Parents & Citizens Association

PresidentBrooke Pearson shared with Janelle Kennard
Vice-presidentKumalie Walker
TreasurerSean Macintyre
SecretaryRyan Wilson
Canteen Business ManagerCarly Fiumara and Cat Williams
Canteen treasurerBrydie Lang
Council DelegateKumalie Walker
Disco co-ordinatorsAlica Tschierschke and Jennifer Sexton
Uniform Shop ManagerLaura Anderson and Shirley Kardum
Breakfast Club CoordinatorCarly Fiumara
Book Club co-ordinatorSarah Leitch and Shirley Kardum
Second Hand Uniform ShopNikki Keane
School BankingMelissa Chapelli and Nicole Ghazag
Lost property coordinatorGiselle Cruzado

The P&C Association offers a great opportunity for all parents and carers to be involved in the school. Our P&C raises a significant amount of funds to support learning at the school and the school's facilities, including canteen, playgrounds, uniform shop, after school care, year 6 graduation, and the teaching kitchen.

Our P&C is an active and dynamic group that welcomes new members and involvement. We want to have input into our children's education, and volunteering with the P&C is the best way to do that.

What we do

Do I need to join the P&C?

No.  All members of the school community are welcome at meetings and events.

Being a member of the P&C does not mean that you need to attend meetings or help in all fundraising activities.  What it can do is offer you the chance to gain some insight into how the school works, understand the school's needs and priorities and also to have an influence on what happens at your school.

How can I become involved with the P&C?

The great thing about the P&C is that you can put in as much time and effort as you choose.  This may vary over the year or from year to year as your personal circumstances change.  If you would like to be more involved with the P&C you could consider:

When does the P&C meet?

The P&C meets at 7pm on a Wednesday, 1-2 times per term to discuss a range of issues concerning the school, parents and the community.  Our meetings are relaxed and casual; however we do follow an agenda and have a hearty discussion on most issues.  During the meetings various reports are tabled, topics are discussed and plans made for the following months, and our Principal comes along and keeps us informed of what is happening in the school.  Despite its structure and effectiveness, the P&C is not a formal rigid body; we are a friendly collection of people who have the best interests of our children at heart!

If you have something you'd like the P&C to consider and you can't make it in person, you can email it with the subject header "P&C Agenda" and a brief explanation of the issue.

Contact Us

You can email us at, or you can contact the school for any information regarding the P&C. We would love to hear from you!

We hope that you will join us in making Giralang Primary School a great school for our children.