Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the Crown entity responsible for the governance and the control of the management of the school.  The Board is the employer of all staff in the school, is responsible for setting the school's strategic direction in consultation with parents, staff and students, and ensuring that its school provides a safe environment and quality education for all its students.  The Board is also responsible for overseeing the management of personnel, curriculum, property, finance and administration.

The structure of the Glendowie College Board of Trustees is as follows:

  • Five Parent Elected Trustees
  • The Principal
  • One Staff Elected Trustee
  • One Student Elected Trustee (Annual election)
  • Co-opted Trustees  (currently none)

The Board normally meet eight times per year, and also operate a 'Finance and Property' sub-committee.  Parents and other members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend the Board meetings as observers.

Further information on the role of the Board can be found here:

Glendowie College's Board of Trustees Election Information leaflet may be downloaded here

Click here to contact the Board via email.


Latest News

September Meeting : Wednesday 20 September 2017 – Community Update

The Community of Learning | Kāhui Ako is moving forward and following on from last month, where the appointment for the Across Schools positions were made for Glendowie College, Glendowie Primary, Churchill Park and St Helliers, the In School positions for the college have been made, well done to the teaching staff who have been appointed to these roles.

Work is progressing, slowly, on the Science Block and the associated work that surrounds this, with a meeting the Ministry at the end of the week.

For the teachers and staff at the college, a busy Exam and Tournament period has come to an end, and they are now moving into the annual Awards period for our students, which start with Arts Awards on Thursday 21st September.

Steve Collier
Board of Trustees Chairperson


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