Our Board of Trustees is elected by the school community and focuses on enhancing student achievement. In partnership with the management team, the Board ensures that the values of the school community are reflected in the way our school operates. The Board has a governance role and regularly reviews policies to maintain compliance with legal and Ministry of Education requirements. It does not involve itself in the administrative details of the day-to-day running of the school. Board meetings are held Week 3 and 8 of each term, starting at 6pm on Tuesday evenings in the school boardroom. Dates are advertised in the newsletter and on our website. Parents and members of the community are welcome to attend.BOT Blog
I am passionate about the education of our children, and the community that we are in. Our family loves it at Greenacres, and I'm honoured to be part of such an amazing team on the Board. Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoaEmail
Hello, I have been associated with the school since my oldest child started in Room 1, Nov 2004. I have four children and my youngest is currently a year 6. I have been a board member for 6 years and have thoroughly enjoyed my involvement with this wonderful little school.
I have been a Board of Trustee parent member since 2013. I am also the Events Committee representative on the board. I currently have one child at Greenacres. My job involves being the Head of Engineering and Computer Science at Victoria University. I look forward to representing parents on the Board of Trustees in the 2016-2018 term.
I am married to Leanne and father of three daughters. Having lived in Tawa for 34 years I know and understand what a fantastic place it is to raise a family. I am the E-Crime Team Manager for Westpac New Limited. It is an honour to have been elected to the Board of Trustees and I look forward to making the school the best it can be for our Community.
I am married to Meredith and I have two daughters. A business owner in the broadcast electronics field, I supply, support and train film and television production houses and broadcasters. I am proud of Greenacres School, the way it supports our children, and the way it provides for our children with sports, music and cultural opportunities. I am grateful of the opportunity to continue to be a member of our Board of Trustees.
Tena koutou katoa, my name is William (Willie) Unuka. My daughter attends Greenacres School. My mother owns an Early Childhood Centre in Karori, so I have taken on a management role within this space (staff, centre and governance responsibility) and as a result my interest in education has grown. Being of both Maori and Pacific Island decent I am very interested in bi-culturalism within education and what that means for all NZ children. I look forward to the opportunity to contribute to and promote 'Te Ao Maori' (a Maori world view) to the Board.