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Gareth Clayton

Chaplain

St Andrew's College

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St Andrew's College

19 Carillon Avenue

Newtown, New South Wales, 2042

Australia

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Background Information

Employment History

Chaplain

Knox Grammar School


Affiliations

Australian Institute of Management

Member


Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

Political Science

University of NSW


Master of Arts degree

Human Development , Organisation and Management

Salve Regina University


doctorate

San Francisco Theological Seminary


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Staff | St Andrew's College

Rev Dr Gareth Clayton


Staff | St Andrew's College

Rev Gareth Clayton
Chaplain


:: St Andrews College :: Key People

Dr Gareth Clayton was Chaplain at Knox Grammar School in Wahroonga from 1997 to 2007.
On his retirement, he was appointed by the School as Chaplain Emeritus. Dr Clayton was appointed a Councillor of St Andrew's College in April 2001 and concluded his term in March 2009. At this time, Dr Clayton was appointed part-time Chaplain to St Andrew's College. Prior to working at Knox, he served for almost 25 years in the Royal Australian Navy. In January 1991 he was promoted and appointed Principal Chaplain (Protestant) and responsible for all Protestant Denominations chaplaincy both in the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Navy Reserve. In this capacity he was the Protestant Denominations member of the Principal Chaplains Committee-Navy. In December 2002, Principal Chaplain Clayton retired from the Principal Chaplains Committee-Navy but continues to serve in the Reserve. He is patron of two Naval Ships Associations and an honorary or life member of several others. Dr Clayton studied for the Methodist ministry at Leigh Theological College in Sydney. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of NSW majoring in Political Science. While in the United States, he completed a Master of Arts degree in Human Development, Organisation and Management from Salve Regina University. In 1990 he was awarded a doctorate from San Francisco Theological Seminary for his dissertation on "Character Training in the RAN". He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Management and a Justice of the Peace in the State of New South Wales.


:: St Andrews College :: Key People

Dr Gareth Clayton was Chaplain at Knox Grammar School in Wahroonga from 1997 to 2007.
On his retirement, he was appointed by the School as Chaplain Emeritus. Dr Clayton was appointed a Councilor of St Andrew's College in April 2001 and concluded his term in March 2009. At this time, Dr Clayton was appointed part-time Chaplain to St Andrew's College. Prior to coming to Knox, he served for almost 25 years in the Royal Australian Navy. In January 1991 he was promoted and appointed Principal Chaplain (Protestant) and responsible for all Protestant Denominations chaplaincy both in the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Navy Reserve. In this capacity he was the Protestant Denominations member of the Principal Chaplains Committee-Navy. In December 2002, Principal Chaplain Clayton retired from the Principal Chaplains Committee-Navy but continues to serve in the Reserve. He is patron of two Naval Ships Associations and an honorary or life member of several others. Dr Clayton studied for the Methodist ministry at Leigh Theological College in Sydney. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of NSW majoring in Political Science. While in the United States, he completed a Master of Arts degree in Human Development, Organisation and Management from Salve Regina University. In 1990 he was awarded a doctorate from San Francisco Theological Seminary for his dissertation on "Character Training in the RAN". He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Management and a Justice of the Peace in the State of New South Wales.


Rev Dr Gareth Clayton | St Andrew's College

Dr Gareth Clayton was Chaplain at Knox Grammar School in Wahroonga from 1997 to 2007 when he retired.
On his retirement, he was appointed by the School as Chaplain Emeritus. Dr Clayton was appointed a Councillor of St Andrew's College in April 2001 and concluded his term in March 2009. In March 2009, Dr Clayton was appointed part-time Chaplain to St Andrew's College. Prior to coming to Knox, he served for almost 25 years in the Royal Australian Navy. In January 1991 he was promoted and appointed Principal Chaplain (Protestant) and responsible for all Protestant Denominations chaplaincy both in the Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Navy Reserve. In this capacity he was the Protestant Denominations member of the Principal Chaplains Committee-Navy. Dr.Clayton studied for the Methodist ministry at Leigh Theological College in Sydney. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of NSW majoring in Political Science. While in the United States, he completed a Master of Arts degree in Human Development, Organisation and Management from Salve Regina University. In 1990 he was awarded a doctorate from San Francisco Theological Seminary for his dissertation on "Character Training in the RAN". He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Management and a Justice of the Peace in the State of New South Wales.


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