Queen's High School Board 2023
The Board of Trustees (Board) is the school's governing body and is responsible for ensuring that the school complies with all relevant laws and regulations. The Principal is responsible to the Board for the everyday running of the school and for implementing policy as directed by the Board.
The role of the Board is to provide sound governance in the best interest of our students and community. Communication between our Board, school personnel, parents and the wider community, results in positive differences being made to our students’ achievements.
The Board consists of between five and seven trustees elected every three years by parents of students in the school, along with the Principal and one staff representative elected by the school staff. A new Board has been elected this year, so 2025 will be the next election year. The Queen’s High School Board members have a variety of skills and experience, which enable the Board to successfully fulfill its governance responsibilities.
The aim of the Board is to support the provision of quality education, fostering the development of individual potential, a love of learning and responsible citizenship, to empower young women for life.
The current board is made up of: (back row left to right) Jacqui Earland (staff rep), Graeme McAuley (co-opted rep) Katrina Jenkins (parent rep), Jo Lyons (Secretary) Jay Cooper, Abbie Lyons, Bryce Adie (parent reps).
Front row: (left to right) Tallulah Costa (student rep), Jude Molyneux (presiding member), Barbara Agnew (Principal).
Absent for the photo Megan Potiki, the Rūnunga rep.