Property

  • Catholic Diocese of Christchurch: Twelve-Year Property Strengthening & Development Programme(1 July 2015 - 30 June 2026) The Bishop’s 12-year property strengthening & more»
  • Financial Assistance SchemeThe Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) enables the Catholic Schools in the Catholic Diocese of Christchurch, to undertake property related projects (modernisation and major more»
  • The Proprietor does not fund new and replacement swimming pools (this includes fences, filtration plant, changing rooms and ancillary buildings & facilities). Swimming pools are not a school more»
  • Boards of Trustees receive funding directly from the Ministry of Education as part of their operations grant to carry out minor maintenance. This generally covers interior/exterior painting, and more»
  • Locally Funded Capital Works Capital works must comply with the Ministry of Education's minimum standards. The minimum standards relate to the quality of the buildings as described by the Ministry's more»
  • Police Vetting of ContractorsAlthough the Catholic Education Office undertakes the management of construction projects at Diocesan Catholic Schools, on behalf of the Proprietor, police vetting of more»
  • Health and Safety Code of PracticeThe Health and Safety Code of Practice published by the Ministry of Education (www.minedu.govt.nz) describes day to day health and safety requirements and school more»
  • The Catholic Education Office arranges and funds a contractor to visit schools to carry out Building Warrants of Fitness (BWOFs). This process is carried out to ensure schools are complying with the more»
  • The Catholic Education Office arranges and administers insurance requirements for diocesan schools' integrated buildings. The school Board of Trustees is responsible for insuring the more»
  • Here are the 2016 notional lease values for the diocesan Catholic schools, as required for each school board of trustees' 2016 financial more»