The governing body at The Hills Montessori School is the School Board, which consists of the Principal, Assistant Principal, Business Administrator and ten other members who are elected from the parents and staff of the school. Board elections are held annually in May at the Annual General Meeting. The School Board has the responsibility to ensure effective management and development of the School at the strategic, policy, corporate and financial level. The Board has a number of Standing Committees; i.e. Finance, Facilities, Policy and OHS&W. Within this structure many people can become involved in the management and support of our school.
One of the responsibilities of the school Board is to ensure legal and financial obligations, and government accountability requirements are being met and effective risk management is in place.
As part of our funding agreement with the Commonwealth Government, one of the accountability requirements is to ensure that specific “School Performance Information” is made publicly available to the school community.
This information has been provided to the school community in a variety of formats. What follows is a collated version of this information under the headings specified by the Australian Government. The information relates to the 2017 school year.