception

Mr Paul Clapton-Caputo - Reception 

Mrs Jodie Pryce  - Reception

Mrs Rachel Hentschke - Reception/Year 1

Mrs Maria Fileti / Miss Lisa Chapman - Year 1

Miss Alexandra Curnow - Year 1/2

Mrs Jessica Grace - Year 1/2

Mrs Kate Madden - Year 2

Mrs Amanda Wainwright - Year 2

Mrs Annette Davis - Year 2/3

Mrs Nicole Townsend - Year 3

Mr Zac Hean - Year 3

Mrs Sue Zecchin /Miss Lisa Chapman  Year 4

Mrs Linda McClelland - Year 4

Mr Richard Walker - Year 4/5

Mr Jonathan Webster/ Ms Kiri Rimmington - Year 5/6

Mrs Sarah Finney - Year 5/6

Mr Andrew Cheney - Year 5/6

Mrs Patsy Burley - Year 5/6

Mrs Denise Stringer - Music

Ms Fiona Azizi - Teacher Librarian

Ms. Catherine Skene and Mrs Katherine Fielding - French

Mrs Suzanne Cheney - Special Needs

Mr Adam Curran - Health and Physical Education

Mrs Karen Boscence - Non Contact Teacher

Mrs Karen Anderson - Business Manager

Mrs Amanda Weekes - Finance Manager

Mrs Mardi Rayson - Office Administration

Mrs Amanda Stiles - Office Administration / OSHC

Mr Alastair Taverner - IT Manager

Mrs Jane Fairhead - Student Support

Mrs Nerida Axford - Student Support

Mrs Kirsty Reed - Student Support

Mrs Carolyn Bennett - Student Support

Mrs Tracey Mezzino - Student Support

Mr Greg Anderson - Groundsperson

Miss Amie Tanner - OSHC Director

Miss Ellen McArthur - OSHC Assistant Director

                              - Canteen Manager

Mrs Gloria Riddle - Volunteer Coordinator - Uniform Shop

Our Values

Caring: By caring about myself and what exists around me, I can become a better person.
Acting responsibly: By acting responsibly I accept that I am responsible for my actions.
Respect: By being respectful, I embrace diversity and difference
Effort: By giving effort, I strive to always do my best

Department for Education and Child Development

Bushfire Information

New codes have been implemented for the Fire Danger Index, introducing a Code Red 'catastrophic.' On these days, all Adelaide Hills schools will be closed. It is essential as part of parent's home/family bushfire action plan that alternative plans are in place for children on these days. Schools will not be open and school buses will not run. Please see the attached link on the DECD Website for further information or download the following letter from the Chief Executive Officer.  Below is also a downloadable copy of the school's Bushfire Action Plan which details procedures that will be used by the school in the event of a bushfire or heightened risk of (ie - Total Fire Ban) a bushfire.  Parents are encouraged to become familiar with this document