We would like to welcome you to Greenmount Primary School and introduce you to the Greenmount Primary School Parents & Citizens Association.
Who are the P&C and what do we do?
Members of the P&C are parents, carers and family members from the school community who come together to share ideas and views on a range of topics affecting our children and their schooling journey, and to raise funds to purchase additional resources for our children, improve the school amenity, and contribute towards the cost of school activities. The P&C works alongside the school on a range of matters. Volunteers run the Uniform Shop, Scholastic Book Club, Safety House Program and Guardians of Greenmount (Fathering Project), and plan and run a variety of fundraising events throughout the year.
How do you find out what’s on?
The P&C has a noticeboard under the verandah, just outside the office. Look out for notices on the boards outside each classroom, and in the fortnightly school newsletter.
We have a Facebook page to pass along information and reminders regarding events and happenings within the school. Please search for “Greenmount Primary School P&C WA”.
How do you join in?
Meetings are held twice a term, in the 4th and 8th week. They are usually held on Tuesday evenings, at 6.30pm in the Staff Room, and occasionally on a Friday morning at 9.30am after a school Assembly. The first meeting of the year is the Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will be on Tuesday 22nd February at 6.30pm. At the AGM nominations are collected, and elections held, for office bearers, committee coordinators and committee members. You can choose to have a go at one of these (you need to join as a member to be eligible or vote) or just come along for information and to see what the P&C is all about. You are welcome to attend meetings even if you are not a member.
We welcome anyone to become a member of the P&C; membership is open to the wider school community,so grandparents or other family & community members can join. Members contribute by coming along to meetings to discuss and vote, deciding what events and activities werun, and how we’re going to use the money we’ve raised.
You do not have to attend every meeting, stand for a position or join a committee when you become a member; come to meetings when you can - we would love to hear your ideas. Membership forms are available on the school website (below) and from the school office; please fill one out and bring it to a meeting along with the $0.20 fee, if you wish to join.
Please volunteer a little of your time to help the P&C run our successful events and activities. Volunteering could include helping out at the cake stall at sports day, cooking sausages at a Bunnings Sausage Sizzle, a shift in the uniform shop, helping out with book club or wrapping prize hampers for our Christmas Raffle. Each little bit of time volunteered is hugely appreciated - and its an excellent way to get to know other members of the school community!
We would like to wish you and your family a great experience with Greenmount Primary School and look forward to seeing you at a meeting or an event, and around the school.
P&C President 2021
P&C activities & achievements 2021
Cake Stall at Sports Carnival: raised nearly $500, plus 50c per drink kindly donated by Swan Sidewalk coffee van.
Easter Raffle: donations of chocolate and crafts enabled us to create 27 raffle prizes which raised nearly $1000 in ticket sales.
Bunnings Sausage Sizzle: we held two of these - one for the P&C and one for the Guardians of Greenmount Fathering Project group, raising over $2000 in total.
Cupcake Day: parents baked up a storm and pupils and teachers alike enjoyed choosing their cupcakes for recess; we raised nearly $750.
Still to come:
Colour Fun Run: the P&C has set sponsorship targets, aiming to fund 2021 Class Parties, a 2022 School Disco, and to contribute to 2022 Swimming Lessons and Edu-Dance costs, depending on total raised.
Christmas Raffle: Drawn at Presentation Night, hampers of seasonal goodies to be won!
Social & Community Events
P&C Day WA - the school held a morning tea to thank P&C members.
The Guardians of Greenmount held a Treasure Hunt in John Forrest National Park. In October, they held a School Campout, complete with ice-cream truck, sausage sizzle, outdoor movie, and bacon & egg brekkie - a huge success.
The Safety House committee ran a sausage sizzle for the kids in Safety House week, and also branched out with a Constable Care incursion.
Swimming lessons: $3500 to reduce cost by $10 per student.
Literacy Book Sets: $2000 towards a set of books for a school literacy programme
Play Area by Rooms 6 & 7: $5000 allocated in 2020 - this work is in progress and students are keen to see and enjoy the finished product!
Edu-Dance lessons: $3420 to reduce cost by $10 per student.
The Year 6 ‘Movie & Dinner Night’ is organised and funded by the P&C. We support the cost of Presentation Night by contributing $1,500 towards the cost of the sound system.
Come and join us in 2022!
If you have any other queries please use the email addresses below to contact the relevant member of the P&C:President: email@example.com
Safety House: firstname.lastname@example.org
Uniform Shop: email@example.com
Scholastic Book Club: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guardians of Greenmount (Fathering Project): email@example.com
P&C Membership FormP&C Office Bearer and Role DescriptionsParent and Community WebsiteCommunity Engagement Committee Terms of Reference 2019Facebook and Communications Committee Terms of Reference 2019Fundraising Committee Terms of Reference 2019Guardians of Greenmount Committee Terms of Reference 2019Safety House Committee Terms of Reference 2019Uniform Shop Committee Terms of Reference 2019Scholastic Book Club Committee Terms of Reference 2019Minutes 2019Minutes 5th December 2019Minutes 31st October 2019 - Executive MeetingMinutes 10th September 2019Minutes 20th August 2019Minutes 18th June 2019Minutes 21st May 2019Minutes 26th March 2019Minutes 26th February 2019