|Mr Ken Ball||High School Headmaster|
|Mr A Breetzke||Chairman of SGB|
|Mrs N Bray||High School Parent|
|Mr A Chait||High School Parent|
|Mr P Duckitt||High School Parent|
|Mr T Futter||High School Parent|
|Mr R Haarburger||High School Parent|
|Mr J Mylrea||High School Parent|
|Mr Barry van Selm||High School Educator|
|Mr T Wiborg||High School Educator|
|Mrs D Gartshore||Non-Educator Rep|
|Master M Gawronsky||Educator Rep|
|Master T Allman||Educator Rep|
Role and Responsibilities of the SGB
The School Governing Body (SGB) is a statutory body of parents, educators, non-teaching staff and learners (from Grade 8 or higher) who seek to work together to promote the well-being and effectiveness of the school community and thereby enhance learning and teaching.
The SGB has a fiduciary (trust) relationship towards the school. The SGB’s role is to support the school administratively so that the educators may concentrate on their teaching.
The SGB essentially:
· assists the school with matters of administration, finance, discipline of the learners, etc and
· develops school polices aligned with the legal requirements of provincial and national policies.
Its work can be divided into six key functions: