Cameron Peverett is an experienced teacher and school principal. He holds a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary), a Master of Education (Special Educational Needs) from Deakin University and a Master of Instructional Leadership from the University of Melbourne.
Cameron has worked in special education since 2005 and became a principal in 2012. He is currently the principal of Colac Specialist School and was previously the principal of Hamilton Parklands School, formally Hamilton Special Developmental School. Amongst his many roles, Cameron is the President of the Principals’ Association of Specialist Schools (PASS) in Victoria. He also represents Victoria on the Australian Special Education Principals’ Association (ASEPA) Board as the current Chair and feels honoured to advocate for the educational requirements of students with additional needs, and their teachers and leaders, on a National scale.
Cameron is most proud in being able to make a difference to the educational and employment outcomes of the students in his current role at Colac Specialist School in country Victoria.