The Stanley Bay School Board comprises five triennially elected community/parent representatives, together with the Principal and a staff representative. The Board is responsible for setting the strategic direction for the school in consultation with parents, staff and students, working with staff to set measurable goals for academic achievement.  The Board also establishes policies to make sure the school is run effectively and monitors the implementation of these policies to ensure that all our students are getting the excellent education that they deserve.

The Board is committed to representing the community and will seek your views on significant issues that affect the school. We welcome your ideas and feedback, you can contact us at bot@stanleybay.school.nz

Board members 2021
Matthew Crawford (Chair), Catherine McNellan, Josh Wilson,  Lucy Naylor (Principal), Scott Boniface (Staff Representative). Two vacant positions for parent representatives will be filled by by-election early this year.

To find out more about our parent representatives click here

2021 Board meetings
Board Meeting are public and you are welcome to attend, they are held in the staffroom at 6pm.  They are not however public meetings, where anyone has a right to speak, speaking rights can be granted by the Board.  Dates for 2021 meetings are:

4 February, 17 March, 19 May, 1 July, 12 Aug, 23 Sept, 28 October, 2 December

Board meeting minutes are available on request from accounts@stanleybay.school.nz

Policies and Procedures Our school uses SchoolDocs for our policies and procedures. SchoolDocs provides us with a comprehensive core set of policies that have been well researched and follow the Ministry of Education National Administration Guidelines. The policies and procedures are tailored to our school.

You can view our policies and procedures by clicking on this link – Stanley Bay SchoolDocs. The username is stanleybay and password SBS. Copyright: Except where stated, the content on this site is the copyright of SchoolDocs Ltd. It may not be reproduced without written permission from SchoolDocs Ltd.

Education Review Office (ERO) review Our most recent and historical ERO reviews can be read online at the Education Review Office website.

Complaints Procedure If you have matters of concern you can make an informal or formal complaint. Click here to access the Complaints Procedure or you can click here for the Complaints Flow Chart.

Annual Report You can view the 2019 Annual Report by clicking here

Physical Restraint procedure SBS has procedures in place for managing student behaviour and guidelines around the care and management of students.  Should you wish to view our Physical Restraint procedure, please click here.