Senior Executive Team
The day to day management and operation of the School, along with the implementation of the Strategic Plan is delegated to the Headmaster who is supported by his Senior Executive Team.
Ross Featherston – Headmaster
Michael Arceri – Chief Operating Officer
Rachel Horton – Deputy Headmaster, Head of Secondary School
Melissa Martin – Director of Human Resources
John Phillips – Director of Advancement
Ray Swann – Deputy Headmaster, Head of Crowther Centre
Peter Tellefson – Deputy Headmaster, Head of Junior School
BGS School Council
The School Council is the governing body of Brighton Grammar with responsibility for operational management vested in the Headmaster. The Council consists of representatives from all sections of our community – parents, past parents, Old Boys and nominees of St Andrew’s Church Vestry.
Peter Ickeringill Partner, Baker & McKenzie
Mike McGrath Managing Partner Markets, PwC
Jane Tongs Company Director
Michael Arceri – BGS Director of Business & Support Services, Secretary to the Council
Amanda Banfield – Managing Director Mondelez Aust and NZ
Steve Dimer (OB96) – Managing Director Pluto Capital. President of the OBGS
Neil Edwards – St Andrews nominee
Jacqueline Hey – Professional Company Director
Professor Martyn Hook – Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor Partnerships, RMIT University
Noelene Horton – Former Principal of Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School
Reverend Jan Joustra – Vicar of St Andrew’s Church
Matthew Reid (OB90) – Partner, PwC
Peter Scott (OB76) – Sales Director, Murray Goulburn Co-Operative
Committees of Council
Responsible for the overarching governance of the School. To establish strategic direction, appoint Headmaster, monitor financial and school operating performance and establish and monitor the risk management framework.
Oversee the financial affairs of the School including annual budget, audit and financial risk management.
Governance and Risk Committee
Oversee key policies and strategy relating to governance and risk.
Enablement Committees (Enablement Technology & Enablement Property)
Overseeing the ongoing development, review, implementation and evolution of the School’s enablement program to ensure that it is fit for purpose, supports and is aligned to the School’s strategy and ensuring that the program is aligned to the financial capacity of the School as confirmed by Finance Committee as required. The program covers organizational business models, partnerships, procurement policy, technology strategy & facilities strategy implementation and management. The program also includes the facilities Master Plan;
Develop with the Headmaster, for recommendation to Council, the strategic direction for the School. Monitor implementation progress.
The BGS Foundation Ltd
To oversee charitable funds, monitor compliance and approve fund disbursements.