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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.

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