Coolbellup Learning Centre and Coolbellup Community School's Joint School Council

The Learning Centre and Community School have a wonderful shared school community and run a combined Schools Council.

The School Council meets once a term in  week 5  and is an integral part of the running of both schools.

Representatives from both schools' parent bodies, both school staffs, a P&C and a community representative make up the annually elected Council.

The AGM is open to all members of the schools' community.

Members of  Council are:

Pauline Winrow (Principal CLC)

Ray Knight (Principal CCS) Chairperson

Juliet Stratton (CLC Teacher Representative) 

                                    Alex Robbins (CCS Teacher Representative)

                                    Lina Castro (CLC Parent Representative)

                                    Michaela Driessen (CCS Parent Representative)

                        Donna Buckley (P&C Representative)

                       Claire Suter (Community Representative)

The Council chairperson is Ray Knight, for more information about the Council please contact (08) 9337 3268.

2021 Nominations:

Coolbellup Community School and Coolbellup Learning Centre
Joint Schools’ Council

 

Nomination Form - EXTENDED DEADLINE

                                            Parent Member/s CLC (1 VACANCY)

If you would like to nominate for the position of Parent Representative/Coolbellup Learning Centre, please complete the Nomination Form below by Tuesday March 15TH 2021.

The Council is formed with the fundamental purpose of enabling parents and members of the community to engage in activities that are in the best interests of students and will enhance the education provided by the schools.

The Council’s functions include:

To take part in:

  1. a) establishing and reviewing from time to time, the school’s objectives, priorities and general policy directions

  2. b) the planning of financial arrangements necessary to fund those objectives, priorities and directions

  3. c) evaluating the school’s performance in achieving them and

  4. d) formulating codes of conduct for students at the school.

 The Council cannot:

  1. a) intervene in the control or management of a school

  2. b) intervene in the educational instruction of students

  3. c) exercise authority over teaching staff or other persons employed at the school or

  4. d) performance manage the principal or any other Department of Education employee e) intervene in the management or operation of a school fund and

  5. f) purchase property

 

Where more than 2 nominations are received a ballot will be held amongst the CLC enrolled parents for the final vacant position.

Next Meeting
Term 1 TBC