What a Board of trustees does
The key work areas of every school board are set out in law and cover important governance-related areas such as strategic leadership and setting the vision for our school, legal compliance, policy development and defining the delegations of the principal.
In a nutshell, the board is responsible for school leadership and strategy and for having the policies and processes in place to monitor and report on the school’s progress and to engage with the school community.
More information can be found here
About our Board of Trustees
.Our Board of Trustees comprises of six parents, one staff trustee and the principal
Amy Reason, Board Chair
Peter Van Elzakker
Stephanie Lidington, staff trustee
The Board of Trustees is elected every three years. The next elections are in 2019.
School charter and analysis of variance
The school charter sets the direction and key priorities for the school for the current and future years.
The school's analysis of variance provides a summary of the school's annual progress in relation to its goals, targets and priorities
2018 analysis of variance
Education Review Office report
Our latest Education Review Office report can be found here
Annual audit report
This report is produced by our school auditors each year. It is a legal requirement of the Ministry of Education
2018 annual audited accounts
2018 audit report
To contact the Board of Trustees contact the principal. He will determine the appropriate response and forward your enquiry accordingly.
The board meets eight times each year. The meeting dates and focus of the meetings can be found below