The Board of Trustees (BOT) of KingsGate School is focused on the ongoing improvement of student progress and achievement within an environment that provides inclusive education.
Refer to the New Zealand Curriculum, the New Zealand Disability Strategy, and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People.
To ensure effective school performance, the BOT is committed to maintaining a strong and effective governance framework that incorporates legislative requirements and good practice.
Governance and Management
The following are the BOT’s agreed governance and management definitions which form the basis upon which both the working relationships and the BOT’s policies are developed.
Governance through the lens of the school’s Christian character:
The BOT delegates all authority and accountability for the day-to-day operational organisation of the school to the Principal who must ensure compliance with both the BOT policy framework and the law of New Zealand.
The governing BOT of a school may delegate any of the functions or powers of the BOT or the governing BOT, either generally or specifically, to any of the following persons by resolution and written notice to the person or persons:
All policies are to be read in conjunction with the following:
In order to carry out effective governance of the school, the BOT has developed the following policy framework.