Phillip Heath achieved a First Class Honours degree in Reformation History and taught at Trinity Grammar School Sydney and King's School Ely (UK), before becoming Deputy Head of The William Clarke College in Kellyville, and then Headmaster of St Andrew's Cathedral School, Sydney, where he formed the Gawura Campus for Indigenous inner city children. Author of "Trinity, the Daring of Your Name", and numerous journal articles, Mr Heath became fifth Principal of Radford College ACT in 2009 and the school received the Order of Australia Association (ACT) Award for Community Service twice under his leadership. He was made a Fellow of the ACT Branch ACEL in 2011.
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