Our BOT for 2022:
|Jaylene Ball QSM|
|Parent Representative||Raewyn Lawson|
|Parent Representative||Jerry Mataia|
|Principal||Shirley Maihi QSM|
|Vice Principal||Sumithra Naidoo|
|Staff Representative||Dallas Maihi|
|Co-Opted Representative||Amber King-Savage (Tupaea)|
|Co-Opted Representative||Pita Fangaloka|
The Trustee Handbook (section A) states that Governance is where:
"The board is entrusted to work on behalf of all stakeholders and is accountable for the school’s performance. It emphasizes strategic leadership, sets the vision for the school, and ensures that it complies with legal and policy requirements. Policies are at a governance level and outline clear delegations to the principal.
The board and principal form the leadership team, with the role of each person documented and understood. The principal reports to the board as a whole with committees used sparingly and only when a need is identified in order to contribute to board work. The board is proactive rather than reactive in its operations and decision making and does not involve itself in the administrative details of the day-to-day running of the school. The board is encouraged to ask the right questions. Enhancing student achievement is its focus”.
All of New Zealand's state and state-integrated schools have a board of trustees. The board of trustees is the Crown entity responsible for the governance and the control of the management of the school. The board is the employer of all staff in the school, is responsible for setting the school's strategic direction in consultation with parents, staff and students and ensuring that its school provides a safe environment and quality education for all its students. Boards are also responsible for overseeing the management of personnel, curriculum, property, finance and administration.