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Welcome Antonia Suthers

We take pleasure in welcoming Antonia Suthers to SCAS in 2022 as our new Coordinator of English and French. Antonia joins us from Kinross Wolaroi School in Orange, where she spent eight years working in a number of roles, including K-12 Literacy Coordinator,  Second in Charge of English, Manager in Charge of Water Polo and Mentor to the Gifted and Talented program. Before that, Antonia spent fourteen years teaching English and History at Maryborough State High School in Queensland. 

The Media Team sat down with Antonia early in Term 1 to find out a little more about her. 

What are you looking forward to about 2022 at SCAS?I am so excited to be working with the supportive and talented faculty and looking forward to getting further involved with school life.
What was your favourite co-curricular activity as a student? I was involved in a lot of co-curricular activities as a student, but the highlights were Water Polo and playing French Horn in the School Orchestra.
What is your favourite thing to do on the weekend in the Port Macquarie area?Exploring the beaches and national parks.
What was your latest good read?I love reading! Two recent highlights have been After Story by Larissa Behrendt and Still Life by Sarah Winman.
Tell us a fun fact about youI am so bad at singing that I wasn’t allowed to participate in the compulsory choir at Primary school!
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