Garden Suburb Public School


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Parents and citizens' association

What is a parents and citizens' association?

Parents and citizens' associations (P&C) are established under the School Education Act (1999) for the purpose of supporting a strong government school system for the benefit of all students. A P&C association comprises parents and guardians of children attending a school, and other interested persons over the age of 18 years who have paid a nominal fee. The Principal of the school is also an ex-officio member. The P&C Federation is the state body of the P&C movement in NSW. Click here to see the P&C Federations website.

The Garden Suburb Primary School P&C Association

The Garden Suburb Primary School P&C is involved in all aspects of the school, and is keen to ensure that the best possible environment for our children is provided. Over recent years, the P&C has paid for the installation of air-conditioning, new playgrounds, learning equipment such as Smartboards, Ipads, and Robotic equipment and has made significant cash contributions to the school to supplement learning areas. The P&C also operates a canteen and a uniform shop.

The Garden Suburb P&C is for the benefit of all the children at the school, and is eager to help as much as possible. Involvement in the P&C is both interesting and rewarding, and requires a minimum of effort. The P&C aims to meet twice a term. Members of the P&C have the opportunity to drive the future direction of the P&C, and are also able to influence the projects undertaken by the P&C. Membership is a nominal fee of two dollars ($2) per person and entitles a member to have their say in all affairs of the P&C.

The P&C consists of:

We follow a Constitution and By-laws that we update annually. We also have the following Policies and Procedures:

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