What the P&C Do

Working together to support the work of the staff and students at Maylands Peninsula Primary School.

The P&C (Parents & Citizens Association) is responsible for some crucial tasks of our school including running the canteen, uniform shop, school banking and fundraising activities.  The P&C organise events for the school community that our kids love and also provide invaluable additional funds for the school.

In recent years, the P&C have donated funds to cover the cost of Mathletics for all students, purchased iPads, laptops and robots for classrooms, organised the recycling program, and most recently put in two wonderful additions to the school playground, including a custom made nature playground.

Read the P&C FAQ's for more information about the P&C, what it does and how you can get involved.

P&C FAQ's

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Volunteer

The P&C relies on volunteers and are always happy to welcome more. Below is a list of some of the ways you can help the P&C and our students by volunteering.

  • Canteen
  • Uniform Shop
  • Fundraising events and committee
  • Recycling program
  • School Banking
  • Scholastic Book Club
  • Attend meetings
  • Donations – goods, service, cash or time

P&C Membership

Membership of the Maylands Peninsula Primary School Parents & Citizens Association is open to parents, caregivers and community members (over 18 years of age). To become a member come along to one of our monthly P&C meetings and pay the membership fee of $1.00 or drop your membership form in to the school office.
MPPS P&C Membership Form

For Maylands Peninsula Primary School to continue to run a P&C Association we need to have a minimum of 10 financial members at each meeting. Parents and citizens may attend up to 3 meetings as a non-financial member. You do not need to be a financial member to help out at events or volunteer at the school.

2020 P&C Office Bearers

President:  Kaylie Morphew
Vice President:  Cat Hart
Treasurer:  Melinda Thomas
Secretary:   Sinead Kelly
Executive Members:  Brendan Abrams, Jess de Beaux, Karen Hayward, Virginia Ting

Appointed Roles

Communications Coordinator: Marina Males
Sustainability Projects Coordinator:  Karen Hayward
Uniform Shop Coordinator: Cat Hart

P&C Contacts

Fundraising:
Anne Fisher
fundraising@mpps.wa.edu.au

Uniform Shop:
Amber Applebee and Sophie Bolton
uniforms@mpps.wa.edu.au

Canteen:
Pia Cullen, Helen Tennant and Charlotte Fardoe
canteen@mpps.wa.edu.au

P&C Email- pac@mpps.wa.edu.au

WACSSO

The Maylands P&C Association is a member of The Western Australian Council of State School Organisations Inc. (WACSSO). WACSSO is the peak body representing parents of public school children in Western Australia. To see what resources are available or to subscribe to receive WACSSO news updates visit http://www.wacsso.wa.edu.au