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Tim Oughton

Executive Principal

Kristin School

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Kristin School

Background Information

Employment History

Principal

Scotch College Adelaide


Affiliations

Yalari Limited

Board Member


Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia

Member


Australian College of Educators

Member


College Council

Member


Council Committees

Principal, Member, Member


South Australian Rugby Union Football

Board Member


New Zealand Institute of Chemistry

Fellow


Education

New Zealand saying teaching

Scots College


science

University of Canterbury


B.Sc.


Masters Degree

Science Education

University of Canterbury


Web References(66 Total References)


Principal Oughton to return to NZ in 2015

www.scotch.sa.edu.au [cached]

Principal Oughton to return to NZ in 2015
I am writing to inform you that I have reluctantly accepted the resignation of our highly respected and valued Principal, Tim Oughton. He will leave Scotch College at the end of 2014 after eight years of inspirational leadership to take up the position of Executive Principal of Kristin School in Auckland, New Zealand. Kristin has an excellent national and international reputation and is one of the largest Independent Schools in New Zealand. Since joining us in 2007, Tim has worked enthusiastically and successfully to grow the College's reputation and enrolments. His influence has been beneficial to Scotch in so many ways and is clearly evident in the cohesive, flourishing and forward focussed community that will be his legacy. I am sure the whole Scotch community will share my mixed emotions - sadness at our loss, gratitude for the extraordinary contribution Tim and his wife Heather have made to our school and happiness for them as they bring together four generations of their family in one place. Tim has assured me that this has been the most difficult decision of his professional life. His relationship personally and professionally with the Scotch students, staff, council, and wider school community over the years has been of the highest standard. However, family ties are too great and with an expected grandchild, two of his children back in Auckland for the long term, and an ageing mother in New Zealand he feels that this is an opportunity that he cannot pass over. Similarly, Tim and Heather's extraordinary immersion in school activities, their care for individual students and the leadership they provide for the myriad set of events that happen during a typical year across the broader Scotch community is simply remarkable. But my sadness is outweighed by the joy I saw in Tim and Heather's eyes as they shared the happy news of the pending birth of their first grandchild and now as they contemplate the fusion of personal and professional aspirations that this unexpected opportunity brings with it. I hope you share my happiness for the Oughton family. There will be many opportunities in the remainder of the year for members of our community to express their gratitude to Tim and Heather for all they have done for Scotch - they will be greatly missed and never forgotten.


www.scotch.sa.edu.au

Principal Oughton to return to NZ in 2015
I am writing to inform you that I have reluctantly accepted the resignation of our highly respected and valued Principal, Tim Oughton. He will leave Scotch College at the end of 2014 after eight years of inspirational leadership to take up the position of Executive Principal of Kristin School in Auckland, New Zealand. Kristin has an excellent national and international reputation and is one of the largest Independent Schools in New Zealand. Since joining us in 2007, Tim has worked enthusiastically and successfully to grow the College's reputation and enrolments. His influence has been beneficial to Scotch in so many ways and is clearly evident in the cohesive, flourishing and forward focussed community that will be his legacy. I am sure the whole Scotch community will share my mixed emotions - sadness at our loss, gratitude for the extraordinary contribution Tim and his wife Heather have made to our school and happiness for them as they bring together four generations of their family in one place. Tim has assured me that this has been the most difficult decision of his professional life. His relationship personally and professionally with the Scotch students, staff, council, and wider school community over the years has been of the highest standard. However, family ties are too great and with an expected grandchild, two of his children back in Auckland for the long term, and an ageing mother in New Zealand he feels that this is an opportunity that he cannot pass over. Similarly, Tim and Heather's extraordinary immersion in school activities, their care for individual students and the leadership they provide for the myriad set of events that happen during a typical year across the broader Scotch community is simply remarkable.   But my sadness is outweighed by the joy I saw in Tim and Heather's eyes as they shared the happy news of the pending birth of their first grandchild and now as they contemplate the fusion of personal and professional aspirations that this unexpected opportunity brings with it. I hope you share my happiness for the Oughton family. There will be many opportunities in the remainder of the year for members of our community to express their gratitude to Tim and Heather for all they have done for Scotch - they will be greatly missed and never forgotten.


News

www.rgc.aberdeen.sch.uk [cached]

Mr Hugh Ouston, Head of College has swapped jobs with Mr Tim Oughton the Head of Scotch College in Adelaide, Australia.


www.yalari.org

Mr Tim Oughton B.Sc. (Hons), Dip.
Tchng (Dist), M.Sc. Ed (Dist) - Director Tim Oughton is a fifth generation educator; he joined Scotch College at the start of 2007 from Scots College in New Zealand. He says teaching is “in his blood�. He is a University of Canterbury graduate and maintains a keen interest in teaching. He has been involved in national curriculum change in New Zealand and believes students need a well rounded education in order to achieve their best. He lives at Scotch College with his wife Heather. He has a special interest in Indigenous Education and in particular supporting the needs of disadvantaged students.


Members of Council | Scotch College Adelaide | Independent Co-educational Day and Boarding School

www.scotch.sa.edu.au [cached]

Tim Oughton - Principal (since 2007)
Member of Council (since 2010) Member of all Council Committees (since 2010) Member of Scotch College Foundation Tim Oughton has been a member of the College Council and all Council Committees since 2007 when he joined the College as Principal. He holds a Masters of Science Education with Distinction, a Diploma of Teaching (Distinction) and a Bachelor of Science with Honours. Whilst Mr Oughton's association with the College is relatively new, his passion for education and for the independent school system in Australia is second to none. His son Sam attended Scotch for his final year in 2007 and now studies at the University of South Australia. His wife Heather is a teacher at Scotch. Mr Oughton also serves on the board of the Yalari Foundation as Director, an organisation dedicated to providing indigenous Australians with educational opportunities. He is also a board member of the South Australian Rugby Union Football. He is a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry and a Member of the Australian College of Educators and the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia.


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