First and foremost, Boards are accountable for student achievement. They exercise their prime accountability by providing an environment for and monitoring the delivery of quality educational outcomes. They are responsible for ensuring that they focus their strategic planning on improving student achievement and teaching and learning programmes. This requires the Board to work towards continuous improvement and to:
- use up to date information
- use both internal and external data to identify strengths and weaknesses
- set challenging targets for achievement
- analyse closely, continually monitoring progress towards targets
- make adjustments as necessary
- 2020 Annual Report
Student Representative Election to the Board of Trustees
Nominations have been called for the student representative on the Board of Trustees. Nominations close on 11 March, 2022, and votes will be counted on 13 April 2022.
If you are interested in being a student representative, please pick up an information booklet and a nomination form from the Student Centre.
Any student who is interested in being a student representative can come to any Board meeting as a member of the public to observe how a Board works. However, you do not have speaking rights unless a written request seeking permission to do so is sent to the Board Chair and consent is given.
JP Te Puia