SCHOOL GOVERNING BODY
What is a Governing Body?
A governing body of a public school is legislated as such by Section 16 of the South African Schools Act No. 84 of 1996 (as amended) ("SASA"). The governance of a public school is vested in its governing body.
The School Governing Body (SGB) is a statutory body of parents, educators and non-teaching staff who seek to work together to promote the well-being and effectiveness of the school community and thereby enhance learning and teaching.
Current LRS Governing Body:
Mr. H. Spaarwater (School Principal)
C. Swanepoel (Non-educator representative; Extra & Co-curricular Activities)
G. Devereux (Educator Representative; Secretary)
C. Minnie (Educator Representative; Health, Safety & Security
Tamar Harte-Joubert (Chairperson)
Sayed Ally (Vice Chairperson; Human Resources; Legal)
Maryke Vockerodt (Treasurer)
Judith Mafutsanyana (Fundraising)
Deidre Maule (Maintenance; Grounds; Buildings)
How does a Governing Body get elected?
Full details can be found here: