Jane Walker-Arnott bequeathed the school to the Church of Scotland on her death in 1911. Today the school comes under the oversight of the Church of Scotland and its Faith Impact Forum.
Since 2010, Tabeetha School has been run as an ‘Amuta’ (Non-Profit Organisation) based in Israel. The Amuta’s decisions have to be in line with the Aims of the School as set by the Church of Scotland.
School Board of Governors
The Board of Governors is made up of education and other professionals from Scotland, all of whom are members of the Church in Scotland. The School Board meets regularly and its role is:
- to support the Executive Director in her work
- to develop the overall strategy for the School by setting goals and policy frameworks, and to ensure compliance
- to oversee all aspects of the School including its control and accountability systems and approve the expenditure and capital budgets
- to adapt to the distinctive characteristics of an academic environment and act in a way that exemplifies and reinforces the academic and Christian core values and ethos