As our schools provide an atmosphere of growth to our students, an effective school board provides the leadership, guidance and support vital for our school’s growth. Whether a school board has been in place for several years or is just forming, it is critical that they have the tools and information necessary to be effective, mission-oriented leaders. Proprietor’s Appointees on the Board are full members of the Board with all the same rights and obligations as other Board members. In addition, Proprietor’s Appointees also have some special responsibilities. This is an opportunity to come together for three sessions to explore specific aspects of their roles related to the Catholic character of their schools.
03 October (Tuesday), 5:30-6:30pm
- Role of Proprietor’s Representatives
- Expectations of the Church and New Zealand Catholic Education Authorities of Catholic Education
- Role of Special Character
10 October (Tuesday), 5:30-6:30pm
- The Core Values of a Catholic school
- Understanding Charism in a School Context
- How can a Board address its Core Values
17 October (Tuesday), 5:30-6:30pm
- The Catholic School in Secular and Troubling Times
- Catholic Schools – a cause to celebrate
- Enroling in a Catholic School – what should parents expect?
How to register
You only need to register once for the three sessions, and use the same link for all. All participants must register.
Fee – $60 for the three sessions.
Please make all payments to Te Kupenga and send us a copy of your payment to email@example.com
Account number 02-0506-0015015-00
Reference: W1 Last name (if paying individually) or W1 Organisation (if paying as group)
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About the Speaker
Dr Peter Ryan, FSC, M.Ed, D.Min
Br Peter Ryan is a De La Salle Brother with a long involvement in Catholic education. He taught in secondary schools for 30 years, was a DRS, Deputy Principal and Principal of schools in Australia and New Zealand. He has been involved in Catholic school governance and serves on several Boards. He completed his Doctor of Ministry (D.Min) in 2019, with a focus on nurturing and sustaining charism and Catholic identity in Catholic ministries. He lectures in Theology and Christian Spirituality at Te Kupenga – Catholic Theological College.
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