The Board of Trustees is responsible for the governance of the school. This includes the setting of the strategic direction of the school and monitoring the progress we have made towards achieving our strategic and annual goals.
2019 Board Elected members are:
|Principal||Parent Representative||Proprietors Representative||Staff Representative|
|Michelle Holly||David France - Chairperson||Marianne Bray||Kathryn O'Brien|
|Anna Campbell||Mark Saunders|
|Eugene Coutinho||Lisa Smith|
|Natasha McIndoe||Fr Lio Rotor|
The Board has the overall responsibility for the school, including meeting certain legal obligations, financial management, supporting our Special Catholic Character, reporting to the Ministry and school community, and meeting national requirements set by the Ministry of Education.
Whilst the ultimate authority for the New Zealand school system rests with the Ministry of Education, others have key roles in the delivery of education. Parents and caregivers, students, principals and staff are all partners in delivering the best possible education to our young people.
Every Board must prepare and maintain a School Charter. The purpose of a School Charter is to establish the mission, aims, objectives, directions and targets of the Board in relation to the Government’s National Education Guidelines (NEGS), National Administration Guidelines (NAGS) and the Board’s local priorities.
Training and support is available for all Board members, to ensure they have a good understanding of their responsibilities.