School Council

The School Council has a very important role to play in the organisation of a school. Elections for School Council are held at the start of each year and information is available in the first newsletter of each year.

 

The responsibilities of school council include:

  • developing the strategic plan (the document that tells people what the school wants to achieve in the future and how it plans to get there);
  • approving the annual budget (the financial plan for the calendar year that tells people how the school is going to provide money so it can implement its strategic plan in that year);
  • setting and reviewing policies (guiding principles designed to influence decisions, actions that the school makes);
  • developing, reviewing and monitoring both the Student Code of Conduct. (how the school expects students to behave, how bullying will be managed and the school's approach to managing student behaviour) and the School Dress Code (this includes how students are expected to dress during school hours including travelling to and from school, if the school has a uniform and what that looks like, and any arrangement with clothing suppliers that the school might enter into);
  • raising money for things that the school needs
  • making sure the school's grounds and buildings  are maintained
  • entering into contracts for things like cleaning  the school or a school council building project creating interest in the school within the community; and principal selection.

 

 

The Canterbury Girls' Secondary College Council Office bearers currently are:
 
President: Tim Clarke

(Parent Representative)

Vice-President: Kevin Hurst

(Parent Representative)
 
Treasurer: Robyn LeGrew

(Parent Representative)

Secretary: Alison Bedggood

(DET Representative)

Principal: Mary Cannon
 
(DET Representative) 

Parent representatives
Tim Clarke
Frances Coman
Spencer Chipperfield

Kevin Hurst
Sandra Liew
Lilian Lloyd-Jones

Nicholas Lloyd-Shrimpton
Sue Wearne

Parent members on school council bring their experience as parents at the school and the views
of the wider school community to school council meetings.
 
DET representatives
Alison Bedggood
Mary Cannon
Nick Ford
Jim Ouliaris
Georgina Padula

DET employees bring their educational expertise to school council meetings.

Community members
Sue Barber and Robyn LeGrew. Community members most often bring a particular skill or voice to school council.

Student representatives

Olivia Unny and Alexandra Suddick.

 

Sub-committees of School Council
Sub-committees are advisory bodies to the school council and assist council in all the work that needs to be done. They report regularly at school council meetings and provide advice and make recommendations to the school council, which has the final responsibility for decisions. Sub-committees are open to non-school council members and therefore provide opportunities to involve many people in the school who are not members of school council.

At Canterbury Girls' Secondary College, there are 2 sub-committees of School Council. They are:

Finance Sub-Committee
convened by Mary Cannon

Policy Sub-committee
convened by Georgina Padula

If any member of the school community is interested in being involved in a sub-committee, they should contact the convenor or contact the principal who will forward their details to the relevant sub-committee.

Events

 

TERM 1 - 2019  

 

Friday 15 March

Tickets for House Chorals go on sale today

CLICK HERE to purchase  

  

Tuesday 26 March

General Assembly – Blazers required

 

Wednesday 3 April

House Chorals Performance Evening 1

 

Thursday 4 April

House Chorals Performance Evening 2

 

Friday 5 April

House Chorals Adjudication Day

 

Last Day of Term 1

2.30pm finish

 

Saturday 6 April

Uniform Shop open today

10.00am-12.00pm

Purchase your winter uniforms

 

 

TERM 2 - 2019

Monday 22 April

Easter Monday, public holiday

 

Tuesday 23 April

Term 2 begins

 

Saturday 27 April

Uniform Shop open today

10.00am-12.00pm

Purchase your winter uniforms

 

Monday 29 April

CGSC Open day 

School tours will run at 9.30am and 1.00pm

CLICK HERE to book a tour.

Information evening 7.00pm - 8.30pm

(no bookings necessary)

 


 

Curriculum Day Dates 2019

Term 2

Friday 14 June 2019

 

Term 4

Monday 4 November 2019

 

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Term Dates 2019

Term 1

31 January - 5 April

 

Term 2

23 April - 28 June

 

Term 3

15 July - 20 September

 

Term 4

7 October - 20 December

 

Curriculum Day Dates 2019

Term 2

Friday 14 June 2019

 

Term 4

Monday 4 November 2019

 

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