P & C Meetings 2017
FEB 22 AGM | MAR 22 | MAY 31 | AUG 02 | NOV 1 |
The P & C is currently fundraising to support the new covered courts project. The project should be completed in time for the start of 2018. This new sporting facility will be a fabulous addition to the school, allowing students to access it during inclement weather and providing a place to conduct whole school assemblies such as our Honours Assembly and Awards Assemblies. Students will also have access to this facility during recess and lunch.
Our biggest fundraiser is the school canteen. All profits from the canteen go directly to our students. Please see our 80% green menu and how to use the online ordering system here
The object of the Parent & Citizens (P&C) Association is to promote the interests of the school through co-operation with parents, teachers and members of the general community. The P & C Meetings give parents an opportunity to learn about the school’s policies and programs, bring parents together to share information and views, to assist the school in building positive attitudes to students and their families and to help raise funds to provide extra resources.
Office Bearers are:
President: Susan Harbers
Vice – President: Rob Fairholme
Secretary: Sally Clements
Treasurer: Diane Hawkins
Executive member: Neil Riches
Executive member: John Millen
Executive member: Boris Poznovia
Executive member: Vilko Poznovia
P & C News
The P & C email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Our WACSSO Representative is Rob Fairholme.
Tour of school and end of year drinks: Wednesday 6 December 5.30pm start
P & C supports the 'Fathering Project'
The Fathering Project (details here) is a national organisation that focuses on building on and enriching the relationship between fathers, guardians, care-fivers and children. They assist and give advice to dads wishing to run a fathers group at the school. The aim of the group is to plan events for dads and kids to enjoy together both in and out of school. After the first meeting, 'Dad Jokes and Pizza Night' the name of the group was chosen - 'The DUDS' (Duncraig Union of Dads). A bowling night with Dads and children has since been organised. Keep a look out on SEQTA, the School website and emails for upcoming events.