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Mark Robinson (Catholic Schools Broken Bay)

Catholic Schools Broken Bay has appointed Mark Robinson as the senior executive overseeing the transformation of the delivery of Catholic education in New South Wales’ Northern Beaches precinct.

Most recently a state school principal, Mr Robinson is recognised as a deeply experienced educational leader and innovator.

He will play a pivotal role in advancing the establishment of the precinct, including transforming St Paul’s Catholic College, Manly, into a co-educational institution.

Broken Bay Bishop Anthony Randazzo said he was delighted that Mr Robinson is joining CSBB.

“Mark is a remarkable educator and brings to CSBB deep experience and a proven track record of delivery within several leading State schools. He shares our passion for ensuring all children entrusted to our care come to know Christ, love learning and be the very best they can be,” Bishop Randazzo said.

“This is only possible through the hard work of the CSBB team and Mark will add new expertise to help ensure the transformation of the Northern Beaches precinct proceeds rapidly over the coming months and years”.

CSBB director of schools Danny Casey said: “We have been making terrific progress on our Towards 2025 journey and the appointment of Mark will help us further progress the exciting new initiatives we have planned for the Northern beaches. Mark’s background as both an educational leader and a financial management professional will help ensure the transformation becomes a reality, enhancing the options for Catholic education across the precinct”.

Mr Robinson said he was very excited to be joining such an innovative and committed team of educational professionals. 

“As well as setting the standard for innovation and improving learning outcomes, CSBB clearly places students educational needs at the centre of everything they do. That seeks a genuine partnership with parents and carers to develop the best outcomes for their children”.


New Senior Educational Leader for Northern Beaches (Catholic Schools Broken Bay)