School Governance

School Governance

The School Board helps to foster productive relationships between the parents/carers and the school. It also assists in the development of school policies, the allocation of funds and the development of school curriculum. Board members require no previous experience; all that is required is an interest in the educational process and the well being of the children, parents/carers and staff of the school. The School Board is constituted under the ACT Schools Authority Ordinance, which gives legal functions and power to the Board. The School Board is elected annually and comprises:

  • The Principal of the school (as Executive Officer)
  • Three parent/carer representatives (one of whom is elected Chairperson)
  • Two teacher representatives
  • A Directorate nominee
  • Pre-school member
  • Two student members