St Lukes Grammar School


Leadership & Staff

The Principal

St Luke’s Grammar School is excited to welcome new Principal, Mr Geoff Lancaster, to the School. Mr Lancaster, a future-focused and innovative educator, believes that the heart of education is education of the heart.


It is a joy and honour to be the 3rd Principal of St Luke’s Grammar School. St Luke’s has built a strong culture of academic rigour in the context of whole person education, where each child is known, supported and challenged as they explore and learn about the world in which we live.


A community is made up of many relationships and it is the strength of these relationships that makes St Luke’s a place where students love to come to school each day. Mutual respect between staff, students and our supportive parent body provides a safe and inclusive environment in which each student can thrive as an individual. 


The Christian faith underpins and informs the work of the School as we seek to develop young men and women of character, who will stand up against injustice and serve the communities in which they live. 


It is an exciting time to be a student, and St Luke’s well developed learning culture and agility to respond to evidence based innovations enable it to provide stimulating opportunities for our students inside and outside the classroom. We are future focussed and committed to ensure that St Luke’s offers all students the opportunity to find their passion and pursue it - in any field of endeavour.


I look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to our wonderful community.


Geoff Lancaster

BSc (Hons), DipEd, MEdLead 

Executive Team

The St Luke's Grammar School Executive Team is charged with formulating and implementing the School's Strategic Plan and also is responsible for the day to day running of the School. The Executive Team is headed up by Principal, Mr Geoff Lancaster.  




Mr Geoff Lancaster, Principal
Reverend John French, School Chaplain
Mr Scott Bedingfield, Deputy Principal
Ms Jennifer Pollock, Deputy, Curriculum
Mr Nigel Wickham, Head of Senior School, Dee Why campus
Mr Adam Lear, Head of Junior School, Dee Why campus
Mr Peter Scott, Acting Head of Junior School, Bayview campus
Ms Jane Hughes, Business Manager
Miss Sarah-Jane Alley, Assistant Head of Senior School
Mrs Melanie Bryden, Assistant Head of Junior School, Dee Why Campus

Mrs Rebecca Willis, Acting Assistant Head of Junior School, Bayview Campus

Mrs Alma Loreaux, Dean of Learning

Mrs Elizabeth Little, Executive Assistant to the Principal, Ex-Officio




Mrs Danielle Hargrove, Director of Marketing & Communications
Mr Kevin Stenhouse, Director of ICT
Mrs Marian Hutson, Director of Enrolments
Mr Craig Baker, Director of Sport

Mrs Elizabeth Little, Executive Assistant to the Principal



St Luke's Grammar School Council

The St Luke's Grammar School Council is a sub-committee of the ASC Board charged with the oversight and governance of the School. The School Council establishes policy and direction and has a significant role in the ongoing strategic direction of the School.

School Council Members

The Chair of Council is Mrs Victoria Hayman.


The Council Members are: Mr Nathan Campbell, Mr Matt Elkan, Ms Cassandra Mathews, Mr Martyn Mitchell (ASC), Mr Michael Newman (ASC), Ms Sophie Stokes, Mr John Turner.


Council Members In Attendance are: Mr Geoff Lancaster (Principal), Ms Jane Hughes (Business Manager).

Anglican Schools Corporation (ASC)

St Luke's Grammar School is part of the Anglican Schools Corporation (ASC), which caters for the academic, spiritual and pastoral needs of over 10,000 students in NSW, ranging in age from four to eighteen years. Currently administering 18 independent schools, the Corporation provides education of the highest quality delivered in a nurturing, caring, Christian environment.


ASC Schools

The Anglican Schools Corporation schools are: Arndell Anglican College, Claremont College, Danebank School, Macquarie Anglican Grammar School, Mamre Anglican School, Nowra Anglican College, Oran Park Anglican College, Orange Anglican Grammar School, Penrith Anglican College, Richard Johnson Anglican School, Roseville College, Rouse Hill Anglican College, Shellharbour Anglican College, Shoalhaven Anglican School, St Luke's Grammar School, Thomas Hassall Anglican College, Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College and Wollondilly Anglican College.


Professional Learning

All teachers at St Luke’s are engaged in ongoing professional learning. All teachers are members of professional learning groups that meet regularly to discuss how they can improve their teaching and the learning of students and participate in whole-school professional learning activities during the year.


The School also provides teachers with opportunities to attend network meetings in the local area to learn from colleagues at other schools and attend courses provided by people with specialised expertise in different fields of education. A number of staff also attend conferences where there are opportunities to hear speakers from Australia and around the world.


At the end of each year, staff participate in a process of reflecting on their professional learning and developing goals for the coming year.

Employment Opportunities


St Luke's seeks to promote a work environment and culture to attract and retain outstanding professionals by fostering professionalism, commitment, loyalty, Christian values and a high standard of pastoral care.


St Luke's Grammar School employs over 100 full-time and part-time teachers, supported by teachers' aides, peripatetic tutors, administrative staff and grounds staff.



Current Availability - Permanent

There are currently no permanent positions available. 


Please review the "How To Apply for Employment" section for the steps required to apply for the positions listed above.


Current Availability - Casual


The following casual positions are currently available:


St Luke's is currently seeking expressions of interest from qualified teachers who are looking to join the St Luke's team as a casual teacher for Years 7 to 12 students.

We are currently seeking casual teachers in the following areas: 

Maths and Languages 


Please email all relevant documentation (see "How to Apply for Employment") to


How To Apply for Employment


All Applications for Employment are to be supported by the following:

  1. Covering Letter
  2. Application Form (For either Teaching Staff or Non-Teaching)
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. Three Referees, including a Professional Referee and a Referee who can attest to the Christian beliefs and practices of the Applicant
  5. Working with Children Check (WWCC) Number. All successful new applicants are required to provide a WWCC Number prior to employment. Please click here for information regarding the procedure to apply for a WWCC Number.


To Apply for Junior School Positions (Years C – 6) at the Dee Why and / or Bayview Campuses:


Please send Junior School, Dee Why Applications for Employment and

support documents to:


        Mr Adam Lear

        Head of Junior School, Dee Why 


Please send Junior School, Bayview Applications for Employment and

support documents to:


        Mr Peter Scott

        Acting Head of Junior School, Bayview


To Apply for Senior School Positions (Years 7 – 12) at the Dee Why Campus: 


Please send Senior School Applications for Employment and support documents to:   

        Mrs Elizabeth Little

        Executive Assistant to the Principal