Board of Trustees - (Current)

WHAT WE DO

In summary; except to the extent that any enactment or the general law of New Zealand provides otherwise, a school's Board has complete discretion to control the management of the school as it thinks fit.
Source: s75 Education Act 1989

BOARD ELECTIONS

The next election will be in 2016.

CONTACT US

Any member of the Board may be contacted via:

Mrs Carolyn Bunting
BOARD SECRETARY
Timaru Boys' High School.
buntingca@timaruboys.school.nz

MEETING TIMES

Board: Every 2nd Tuesday at 5.30pm

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(Photo: Memorial Library)

BOT Membership

Mark Elliotte (Chair, Parent Representative)
Warren Leslie (Deputy Chair, Parent Representative)
Cara Gregan (Selected Representative)
Graham Sharp (Parent Representative)
Virginia Callaghan (Parent Representative)
Gary Ivamy (Staff Representative)
Alex Sutcliffe (Student Representative)
Penny Dewar (Co-opted)
Brent Love (Co-opted)
Nick McIvor (Rector)

Hostel

Kate Murdoch, Ross Smith, Alex Duthie, Paula Cross

Finance

Lyn Stewart

Committees

Virgina Callaghan - Chair of Hostel Committee

Brent Love - Chair of Property Committee

Penny Dewar - Chair of Finance Committee

 

TBHS 2015 STRATEGIC PLAN

Vision

A Timaru Boys’ High School young man will be aspirational, respectful, and a positive contributor to his community, with an inquiring and independent mind.

 

Mission

We will provide an education with active, varied and progressive learning, grounded in our school values, that supports our young men to attain personal excellence.

 Goal 1: TBHS will deliver high quality teaching and learning with a focus on excellent outcomes for our boys

Objectives:

        Our whole-school teaching and learning philosophy and practice is developed

        The Curriculum delivers school values, thinking skills and inquiry

        High quality physical and virtual learning environments are developed

        Merit and Excellence attainment in the junior and senior school, and Scholarship awards, are improved.

        Maori and Pasifika boys’ needs are recognised and they experience success as Maori and Pasifika learners

 Goal 2:  TBHS will provide a nurturing environment that supports individual learning and development.            

Objectives:

        A culture of wellbeing and support prevails for all boys

        Students at risk are identified and helped

        Gifted and talented boys excel

Goal 3: TBHS will extend the positive influences of the Arts and Sport on the growth of our young men.

Objectives:  

        The engagement and participation of all students across the school

        Our boys distinguish themselves in top grades, competitions and events

        Boys develop leadership qualities