View Road School Board 

Our School Board

Teressa Watts

Tamara Tai

Bee Gibbs

Sam Isaia 

Henare Pairama 

Like every state and state-integrated school or kura in New Zealand, View Road School has a board. The board's core role is to govern its school(s) or kura.

What is a school board?

The board's role is to oversee the governance of its school or kura and to ensure that everything that needs to be done gets done - legally, ethically, and as well as possible in the best interests of its students. The principal is the board's 'chief executive' and manages the day to day operations of the school or kura in line with the strategic direction and policies.

A standard board may be made up of: 

Board members have a term of office of up to 3 years.

What does the board do?

Section 127 of the Education and Training Act 2020 describes the board's responsibilities.

This is achieved through particular governance activities such as:

127 of the Education and Training Act 2020