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AMID an Australian curriculum
revamp and the introduction of 21st
century learning, Glossop High's new
deputy and assistant principals say
"exciting changes" are afoot at the
Natasha Hefford and Alistair
Williams were appointed as depu-
ty principal and assistant principal,
respectively, for the beginning of this
school year -- which starts next week.
The school's principal Julie Ahrens
said Ms Hefford would lead the mid-
dle campus in Glossop, while Mr
Williams would head the senior cam-
pus in Berri.
"This year we will be strengthening
our middle school," said Mrs Ahrens.
"One of the projects that Ms
Hefford will be leading is we'll be
committing a large body of school
funds to look at our middle school
"The Berri Barmera schools have
all agreed, as a partnership, to take
part in creating 21st century powerful
Ms Hefford, who is the former
Kingston-On-Murray Primary School
principal, said she was looking for-
ward to leading the project to intro-
duce new learning spaces for her stu-
"We want to improve student learn-
ing and part of that is to create bright,
happy and exciting learning spaces,"
"Teachers are working together,
sharing ideas, and providing that col-
legiate support, which is becoming
really strong at Glossop High."
Mr Williams said education deliv-
ery was ever-changing, especially in
the 'digital age'.
"Teachers coming out of college
now are doing so with different mind-
sets," he said.
"That's great because they are
bringing new ideas to the schools.
"Technology also brings some
changes and benefits to education.
"There is so much research going
into education now that you actually
know the reasons behind the changes
to the way it's delivered."
ectives charged an
Adelaide man with
indecent and aggravated
assault -- which
allegedly occurred in a
The One Tree Hill
man was charged in
late October 2014, and
police said subsequent
two more victims -- one
male and one female --
of the assault.
The man was report-
ed for the added assaults
"The man and the
victims are known to
each other and (the inci-
dent is) alleged to have
occurred in the work-
place," said a police
"Police are continuing
and urge anyone who
has been a victim of or
witnessed an assault in
their workplace to call
Crime Stoppers on
1800 333 000..."
Glossop High's new deputy principal Natasha Hefford and assistant principal Alistair Williams say Australian education is going through
an exciting time of growth and change. PHOTO: Will Slee
Exciting changes on the
way for local education
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