Our School

P & C

Parents & Citizens Association Inc.

Promoting the interests of the school, through cooperation between parents, teachers, students and members of the community.

 

Assisting in the provision of resources, facilities and amenities for the school and fostering community interest in educational matters. Our meetings are held in the Library on Monday evenings of Weeks 4 and 8 of each term. Everyone is welcome and we encourage parents and carers to attend.

 

About P&Cs – Parent & Citizen Associations (P&Cs) are a legislated forum in government schools for parents and citizens who want to make a positive difference in public education. P&Cs were formed to be able to:

  • Participate in fundraising for school resources
  • Contribute to working partnerships in the school community
  • Discuss educational matters

 

Next meeting

 

Term 2Week 4Monday May 10
Week 9Monday June 14 (due to Public Holiday held on Monday June 7)
Term 3Week 4Monday August 9
Week 8Monday September 6
Term 4Week 4Monday November 1
Week 8Monday November 29

 

We invite you to download the WACSSO’s ‘Effective P&C Association’ booklet.

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Our school motto: Labor Omnia Vincit (“Hard work conquers all”)

Levels of legal authority

  • School Education Act 1999
  • School Regulations 2000
  • Associations Incorporation Act 1987
  • P&C Constitution September 2001
  • Any By-laws
  • Any ‘ Terms of Reference’

 

Download the current Western Australian ‘P&C Constitution

Download any of the ‘Acts’ from the State Law Publisher WA.

 

By participating and supporting your school P&C,  you can make a difference to public education. Go along and become involved  and see your school community grow. The P&C has the ability to improve the children’s learning environment at your school socially and educationally. Take the opportunity to participate and network with other parents to support the future of your kids!

 

Enquiries:

Jacquelyn Pavy (President)
Email: [email protected]

Debbie Andrews (Secretary)
Email: [email protected]