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School Governance

Kristin School is owned by a charitable trust which is managed by six Trustees, none of whom can be current parents or staff. The Trustees are then joined by four others (three current parents and one past student) to form the Kristin School Board of Governors.

The Board employs long-term succession planning to ensure an appropriate mix of skills and talents are available to assist the Senior Management Team. The Board meets once a month during term time, where it is joined by the Executive Principal and the Director of Business Services in order to set and review policy, plan and authorise the capital works program, direct the school's financial position, oversee risk and compliance issues and deal with any other governance issues which may arise.

Latest News 
The New Zealand Shakeout 2018
Friday 19th October
On Thursday the Junior School participated in the New Zealand Shakeout 2018. This involved all of the students dropping, covering and holding as we simulated an earthquake. Last year we...
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Super similes
Wednesday 17th October
The Year 1 students have been studying writing techniques used by children’s author Mem Fox. 1C learnt that Mem Fox uses similes to help develop a picture of the book’s characters in the...
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Year 5 go Swimming
Wednesday 17th October
As part of our Education Outside of the Classroom (EOTC) Kristin Junior School is partaking in their annual swimming lessons. The swimming season is upon us…5B travelled by bus to the...
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North Harbour Hockey U15 win
Wednesday 17th October
Huge congratulations to Finn Burridge and Kevin Wei who both won hockey Nationals with the North Harbour U15 team in the holidays. We look forward to seeing what they achieve next.
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From the Board 
Important Announcement for Kristin Families
We are delighted to announce that the appointments for two critical senior leadership...
From the Board - Our Strategic Direction
Our Strategic Direction (as published in Kaleidoscope magazine - issue 61 ) ...
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