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As a school trustee or someone interested in trusteeship, anything that can inform us of our role and be able to support our processes and decision making is valuable. Professional development opens us up to new possibilities and new ways of thinking.

We live in an ever-developing world of knowledge; our aim is for us all to be ‘life-long-learners’, just like our tamariki in our schools. 

In this knowledge hub you will find our learning sorted into our four governance areas. Just click in the area you want, and then select the appropriate module(s) you would like to do. 

Alternatively, you can use the search function or fast index to discover topics you want to learn, then select one. 

Have fun!

LATEST LEARNING FOR TRUSTEES 

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LOCAL CURRICULUM

Local curriculum (also known as 'school curriculum') is part of the New Zealand Curriculum. Local curriculum is what your school and teachers use to give young people meaningful learning experiences which are connected to their community(ies).

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LEARNING SUPPORT COORDINATOR

The purpose of the learning Support Coordinator (LSC role) is to ensure children and young people with disability and additional learning needs have access to the services they need.

What does this mean for your school and board?

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WELLBEING 2020

"What is the most important thing in the world?  It is people, it is people, it is people."

How will/do you as a trustee ensure the wellbeing of your school and yourself? 

Please click below to go to our new wellbeing page where you can take focused learning and access additional services to support you and your school with wellbeing in 2020

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All domestic students in New Zealand aged 5 to 19 are entitled to free enrolment and free education at a state school. Some domestic students are entitled to free enrolment and free education up to the age of 21  if they meet certain criteria. 

So what part do school donations play in schools? What is the School Donations scheme? And what is the board's role in these issues?

FREE NATIONWIDE WORKSHOPS

Come along to one of our free nationwide workshops rolling out in 2019

THE BOARDS 4 AREAS OF GOVERNANCE

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