The School Council members are unpaid volunteers whose primary duty is to determine the strategic objectives and direction of the Council so as to ensure that the core purpose is achieved.

Governance

The Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council serves the community of the Macarthur Region by the provision of quality, affordable Christian education to students in Pre Kinder to Year 12, currently through the operation of St Peter's Anglican Primary School and Broughton Anglican College.

Core Purpose

The core purpose of Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council is to educate young people in ways consistent with the teaching of the Bible and gospel of Jesus Christ, and to maintain and uphold the Christian faith in teaching and practice.

Charter

The School Council members are unpaid volunteers whose primary duty is to determine the strategic objectives and direction of the Council so as to ensure that the core purpose is achieved.

The Campbelltown Anglican Schools Council was incorporated under the Anglican Church of Australia (Bodies Corporate) Act 1938 to manage, govern and control Schools / Colleges (Primary and Secondary education). The Schools Council is constituted by the Campbelltown Anglican Schools Ordinance 1985.

General duties include:

Managing and monitoring risk and compliance.

Reviewing progress towards achievement of goals. Reviewing performance of appointments, contracts and remuneration packages.

Approving and monitoring annual capital and operating programs.

Monitoring the level of congruence between the operational activities and the mission.

Assess relationships between the Council and stakeholders.

The members of the Schools Council are currently:

Bishop Peter Hayward, President

Rev Nigel Fortescue, Chair (Leave of Absence)

Mr David Busutel, Chair (Acting), Deputy Chair, Hon. Secretary

Mr Mark Tranby, Hon. Treasurer

Dr Bryan Cowling

Mr Ross Ford

Mrs Karyn Jansen

Mr Jim Kapetangiannis

Dr Barry Ridge

Rev Nigel Webb

Please find the Supervisory and Reporting Arrangements document here.