Burrendah Primary School has had a School Board since it became an Independent Public School at the end of 2012. The Board works with the principal and the school to ensure the best outcomes for all students. It’s the job of the Board to oversee and support decisions made by the school to deliver on the strategic areas of focus and to achieve the targets set out in the school’s Business Plan. Alongside parents and staff the School Board helped to create Burrendah Primary School’s 2019-2021 Business Plan.
The School Board has elected teacher representatives, parent representatives, and members from the wider community (who share the school’s commitment to education, but do not otherwise have family members at the school). The Board usually meets twice each term. Meetings are usually held in Week 4 and 8 of each term from 6:00pm - 7:30pm.
As a result of the pandemic our Board is meeting off school site using video conferencing. For Term 2, 2020 the Board is using Webex as a video platform to conduct meetings. From Term 3, 2020 the Board will have one Webex meeting and one face to face meeting at school. The school community is welcome to attend the face to face meetings that are held in the school hall. See our school calendar for these dates. Once the restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 ease we will be seeking Community Representatives for the current Board.
Current Members of Burrendah Primary School Board are: