Darlington Primary School

Darlington Primary School

Parents and Citizens

Darlington Parents & Citizens Information Pack
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Darlington Parents & Citizens Membership Form
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Darlington Parents & Citizens Constitution & Rules
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New Constitution – to be adopted at Special General Meeting 2 December 2019

Darlington Primary has an active P&C whose major objectives are:

  • promoting cooperation between parents, teachers, students and members of the general community;
  • assisting in the provision of resources, facilities and amenities
  • fostering community interest in educational matters.

Parents are encouraged to attend meetings to learn about programs operating in the school, share information, help shape policy and plans, and build positive attitudes to education.

The P & C meetings are held in the staff room and are usually on Monday evenings @ 7.00pm in the second and second last week of term – check the term planner, school calendar and newsletter for exact dates.

All parents and other citizens of our community are most welcome. If parents/community members are unable to attend meetings, they are welcome to approach P & C members to discuss their ideas or assist in fundraising ventures.

A representative of the P & C is also on the School Council.

Executive Committee 2022

  • President - Adrian Woodley
  • Adrian Ralph, Vice President
  • Kendall Earnshaw, Secretary
  • Treasurer, Rachael Tegart
  • Vanessa Busby, Executive Committee
  • Lucy Banner, Executive Committee
  • Fiona Gordon, Executive Committee

Canteen Sub-committee:

  • Fiona Gordon
  • Anke Steinwandel
  • Stephanie Scott
  • Kendall Earnshaw

Uniform Shop Sub-committee:

  • Linnea Seiler
  • Emma Reid
  • Tina Rowcliffe
  • Grounds Project Coordinator: Harriot D'Emden

Book Club Coordinator: Melinda Reynolds


Our School

The school is located on a beautiful three-hectare site in the heart of the Darlington village, in the hills east of Perth. In 2012, the school celebrated its Centenary and maintains a long and strong tradition of providing quality education for children from the local area. It is not uncommon for current students to have followed their parents and grandparents in attending the school.

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