College Executive


Mrs Felicity Grima,

BEd (Hons), MEd (Leadership and Administration), Cert IV (Assessment and Workplace Training), MACE, MACEL

Felicity joined Penrith Anglican College in 2016. She has taught and held leadership roles across Preparatory to Year 12 in Sydney schools and at the Australian International School in Singapore. Most recently she was the inaugural Head of Preparatory and Junior School at William Clarke College in north-west Sydney as it moved from a Secondary school to a Preparatory to Year 12 College of over 1500 students. Felicity enjoys travelling and renovating houses with her husband. She particularly loves the opportunity to travel to different parts of the world, volunteering and helping others. She has travelled to Thailand and Japan to teach English, and has participated in house building in Cambodia and in the Solomon Islands.


Mr David Tweed,
Acting Deputy Principal

BSc, Dip Ed

David is currently Director of Studies at Penrith Anglican College and a member of the College Executive. He also teaches Science to Year 12 students. His university studies were at Sydney University, where he majored in Physics. He has taught at Parramatta High School (1982-1995) and Westfields Sports High School (1995-2000); he then took up the position of Stage 6 Coordinator & Head of Science at Penrith Anglican College at the start of 2001. He remains very enthusiastic about the teaching of Science and about the planning and implementation of curriculum. David is deeply committed to the Christian ethos of the College and he greatly enjoys the warmth and sense of purpose found in serving Christ at the College.


Mrs Sue Kennedy,
Head of Primary

Dip Teach, BEd

Sue started at Penrith Anglican College when it opened in 1998. Sue’s qualifications include a Diploma of Teaching from Sydney Teachers College and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Wollongong. She has taught all year levels (Kindergarten to Year 6) during her 36-year career. Penrith Anglican College has given Sue the added bonus of working in a Kindergarten to Year 12 setting and the chance to further extend her teaching into Year 7. Sue is passionate about Christian education, the nurturing of students in a safe and supportive environment with appropriate boundaries, and the development of each student as an individual. The opportunity to be part of the team at the College as it has grown over the years has been an invaluable and most rewarding experience.


Miss Adele Crane,
Director of Wellbeing

BSc (Hons), Grad Dip Ed, M EdL (School Leadership), Grad Cert Counselling, Professional Certificate in Education (Positive Education)

Adele is a dedicated educator and is passionate about helping young people to flourish. She initially worked in environmental consultancy before retraining to be a Science teacher. Adele teaches Year 7 – 10 Science as well as Earth and Environmental Science and Biology. She has worked with pastoral care teams for 12 years in different schools before joining Penrith Anglican College. Adele is committed to equipping young people as they learn and seek to achieve their best academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. Adele is an Elder at Macquarie Chapel Presbyterian Church where she enjoys worshiping and serving the congregation. Adele loves any opportunity to explore the world and has taken numerous overseas trips with students to places such as Morocco, Tanzania and Ecuador. At the College Adele seeks to help students grow in their self-awareness, resilience and compassion.


Mr Phil McIntyre,
IB Co-ordinator

BA, Dip Ed

Phil is the IB Diploma coordinator as well as head of the Mathematics department at Penrith Anglican College. He has taught a range of Mathematics subjects during his 5 years at the College as well the IB compulsory subject Theory of Knowledge. Phil has also been actively involved in various sporting and service aspects of College life. Phil is passionate about seeing students understand and appreciate the power of Mathematics and to develop students’ interest in issues around the world. Before becoming a teacher, Phil was involved in international work with a Christian mission agency and NGO and continues to have a great interest in developing awareness and interest in issues from around the world. Phil also spent his early years of schooling in Japan, where he learnt Japanese, and which has made him feel strongly about the need for all students to learn about language and culture of other nations. Phil is married and enjoys being part of his church community with his wife Roopa.


Mrs Wendy White,
Director of Innovation

BSc, Dip Ed

Wendy joined Penrith Anglican College in 2017 after two years working for the Anglican Schools Corporation as a Learning Technology Consultant and Education Strategist. Prior to that she was a Science Teacher, Head of Department and Dean of Students at Thomas Hassall Anglican College, and has taught at Hurlstone Agricultural High, Liverpool Girls High and lectured and tutored in the Physics department of Western Sydney University. She is passionate about the opportunities available to use technology to allow students to become 21st Century Learners. Wendy is a committed Christian who enjoys watching her students grow in all areas. She enjoys travelling and marvelling at God’s creation. Wendy is looking forward to helping Students and staff at Penrith use technology in meaningful and innovative ways.


Mr Rodney Cosier,
Business Manager


Rodney is a qualified and experienced commercial accountant.  He began his career as an auditor with a large accounting firm, worked in senior finance roles with international companies and spent 10 years as Financial Controller in the group administration office of The Anglican Schools Corporation before he moved to the College as Business Manager.  Rodney uses his finance and admin experience to both manage regular financial matters at the College and provide relevant input to the executive team.  Rodney is married with three children, two of whom are now at uni.  He goes to Hope Anglican Church at Leppington which is a new church plant in a fast-growing area.