ACT public schools provide support for students in many ways, to help them engage with their studies and school life. One important component are the professionals who are part of the Allied Health Services. The Education Directorate explain about this important team.
After more than two years with few opportunities for fundraising or community events, it was a delight to see the success of P&C-run election day stalls across Canberra in May.
How do you host a great night for the school community and raise funds at the same time? Put together a great P&C team, add support from the school, some personality and hijinks, plates of tasty food and – Bingo! – job done!
Kirsty McGovern-Hooley has long been a passionate friend of public education. That has now been formally recognised in a Public Education Week Award from the ACT Education Union.
The ACT Container Deposit Scheme is a great way to teach students about sustainability while raising funds. Here’s how two Canberra schools achieved some amazing results.
How do you renew, nurture, and grow your P&C in today’s difficult environment? Maree Wright, past President at North Ainslie Primary P&C, shares their journey from struggling committee to thriving association.
With help from an ACT Government grant, Turner school parents, staff and students have created a wonderful garden space to learn, yarn and connect – to both Country and community.
Gordon Primary School P&C President & Council Executive Member