Deputy Principal Years 7, 9 and 11
Adam Inder graduated from UWA in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Engineering Science and Chemistry. He was one of thirteen people chosen to be part of the first rollout in WA for the Teach For Australia Leadership Development Program.
Adam undertook his first two years of teaching at Balga Senior High School, completing a Master of Teaching degree at the same time. In 2017, he was chosen to become the new Head of Applied Science at Clarkson Community High School.
Leaving CCHS at the end of 2018, Adam taught in the private sector for one year but returned to Clarkson CHS in 2020 as Deputy Principal. Adam is known for his 2017 TEDxUWA talk, “Drawing The Line on Educational Disadvantage”, which has received over 2000 views on YouTube.
In his role as Deputy, Adam is passionate about driving the improvement of student academic outcomes through the use of research-based practice. He is also excited to work with his counterpart, Mrs Louise Hall, in developing new and innovative ways to make Clarkson CHS a more positive and inviting school.
When he is not working, Adam is either reading, at the gym, spending time with his wife Zani (who is an art teacher in the northern suburbs) or he is hanging out with his mini lop rabbits, Luna and Astro.