Board Meetings are public and you are welcome to attend, they are held in the staffroom at 6 pm. They are not, however, public meetings where anyone has a right to speak; speaking rights can be granted by the Board. Board meeting minutes are available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org
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. and may not be reproduced without their written permission.
Education Review Office (ERO) review Our most recent and historical ERO reviews can be read online at the Education Review Office website.
If you wish to raise a matter of concern or make a complaint, please email email@example.com
Click here to view the Complaints Procedure.
Physical Restraint Procedure
SBS has procedures in place for managing student behaviour and guidelines around the care and management of students. To view our physical restraint procedure click here.
You can view Stanley Bay School Annual Reports below:
At Stanley Bay we will grow confident, creative, curious learners who are connected to the community and the wider world.
We value learners who demonstrate respect, resilience and integrity and expect to see the values modelled by all stakeholders within our learning community.
Our Graduate Profile
When students leave Stanley bay they are:
- Confident (Kaikorero)
Positive in their own identity and are reflective, resilient learners who are motivated to excel. They are confident in their abilities, which enable them to take risks and be innovators.
- Creative (Auahatanga)
Able to create something from personal feelings and experiences to reflect who they are and their place in the world. They are able to express themselves openly and without judgement.
- Critical Thinkers (whaiwhakaaro)
Critical thinkers who make informed decisions. They are active seekers, users and creators of knowledge.
- Connected (Nga hononga)
Effective communicators who are able to relate well to others. They are digitally literate and can effectively use a range of communication tools to participate in a wide range of life experiences, which connect them to their community, to their environment and to the world.
If you would like to to view / download the complete document please click here