What is P&C?
Established under the Education Act of 1999, P&C Associations are the forum for parents and guardians of children to get involved in their local school.
Our P&C exists to:
- foster parent participation and involvement in the school
- fundraise to support upgrading amenities and offer opportunities and resources which benefit all students
- promote and support communication and cooperation within the school community
North Cottesloe P&C works in direct response to the needs of our school community, in accordance with guidelines established by the West Australian Council of State School Organisations (WACCSO).
An Annual General Meeting is convened early in the school year to elect the office bearers.
P&C Class Representatives
A wonderful initiative to help families stay connected and to welcome new families is via our class reps. Please contact the P&C to find out who the class rep is for your class or year level.
CLICK HERE to visit the Terms of Reference for Class Reps [V1 - effective 24 Feb 2023]
CLICK HERE to view the WhatsApp use Terms of Reference [V1 - effective 27 Feb 2023]
2023 Parent Reps
Kindy - Prudence Sanders, Sharni Murray, Alex Johnson
PP - Sarah Scanlon, Sophie Fuhrmann + 1
Year 1 - Mel Kershaw, Philly Sheldrick, Katharine Wright
Year 2 - Kara Jecks, Emma Judges & Nat Tay
Year 3 - Lauren Kelly and Vicky Hughes
Year 4 - Emma Ohana & Kate Wood
Year 5 - Amanda Renouf and Jenn Ledger
Year 6 - Louise Cramer & Talia Teoh
All funds raised benefit students and are raised in 3 main ways;
- voluntary annual contribution from parents. At North Cottesloe Primary we are fortunate that almost all parents are able to make this contribution;
- major fundraising events during the year. Past events have included quiz nights, bingo nights and our annual ‘Splash N Dash’ and;
- small scale events throughout the school year.
Specific projects that have been funded by past P&Cs include:
- the installation of solar panels
- the installation of air-conditioning into all classrooms
- the implementation of a whole-school approach to sustainability
- the financial support for non-teaching staff, classroom and library resources
- the management of the Canteen and
- Nature Play Project 2020-2021
The P&C Association meet twice per school term in the school library. Meeting dates are advertised in the term planner and school newsletter. Our P&C Committee encourages all parents to take an active involvement in the association. As outlined in our Constitution, membership is open to parents and guardians of children attending the school and to citizens being over the age of eighteen years who are interested in the work of the Association. A person desiring to become a member may do so at any General Meeting by completing the Membership Form and payment of the membership subscription fee of $1.00 per member. Bring the form, along with the subscription fee, to the next P&C Meeting if you are interested in joining.
Sporting Sub Committee
Requests for teams to use the facilities at NCPS will be considered, based on the information in this attachment - CLICK HERE. All requests are subject to approval by the Principal.