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Principal, All Saints Anglican School (QLD)


The recruitment for this role has not yet commenced.

Expressions of interest are welcome and the recruitment process will commence early in 2024.

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All Saints was established as an independent Anglican day school in 1986. It is situated in Queensland’s south-east corner, one hour’s drive south of Brisbane and centrally placed on the Gold Coast, five minutes’ drive north of Robina Town Centre. A co-educational day school, All Saints caters for students from Pre Prep to Year 12.

Since its foundation, All Saints has had only two Headmasters, three Chairs of Council and a cohesive School Council which, although it has seen some change over its 35 years, has maintained great stability.

The student body at All Saints is a mix of race, cultural identity and creed, with a current enrolment of almost 1,900 students.

All Saints Anglican School has designed its curriculum to provide a continuum of experience and knowledge acquisition from Pre Prep to Year 12. Emphasis is on the education of the whole person – intellectual, cultural, physical and spiritual.

The School offers well-equipped, modern classrooms throughout the campus. Each sub-school has specialist learning areas for the arts, music, health and physical education, information technology and languages. The Middle and Senior Schools each have Science laboratories and specialist areas for fashion and food technology. Additionally, there are two fully-equipped libraries.

Regarded as one of the most reputable co-educational schools in Queensland, All Saints Anglican School deserves an outstanding Principal who is a dynamic, future-focused leader with strong Christian values to lead All Saints into its next phase whilst honouring the core Anglican principles on which the School has been built.

The All Saints Anglican School Council has engaged Hutton Consulting Australia to assist with the search for this position and the process will commence early in 2024 with the successful candidate to commence in 2025. In the interim, expressions of interest can be submitted by email to