A dessert + discussion evening for those in education and their colleagues.
God is concerned with all of life, including our work. So how does Christian faith change the way we teach and educate?
At this special evening, Mrs Jann Robinson, Principal of St Luke’s Grammar School at Dee Why, will be speaking. Dessert will be served, and there'll be time for questions and to connect with others.
Time + Place
This evening is for Christians in education and their interested colleagues.
When: Tues 6 Aug, 7.45pm - 9.15pm
Where: Alex & Alana Koch's home in Randwick (we'll email the address when you RSVP)
RSVP: Sun 4 Aug
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Mrs Jann Robinson has been the Principal of St Luke’s Grammar School at Dee Why since 2005.
She holds a Masters in Educational Leadership, a Bachelor of Education majoring in English and History and a Diploma of Education. She is a member of the Australian College of Educational Leaders (MACEL) and the Australian College of Educators (MACE). She has been the Chair of the Heads of Independent Co-Educational Schools (HICES), the Chair of the Association of Heads of Independent Schools and is currently a member of the Board of AHISA, Australia.
Mrs Robinson is a strong advocate for young people developing resilience so that they can meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. This has seen the introduction of programs that bring together learning and character formation.
Her Christian faith has shaped her commitment to seeing young people equipped to make a difference in the world. She seeks to encourage young people to be compassionate, gracious, humble and just global citizens who can have a positive impact on the world.