The School Board is formed, under the provisions of the School Education Act 1999, with the fundamental purpose of enabling parents and members of the community to engage in activities that are in the best interests of students and that will enhance the education provided by the school.
The role of the School Board is that of involvement in the governance of the school. This means taking part in the shaping and monitoring of the school’s objectives, priorities and general policy directions.
Members of the School Board include the Principal, teachers, parents and the local community. Its goals are:
- To support the implementation of Department of Education policy
- To support the provision of exemplary and equitable education for all students
- To foster the pursuit of excellence and the development of a positive work ethic throughout the school
- To encourage community spirit and pride in Mundijong Primary School.
Meetings are held once a term and all business and minutes are made available to the public.
Mundijong Primary School is an Independent Public School.
An independent public school is a state/public school that, while a part of the state education system, has been granted a higher degree of decision-making authority than a regular, non-independent state school.