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School council

School councils are established in independent public schools and enable greater involvement of the school community and other stakeholders, in setting the strategic direction for the school. The Kenmore State School Council is the custodian of the direction and reputation of Kenmore SS. It is a forum that plans and reviews the school’s progress towards its vision: Strive – Create – Achieve.

The role of a school council is to:

  • monitor the school's strategic direction
  • approve plans and policies of the school of a strategic nature, including the annual estimate of revenue and expenditure for the school
  • monitor the implementation of the plans, policies and other relevant documents
  • advise the school's principal about strategic matters
 

The school council plays a role in monitoring and informing the school's strategic direction in a way that achieves the best learning outcomes for the school's students.

 
 

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