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Our School Board is formed with members of our community who serve in a voluntary capacity.  Their role is to work with the school community to achieve the best outcomes for our students.  Our Board members play an important role in contributing to good school governance so that school resources are used efficiently, and community expectations and the school's priorities reflect the needs of our students. 

We welcome new members to our School Board, if you are interested, please contact us for further information.


Matej Nvota

We are delighted to introduce Matej Nvota, our School Board Chair. Matej is an experienced Marketing Professional with over 20 years of marketing consulting experience across finance, real estate, building and construction, Fast-Moving Consumer Goods and mining industries. He’s been married to his wife Teresa for 20 years and they have two children together. His younger son is currently a student at Warnbro Community High School Education Support Centre. Matej joined the Board in late 2018 and looks after the marketing portfolio.


Marianne Mangano

Marianne commenced at Warnbro Community High School Education Support Centre in 2011 and during that time has had a variety of roles such as Senior School Teacher, Senior School Deputy, Middle School Deputy and currently as Principal. Marianne passionately promotes a culture that provides for the whole student recognising that physical, emotional, and intellectual needs are all interconnected, and as a school, we embrace the different learning styles that each student presents. Working together with our community is crucial to achieving success for all students and creating a community where all members feel respected, included and appreciated


Imogen Lockyer 


Laura Brown

Laura has been an Education Assistant at the school since 2010 and has worked across all year levels during that time, she currently is working with our year 8's. Laura has a passion for seeing our students flourish in their future endeavours by supporting the year 9 students through The Big Plan programme looking at what their perfect life could look like and how they can achieve that.


Jenni Crowther

Jenni has a background in education, therapy and disability. Jenni currently works as a Disability Access and Inclusion officer and is Studying her Masters in Counselling. She is a mother of two and a passionate advocate for disability.  

John.jpgJohn McCorkell

John ia a local parent that works in the mining industry.  Johns son is in year 9 at Warnbro CHS ESC and he is so proud of the young man he is growing into. John and his son love to go surfing at secret harbour.

"I'm really excited to be involved with the school board." 

Angela_.jpgAngela Brock

Angela is the grandmother (Nanny) to Chelsea who attends Warnbro CHS ESC. Angela's background has been working as a nurse with WA Health Department (now retired). Angela and Phil (Papa) are a very big part of Chelsea's life. Angela is very proactive in ensuring Chelsea's voice is heard and her needs are met. Angela's passion is employment for people with disabilities. Angela is looking forward to working as a team with the Warnbro CHS ESC Board. 


Holly Conolly

I joined Warnbro Community High School Esc in Year 9 and am currently a School Captain in Year 12. This role has given me a great sense of purpose and has helped me gain leadership qualities. A recent proud moment was feeling confident in making an announcement during the Year 12 Ball where I spoke clearly to a large audience at Optus Stadium.

Whilst attending WCHS ESC I have gained more creativity and emotional intelligence. With the skills I have learnt I feel confident I will have a great future and am aware I will never stop learning. My strengths include kindness, teamwork and perseverance.

My Hobbies include nature photography, playing the clarinet and learning Auslan. My goal is to be an Occupational Therapist and work in a hospital or school setting doing Auslan.


Tamati Waaka

Tamati is proud to be a Year 12 School Captain and enjoys playing softball and spending time with family. In the future Tamati would like to get his drivers license and find employment.


Term 1

2 March
30 March

Term 2

24 May
21 June

Term 3

16 August
13 September

Term 4

8 November
6 December