Jane Gray

Year 3 Rep

Not from Geelong originally, I became a new Christ The King parent 11 years ago so I understand what it feels like to the ’newby’ not knowing anyone within the community. I soon put my hand up to involve myself within the school wherever possible and have been a member of the School Advisory Board on and off throughout this time, which certainly made the transition easier. Meeting new parents, getting to the know the amazing staff as well as beautiful children was an added benefit.  During this time my children have just loved seeing their mum helping at the school, so it’s a nice opportunity to be part of and  get the know their little world at school. 

Having been blessed with three beautiful daughters who are now in Year 10, 7 & Grade 3, all of whom have been lucky enough to be given the solid foundations through Christ the King’s education, it gives me so much pleasure to be part of school which has become progressive and continually growing, creating a positive impact on our children and  their future.  

I currently work at the University Hospital in the Emergency Department as a registered nurse, and blend this role with assisting my husband to run our local glazing business, so like us all, life is busy; unless I win TattsLotto, I wouldn’t have it any other way!  

Hopes and Aspirations as a School Advisory Board Member
As a member of the School Advisory Board, I hope we can continue to support our passionate and creative staff and principal to develop policies and future plans which are progressive and reflective.  It is my hope that as a School Advisory Board we continue to work in a collaborative manner so our children have the opportunities they need to fulfil their full potential.    

Greatest Achievement of the School Advisory Board
Appointing Jose as our leading Principal would have to be the greatest achievement so far.  Her driving force to bring about many changes ie. new uniforms, school redevelopment, Rubrics, data analysis, Care-Monkey, Konnective, the Community Group just to name a few, have all had a positive impact on our community, school, staff, image, parents and more importantly our children, their behaviour and education.