Phoenix International Primary School is a non-profit organisation
The Phoenix School Association is registered under the Trustees Incorporation Act of Malawi and is run as a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Trustees.
The Board of Trustees fulfils its functions by meeting at least once per term to discuss strategic and financial issues. In addition, each board member serves on one of three committees. The Policies and Governance Committee addresses issues relating to personnel, administration and school policies. The Finance Committee is involved with all matters relating to the school’s budgetary and financial position, whilst the Building and Maintenance Committee is responsible for assisting management in evaluating planned infrastructure and maintenance projects. These committees also meet at least once per term.
Trustees serve a three-year term and are elected by the by the members of the Phoenix School Association. The Head Teacher, the Deputy Head Teacher and an elected teacher representative are ex-officio members. The Trustees may also appoint ex-officio members with particular skills in order to fulfil its obligation to facilitate the smooth running of the school.
An AGM of the Association is held in June of each year where audited accounts of the previous financial year and the provisional budget for the forthcoming financial year are presented. At the AGM any vacancies that are open are filled through an election of the members present. Candidates’ profiles are circulated two weeks prior to the AGM. All parents, in good financial standing, are members of the association and eligible to vote.
THE TRUSTEES FOR 2018/19 ARE:
Mr Chikhu Ghent
Policies and Governance Committee
Dr Lucinda Manda-Taylor
Mr Dimitri Kalaitsis
Mrs Daisy Kalima
Mr Trevor Otto
The Board of Trustees can be contacted via:
The Board Chairperson,
c/o The Board Secretary
PO Box 30376
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