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Working well as a board

Working well as a board  Ko te mahi tahi hei poari As board members, you share a common purpose of ensuring all students receive the best possible education.To achieve this, you have to work well as a board, respecting the strengths and diverse range...

Leadership

Working well as a board Ko te mahi tahi hei poari To work efficiently and effectively, you need to understand the principles of effective governance and have a commitment to working constructively together and in partnership with the principal. There...

Monitoring

Working well as a board Ko te mahi tahi hei poari Keeping an eye on the relationships between board members and how well meetings run and checking in with board members for their views on the board culture is important. This is what is meant by monit...

The board's role in setting the school culture

The board's role in setting the school culture Tūnga o te poari mō te whakatau i te ahurea kura Does the board have a role in setting the school culture?Q: When our board reviewed the Charter last year we had quite a discussion relating to the c...

Effective student behaviour management - the board's role

Effective student behaviour management - the board's role Ko tā te poari tūnga whakahaere tōtika i te whanonga ākonga The board exercises its responsibilities to ensure effective school-wide student behaviour management in the same way as for ot...

Engagement

Understanding the work of the board Ko te mārama ki ngā mahi a te poari All members of your school community should know what the board’s work involves and how the school is progressing. Doing this will help you build trust and confidence in your rol...

Reporting

Understanding the work of the board Ko te mārama ki ngā mahi a te poari Reporting on your school performance and the work of the board should be standard practice at every school. That’s because reporting on your performance will help you learn and i...

Stand-downs and suspensions

Effective student behaviour management - the board's role Ko tā te poari tūnga whakahaere tōtika i te whanonga ākonga Each student's right to an education must be balanced with the need to ensure all students are able to learn in an emotion...

Leadership

Understanding the work of the board Ko te mārama ki ngā mahi a te poari As a board, your work spans seven critical areas, representing the areas you’ll spend most of your time and energy focused on. Don’t forget NZSTA is here to help if you need it a...

Monitoring

Understanding the work of the board Ko te mārama ki ngā mahi a te poari Monitoring your board’s performance is an important part of your role. It’s a good way to track your progress and ensure your school stays on track. To do this and to make sure y...

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