The P&C is established under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) and is an affiliate of the WA Council of State School Organisations (WACSSO).
The P&C has an active role in developing the school community and undertakes a range of fundraising activities throughout the year to generate funds to provide resources to the school and promote the school community. Its objectives are to promote the interests of the school through:
- cooperation between the parents, teachers, students and the general community;
- assisting in the provision of resources and amenities to the school. The P&C works closely with the Principal and staff to identify areas of need; and
- fostering a community interest in educational matters.
For more information please contact the P&C Secretary or attend one of our general meetings.
P & C Executive and Committees
The P & C Executive and Committee Members are elected at the Annual General Meeting in Term 4 of the previous year.
The current committee members for 2022 are:
|Responsible for presiding over all meetings of the P&C, all communications with government authorities and to authenticate all documents for the P&C.
|Alana Fredrickson (P)
Katherine High (VP)
|Responsible for all correspondence of the P&C other than government authorities, record minutes of all meetings and circulating them in draft before the next meeting, maintain a register of the members and maintain custody of all records of the P&C (except financial records).
|Responsible for all monies received or paid by the P&C, maintaining the P&C bank account, preparing and maintaining proper accounts including the annual financial reports and attending to its audit, presenting a financial statement at each meeting and maintaining all financial records of the P&C.
|Responsible for the control and management of the P&C affairs when a general meeting is not in session.
|Michael Black (P)
If you are interested in nominating for one of these positions or for more information please contact the P&C Secretary.
Supported by the P&C, parents have the unique opportunity to provide specific expertise in an organised forum to allow the greater community to benefit from shared experience and knowledge.