A Joint School Representative Body is a body of school and community members representing two or more Government Schools.
They may be formed when schools are too small to form a School Representative Body in their own right.
A Joint School Representative Body provides shared advisory and strategic functions over the schools, although it does not have financial functions that a school council or board have. If a school forms part of a joint body, the individual school must have a School Management Council to perform the financial functions. They too have specific rules and guidelines that must be followed.
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