The PRSS P&C plays a very active role in assisting our school in providing the best possible learning environment for our children. Please get involved and join us in supporting our school, and supporting our activities.
Payne Road State School is a small school. We are very lucky to have such great support from our families and the local community so we can continue providing the services to enhance the education of our children. Check out these two movies to show our Environment Program and Chaplaincy Program from past years.
A sign of our committed school community; in early 2017 PRSS quickly found out that the land beside the school was going to be developed into a big townhouse complex. After a large P&C meeting that turned into a community forum we moved a motion to get Town Planners involved to create a submission to make sure our school gets the best outcome from the development. A copy of the final Submission is here for you to read.
If you want more information about the P&C, check out our P&C Flyers Please also find the P&C Constitution and our P&C Strategic Plan for your perusal. In 2017 the P&C and School put together a Master Plan to give our school a vision to work towards in the future.
To provide and fund our services, the P&C actively undertakes fundraising activities throughout the year. Fundraising activities provide the necessary funds to maintain our services; but they also provide a great social benefit, and a wonderful opportunity for our families and the community to get involved, and get to know each other better.
The P&C supports:
The P&C has provided substantial financial support for the:
- Environment Club Program
- Chaplaincy Program
- PRSS Tykes (Playgroup)
Keeping up to date
In support of the school we encourage our school community to keep up to date with school and P&C run events, information and activities. We recommend you to download the QSchools & QParents App. This is a great way to keep up to date with school and student information. There is a list below of how to keep up to date and where to find information.
PRSS P&C meetings occur every 3rd Thursday evening of the month at 7.00pm in OSHC building; and everyone is invited to attend. Membership to join the P&C is FREE; and it’s a great way of having input into your child’s education.
Becoming a member of the P&C
Membership of the P&C is a great way to help support our school. By being involved in the P&C you are kept updated regularly on activities happening around the school, school policies and procedures, and P&C news – it also means you can have active input.
Being a member of the P&C also gives you voting rights at meetings and you can participate in the decision-making process. According to the P&C rules, memberships must be received and accepted at a prior meeting before you are able to vote.
Being a member of the P&C doesn’t mean you need to come along to every meeting or volunteer for anything that you don’t want to do. P&C membership must be renewed each year by the start of the AGM in March. For ease, please fill in our On-Line Membership Form
We always welcome new Members to the P&C – your active involvement is essential to the success of the P&C!
If you have any questions, or wish to contact any of the P&C Committee please email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud of the numerous awards our Tuckshop has won – which are listed below:
- Queensland’s Tuckshop of the Year 2010
- Top 10 Tuckshops Qld 2011, 2012, 2014 & 2015
- School Partnerships Award Qld 2011
- Tuckshop Volunteer of the Year 2011
- Special Commendation Qld 2011
- Tuckshop Volunteer of the Year Qld 2012
- Victory with Volunteers Award Qld 2012, 2014 & 2015
PRSS P&C have also supported projects that have won our school various awards. For example, helping fund solar panels and water tanks has given PRSS a 5-star energy rating. This is an award we are all proud of.
Clean School Award
PRSS is proud to say that we have WON the Clean School Award. We are very proud of this achievement and we work hard to keep our green and leafy school clean.
What was written about us: One of only a handful of 5-star Cleaner Greener Schools in the State, Payne Road State School have embarked on a new challenge to extend their work beyond the school, by rehabilitating Enoggera Creek. The ever growing enthusiasm of 280 students has seen more than 250 native trees and shrubs and over 100 seed pots and cuttings grown in an effort to renew bushland, support classroom projects, re-invigorate wildlife corridors near the school and improve the water quality of Enoggera Creek. If you wish to read more, please CLICK HERE.