School Councils play a vital role in Victorian government schools and are established and operate under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic), the Education and Training Reform Regulations 2017 (Vic) and a constituting Order. Further information regarding School Council can be found below the list of members.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Concord School Council, or would like to communciate with the School Council President, please contact Mark Lancaster at Mark.Lancaster@education.vic.gov.au
The remaining School Council dates in 2020 are 19 October, 16 November and 7 December.
Please find a list of the current Concord School Council below.
|Jason Coningsby||DET Employee - Principal|
|Mark Lancaster||Community Member - President|
|Flora Nixon||DET Employee - Assistant Principal|
|Kathleen Moore||DET Employee - Assistant Principal|
|Colin Simpson||DET Employee - Assistant Principal|
|Bronwyn Hart||DET Employee - Leading Teacher|
|Kylie Lewin||Parent Member|
|Salvatore Mazzarino||Parent Member|
|Rachael MacMillan||Parent Member|
|John Qiu||Parent Member- Vice President|
|Glenn Wilson||Parent Member|
|Peter Joint||Parent Member-Treasurer|
|Raelene Yates-Hockey||Community Member|
|Ojay Sharma||Parent Member|
|Jo Huybers||Community Member|
|Sam Browne||Business Manager|
|Karen Jordan||Minute Secretary|
School councils play a key role in Victorian government schools and being a member of the school council is a rewarding and challenging experience. Acting as a team, school council supports the principal to provide the best possible educational outcomes for students. A well informed and effective school council strengthens community confidence in the school and helps to protect and build the school’s reputation.
School Council Meeting Requirements
School Council Membership
Each school council consists of the following structure and membership:
Functions of a School council
The functions of a school council include:
School council may also be involved in the principal selection process if and when required.
School councillors are indemnified against any liability in respect of any loss or damage suffered by council or others as a result of reasonable actions taken in good faith.