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
School Review Report