Our Staff


Mrs Kylie Bull –  (B.Ed, & Dip.Modern Languages)


Kylie has spent close to 15 years as an educator.  She grew up in Rockhampton, Central Queensland, where she gained her first experience of Christian education, as a student.  After completing her University studies, she worked for Education Queensland, studied and tutored in China, and taught a range of year levels and subjects in Christian Schools across Central Queensland and Western New South Wales.  She has four beautiful children and understands the importance of affordable quality Christian Education.  She has a desire to work with staff, parents and our community at helping our students develop a love for God, a love for others and a love for learning.

Deputy Principal/Business Manager

Mr Jonathan Bull – (Dip IT, B.IS, B.Acc, GradDip L&T, GradDip E-commerce)


Jonathan has a vast range of experience in Business, IT, and Education. He has worked as an Auditor for a large Sydney firm, an Analyst/Programmer at IBM, an IT Manager at a large Christian School and has taught a range of year levels and subjects in Christian Schools across Central Queensland and Western New South Wales. He is looking forward to this new adventure with his wife Kylie Bull.

Years K-2 Teachers 

Mr Alex Albion

Mrs Michelle Horsburgh – (B. Ed. Primary)

Years 3-6 Teachers

Mr Nathanael Bull – (B.Arts, B. Ed. Primary, GradDip Management) 


Nathanael has completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in History and Sociology, a Bachelor of Education (Primary) and a Graduate Diploma of Management. He has worked at Burrabadine for a number of years and enjoys encouraging students to reach their full potential. 

Ms Sonja Harrison – (B.Ed, M.Th) 


Sonja graduated from primary teaching in 1997 and since then has taught part time and casually in primary schools in NSW and SA. She spent 12 years teaching adults in Cornerstone Community’s Cert IV and Diploma of Christian Studies courses.  As well as, 5 years in South Australia as a  mission team leader with Cornerstone, mentoring young people and having a special focus on at risk youth. In addition to this, she spent 7 years working as a primary school chaplain in South Australia where she worked closely with the school counsellor to care for the well being of students and their families. During this time she developed a special interest in working with children with complex trauma and other special needs. Sonja is a mum to four fantastic kids and has worked at BCCS for the past three years teaching Indonesian, Mathematics, PDHPE and developed the school values program.

Mrs Danielle Walker

Teacher Aides

Miss Mikeli Walker

Mrs Jannah Walton

Chaplain: Mrs Danielle Walker