As an IPS, Beaconsfield Primary School has a School Board.
What does the School Board do?
The Board’s role is to represent the whole school community in setting the school’s direction and priorities, and assessing the school’s performance. The Board reviews the school’s budget, approves voluntary charges, contributions and some school policies. The Board also provides advice to the Principal.
The Board meets twice a term. The meetings are public and open to members of the school community. Parents and staff can submit items for discussion at Board meetings.
Who is on the Board?
The Board is made up nine members, five parent representatives and four staff members, including the Principal. The executive officer has no voting responsibilities and ensures the board follows appropriate governance.
The Chair of the Board is a parent representative.
If you have any questions or want to know more about the Board please contact The Board by email at Beaconsfield.PS.SchoolBoard@education.wa.edu.au or ask any member of the School Board.
The agendas and minutes are available here.