Reinvigorating your P&C-better together

Wednesday 18 May 7:00-8:00 pm AEST

To celebrate National Volunteer Week, this P&C Federation webinar explores ways to reinvigorate your P&C and reengage with your volunteer community following the challenges of the last two years. Come and hear from a panel of guest speakers from our volunteer community who will be sharing their experiences and initiatives they’ve taken in their P&C Associations. We’re better together – so as leaders of your P&Cs, come and join us and share your experiences with others.

Registrations close 18 May at midday AEST. 

Please note that this webinar is for P&C Federation members only and is available to P&C Association Office Bearers. Your Office Bearer details with P&C Federation will need to be up to date before registering. 


Heather Clarke
Vice President, Cammeraygal High School P&C Association 

Cammeraygal High School is one of the newest high schools in NSW having been founded in 2015. Located in the lower north shore in Sydney and has a current enrolment of around 900 students after only 7 years of operation. Heather became involved with the Cammeraygal P&C to gain a better understanding of how her school operates. Following the impacts of COVID on parent participation the P&C are working hard to re-engage with the parent community and Heather will share what they have used to regain interest and involvement.

Ron Harrop
President, Cherrybrook Technical High School P&C Association

Ron has been president of Cherrybrook Technology High School since the beginning of 2021. As one of the biggest high schools in NSW with over 2000 students, CTHS poses its own challenges with parents often feeling overwhelmed in such a large school. The P&C operates a significant canteen which presents logistical and volunteer issues of its own. Ron will share some of the challenges and solutions CTHS have used to get through COVID and get back on track.

Jenny Sarginson
President, Raymond Terrace Public School P&C Association

Jennifer has been P&C president for the last 12 months at Raymond Terrace PS P&C, a primary school just north of Newcastle with just over 300 students. Jennifer took over the role in the second wave of COVID, inheriting issues related to community engagement and P&C operations. Despite the challenges, the P&C have now found positive ways to actively engage the whole school community and have made changes to governance and management to support this. Jennifer will share her experiences during the webinar.