The Campbell Primary School P&C is a group of enthusiastic parents who want to help enhance the educational experiences for all children at our school.
The main role of the P&C is to engage in fundraising activities to support ongoing improvements at the school and enrich the Campbell Community.
The dedication of the committee and volunteers has seen some incredible financial donations made to the school. Recent fundraising activities have seen investments in trees on the school oval, a new sound system in the Undercover Area, support of the School Chaplaincy program, development of nature playground areas and new uniforms for the choir.
Our members come from all areas of the school community with a range of different skills and backgrounds.
Our P&C is involved in activities such as:
- Providing student banking, running second-hand uniform and book stalls.
- Running school community events such as the annual Family Movie Night and discos.
- Supporting school-led initiatives such as making floral wreaths and rosemary lapels for the ANZAC commemorative assembly.
- Seeking support and resources through sponsorship and fundraising, and liaising with local government representatives.
- New members are always welcome! For more information, please email the P&C here or follow our updates on the Campbell Primary School Facebook page.
P&C meetings are held on a Monday twice during the school term (Week 4 and Week 8), commencing at 6.30pm in the library. The meetings are restricted to one hour and are high on information and decision making.
Meetings provide a forum where parents can openly communicate with the Principal and P&C committee members, plus learn more about the school.
The P&C Annual General Meeting is held at the start of each school year and is when officer bearers are elected. This includes President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
It is important to note that the School Board sets direction for the school and impacts on the running of the school rather than the P&C itself. To find out more about the School Board, please click here.
P&C Committee Members
All office bearer roles are for one year and are filled at the Annual General Meeting at the beginning of each school year. Your 2021 representatives are:
President: Kirthana Prabhakaran
I am a Chemical Engineer currently working as a project manager in the mining industry. I have two children at Campbell Primary School, my son is in Year 1 and my daughter started Kindy this year. I think we are very lucky to live in a lovely community and be able to attend a great public school such as Campbell Primary. I joined the P&C to be more involved with the school and the kids love it when they see me around school. It is my way of being an active participant and supporter in my children’s educational journey. As a result of being a member of the P&C, I have also got to meet some amazing parents. I would encourage everyone to join the P&C.
Vice President: Deborah Boxall
I have three young girls at Campbell Primary School with a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Commercial Law, I manage my own specialist events, marketing and communications consultancy. I come from regional WA and I am passionate about the Australian agricultural industry and have a keen interest in art and photography.
Secretary: Syeda Areeba Annas
I’m Areeba, a Business graduate with majors in Marketing. My daughter attends Pre-primary at Campbell Primary School and hence my interest in joining the P&C. I feel it is a good way of contributing to the school and interacting with other parents. As secretary, I get an opportunity to be involved in organizing the fun activities at school and my daughter appreciates my participation. My interests include painting, sports and have a passion for writing. I hope to publish a book of my own someday.
Treasurer: Shahzad Khan Tarakai
I am a qualified Chartered Certified Accountant with an Honours degree in Applied Accounting. My son joined kindergarten at Campbell Primary this year. I also have a niece studying at the school. Two of my other nieces attended the school in the past. As a result of this long standing relationship with Campbell Primary, I joined the P&C to give something back to the school and to this wonderful community of ours. I am an avid student and reader of history and high fantasy with a passion for climbing and shooting sports.
Hi, I’m Gabriella! I moved to Perth from the UK 7 years ago with my husband and 3 children. Charlie is my only child left at Campbell Primary School and he is loving his life in Year 2. I joined the Campbell Primary School P&C to ensure Charlie got to experience all the fun things my older children have experienced. Charlie thinks it’s awesome that I am involved in the school.
My name is Claudia and I have two sons, one in Year 2 and one in Kindergarten. I joined the Campbell Primary School P&C this year as I really wanted to feel involved in the school community. It’s been a great way to get some insight into the workings of the school and also to have some say in what fun and exciting experiences we can offer our kids through the year. Meeting some amazing parents has been an added bonus!
Every year, our P&C manage a calendar of fun and engaging fundraising activities for both students and the Campbell community. Some examples of events run by our P&C include:
Family Movie Night: this FREE event is an initiative to welcome new and returning families to the Campbell Primary School community and is held at the beginning of the school year. A family movie is presented on a big screen on the school oval and offers a great opportunity for families to interact and socialize outside school hours. The P&C run a sausage sizzle and candy bar too, which all adds to the fun of the evening.
Discos: the P&C coordinate up to two discos per year for students from Kindergarten to Year 6. A snack bar and a glow stick stall are available to students, and the evenings are always good fun for all involved.
Mother’s Day & Father’s Day Stalls: fundraising stalls are held the Friday before Mother’s Day and Father’s Day each year. Students are offered the opportunity to come with their class to purchase a gift. Additional gifts are often available for purchase as well. Stall dates and cost information is distributed prior to the event, ensuring no one misses out.
Second-Hand Uniform Stall: the P&C receive donations of uniforms from the community. These second-hand uniforms are sold at a stall held approximately once a term – dates are promoted through the Campbell Primary School Facebook page. The P&C are extremely grateful to the generosity of Campbell families who make these donations. Second hand uniforms can be dropped in the green bin outside the front office throughout the year (between the office and the staff room).
Entertainment Books: Entertainment Books are a popular fundraising option and one the Campbell Primary P&C are pleased to offer the Campbell community. Contacts for the fundraiser are distributed each year along with order forms to each family representative.
Silver Coin Frenzy: this is a fun activity encouraging students within each year group to raise funds for the P&C. Donations of silver coins are made by students, with the year group collecting the highest dollar value of coins at the end of the competition period winning a prize.
Sausage Sizzle BBQs: whenever the opportunity arises, the P&C love to put on a sausage sizzle!
Each year, parents are asked to consider paying a voluntary P&C contribution. Currently this is set at $10.00 per child. These funds, as with all money raised through the P&C, go directly back to students through P&C directed donations; providing them with better equipment, resources and experiences during their time at Campbell Primary School.
The P&C actively encourage fathers to get involved not only in P&C specific activities, but those aligned with the Fathering Project. To learn more about the Fathering Project, please visit their website here.
For More Information
To find out more about the Campbell Primary P&C or to join, please email the P&C here.
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