It is with sadness and gratitude that we pay tribute to Graeme Evans – Council Life Member, long-term P&C volunteer and champion of public education – who passed away in February.
Online meetings have become essential and, writes Council’s Marina Spurgin, there are some simple ways to make them more effective.
Cultural protocols are the customs or codes of behaviour of a cultural group and typically guide behaviour in different situations.
Professionally designed graphics to easily call for volunteers, say thanks and celebrate your achievements in a fun, eye-catching, way!
The sweep of shut downs and restrictions imposed by COVID-19 have created a whole new range of challenges for P&Cs. We caught up with a few to see how they were adapting.
Information and advice for Parent Associations
Instead of a full-scale fete, some P&Cs are leveraging smaller, more focused events to create many of the same benefits.
National Reconciliation Week in May is a great time for families – and school communities – to explore and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and achievements. There are many ways to be involved.
An innovative project is bringing entrepreneurial thinking to help school canteens create a café feel.
Long-time Council volunteer, Sharon Ding, was recognised with an Excellence in Making Inclusion Happen award at the ACT Chief Minister's Inclusion Awards at the end of last year.