The School Council is the governing body of the school. It is made up of both parents and teachers. School Council has a wide range of roles and responsibilities that includes:
determining the general educational policy of the school
developing the school strategic plan
reporting annually to the school community
approving and monitoring the school budget
developing the student code of conduct and
generally stimulating interest in the school
School council is the body that sets the vision, determines priorities, and ensures that the school is responsive to the needs of the local community. The principal is the Executive Officer of council and a parent is the President. School Council meets at least 8 times a year, usually on a Wednesday evening at 7:30pm. There are working committees within School Council which are made up of both parents and teaching staff.
PARENT MEMBERS OF SCHOOL COUNCIL
David Symons (President)
Will Weijers (Treasurer)
Michael Gibbs (Vice President)
DET EMPLOYEE MEMBERS OF SCHOOL COUNCIL
Sharon Marmo (Executive Officer)
Standing Orders for school council are available for download here as a PDF document.
SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLAN
Banyule Primary School 2017-2020 School Strategic Plan is available for download here as a PDF document.
ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Banyule Primary School 2020 Annual Implementation is available for download here as a PDF document.
Banyule Primary School 2019 Annual Report is available for download here as a PDF document.
MAKING THE PARTNERSHIP WORK
Available for download here as a PDF document.
SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETINGS
Unless otherwise decided, school council meetings will be held twice a term on Wednesdays,
from 7:00pm onwards.
If members are unable to attend a meeting, they are expected to send their apology to the executive officer (principal) prior to the meeting.
MEETING DATES AND TIME:
There are eight meetings for the year. School council is always on a Wednesday night starting at 7:00pm in the staff room. Dates can be found in our News & Events page, and are listed below.
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