Parental Involvement

​​​​Sts Peter and Paul's School is a collaboration between teaching staff and parents with our core focus being on the interests of our students. The success of this partnership depends on its strength and for this reason parental involvement is actively encouraged. The presence of mum, dad or a caregiver reinforces a love of learning and shows children that you value their efforts. Sts Peter and Paul's welcomes and encourages parents to be involved and to stay informed.

The ​​​Sts Peter and Paul's parent community play an integral pa​​rt in determining and achieving the school's learning objectives. Some ways in which you can help are:

  • Become actively involved in the P & F;​
  • Volunteering in the tuckshop;
  • Becoming a Class Coordinator;
  • Offer your assistance by helping in the library;​
  • Offer your assistance by helping in classrooms;
  • Volunteer to become a Support-A-Reader tutor;
  • Always reading the Newsletter;
  • Attend education/parent nights;
  • Participate in Year/School masses and liturgies;
  • Listen to your child read EVERY night; and
  • Listen to your child's stories of each day in a positive way.

Class Coordinators​

At Sts Peter and Paul's School parents are a valued participant in the education of our children. Each class has a co-ordinator or small group of volunteers who help the class teacher whenever needed and they help coordinate a parent network for that class. As well as classroom events, the class coordinator organises social events to help build an inclusive supportive community. Traditionally some classes have had special tasks e.g. Year 5 to provide and serve the supper for the Year 6 graduation evening.​​​

Parents and Friends

​Participation in the P&F is strongly encouraged. P&F meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month in the Good Samaritan Hall at 7.30pm. All parents are welcome to attend. The P&F is a wonderful support body to the staff and children. There are many ways for you to become involved; volunteering for an executive position or one of the many sub groups. For more information click here