These two bodies play an integral role in the school. The Governing Council is a policy making, strategic body, whilst the PTA is more involved in supporting the School in its endeavours to promote social interaction amongst the parent body, and to raise funds for the "nice to haves' items not provided for in the school budget.
Below is an outline of the roles of the governing council, as well as the current members who are serving on them.
Usutu Forest School is a registered Section 21 Company and its affairs are managed by a Governing Body, who assures the good governance of the School. The Governing Body, in particular, monitors the School budget and spending, as well as put systems in place for the continued growth and development of the School campus.
The role of the Governing Council:
The current Governing Council is made up of the following members:
|Mike Ehrich||Vice Chair/Building|
|Dean Johnston||Chairman Finance Committee|
|Sikhombe Gumbi||Human Resources|
|Terry Melvin||PTA Representative|
|Gareth Allman||Executive Head|
|Tanya Allman||Deputy Head: Pre- Primary and Foundation Phase|
|Thobekile Magagula||Head: Primary School (Acting)|
|Dawn Naylor||Deputy Head: High School|