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Our lovely board members help keep Kaurilands awesome. They are a mixture of parents and staff, elected by our community as their representatives. They help with decision making and governance of our school.
On behalf of the community, the Board of Trustees is responsible for the governance of our school. The Board sets the school’s strategic direction and is accountable for the school’s performance. Our primary focus is ensuring that our children are continuously improving and achieving to the best of their abilities.
The Kauriland's Charter outlines the 3 year strategic plan that guides our thinking. Monitoring progress towards the goals outlined in the plan is a key focus for the board as is asking the hard questions to ensure we make the right strategic decisions for our community, our staff and our children.
Our Principal, Jo Augustine, is the Board’s Chief Executive and is responsible for the management of the school. The Board’s role is to support the principal as they work within the school’s policies to lead the strategic direction.
The Board of Trustees meet on the last Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm however the November meeting date will be Tuesday 21st November at 7.00pm.
"My son Evan is in Year 4 and my daughter Bethan is at Glen Eden Intermediate. I have always been very committed to Kaurilands School; prior to becoming a member of the Board, I coordinated Te Whanau Awhina. Kaurilands is a wonderful school and I am proud to be involved."
"Kia ora. My daughter Lauren is in Year 5 and my son Aidan is in Year 1. I am a teacher at Green Bay High School and I am very proud to part of the Kaurilands School community. "
"I have a son in year 2 and a daughter starting later in 2017. I’m a corporate lawyer and in my spare time I enjoy running and travel. I’m enjoying being on the board - Kaurilands School is a fantastic, well managed school and it’s a privilege to play a part in that."
My son Leo is in Year 2 and is having great fun at school. I work as an economist and my wife is a teacher at St Leonard’s Road Primary in Kelston.
I’ve been very impressed by Kaurilands School and I’m looking forward to working with the school community.
"I have been involved with the school as a parent (my 4 children attended), an elected board parent representative, a teacher and now as the staff representative. It is interesting seeing how the school runs from many different angles. I love being involved in this wonderful school that is part of my local community."