Legal & Governance Essentials for School Leaders 2022

Legal responsibilities and best practice for modern School Leaders

4 - 5 Jul 2022Ellerslie Event Centre, Auckland (Live or Virtual)
Event Details
MEET YOUR SPEAKERS
MEET YOUR CHAIR - AUCKLAND

Colin Donald

Programme Manager

Leadership, Tui Tuia/Learning Circle, The University of Auckland

Colin is a Programme Manager at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Education Leadership supporting and developing the Growing Great Leaders™ courses and delivering leadership PLD. Colin has a background in senior education leadership spanning 25 years, including seven years as principal of King’s High School, Dunedin. He has led school reform, school improvement and school leadership projects in the Middle East . Colin’s time as Co-Director of the First-time Principals’ Programme included mentoring a number of First-time Principals, reporting the programme outcomes to the Ministry of Education, participating in the FTP regional seminar programme and being co-Lead Mentor for the central south region. Within the Centre for Education Leadership Colin has responsibility for overseeing marketing activities and takes a lead role in promoting the Centre’s programmes to clients in the Middle East, Australia, Pacific Islands and Asia. Colin’s time in the First-time Principals’ Programme includes mentoring a number of First-time Principals, reporting the programme outcomes to the Ministry of Education, participating in the FTP regional seminar programme and being co-Lead Mentor for the central south region. Within the Centre for Education Leadership Colin has responsibility for overseeing marketing activities and takes a lead role in promoting the Centre’s programmes to clients in the Middle East and Asia.
MEET YOUR CHAIR - WELLINGTON

Kaylene Macnee

Tumuaki | Principal

Discovery School

Kaylene Macnee is principal of Discovery School, a full primary school with a roll of 500 students. Having never really left school, Kaylene moved straight to teaching from secondary school and has enjoyed a teaching career of 28 years that spans across all levels of the primary and intermediate sectors, both in New Zealand and London. 11 years of this has been in principalship. Kaylene has served as president of the Wellington Primary Principals' Association and has also worked in the curriculum team at the Ministry of Education. These roles have enabled her to be involved in networks beyond her local school and area. Kaylene has mentored other beginning principals and is keenly interested in networking with colleagues, learning from others as we face the challenges provided in the ever changing and increasingly complex role of principal. She is keen to continue to learn alongside others throughout this two-day event in her role as chair.
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