St Peters Public School P&C Association is an active group of parents, carers and community participants who support St Peters Public School in St Peters, Sydney.
What does the St Peters Public School P&C do?
Our P&C Association is a not-for-profit organisation, established to promote the interests of the school by bringing parents, citizens, students and teaching staff into close co-operation. We facilitate change, progress and community engagement where we see the need. We help to shape the school to cater to the needs of its community, and to make a real difference for students and their future.
The P&C has in the past few years:
Provided the school with resources such as computer tablets, interactive smartboards, printers and much more
Raised funds for a variety of needs in the school
Won grants to fund infrastructure such as the kitchen garden, playground upgrades, water bubblers, shade structure, classroom refurbishment, and much more.
Facilitated programmes such as ethics classes, band, and more
Advocated on health, amenity and road safety issues for the school community
– please see our annual activity reports for more information
The main objectives of the P&C are:
To give parents a voice and effectively represent the needs of parents and children of the school
To fundraise for facilities and equipment to enhance the educational experience of our school
To provide a networking forum for parents
To engender an overall sense of community in the school
Your P&C team for 2021:
Kate Hafey (President), Julie Thomas (Vice President),
Belinda Doley and Deena Ramadan, (shared Secretary role), Emily Davis (Treasurer).
Additional executive members:
Alli Crawford, Alana Freeburn, Vanessa Freiinger,
Nathalie Garcia, Kelly Howson.