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School trustees have a very important role in making sure every child achieves their potential at school.
Here are some of the things they do:
  Work with the principal and consult with staff, students and the community
  Set the educational goals and strategic direction of the school
  Monitor progress and let parents know how the school is progressing against its annual targets and
how well students are achieving
  Decide how the school’s funding will be spent
  Select the school’s principal and support the development of all staff
  Oversee the management of staff, property, finances, curriculum and administration.

This year is an election year for Parent Trustees. There are five (5) Parent Trustee positions.
  Parent Trustees are elected by the parent community.
  In state-integrated schools there are four trustees appointed by the proprietor (unless the
proprietor agrees to reduce the number of appointed trustees).
  The Staff Trustee is elected by the Board of Trustees staff at the school.
  The Student Trustee is elected by the Year 9 – 13 student body.

There must always be more elected Parent Trustees then appointed Proprietor’s Trustees.
Our Board Trustees include the following:
  Five elected Parent Trustees (Term in office, 3 years)
  One elected Staff Trustee (Term in Office, 3 years)
  One elected Student Trustee (Term in Office, 1 year)
  Four appointed Proprietor’s Trustees (Appointed)
  The Principal

Nominations will be called Friday, 10 May 2019.



Appoint returning officer by: 1 April 2019
Close main roll noon:  Wednesday 8 May 2019
Call for nominations by:  Friday 10 May 2019
Close supplementary roll noon:  Wednesday 22 May 2019
Nominations close noon:  Friday 24 May 2019
Voting papers sent by:  Wednesday 29 May 2019
Close poll election day noon:  Friday 7 June 2019
Count votes:  Thursday 13 June 2019
Board takes office:  Friday 14 June 2019


The Board of Trustees is the governing body of the school. The Board has certain obligations to meet as required by the Education Act 1989 and other legislation. Some of these obligations are; responsibility for school property, personnel, financial management and reporting to the school community. The Board of Trustees monitors management practices to ensure effective delivery of the curriculum, establishes goals, develops and reviews policies. The Principal reports to, and is appraised by the Board.

Board of Trustees 2016-2019 

Mr Norman Johnston:  Chairperson / Proprietors Rep
Mr David McGeorge:  Deputy Chairperson /Proprietors Rep
Dr Brian Evans:  Secretary / Principal
Mr Jeff Johansson:  Member / Elected Parent Rep
Mr David Denny:  Member / Elected Parent Rep
Dr Nasili Vaka’uta:  Member / Elected Parent Rep
Mrs Rosa Tapuvae Papuni:  Member / Elected Parent Rep
Mrs Uinise Smythe:  Member / Elected Parent Rep
Mrs P Tala’imanu:  Member / Proprietors Rep
Ms Gillian Laird:  Member / Proprietors Rep
Miss Rhys Gabriel:  Student Rep
Mr Imraz Sahib:  Staff Rep

Download a full version of the Wesley College Charter

Wesley Charter and Annual Plan 2019

Wesley Charter and Strategic Plan 2019 – 2021

Board of Trustees Student Representative 2017-2018

Rhys Gabriel has been elected as the 2018 – 2019 Student Representative.

Board Meetings
Download a copy of the 2019 BOT Meeting Dates here.The Board of Trustees normally meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 5pm.

Education Review Office:   http://www.ero.govt.nz/



Board of Trustees policies are available for viewing at the school.





click here for the:  BOT Annual Accounts