Miss Amy Vocale has been appointed to the position of Director of Learning and Teaching at Peninsula Grammar - Fisher Leadership

Miss Amy Vocale has been appointed to the position of Director of Learning and Teaching at Peninsula Grammar

Miss Amy Vocale has been appointed to the position of Director of Learning and Teaching at Peninsula Grammar and will commence in January 2024. In this position Amy will lead and manage staff to deliver a consistent pedagogical, curricular, assessment and reporting approach from Prep – Year 12 for all subjects.

Amy believes a holistic education and compassionate teachers can make a positive impact in the lives of young people, and particularly believes that young people deserve role models who can inspire them to push beyond the perceived limits and pursue their passions without fear. Amy is currently engaged with Emmanuel College, Gold Coast as Director of Studies-Learning.

Amy holds a Graduate Diploma of Psychology from Monash University, Master of Education and Bachelor of Social Science / Bachelor of Education from University of Queensland.

”Having not pursued leadership positions like this in the past, I had little knowledge of what to expect when engaging with a company representing a school in the recruitment journey. Fisher Leadership were streamlined in their approach, and I appreciated the simplicity of the application process. Liam King was a kind and friendly support throughout the recruitment process – from the initial interview, the panel interview, through to outcome, he demonstrated empathy and understanding of the many nerves and emotions I was feeling. Liam’s encouragement was what lead me to apply to Peninsular Grammar School, where I was successful in being appointed to the role. Special mention to Paul Carter, who never made me feel silly asking questions, and for making the effort in person to say hello and calm my nerves. I commend Fisher Leadership for their professionalism, their empathy, and their support, and I thank them for my next career adventure!”


No, thank you.