Principal, Shane Fuller
Elizabeth College is located in the heart of inner city Hobart. As a learning community, we work hard to inspire and support all learners to thrive as connected, resilient, creative and curious thinkers. We do this by encouraging:
- Aspiration- A culture of high expectations and high achievement
- Respect- Respecting ourselves, others, our past and our environment
- Courage- Accepting challenges and embracing opportunities
- Growth- Improving by always learning and finding better ways to do things
(Tasmanian Department of Education Strategic Plan)
This commitment and these values underpin our work.
- students to feel safe, cared for, valued and respected
- students to reap the rewards of working with our expert teaching team
- staff to feel safe, cared for, valued and respected
- parents, carers and families to work with us as partners to improve learning, wellbeing and life opportunities for all students in our care
- our community to be inclusive and value diversity
Elizabeth College has a proud history of academic success and we value our partnership with UTas. We offer a diverse curriculum so that all students, no matter their goals, interests or abilities, can experience success. Students are well supported and cared for through our Connected and On Track Homegroup Program, by our extensive and expert Student Services team and through groups, College events and extra and co curricular experiences.
As a community, we
- look for opportunities for growth and improvement
- believe in high expectations with an emphasis on developing a culture of learning
- Believe wellbeing is a cornerstone of what we do and how we interact
- make evidence based, informed and impactful decisions aimed at supporting our learners, our staff and our parent/ carer community to deliver first class educational outcomes.
Thank you for your interest in Elizabeth College and I encourage you to immerse yourself in our website, Facebook feed and newsletters to gain a true sense of what our school has to offer. Please contact the school should you need additional information or if you seek an appointment or a tour.
Elizabeth College Principal
Assistant Principal, Rebecca Wilson
As an Assistant Principal I love working with young people and helping them to stay ‘connected and on track’ while they are here at EC. Each day I am inspired by the talented, creative students in our classrooms and the dedicated, specialised staff who mentor them to achieve fantastic learning outcomes. As part of my role I work closely with Performing Arts, English, ESL/LOTE, Student Services and Communications teams. Elizabeth College is a dynamic learning community; I am proud to be part of and I look forward to meeting and working with students, parents and community members.
Assistant Principal, Helen Cooke
I have been Assistant Principal at Elizabeth College for the last 14 years. I have taught maths at various schools in Hobart and Melbourne since the start of my teaching career. In my Assistant Principal role I am responsible for the Maths, Science and VET programs, as well as the International Student Program. My primary goal is to help all our students feel good about coming to college and to enjoy and take advantage of all the opportunities offered to them.
Assistant Principal, Oliver Close
I have been a teacher at Elizabeth College for a number of years now. As Assistant Principal, I have responsibility for the curriculum areas of Health & Physical Education, Alternative Programs and Technology. I also oversee enrolments, transition, assessment and reporting, TCE and flexible learning. I’m passionate about my job. Making a positive difference in people’s lives is a great motivator! I enjoy the opportunity to work in range of areas to assist our students to develop the skills needed to achieve their goals and set the platform for their continued success in life after college.
Assistant Principal, Sarah Cupit
I have lived in Tasmania/lutruwita and Hobart/nipaluna for most of my life. I love this place and I passionately believe that education is crucial in shaping the lives of the young people who live here as well as the way we care for the land on which we live. My own background in reading and teaching literature has opened my mind to big ideas and the ways we can make meaning of the world and I work closely with the English, Languages, Humanities, Library and ECAAD teams to get students excited about the big ideas of their world, and to help them think critically and empathetically. I have high expectations of the students at the college; I’m strong on attendance, having a go, and reflecting and taking responsibility for learning. It is a privilege to be part of such a supportive, respectful college.