Liz Pelling – Principal
Liz joined CLG from Coromandel Valley Primary School in 2022 taking on her second Principal role. Liz’s key focus is the facilitation of the Site Improvement Plan and working alongside the school community to continually improve student learning opportunities at CLG. Having worked in various curriculum roles as well as Deputy and Principal leadership roles, Liz will provide leadership and support for staff to continually reflect upon quality learning initiatives. As Principal, her role also includes other responsibilities including communication, finance, curriculum initiatives, Education subcommittee and staff development.
Brianna Frahn – Deputy Principal
Brianna joined CLG from Karoonda Area School in 2019 taking on the Deputy Principal role. Brianna’s key focus is in managing all aspects of our student support and intervention processes. Having worked in various leadership roles in the country, Brianna will collaborate with staff to ensure every student is supported and challenged. As Deputy Principal, her role also includes other responsibilities in leading school wide initiatives and managing some groups and committees including our Out of School Hours Care OSHC) service.
Penny Rowe – Assistant Principal
Penny joined CLG in 2018 from the Digital Learning Branch, Department of Education, Victoria, taking on the Assistant Principal role, Digital Learning and Pedagogy. Penny has a range of experience both in the classroom and leadership roles supporting and advising others with the use of technology. She is passionate about supporting and assisting teachers, students and parents to implement technology in meaningful ways to achieve learning outcomes for all learners. As Assistant Principal her role also includes other responsibilities in leading school wide initiatives and managing groups and committees.
Celeste Pietsch – Assistant Principal
My name is Celeste Pietsch and I joined CLG in 2022 as an Assistant Principal, focusing on wellbeing and engagement. I have had experience teaching across reception-year 10 and bring a wealth of experience to the school. I am committed to fostering a positive, connected culture that empowers all members of our school community to reach their full potential. In my role I will aim to support staff, students and families to address all wellbeing needs and coordinate workshops utilising the services of local behaviour and resilience experts. I will continue the implementation of programmes including Play is the Way and What’s the Buzz and continue to explore the needs of students in the school. Please feel welcome to contact me should you wish to discuss Wellbeing at CLG.