The Muritai School Board are representatives elected by the community as the governing body of the school. The Board is responsible for establishing policy objectives and supporting the efficient and effective running of the school.
The Board is responsible, with the assistance of the parents, for developing the school charter. The School Charter is an important document that specifies what our school is about, what directions it should move in, and provides ideas on how to achieve these goals. The School Charter is reviewed and revised regularly.
The Board of Trustees meets monthly - see dates below.
Kaye Sherwin (Chairperson), Andrew Saunderson (Deputy Chairperson), Jeremy Buckley, Kurt Renner, Lisa South, Maureen Buckley (Acting Principal), Felicity Lovell (Staff Trustee).
Chairperson email address: email@example.com
Nominations for Parent Representatives received as at 18 August 2022:
Nominations for Staff Representative is:
All members of the community are welcome to attend the Board meetings. The following procedures apply when a member of the public attends a meeting. Members of the public include staff, students and parents’ families and whānau of the school community who are not members of the board.
Board meetings are not public meetings but meetings held in public
If the meeting moves to exclude the public (usually to protect the privacy of individuals), members of the public will be asked to leave the meeting until this aspect of business has been concluded
Members of the public may be given copies of the meeting agenda and associated reports
Members of the public may request speaking rights on a particular item that is on the agenda. Preferably, this request will have been made in advance. Public participation is at the discretion of the board
Speakers shall be restricted to a maximum of 3 minutes each per subject, with a time limit of 15 minutes per interest group
No more than 2 speakers will be permitted on any one agenda item
Speakers are not to question the board and must speak to the agenda item
Board members will not address questions or statements to speakers
Speakers shall not be disrespectful or offensive or make malicious statements or claims
If the person presiding over the meeting believes that any of these conditions have been breached or the speaker has gone over time, they may be asked to finish
Board meetings for 2021
Starting at 6:30pm in the Staff Room:
Meeting 1 Wednesday 23 February
Meeting 2 Wednesday 23 March
Meeting 3 Wednesday 25 May
Meeting 4 Wednesday 22 June
Meeting 5 Wednesday 17 August
Meeting 6 Wednesday 7 September
Meeting 7 Wednesday 2 October
Meeting 8 Wednedeay 30 November