Anzac service

The College and our community

At PSC, we never forget
we are part of a wider community.

We thrive on the great relationships
we have with many community groups.

At PSC, we never forget
we are part of a wider community.

We thrive on the great relationships
we have with many community groups.

At PSC, we never forget
we are part of a wider community.

We thrive on the great relationships
we have with many community groups.

RSL

Students from PSC take part in the annual ANZAC Day dawn service, often performing major roles in the day’s ceremonies.

CWA

The Country Woman’s Association generously provides scholarships to our students to support them in their education.

The 4Cs

The College takes great pride in supporting the Cardinia Combined Churches Caring (The 4Cs) with a range of fundraising events.

Rotary

Work preparation is assisted by Rotary, which also annually celebrates the community contribution of a College student via the Cameron Trust.

Your school council

Brian Paynter

Brian Paynter

President

Ray Squires

Ray Squires

Principal

 

Karryn Cassar

Vice president

Jenny Healy

DET employee

Karen Eyre

DET employee

Vanessa Sach

Parent

Helen Page

Parent

Michael Haber

DET employee

Jonathan Alvarez

Parent

Wayne Hampton

Parent

School council elections

Elections for school council are held annually in March.

The College invites parents and members of the community who have an interest in providing the best possible education for our children to put their hand up for a school council role. For more information and to learn about the procedure for becoming a school council candidate, please contact the principal.

Current school council

School Council 2016

School Council formed March 2016. From left to right: Jonathan Alvarez, Michael Haber, Helen Page, Ray Squires, Jodie Berry, Wayne Hampton, Karen Eyre, Brian Paynter, Jenny Healy, Karryn Cassar, Vanessa Sach.

Sharing our facilities

The College’s school council always welcomes connections with the wider community. There are several ways local groups can take advantage of our facilities. In each case, agreements are signed to make sure all parties understand their responsibilities.

Facility hire

Rooms and grounds at the College can be hired for one-off or short-run events, such as a presentation night for a sporting team or a series of performances by a dance club.

Licence agreement

If a school facility is needed on a regular basis, such as a drama group requiring a room for weekly rehearsals or a cricket club wanting an oval for the season, a licence agreement applies.

Joint use agreement

When the College is to construct a new building, school council may be open to the involvement of a community partner, with whom the facility would be shared, if the extra funds provided by the partner would improve the facility for all.

Contact us

Please contact the College if your organisation is interested in using one of our facilities. You can also read more about the shared use of school facilities at education.vic.gov.au