Bachelors- Arts Diploma of Education- University of Newcastle, 1979
Deputy Principal; Teacher
Maurice Ian Lowcock is Deputy Principal at Epping Boys High School where he is responsible for over 1150 students, faculty and staff, administration, discipline, coordinating parent teacher conferences, trip planning, curriculum, teacher evaluations, and teacher development. He has 38 years of experience in the education profession having taught in various secondary schools: all girls, all boys, rural, selective. Before embarking on education administration, Maurice taught Japanese, French, ESL, History, and English as well as coached volleyball, basketball and tennis. He has been in his current position at Epping since 2010. Maurice was inspired to become a teacher by his teachers at school and by two of his six siblings, both of whom are teachers. Following in their footsteps, he received his Bachelors degree in Arts and Diploma of Education from the University of Newcastle, class of 1979, in preparation for his extensive career. Always looking for new challenges, Maurice is interested in furthering his studies, to give back to the teaching community, and teach at the university level to guide and advise future teachers. He is affiliated with New South Wales Deputy Principals Association and enjoys playing competition tennis, reading, and fine wine.