School representative bodies
School representative bodies provide a way for parents and community members to be involved with decisions at schools.
There are three types of school representative bodies:
- school council - an elected body of members for a government school
- independent public school board - an elected body of members for government schools that are independent public schools
- joint school representative body - an elected body of members which represent more than one government school.
Role of school representative bodies
A school representative body is the governing body of a school. They work with the school to achieve the best outcomes for students.
Independent public school boards have all the functions of a school council; however school boards focus on strategy and monitoring performance.
For more information contact the Department of Education by calling (08) 8901 1383 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council of Government School Organisations
The Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations (NTCOGSO) is a voluntary organisation made up of members from affiliated school representative bodies.
NTCOGSO provides support for school representative bodies including training and publication of resources for members.
For more information contact:
- Application and revocation guidelines - (58.3 KB)
- Board application to revoke IPS form - (55.2 KB)
- Board Guidelines - (89.7 KB)
- Memorandum of Understanding - (64.6 KB)
- Policy - (57.4 KB)
- Modify parent membership board guidelines - (55.3 KB)
- Modify parent membership form - (57.6 KB)
Independent public school board
Last updated: 27 November 2019
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