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SGB By-election and Budget presentation 11th October, 2011


Programme for the evening •SGB Vote •Brief welcome and intro (CdeV) •Development Plan presentation (DN and MS) •Budget presentation (KvA) •Resolutions (CdeV)


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRESENTATION: 11 OCTOBER 2011 INTEGRATED CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN PHASE 1 WORKS


INTEGRATED CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN: AERIAL VIEW

RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


BRIEF • Draw up an integrated Campus Development Plan to guide development (short term, medium term and long term) for RGHS. • Provide sufficient classrooms for quality education and future growth • Provide for a new water polo pool and an astro turf hockey field • Provide for integrated administrative facilities • Rationalize circulation and vehicular access • Make use of existing buildings and spaces • Enhance the environment for learners

RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


PROCESS April 2011 Onwards:

Historic research: plans, maps, archives etc Deeds office research Detailed measured survey of entire school Regular reporting to Task Team

June 2011:

Stage 1 work completed, including basic heritage assessment, site development plan, precedent studies, classroom plans.

Aug 2011:

Stage 2 work completed: sketch plan of Maths and Science Block and Leadership Centre

Sep 2011:

Preliminary submission to IACom at Heritage Western Cape (Provincial Authority) for feedback and comment on process.

Oct 2011:

Presentation to parents for concept approval

RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN: Design indicators & Precedent Studies - October 2011


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Historic Development


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Historic Development


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Historic Development


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Historic Development


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011:Phase 1 Development


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Future Development


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Phase 1


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Future Phases


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Future Phases & long term planning


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Aquatic Centre


OVERALL LANDSCAPING PLAN AND IMAGERY

RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


KEY CONCEPTS FOR LANDSCAPED COURTYARDS THOMPSON HALL

MATHS AND SCIENCE BLOCK

MAIN ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE SPINE FORMALIZED WITH THE INTORDUCTION OF PALMS FOCUSING ON THE FACADE

RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Landscaped Courtyards


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Phase 1


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Phase 1 First Floor


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Elevations


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Elevations


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011: Elevations


RUSTENBURG HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS - CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT PLAN - October 2011


Positioning RGHS for the future October 2012


Preconditions for future plans • Maintain the open curriculum • Maintain class sizes • A management structure that facilitates efficiency and effectiveness • Build new classrooms for Maths and Science • Develop new sports facilities • Move from small costly projects to large projects • Build the reserves up to 25% of annual expenditure


How to fund new building projects • WCED grants and bursaries • Donations from Corporates, Foundations and Trusts • Donations from Old Girls • Fundraising initiatives • Loan finance • Increased Fee income through increased enrolment


WCED grants and bursaries • Discussions already held with Superintendent General and Deputy Directors General • Very positive response – increased enrolment and Maths and Science emphasis is in line with their strategic direction • Possible R2,5million capital contribution and bursaries offered – Contingent on increased enrolment – Details to be negotiated


Donations from Corporates, Foundations and Trusts • Funding proposal has been developed • Multi pronged approach – Donors interested in funding development of Maths and Science – Increasing the number of bursaries • 8 in 2009 • 18 in 2010 • 25 in 2011

– This reduces the amount in bad debts and fee assistance each year and frees up resources


Donations from Old Girls • We have sent out an initial mailing to between 3,000 and 4,000 old girls and will continue to grow this list • We have budgeted for a staff position (ROGU secretary) from 2013 • We will allow old girls to choose their projects and offer “naming rights” on classrooms, facilities, etc


Fundraising initiatives • All fundraising income (except dedicated sport fundraising)goes into the ICDP – My School card etc – Recycling – Events

• All voluntary contributions go into the ICDP • All profits from “business initiatives” go into ICDP – Tuck Shop – Bugs Boutique – Nursery (watch this space)


Loan Finance • Small capital projects approach is costly and demoralising • Aim to raise a loan of R10million – Bank loan – Debentures – Old Girls, parents, WCED standing surety if needed

• Repayments over 10 years is approximately R1,6million per year (at prime plus 1,5%) – Provision in budget for repayments – Sufficient reserves to absorb interest rate hikes


Increased fee income through increased enrolment • Aim to increase enrolment by 30 per year from 2013 until enrolment reaches 900 • No change to class sizes • Ongoing commitment to improving quality • Enables us to keep fee increases to acceptable levels (+- 7%) • Makes significant capital projects possible • Enables adequate reserves to be built up • Extends quality education to many more girls and increases our competitiveness


Fee comparisons Fee comparison with trend projection to 2026 90 000 80 000 70 000

Fees

60 000 50 000 40 000 30 000 20 000 10 000 0

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

900 enrolment 27 000 29 400 31 500 33 700 36 000 38 500 41 200 44 000 750 enrolment 27 000 30 000 33 300 36 000 40 000 44 400 49 300 54 700

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026


Budget 2012


RGHS Budget 2012 Number of learners School fees

2010

2011

2011

2012

2011

Actual

Budget

Projected

Budget

2012

764

764

748

760

Variance

16 175 523

18 240 000

17 981 581

20 520 000

14

38 094

75 000

75 000

75 000

0

Interest received

200 237

180 000

180 000

190 000

6

Music fees

176 398

160 000

160 000

170 000

6

WCED norms & standards

113 925

115 000

115 000

121 818

6

16 704 176

18 770 000

18 511 581

21 076 818

14

154 398

163 000

163 000

198 224

22

99 914

105 000

116 000

254 790

120

ICT (includes AVT)

481 586

425 125

425 125

556 828

31

Electricity,water & sewerage

454 223

516 233

516 233

676 430

31

Insurance

79 482

90 000

86 383

95 500

11

Motor vehicle

21 450

18 000

18 000

19 000

6

702 408

722 560

700 000

756 500

8

19 599

16 960

25 000

27 000

8

787 869

976 875

1 200 910

1 450 000

21

9 294 317

10 286 820

10 286 820

11 465 411

11

Bad debts recovered

Total revenue Administration costs Catering

Printing & Stationery Prizegiving Repairs & Maintenance Salaries Salaries - SGB Educators

7 503 661

Salaries - SGB Non Educators

3 377 686

Section 38A

584 064


Security Staff & Curriculum Dev Sundry expenses Telephone & Postage Contributions to ROGU Learner Leadership Dev Marketing (incl magazine) Subjects Sports RGHS Scholarships Provision for bad debts Fee exemption Discounts allowed Total expenses Surplus / deficit before capex Prior year surplus / deficit Capital - non ICT Capital - building projects Capital - ICT (includes AVT) Trust PTA Fundraising Business Development F/raising Capital development reserves utilised Surplus / loss

2010 Actual 192654.85 141646.29 48828 142910.38 32200 207070.5 150450.56 624406 200576.83 354900 309500.42 832473.5 163157.21

2011 Budget 200000 350000 53500 155000 31400 255000 171500 820970 318050 480000 300000 874000 170000

2011 Projected 222000 250000 60348 130000 31400 255000 171500 705512 318050 456000 500000 750000 185501

2012 Budget 268298 294900 40000 155000 27800 339000 199500 893970 326250 533250 400000 850000 180000

2011 2012 Variance 21 18 -34 19 -11 33 16 27 3 17 -20 13 -3

15496019.56

17499993

17572782

20007651

14

1208156.82 630584.79 41118 1951452 250948.52 95000

1270007 258155 80772 961000 505661 0 180000

349576.6

162000

938799 39608 17694 961000 505661 38000 261093 166808 122690

1069167 82643 145390 1200000 340550 0 113600 89400 433367

39608.34

322729

82643

102237

722 25 -33


Erinville Budget 2012 Boarding fees Interest received Fundraising Total income Administration costs Training & Development - Staff - Girls Catering and housekeeping Entertainment Maintenance Salaries Security Total expenses Surplus (deficit) Contingency 1% Capital development fund Accum. surplus as at 31 Dec 2009 Surplus (deficit) as at 31 Dec 2010 Surplus (deficit) as at 31 Dec 2011 Surplus (deficit) as at 31 Dec 2012

Actual 2010 75 2201470 6815

Projected 2011 74 2441575 10500 80962 2533037

Budget 2012 76 2626000 5000

2208285

Budget 2011 76 2450350 5000 60000 2515350

2631000

4%

144482

140720

156178.24

-4%

749903 27625 369175 917177 120566

887439 33000 250000 953538 148000

887487.82 33000 250000 953538 160810.46

150628.93 20000 6000 14000 956820.0892 54980 321048 999846 211350

2328928 -120643

2412697 102653

2441014.52 92022.48

13000 139331 31688

20000

20000

-68359 54294

31688 143710.48

2714673.02 -83673.02 27146.73 12000

143710.48 44890.73

Variance P10 / B11 8% -52%

8% 67% 28% 5% 31% 11% -191% -40%


Resolutions for approval 1.

RGHS remains a fee paying school in terms of the SA Schools Act.

2.

The school fees for 2012 to be set at R27 000 per annum.

3.

That the hostel fees for 2012 be set as follows : a. b.

Local boarders : R34 000 per annum Out of province boarders : R40 000 per annum

4.

That the equitable criteria for the total, partial and conditional exemption of parents who are unable to pay the full fees, as set out in the SA Schools Act, be adopted.

5.

That a voluntary contribution of R1000 or any other amount per annum per family be adopted.

6.

That school fees paid in full by 31 December 2011 will attract a discount of R1500

7.

That school fees paid in full by 31 January 2012 will attract a discount of R1000.


Proposals before parents • Approve or amend preconditions for future plans • Choose between – increasing enrolment by approximately 30 per year from 2013 to reach 900 by 2017 to keep fees closer to inflation levels or – retain present enrolment with fee increases in excess of 11% per year

• Approve proposed Integrated Campus Development Plan as the medium to long term plan for the campus • Approve phase 1 of the ICDP for implementation as soon as funds are available

SGB Budget & Development Presentation  

October 2011

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