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Oatley Public School

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Parents and Citizens (P&C)

Parents and Citizens' (P&C) associations work in partnership with the school principal and the community to promote the interests of the school, and facilitate its development and further improvement, to achieve the best possible outcomes for students. 

The following individuals operate as part of the P&C:

  • President: Lauren Sarraf
  • Vice President: Katie Moore & Elisse Armstrong
  • Treasurer: Crystal Yeung 
  • Secretary: Cheryl Hrkac
  • Canteen Convenor: Catherine Barrett

  • Uniform Shop Convenor: Catherine Barrett
  • Building Fund Coordinator: Kate Guthrie
  • Grants Committee Convenor: Fidelma Maher
  • Sponsorship Coordinator: Elizabeth Gordon
  • Auditor: Brett Moore

What do we do?

  • Raise funds for the school through social events and fundraising.
  • Promote the interests of the school by bringing parents, citizens, students and teaching staff into close co-operation.
  • Assist in providing facilities and equipment for the school and in promoting the recreation and welfare of the students at the school

  • Report on the material requirements of the school and to advise on the subject of school maintenance.
  • Assist and co-operate with the teaching staff in public functions associated with the school.
  • Assist in any matters which the Minister may seek the co-operation of the association.

P&C Meetings


When: Second Wednesday each month at 7pm, except during holidays.
Where: Zoom Session

All committee members are welcome to the P&C meetings to find out information about the school and its students. These meetings also provide opportunities for parents to become involved with the management of the school. Topics of interest relating to student development and specific educational programs are also discussed.

Members can add specific topics to the meeting’s agenda by emailing it through our contact page.

How to become a P&C Committee Member?

Requirement: Must be parents or guardians of students attending Oatley Public School or citizens within the school community.

There will be a $6 registration fee. The fees are a mandatory government requirement and will be used to support student education programs.