School Council

The next School Council meeting will be held on Thursday, 25 October 2018 in the meeting room.


The role of the Council is that of involvement in the governance of the school.  This means taking part in the shaping and monitoring of the school’s objectives, priorities and general policy directions.  In addition, other functions are specified in the legislation.


The Council does not have a role in school management.  This is the responsibility of the Principal and involves educational leadership and the effective day-to-day administration, supervision and control of the school and its staff.


The functions of a School Council are to:


Take part in:

  • establishing and reviewing from time to time, the school’s objectives, priorities and general policy directions;
  • the planning of financial arrangements necessary to fund those objectives, priorities and directions;
  • evaluating the school’s performance in achieving them; and
  • formulating codes of conduct for students at the school.


Determine, in consultation with students, their parents and staff a dress code for students when they are attending or representing the school.


Promote the school in the community.



  • charges and contributions for the provision of certain materials, services and facilities;
  • extra cost optional components of educational programs;
  • items to be supplied by a student for personal use in an educational program;
  • any agreements or arrangements for advertising or sponsorship in relation to the school.



Cassandra Harris-Moroney - Principal

Emma Kirk - Deputy Principal

Ann Ward - Manager Corporate Services & Secretary

Anita Longmuir - Parent Member & Chairperson

Bridgit Gannaway - Staff Representative

Lindsay Johnson - Parent Member

Nathan Speight - Parent Member

Nicole Ward - Parent Member
Amber Ward - Parent Member

Cam Forrest - Parent Member

Dwight Kellow - Parent Member

John Pascoe - Parent Member


If you would like more information in relation to what the School Council does and does not do, please click here to find out more from the Department of Education website or you can download the Information Package.