P&C Monthly Meetings
When are P&C Meetings held?
The P&C meets on one Wednesday each month during term from 7:15 - 8:45pm.
>> View The Schedule of Upcoming Meetings below
Where are the Meetings held?
Generally in the in the School Library unless otherwise advised. . .
Who can attend?
Any parent or citizen can attend the meeting, but only members have voting rights. >> More info on membership
Why Should I attend?
To be in the know!
You have the opportunity to hear about what is happening at the school, Caroline English (our school Principal) and one of the Assistant Principals is usually in attendance at the meetings and it's a wonderful opportunity to get insightful information about her plans and vision for the school, as well as to ask her questions.
To be engaged in the SIPPS community
Attending the meetings is a great way to engage with others and to foster a close and caring school community of parents, children and teachers. The meetings promote communication, understanding and co-operation between teachers and parents.
To advocate for your child
We are always keen to hear about any issues affecting your children as well as ideas for improving the school environment, activities for the school, and new fund-raising ideas or events that you may have in mind.
NOTE: The P&C Meetings are not a forum to discuss specific issues you may have with your child's learning. If you have concerns about this, the correct line of communication is to speak to your child's teacher first. If the issue cannot be resolved, then you should make an appointment with the Stage Supervisor / Assistant Principal. An appointment can be booked with them by contacting Rhonda Fazzolari (School Administrative Manager) on 9144 4085, or via email.
How are the meetings run?
Meetings run for approximately 90 minutes. An agenda is posted in the week beforehand. Attendees should read the agenda and reports before the meeting. The meetings are used to comment on the reports, vote on decisions and to develop strategies and a "To Do" list which will be reviewed in the next meeting. Minutes are circulated after the meeting.