63 Effect of school charter

A school charter has effect as an undertaking by the board to the Minister to take all reasonable steps (not inconsistent with any enactment, or the general law of New Zealand) to ensure that—

(a)

the school is managed, organised, conducted, and administered for the purposes set out in the school charter; and

(b)

the school, and its students and community, achieve the aims and objectives set out in the school charter.

Section 63: replaced, on 25 October 2001, by section 14 of the Education Standards Act 2001 (2001 No 88).

Section 63(a): amended, on 17 May 2006, by section 6 of the Education Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 19).