School Council 2017

 Albert Park Primary School is very lucky to have an active parent community, who are involved in our school in a myriad of ways. Running lunch time clubs, helping at fundraising events, on excursions, with reading in the classroom, being a member of school council or working in a school council sub-committee are just some of the many way parents help our school. Our school is in the heart of Albert Park and we really feel part of our wonderful village community, particularly before and during our fete in Term 1 when the local businesses are incredibly supportive.

We rely on the generosity of parents - they are generous with their time, skills and money - to provide additional resources to make Albert Park Primary School great. Locally raised funds, through fundraising and voluntary contributions are needed to support our children's education. These funds are required to maintain and upgrade our technology (laptops, computers, Ipads and interactive whiteboards) and our facilities and grounds. Our fundraising events are also a lot of fun (fun-draising...) and a great way to socialise and meet new parents.

We encourage you to get involved. If you have any questions o ideas please talk to any of the school councillors - either catch us in the playground or email us via the school This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

  • APPS School Council 2017

    The Council elected the following Office Bearers:

  • •        Principal and DET Executive Officer- Elaine Mills

  • •        President – Andrew Wilson

  • •        Vice President – James Meldrum

  • •        Treasurer – Alan Richardson

  • •        Secretary -Amy Guy

  • The Council elected the following Councillors to AAPS Committees/positions:

  • •        Community Liaison – Luke Duffy

  • •        Education – Sue Pattison, Kate Seager and Andrew Wilson

  • •        Finance – Alan Richardson

  • •        Facilities – Amy Guy

  • •        Fundraising – Deb Cafferkey

  • •        Environment – Kate Seager and James Meldrum

  • •        Wellbeing – Sue Pattison (note that this group has been elevated to a committee)

  • •        Teachers on School Council are Leah Morgan and Masa Music