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Bald Hills State School Parent’s and Citizens’ Association (BHSS P&C) is aligned with P&Cs Queensland, and recognises that parents and caregivers have an important role to play
in enhancing the educational and social environment that will shape the lives
of our students.
P&C activities provide our community members with the forum to voice
our opinions and exercise our rights and responsibilities for supporting
staff, students and other parents as we work together to create a centre for
It is the aim of the P&C Association to foster communication between
school and parents, and to assist both parent and staff to better understanding
and to meet the needs of our school children. Increasingly, parents and citizens play an important role on various
committees and in the management and development of all the school’s
Some of the activities that the BHSS P&C Association oversee are:
Provide tuckshop facility
Provide uniform shop
Organise and supervise fundraising activities
Assist with uniform policy
Resource schemes, for example: Air conditioning, Electronic Whiteboards and Computers in Classrooms
P&C general meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month
in the Library meeting room, starting at 7:00pm. Parents/caregivers and other
interested community members are warmly welcomed to these meetings and/or to
become active members of the P&C association. Please find membership
application forms here or at the school office.
The P&C can be contacted through
the school office or by email at email@example.com. Any feedback on events, past or coming, or
fundraising suggestion are appreciated. The current constitution for the
association is available for download.
**Seeking new members**
The P&C Committee is always looking for new members and volunteers to assist in any way possible. Your contribution would be greatly appreciated. If you could donate even just one hour, to volunteer at an event, it would make a big difference – many hands make light work.