Parent helpers

From Prep through to Year 6, teachers greatly appreciate the assistance of parents with:

  • Specialist Programs (STEAM, Art or PE)

  • Hearing students read

  • Literacy and Numeracy activities in Prep

  • Library books

  • The Perceptual Motor Program (for Prep students)

  • Attending excursions

  • Sport activities (Athletics/Cross Country/Swimming)


All volunteers at the school, including parent helpers, are required to have a current “Working with Children Check’.  Parent helpers are also required to read and sign the 'Child Safety Code of Conduct' Agreement, details about this can be gained at the school office or you can view the document here - Child Safety Code of Conduct Agreement.


All parent helpers must sign in at the office to collect a Visitor Pass before helping out at school. This ensures that the parent helper is recorded.


It is preferred that parents do not bring younger children with them when assisting in the classroom to avoid disturbance to the class or students at work. To ensure the safety and wellbeing of students, younger brothers and sisters are not permitted to accompany parent helpers on excursions or camps.


Parent helpers in the Prep classes start from Term 2, to allow the Prep students time to settle into the routine without their parents being in the classroom.