PFA

Welcome to the PFA page

2017 Office Bearers

President                  Kasslea Shaw

Vice President          Kel Tucker

Treasurer                  Oriane Landry

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The PFA provides a pathway for parents and families to become involved in the school, develop new friendships and support the school community that supports your child.

Some of the activities that PFA supports or coordinates:-

  • ‘Tea & Tissues’ on the first day
  • Welcome Back Picnic
  • Mother’s & Father’s Day stalls for the students
  • Easter Raffle
  • Bi Annual Fair
  • Grandparents Day
  • Bi Annual Trivia Night
  • World Teachers Day Afternoon tea
  • School Disco

Quarry Hill Primary School prides itself on having a strong involvement within the community through the Parents & Friends Association. The PFA’s main objective is to include and encourage participation of parents, friends, guardians and the wider community in the life of the school and the education of the children within the school community.

QHPS PFA aims to…

  •  Contribute to the wellbeing of the school community.
  •  Encourage the participation of all parents in the life of the school and the  education of their children.
  •  Provide a welcoming environment to new families to our school.
  •  Contribute to the school development through representation on School  Council.
  •  Provide opportunities for parents to get to know each other and to be informed  about their child's school.
  •  Work in cooperation with the school council and the principal to raise funds for  the benefit of the school.


PFA Membership
Membership of the PFA is open to all families, friends and guardians. Formal membership involves a nominal annual fee of 50c which entitles members to voting rights at the AGM and regular meetings. Membership gives you access to the PFA Facebook page.

How to be involved
Your level of commitment is entirely up to you. Involvement can range from being a committee member sharing your ideas at meetings through to helping out when you can such as setting up for events, baking or preparing food.

When does PFA meet?
Meetings are held monthly with the dates and times published in the school newsletter. These meetings are conducted in a relaxed and informal basis and we actively encourage your input and suggestions.