The School Board’s role is to establish and monitor systems and processes to set strategic direction; establish the purpose, values, goals and objectives of the School; identify and manage risk; manage performance expectations and monitor achievement against these goals.
School Board Members are:
Rev George Hemmings (Chair)
Ms Bronwyn Vine (Deputy Chair)
Marcus D’Angri (Treasurer)
Mr Craig Smith
Dr Sydney Paul
Mr Scott Moller
Mr Jamie McMaster
Mr Scott Barber
The role of the School Board fits into five broad areas. The School Board is responsible for establishing, implementing and monitoring policy in relation to each of these areas.
- Strategic planning
- Financial leadership and management
- School Board-Principal relationships, including the appointment of the Principal
- Provision of facilities and resources
- Risk management and compliance
These five areas are discussed below:
Strategies in these areas reflect the mission and values of the School. They will drive the eventual outcome of the School and will pervade all actions of the School Board. Focus on these directions will assist the School Board to look outward and forward and to ensure that the School is well placed to adapt to changing market and educational forces.
Perhaps the greatest contribution a School Board can make to a School is to identify and enunciate its desired future. It is the School Board which must ultimately determine the vision for the School. The School Board with the Principal decides collaboratively what matters most in the long-term success of the School.
Policies in this area set out the degree of control the School Board exercises over the operations of the School. Policies in this area relate to ensuring the School is being run as planned and within the legal and legislative frameworks that apply. The policies relate to the means employed by the Principal and staff to achieve the ends established by the School Board and set within the relevant legislative framework.
School board-principal relationships
The Principal is responsible to the School Board as a whole. The School Board delegates to the Principal its duties and powers with regard to discipline, courses of study, selection and management of staff, and School activities generally. This is a key point and the cornerstone of the independence of the Principal. Historically, the term ‘independent school’ refers to the independence of the head to lead and manage these, with reference only to the law and the mission and values as set out by the School Board.
Provision of facilities and resources
This includes buildings and plant, equipment. Policies in this area relate to ensuring that the School is well provided in facilities and staffing to carry out its mission and achieve its goals. The School Board is responsible for preparing from time-to-time strategic directions and policies for the School in planning its resources. The School Board will periodically oversee the update of the master plan to give a future framework for the physical development of the School.
Risk management and compliance
The School Board must identify and evaluate the principle risks faced by the School and ensure that appropriate compliance systems are in place to avoid or mitigate those risks.
Contacting the Board
The Principal should be the first contact for matters concerning the School. In the event that you need to contact the Board Chair, please phone the Executive Assistant to the Principal on 03 5480 5900. Alternatively, you may email the Board Chair at email@example.com
Written correspondence should be sent to:
The Board Chair
Private and Confidential
c/o Moama Anglican Grammar
PO Box 786
Moama NSW 2731
A condition of enrolment is that a representative of each family is included as a member of Moama Anglican Grammar Ltd. This membership confers on the member voting rights and the right to attend the Annual General Meetings of the Company. New families will be advised of their representative once the student has commenced. changes to the nominated representative may be made via the School’s Company Secretary.
Membership is also available to other current and future parents of students enrolled at Moama Anglican Grammar and interested members of the community. Applications received will be considered at the Board meeting following their receipt and those persons accepted as members will be entitled to vote at and attend the following Annual General Meeting.
Click here to view the Moama Anglican Grammar Constitution.