CGHS

Parents & Citizens Association (P&C)

A warm welcome is extended to all parents, caregivers and other members of our school community. The P&C helps the school to further enhance the learning, physical and social environment of the school, and to raise its profile in the local area. The P& C holds regular fundraising events to support the school.

The P & C aims to:

  • promote cooperation between families, students and the school
  • assist in informing families about educational matters
  • assist in providing facilities for students.

2021 P & C Executive

Canterbury Girls High School encourages parental involvement and values a strong partnership with its local community.

Why get involved with the P&C?

  • Hear up-to-date information about what’s happening and what’s proposed from the principal, Belinda Conway, who attends each meeting. 
  • Have a say, ask questions and gain a better understanding about curriculum, school policies and activities.
  • Meet some great parents and develop strong friendships within the school and parent community.
  • International research shows that young people’s learning and development are greatly enhanced when families and schools work together.
  • Be in a better position to support your daughter’s learning, both at school and at home, and you send a clear message that her education is important to you.
  • NSW P & C website

Watch this space for fundraising events and activities in 2021

If you would like to give now, we have a "GiveNow" account as a tax deductible fundraiser. Those who wish to can click on the donation button below which will take you to our donation page.  Receipts will be issued via email and all donations over $2 are tax deductible.

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2021 Parents and Citizens Meeting Dates

  • 17th February Minutes
  • 17th March
  • 21st April
  • 19th May
  • 16th June
  • 18th August
  • 15th September
  • 20th October
  • 17th November

The P & C monthly meetings commence at 7:00 pm and are held in the Cantabrian Hall; entry is via the Church Street gates.

 

Last updated February 2021