Camps Bay High School is governed by the
School Governing Body (SGB). This is an elected group of parents,
senior pupils, academic staff, support staff and the principal.
The parents are at all times in the majority on the SGB. This
body deals with strategic planning for the School, infrastructure
development and financial management. Some of their specific functions
include, determining the annual school Fees, the school
Code of Conduct and the school uniform and general dress code.
The composition of the elected members
x Parents of learners who attend our school;
x Teaching Staff representatives;
x Pupil representatives from the RCL (Representative
Council of Learners);
x Support Staff representative;
interested parties who hold the best interests of the school
at heart can be co-opted onto the SGB as and when needed;
School Principal is automatically a member of the SGB.
Camps Bay High the SGB has a long and proud tradition of attracting
parents who are highly skilled and able to offer their time and
expertise to the school. From this very active and involved group
of governors the school has been able to achieve a number of ambitious
projects over the last few years. These include infrastructure
projects like building a brand new swimming pool, building new
classrooms and a cultural centre. Other special projects that
the governors have co-ordinated include re-writing the school
Code of Conduct and collecting thousands of books for our school
library as well as the libraries of other schools in our area.
For SGB news events on the Camps Bay High
School Blogspot, click here.