About Our School

School Board

The role of a School Board is one of setting the long term future of the school and maintaining oversight of the school’s operation. We meet once a term at on a Thursday and meetings usually run for 1 hour. Membership is open to Parents/Carers, Grandparents, Guardians and Community members. Scheduled dates for 2023 are 21st February, 11th May, 3rd August & 26th October.

Some of the responsibilities of an Independent Public School Board are to

  • Contribute to the Business plan
  • Endorse and review the annual budget
  • Create interest in the school within and across the community
  • Approve fees, charges and personal items lists

Role of School Board members

  • Parent members of the Board bring their experience as parents at the school, and the views and context of the wider school community to Board meetings
  • Community members bring a particular skill to the Board. This may include business, accounting or building skills, or some other skill that the school is looking for at the time
  • Department of Education employees bring their educational expertise to Board meetings

The School Board does not

  • Manage the day to day running of the school
  • Discuss individual issues relating to teachers, staff or parents
  • Represent specific interest groups, or permit special interests to dominate the agenda
  • Intervene in the education instruction of students

We are always looking for new members to join our team so please contact the school if you are interested in joining., 9583 0571.