The College has established an excellent infrastructure upon which we will continue to build as we further enhance our regional identity and the international focus of the Broughton community.

This will be achieved whilst maintaining our central emphasis on developing young men and women able to cope with the certainty of a continuously changing world.

Schools Council

Headmaster

Head of the Junior School

Head of the Senior School

Chaplain P-12

Head of Teaching, Learning and Innovation

Junior School Stage Coordinators

Deans of Students Heads of Faculty

Teachers

Support Staff

The College is governed by the Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council. This council consists of 9 members elected by the Anglican Parish of St. Peter’s at Campbelltown and three members elected by the Wollongong Regional Council of the Anglican Church. The President of the Council is the Bishop of Wollongong.

School Council appoints the Headmaster to oversee and provide leadership to the College. Under the Headmaster, the College has two Heads of School with different responsibilities.

The Head of the Senior School has the role of academic care for each student within the Secondary School. This allows us to cater for individual differences through flexibility such as acceleration of gifted students and support to those in need of additional learning resources. Further, this Head of School is responsible for the Disciplinary Policy and Pastoral Care Systems that allows for Broughton to be a safe, caring environment where the development of the whole child is the central focus of teaching and learning.

The Head of the Junior School has the unique role of combining the academic care and pastoral care for each student within the Junior School. This allows us to cater for individual differences through flexibility such as acceleration of gifted students and support to those in need of additional learning resources. Further, this Head of School is responsible for the Disciplinary Policy and Pastoral Care Systems that allow for Broughton to be a safe, caring environment where the development of the whole child is the central focus of teaching and learning.