Clarkson Community High School Deputy Principal Adam Inder has won one of ACEL’s 2020 New Voice Scholarships!

New Voice Scholarships recognise forward thinking, contextually relevant and responsive educational leaders whose work has had an impact above and beyond their immediate context. The New Voice Scholarships are part of ACEL’s 10 year and $300,000 commitment to recognise the emerging voices in educations leadership.

Deputy Principal Year 8, 10 and 12

Louise Hall grew up in England where she completed a BSc Science and Education and went on to work as a Science teacher, teaching mentor and examiner for Edexcel.

In 2014 Louise relocated to Perth with her family, continued to work as a Science teacher and Year coordinator whilst completing an Med Leadership and Management.

In 2018 Louise obtained Level three classroom teacher status whilst working at Clarkson Community High school. At the start of 2019 Louise undertook the exciting opportunity of Deputy Principal at Clarkson Community High school.

Deputy Principal Years 7, 9 and 11

Adam Inder graduated from UWA in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Engineering Science and Chemistry. He was one of thirteen people chosen to be part of the first rollout in WA for the Teach For Australia Leadership Development Program.

Adam undertook his first two years of teaching at Balga Senior High School, completing a Master of Teaching degree at the same time. In 2017, he was chosen to become the new Head of Applied Science at Clarkson Community High School.

Deputy Principal Adam Inder writes for Education Today

The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has resulted in government restrictions imposing requirements on practices relating to hygiene, curriculum delivery and social distance. Within many fields – with education no exception – the past we looked to, in order to glean our expectations and our comfort, has been disrupted. It has been a responsibility at the school level to innovative in such a way that adapts to these changes while maintaining a high level of impact in teaching and learning.

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