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P&C

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Welcome to the Pullenvale State School Parents & Citizens' Association.  We are proud to be Pullenvale.

President: Anthony Newell                     president@pullenvalepandc.org.au

Vice-President: Michael Creevey           vicepresident@pullenvalepandc.org.au

Treasurer: Darryl Steff                          treasurer@pullenvalepandc.org.au

Secretary: Renata Webster                    secretary@pullenvalepandc.org.au

Members: A group of wonderful volunteers who selflessly give their time and effort to further the social and educational aims of the school.

We would love you to come along and get involved!

The P&C is involved in a variety of school activities including financial planning, tuckshop, fundraising activities and school functions. The P&C plays a vital role in our school. It is an opportunity for parents and carers to become involved in their children's education at Pullenvale State School and to support our school community.  The P&C Association is the parent body of the school with various sub-committees that work for special purposes.

The P&C is a forum where the school community can discuss their values, hopes and ideals for the school. Communication between all members of the school community is essential: the P&C, the Principal, teachers, administration staff, students and interested members of the local community.

Meeting Dates

The P&C Association meets at the school on the second Monday of each month commencing at 7:00pm in the Resource Centre.   Dates are advised through the website and the school noticeboard.

Social Functions

Every year the school holds a variety of functions, which serve to build our sense of community, as well as to raise funds.  This is very much an opportunity for new families to meet other parents.  At the start of each year the P&C run a movie night to welcome new families to the school and for current school families to catch up after the Christmas break.  The P&C also has a group of dedicated parents who organise Mothers' Day and Fathers' Day stalls where children can purchase small inexpensive presents for family members.  Volunteers to assist are always welcome. 

Every two years, in collaboration with the school, the local community and our generous sponsors the P&C organises the Pullenvale Spring Fair.  Rides, live music, market stalls, food and fireworks highlight this community event, which is great fun for young and old alike.   Please contact us at the above email addresses if you would like to be involved in this fantastic event.  

Projects and donations

Past P&C projects include: bubblers on the school oval, replacement and relocation of the groundsman shed, maintenance of the classroom air conditioners, sporting facilities, such as the volleyball court on the oval, classroom projectors, readers from the scholastic reading program and a classroom bursary from which teachers across all year levels can use to purchase items to enhance the learning process.

Social Functions

Every year the school holds a variety of functions, which serve to build our sense of community, as well as to raise funds.  This is very much an opportunity for new families to meet other parents.  At the start of each year the P&C run a movie night to welcome new families to the school and for current school families to catch up after the Christmas break.  An end of year Christmas concert is widely enjoyed by the school community.  The school Sports Day is also encouraged as a social occasion with plenty of parent participation.  The P&C also has a group of dedicated parents who organise Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day stalls where children can purchase small inexpensive presents for family members.  Volunteers are always welcome to assist.

Projects funded by the P&C

Past projects include; extra shading and seating in various locations around the school, improved access and storage for Prep, sporting facilities, such as the netball courts, improvements to the ‘Middle School’ area, including landscaping and classroom refurbishments and computers in the classrooms.

Parent Class Representative

Class representatives assist in the co-ordination of class activities.  Each year a parent volunteers to act as a Class Representative.  Parents are encouraged to take an active role inwelcoming new parents to the school, assisting the teacher to organise help, monitoring class fundraising functions, being available for school excursions and emailing out information for the P&C.

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Last reviewed 23 July 2019
Last updated 23 July 2019