Board Of Trustees

 

The recent Parent Representative Elections for the Board of Trustees is over and the results are in.


Click here for the voting results.



Do you have a concern or a complaint about the college? Please let us know so that we can do something about it - if you are not sure how to go about doing this please see the CONCERNS & COMPLAINTS PROCEDURES (this document is available for downloading and printing at the bottom of the page).




Board of Trustee Student Representative Elections




Four students have stepped up and put themselves forward for the election: Kath Millis, Johnny Brebner, Amy Jolly, Noel Bisson.




Board Members


Chairperson

Mr R HEMINGWAY (Parents)


Deputy Chairperson

Ms D SCHIKKER (Parents)


Members

Mr W BOSLEY (Principal)

Mr E BROWN (Students)

Mrs T GIBSON (Parents)

Mr I McNABB (Staff)

Mr P TAMATI (Parents)

Mr J WATHERSTON (Parents)




Confirmed ERO Report 2012

Click here to see the full ERO Report. The following are some excerpts:


 “Positive features of the school include:

·        respectful relationships between staff and students that contribute to a safe learning environment

·        students who are generally interested in their learning and enthusiastic about their teachers and their school

·        a school-wide focus on teachers’ better use of student achievement information for targeted teaching

·        well managed classrooms with a strong focus on learning and a range of teaching strategies

·        pastoral and education support for students at risk”

 “Students’ enjoyment and success in learning is central to planning and decision making by school staff, senior leaders and trustees. Students at all year levels experience a range of opportunities that engage them with their learning.”

“A significant feature of the school is students’ use of the natural environment for learning. An emphasis is placed on promoting active, healthy well-rounded students. This is evident in the high levels of participation in sport, education outside the classroom experiences, and the ongoing involvement of senior students in community projects.”

“Overall students achieve well across all curriculum areas. NCEA achievement information shows that students in Years 11-13 achieve as well as, or better than, students in similar schools nationally. At Years 7 and 8 over 80% of students achieve at or above the National Standards in reading and mathematics.”

“Overall Maori students at Mount Aspiring College achieve well. At all levels of the school they generally achieve as well as their non-Maori peers and significantly higher than Maori students nationally.”

 



Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes


Click here to see the Board of Trustee Meeting Minutes Library








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