Governance, Accountability & Community Voice

Our school board consists of elected parents, community members, and staff representatives. With in a highly trusting environment the board offers a forum in which we can share and reflect on the progress and improvement of the school. In addition the board provides a voice for the community that informs strategic and future thinking.

Our Board 1

Board Chairperson

Our Board 2

Cameron Lindley

Our school board continues to go from strength to strength and as the Principal at Carlisle since 2017 I have had the privilege of working with great members of both our staff and community. The board plays a significant role in governance, school self-assessment, and provides an invaluable connection to the community. We are fortunate to have a group who have a strong view to developing our school both now and for the future. I value the board’s ability to catalyse these inspiring lines of inquiry and look forward to working alongside them again this year.

Our Board 3

Charlotte Murray
Parent Representative

Hello my name is Charlotte Murray, I have 2 children at Carlisle Primary School and have been apart of the school community since 2015 where I have volunteered as a parent helper in class, at school events and fundraisers.  I have been an active executive member of Carlisle Primary’s P & C association and as of 2021 the President. I come from a working background of Travel & Tourism for 17 years and the Health Sector for 3 years.  I am currently working towards my degree in Sports and Exercise. As a member of the school board I look forward to working with my fellow members to drive change and ensure that we continue to develop, improve and make a difference to every child in our school community.

Our Board 1

Phil Dangerfield
Parent Representative

Our Board 5

Alicia bunting
Parent Representative

Alicia has a background in mining engineering, management and is working as a Diversity & Inclusion advisor in the mining industry. She is committed to advocating for all children to have access to quality education in a supportive environment that celebrates their individuality.

Our Board 6

Gary Mack
Community Representative

Gary has been on the Carlisle School Board for the last three years. He is a independent children’s lawyer, family lawyer and accredited mediator, frequently appearing in the Children’s and Family Courts. He has a passionate commitment to education and is also a member of the All Saint’s College Board. Gary has been involved with Carlisle for the last 17 years through his sponsorship of the Perry Mack Award for Endeavour. Gary has three adult children and was actively involved in his children’s schools when they were growing up. 

Our Board 7

Brittany Faranda
Staff Representative

Hi, I’m Brittany! I have taught across multiple year groups at Carlisle Primary School ranging from Year 1 all the way up to Year 6. I bring a wealth of knowledge about our school and broader community. I am currently taking on an additional leadership role as a Phase of Learning Leader within the junior primary to support new staff and continue to drive improvement across the school. I look forward to building and maintaining a positive, connected, supportive culture for all students, families, and school staff.

Our Board 1

Emerly dela Fuente
Parent Representative

Hi, I’m Rae! I’ve been teaching at Carlisle for 5 years and have a passion for making learning fun and engaging for all students. I am the Phase of Learning Leader for Year 1 and 2 and enjoy working collaboratively with my colleagues to achieve the best outcomes for our students and inspire them to become confident learners. As a member of the school board I look forward to working with my fellow members to drive change and ensure that we continue to make a difference to every child in our community.
Our Board 9

Raelene Perselo
Staff Representative

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