Welcome to the P&C



Monday 11th February 2019 7:30 pm in the Staff Room

All welcome!

How to get involved:


Every little bit makes our school just that much better!




Carols by Candlelight & Donations for the Homeless
Come along for a BYO picnic from 6 pm & singing from 7 pm to 8 pm on the grass.  Donations for the homeless can be made to the front office before 7th Dec. Safety candles available on the night for $2 each!

Fundraising Results for 2018

Ever wondered just how much gets raised to support the school?

Fundraising up to 15 October 2018 included:

Easter Raffle raised $1,065.50

Mother's Day stall & raffle raised $1,087.50

Wood Raffle $860.20

Quiz Night raised $8,550.43

Disco Night raised $1,829.92

Father's Day stall & raffle raised $937.94

That’s a whopping $14,331.49!!!  Thank you to everyone that has supported these efforts in any capacity :)



 The Mundaring Primary School P&C comprises:

  • parents and guardians of children attending the school
  • interested persons over the age of 18 years who have paid an annual subscription of $1


We VOLUNTEER our time to raise funds to help the school pay for learning resources and school structures. This benefits all students at our school.


The aim of the P&C Association is to promote the school through:

  • Co-operation between parents, teachers, students and members of the general community
  • Assisting in the provision of resources, facilities and amenities for the school
  • Encouraging communication, cooperation and participation within the school community
  • Encouraging participation in the school's educational policy
  • Providing a forum for discussion of school issues and gathering opinions
  • Fostering of community interest in education matters


At Mundaring Primary School, the P&C is interested in actively promoting a strong and vibrant school community with open, transparent lines of communication and the ability to provide our children with a first-class learning environment.


The success of the P&C depends on the involvement of parents and the wider school community.  A successful P&C can add immeasurably to the success and appeal of school through ensuring that students have access to the best resources available and that parents are both informed and have a voice.


All members of the school community are welcomed and encouraged to get involved in the P&C.  This does not necessarily mean that you have to take on an official role. 


WACSSO guide 

Why do parents join in the P&C?


  • rewarding involvement
  • assists to keep up with their child/children
  • opportunity for personal development
  • sharing in the school community
  • keeping abreast with educational changes
  • the feeling you have made a difference
  • can provide positive self-esteem 
  • enhances self-respect
  • good environment to meet people
  • want an opportunity to influence
  • get to know teachers/principal 
  • opportunity to share expertise
  • part of a large decision-making group
  • helps link school & community
  • networking can develop opportunities


Your involvement is essential for your P&C to achieve its best.  We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to one of our P&C meetings or activities.