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School council

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​School Councils enable greater involvement of the school community and other stakeholders, such as industry, in setting the strategic direction for the school. The functions of a school council are to:

  • monitor the school’s strategic direction
  • approve plans and policies of the school of a strategic nature, or other documents affecting strategic matters including the annual estimate of revenue and expenditure for the school
  • monitor the implementation of the plans, policies and other documents mentioned above, and
  • advise the school’s Principal about strategic matters.

QASMT school council dates 2021

(Meetings are currently held in the L Block PD Suite, 4:00pm - 5:00pm)

Term 1 , Week 4:   Thursday, 18 February
Term 2 , Week 5: Thursday, 20 May
Term 3, Week 5:    Thursday, 12 August
Term 4 , Week 7: Thursday, 18 November

2021 QASMT school council members 

Title
Name
Principal
Kathryn Kayrooz
P&C President
Winand D'Souza
Teaching Staff Member
Michael Colquhoun
Non-Teaching Staff Member
Sarah Carsten
Parent Representative
Christine Chew
Rowan Alick
Community Member
Professor Katherine Andrews (Deputy Director of Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, Griffith University)
Community Member
Professor Patricia Morrell (Head of School for the School of Education at the University of Queensland)
Student Representative
Grace Tere​c
Student Representative
Joshua Waghorn


Each elected parent, staff and student and appointed/invited member holds office for a term not longer than two years, however half of the school’s first elected members may hold office for a term of up to 3 years (establishment phase).

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Last reviewed 01 September 2021
Last updated 01 September 2021