Ann Nadge

anne nadge

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Position: Learning Pathways Coordinator



Master of Education
Adelaide University

Graduate Diploma of Educational Counselling
University of South Australia

Bachelor of Education
University of South Australia

Diploma of Teaching
Adelaide Teachers College

Cert IV Teaching, Assessment and Evaluation
Tabor College

Cert IV Pastoral Care
Tabor College

Advanced Certificate of Educational Research
Cambridge University


Ann has been involved in the National Schools’ Chaplaincy program, working as a consultant at Schools Ministry Group and Lay Chaplain at a primary school. Ann is an adjunct Lecturer at Tabor College and Learning Pathways Coordinator at St Barnabas College. She is Convener of the Education and Formation Ministry Unit in the Adelaide Diocese.

Ann has taught in schools in South Australia and New South Wales most recently as Deputy Head at St Catherine’s Anglican School in Sydney. Whilst in N.S.W, Ann served on the Board of Studies HSC English curriculum review committee, the School Certificate assessment review committee for English and the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia conference planning committee. Ann was the founder of the N.S.W Independent Schools Pastoral Care Network and led a research team to look at the impact of learning on wellbeing.

Her work as Research Associate at the Faculty of Education in Cambridge University was published and led to the development of the Academic Care Charter for schools. For this work she won the N.S.W Teachers’ Guild Research Award and has led change processes through consultancies in schools in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. Ann has presented at numerous conferences including at Durham University. She relocated to Adelaide in 2008.

A published poet, Ann enjoys working with other poets to explore social issues and opportunities for stewardship through writing.

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