School Board

The school board is a formal mechanism for parents, carers and staff to participate in school decision-making.

The functions of the school board of a public school are:

  • to establish strategic direction and priorities for the school
  • to monitor and review school performance and to report on it to the
    Director-General, parents of students at the school and staff
  • to develop, maintain and review curriculum for the school
  • to develop and review education policies at the school
  • to establish budgetary policies for the school and approve the school budget
  • to establish policies for the efficient and effective use of school assets and the management of financial risk
  • to develop relationships between the school and the community and between the school and community organisations
  • to make recommendations to the Director-General on issue affecting the school and to give effect to the Director-General's directions
  • to encourage parent participation in their children's learning; and
  • to exercise any other function given to the board under this Act or any other Territory law.

Please find below our School Board Reports and Annual Operational Plan:

Annual School Board Report

Campbell Primary Annual School Board Report 2015 (PDF 619.0 KB)

Campbell Primary Annual School Board Report 2015 (PDF 981.2 KB)

Campbell Primary Annual School Board Report 2014 (PDF 894.8 KB)

Campbell Primary Annual School Board Report 2014 (PDF 577.8 KB)

Campbell Primary School Annual Board Report 2013 (PDF 434.2 KB)

Campbell Primary School Annual Board Report 2013 (PDF 911.2 KB)

School Plan

Campbell Primary School Plan 2015-2018 (PDF 356.5 KB)

Campbell Primary School Plan 2015-2018 (PDF 286.5 KB)

School Review Report

Campbell Primary School External Validation Report 2014 (PDF 6.3 MB)

Campbell Primary School External Validation Report 2014 (PDF 423.0 KB)