Wilston State School P&C promotes the interests of children of Wilston State School and assists with the further development and improvements at Wilston State School.


Through fundraising the P&C provides money to the school enabling the purchase of additional materials and equipment.


The P&C also works with the Principal and staff of WSS to foster parent- teacher cooperation and provide advice and assistance as required.


The Swimming Club, Bookshop/Tuckshop and Wilston Kids Care are valuable services to the Wilston State School community and operated by sub-committees of the P&C.


The Wilston SS P&C has recognised the substantial contribution that the following members have made to the P&C by awarding them Life Membership of the P&C:

Blair Rainbow
Brendan Howes
David Edgerton
Leon Matthews
Lyn Morrison
Wendy Brownscombe
Rod Andersen
Robyn Hogan



Donations of $2 or more made to Wilston State School P&C for the school building fund are tax deductible.

The Wilston State School P&C Building Fund is a deductible gift recipient (DGR 900 414 447) registered with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

What is a Wilston SS building fund?

A building fund donation can only be used for the acquisition, construction or maintenance of a building at Wilston State School. A building is a permanent structure. It has walls and a roof.

Fixtures are part of the building if they are affixed to the building and are unable to be detached without substantial damage to the fixture or the building. The donations to the building fund are kept in a separate building fund bank account.

Did you know that the "Undercover Area" at Wilston State School was completed in September 1999. It cost $350,000 and the P&C raised more than half of the cost.

Further Information

  • The P&C Treasurer issues the tax receipts.

  • Information on deductible gift recipients is available from the Australian Taxation Office website.

  • Additional information is also in the ATO Fact Sheet on school building funds and tax deductible gifts.

  • Wilston State School today is a result of our strong sense of community and the success of this fundraising depends on the participation by all parents at the school.

Your support for Wilston State School is appreciated.



Each State school is resourced by the State Government through grant funding to provide a core educational service to students.

Voluntary financial contributions are used by schools to provide an enhanced educational service and to enhance resources available for student learning, recreation and comfort.

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Importance of Sustainability


The P&C at Wilston State School places great importance on sustainabilty. We have in place the P&C's SustainabilityPolicy 2009. We also have in place the Classroom Air Conditioning Guidelines in association with the school.

The P&C supports Education Queensland's vision for sustainability in our school based on that agreed for the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development.

A world where everyone has the opportunity to benefit from a quality education and learn the values, behaviour and lifestyles required for a sustainable future and for positive societal transformation.

Heat Pumps to warm the Pool

The Swimming Club at Wilston State School has installed heat pump water heaters into the pool complex. Water is heated by travelling through pipes that pass through a space of heated air. The air is heated due to pressurisation. Funds gained from the Lord Mayor’s Sustainability Grant have allowed this project to occur. This system at Wilston State School will result in a saving of approximately 50 tonnes of carbon per year and should at least halve the heating costs each year.

Air Conditioning

With the air conditioning of L Block at Wilston State School in the September school holidays, all classrooms at the school are now air conditioned.

This was funded by parents from individual classes supported by the P&C. The instalation of air conditioning must be accompanied by the responsible and economic use of the air conditioning units. This was why the P&C negotiated with the school on the introduction and use of the Classroom Air Conditioning Guidelines.

The air conditioning of L Block followed consultation with the school community in an online survey that closed on 28 August 2009. The survey results were considered at the P&C meeting of 17 September 2009. Whilst the survey results showed very strong spport for the air conditioning of L Block of Wilston State School, the survey also found very strong support for sustainability in the Wilston State School community.


As a not-for-profit, member-driven and community-orientated association, Wilston P&C ensures that we proactively comply with relevant laws and standards, as well as strongly adhere to our community obligations, being the objects of their existence.




We are a dedicated group of parents and citizens who want to contribute to building our school community. 

Can you be a part of it?

Membership of the P&C is a great way to help support our school. By being involved in the P&C you are kept updated regularly on activities happening around the school, school policies and procedures, and P&C news – it also means you can have active input.

Being a member of the P&C also gives you voting rights at meetings and you can participate in the decision-making process.  According to the P&C rules, memberships must be received and accepted at a prior meeting before you are able to vote.

Being a member of the P&C doesn’t mean you need to come along to every meeting or volunteer for anything that you don’t want to do.  P&C membership must be renewed each year.

Why join your school P&C? 

P&C members make a difference by: 

  • consulting on school policy 

  • financial planning and budgeting 

  • managing on-site businesses (tuckshops, uniforms, after school care) 

  • assisting with school functions 

  • applying for grants 

  • building school communities 

  • making the school a happier and more connected place. 


  • Children who have actively engaged parents have better education outcomes! 

  • Working with your P&C provides you with valuable work experience and new skills. 

  • Volunteering improves your health and wellbeing. 

  • Joining your P&C creates life-long friendships. 

Membership applications are not accepted until voted on at a P&C meeting. New members must be present at the P&C meeting after submitting membership forms, with the exception of the AGM.


Terms and conditions

I agree to be bound by the constitution of the P&C and by all valid resolutions passed by the Association. I agree to work within the boundaries of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006. I agree to be bound by the Code of Conduct for P&C Associations which includes the following:

• respect confidentiality and information privacy

• act with courtesy and demonstrate respect for all persons

• act in the best interest of the total school community at all times.