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P&C

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About the Parents and Citizens' Association

The Parents and Citizens’ association (P&C) works closely with the school administration to benefit the students at our school.

At Earnshaw, the P&C is involved in:
  • Consulting with financial planning, budgeting and school policies
  • Managing the Tuckshop and Bookshop
  • Assisting with school functions
  • Planning events and fundraising activities
  • Applying for grants

Being a member of the P&C is a great way to learn what’s happening at your school.  Parents and carers and other family or community members are welcome to take part in the P&C and to volunteer at Earnshaw State College. The tuck shop is always in high need of volunteers throughout each week. Organising events and helping in classrooms, and donating pantry staples are other ways you can contribute. We appreciate all offers of help, your ideas and raising issues you may come across at Earnshaw. We have an inviting and friendly school community here for you to be a part of.

Meetings

The Parents and Citizens (P&C) Association meet at 6.30 pm on the third Tuesday of each month during school terms. Meetings are held in the McKitrick Centre (entry via senior carpark on cnr Earnshaw and Tufnell Roads). The AGM is always held in March. This meeting is for the election of the P&C executive positions as well as yearly reports/budgets and sub-committee confirmations.

Visit the calendar page for dates.

Activities

The P&C operates the following activities within the college:

Executive

  • President: Kaylene Donaldson

  • Vice-president: Jenny Enkera and Evan Trendall

  • Secretary: Mairi Thomson

  • Treasurer: Sharyn Roddick

Important documents for P&C members and interested parties

Further information

Further details about the P&C's activities can be found in the 2021-ESC-pandc-welcome-letter-to-parents.pdf (PDF 532KB). Please contact us with any enquiries.

P&Cs Qld proudly supports more than 1200 P&C Associations and School Councils. You can check out their latest edition of 'Parent Talk' here


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Last reviewed 21 January 2021
Last updated 21 January 2021