School Council

School Council meets once a month, usually on the fourth Tuesday night.


School Council plays an integral part of the operations of our school. Our School Council is made up of six Parent Representatives, one Community Representative, three Staff Representatives and the Principal as Executive Officer. While School Councils operate on a March-to-March cycle, Councillors are elected for 2 years, with half of the council representative positions open for election on an annual basis. Nominations for 2024/25 School Council will open on Friday 16th February and close on Thursday 29th February. Nomination forms will be available from the office from next Friday. Nominees can self-nominate or be nominated by others. Nomination forms will be available from the office from Friday 16th February. If a ballot is required, it will be conducted in the first week of March. New office bearers will be elected at the first meeting of the newly formed council.


Retiring Parent Representatives

Parent Representatives 2024/2025

Staff Representatives

Jade Field

Louise Mac Gregor

Steve Christensen

Tracey Torr

Sonya Brown

Ben Fiegert

Elyse Adam

Tara Coffin

Melanie Bingham


The Parent Representatives on Council are in place to represent and raise items from the school community, as well as oversee the operations of the school.


The main purposes of School Council are to:

  • Establish the broad direction and vision of the school within the school's community
  • Participate in the development and monitoring of the school strategic plan
  • Develop, review and update school policies
  • Develop, review and monitor the Student Engagement Policy and the School Dress Code
  • Raise funds for school-related purposes
  • Approve the annual budget and monitor expenditure
  • Maintain the school's grounds and facilities
  • Enter into contracts (e.g. cleaning, construction work)
  • Report annually to the school community and to DET
  • Generally stimulate interest in the school in the wider community