P&C Trivia Gala Night (click on image for Thank You comms)
Balmain Public School - Parents and Citizens Association (P&C)
The Balmain Public School Parents and Citizens association (P&C) is a volunteer organisation working together to support and promote the interests of the school, and raise funds to assist in providing resources that enhance the wellbeing of students.
Activities including Parent Welcome Drinks, Art Show, Balmain Fun Run, student discos, family breakfasts, cake stalls have been able to fund important resources such as new library books, readers, musical instruments and playground upgrades.
P&C meetings provide a forum to discuss issues related to the school, hear from the principal and get updates on P&C activities. These meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m, during school terms, in the school ConneXion Hub. All are welcome.
Note: Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, P&C meetings will be held via Zoom and off-site. SkoolBag notifications will announce venue and provide link to join the meeting via Zoom.
2022 P&C Officers
Lauren LaChapelle, President (Ava in Year 1)
Gemma Puplett, Vice President (George in Year 1 & Joshua in Year 4)
Natalia Stone, Vice President (Scarlett in Kindy)
Renate Harris, Secretary (Jack in Year 2 & Lachlan in Year 4)
Karen Reiner, Events Coordinator (Felix in Kindy)
Paul Galpin, Treasurer (Sam in Kindy & Jasper in Year 2)
Any questions or feedback, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Voluntary P&C Contributions
Voluntary P&C school contribution funds allow for the purchasing of resources and development of programs to further enhance teaching and learning within the school. They help provide additional educational resources for the benefit of students and provide parents/caregivers with the opportunity to make a difference.
- P&C Association Constitution - Constitution (pdf 503 KB)
- P&C Code of Conduct - Code of Conduct (pdf 542 KB)
- Grievance Procedures - Grievance Procedures (pdf 574 KB)
- P&C Short Guide Booklet - P&C Short Guide (pdf 445 KB)