The School Board has a number of very important governance roles to play with regard the development of the school. One of its critical roles is to oversight and approve all matters which have a financial implication for the school. The Board also acts as a consultative forum for the Principal on issues such as:
- faith formation of students and staff,
- curriculum development,
- property and maintenance,
- human resources and
- parent education.
In addition the School Board also provides timely, appropriate advice as requested and assists the Principal in monitoring school effectiveness.
As a body, the School Board is always seeking to harness the expertise, talents and resources of members of the school community and wider local community for the
benefit of the school.
The Board comprises the Parish Priest, the Principal, a representative from the Parish Council, a representative of the Parents & Friends Association and a minimum of four and maximum of six other elected persons.
For further information regarding the School Board and it's role at St Helena's please download the documents below.
The School Board will meet on the following dates at 6.00pm:
- 2019 Dates to be advised
Nomination Form for School Board - Nominations are now closed.
Below is a copy of reports presented to the 2017 Annual General Meeting held on 16 November 2017: