Parents and Citizens AssociationBambara Primary School
Welcome to Bambara P & C Committee
At Bambara Primary School we have a very active P&C who organise many fundraisers throughout the year. These events not only raise vital funds for our school but also create a welcoming school community for all our students, parents and care givers to enjoy. Your involvement in the P&C is one of the best ways of being aware of school activities and what is planned to improve the Learning Environment for your child. There are many ways of supporting the P&C however, personal involvement is one of the most appreciated. Meetings are held twice per term, dates are published on our Term Planner, Calendar, Facebook page and Skoolbag app. This is your opportunity to share your ideas. Please contact us if you would like more information by emailing us at - email@example.com
Everyone’s contribution is valuable to the P&C and all parents and caregivers are welcome to come along to the meetings. If you have an idea for raising funds please put it on the meeting agenda for discussion and as a team we will work together to bring it to life. Meetings are normally held on Wednesday at 7pm in the staff room, dates are published in the School Newsletter and on the Term Planner. Everyone is welcome!
At the P&C AGM, held in February each year, the members of the Executive Committee are elected for a term of one year. We are always looking for volunteers to help with the many events, if you have any free time please get involved. Contact us by email at - firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to see the full list of this years executive committee.
|Vice President||Nichole Everett|
Last year the P&C raised over $8,000 which enabled us to present the school with 2 HD Multitouch screens, the first in WA! Other donations included –
- $5,300 Computers
- $1,000 Reading books
- $750 Reward stickers for each classroom
- $550 2 gazebos for sports day
- $500 Technology and Enterprise Supplies
- $250 Towards year 6/7 leavers’ shirts
We have a canteen service available each Friday. These lunch orders come from Duncraig Senior High School canteen. Orders can only be placed online by going to – Flexischools We ask that any parent who uses this facility take a turn of handing out the lunches to the students once per term. Visit our School Lunches page for full details.
Banking will be held every Wednesday in the library from 8 am .
The School Banking Program is run through Commonwealth Bank. Students are able to make deposits into their Youthsaver Account at school and receive a token each time they make a deposit.
Once they reach 10 tokens they are able to redeem them for a prize. It’s a great way to teach children about savings and on top of this the P&C receives a commission based on the number of deposits that are made. If you would like your child to participate in the program all they need is a Youthsaver Account which can be opened online here; commbank.com.au/schoolbanking or you can open an account at any Commonwealth Bank.
If you would like to open an account, please complete this application form.
What? Bambara Running Club
Running Club is a FREE before-school activity that kids and their families can do together! All you need to do is complete the attached registration form.
This year it will be even more fun and exciting with additional activities including:
- Circuit Training
- Endurance Training (Laps)
- Cross Country
- Interval Training
Who? Bambara Running Club is for Everyone!
The more involvement and commitment we get from families the better our club will be. Everyone is welcome including; students, parents/guardians, siblings and grandparents. Volunteers willing to help out with the morning events will be greatly appreciated.
When? Mondays & Thursdays, 7:50am to 8:30am
Where? School oval
Bambara Running Club is held in and around the school. We meet at the steps near the school oval. Stay tuned for special events throughout the year - like Family Beach Runs and Weekend Park Runs!
Why? A great start to the day!
Bring…. A Smile & Lots of Energy!
Wear your school uniform and appropriate running footwear. Don’t forget your water bottle. If the grass is wet, you may need to pack a spare pair of shoes and socks to change into.
Join the school Facebook group to keep up to date with news & information: ‘Bambara Primary School - Official Group’http://www.facebook.com/groups/BambaraPS/
For more information, speak to any of the Running Club Coordinators: Danielle Bardsley or Racquel Sutton
School Kitchen Garden
Kitchen Garden Club Wednesday mornings from 8am. Come on over to the kitchen garden and engage all your senses; planting, maintaining gardens, harvesting, preparing and sharing food. Please bring gardening gloves if you have them, as the school supplies may be limited. No gardening experience required - everyone is welcome.
You are all welcome to come along, have a go at sewing, collect some bags and help save the environment. All bags are made from recycled material. We meet in ECE2 , the classroom next to the Kindy, from 10.30am to 3pm every Tuesday.
Boomerang Bags is an organisation that consists of 400 groups worldwide. We are all making bags to give away to the community, to help break our reliance on plastic bags.Our Boomerang bags are made out of fabric no longer needed.
We made it to Woodvale Weigh’n’pay. Here’s what they said –
Our new Boomerang Bag display is finished! Grab a free bag on your way out the door and return it next time you’re in. You can also drop off any unused reusable bags you have around the house for others to use. One of many initiatives to help you #reducereuserecycle ♻️♻️♻️