Parents’ Association

One of the key areas of the Strategic Plan is Belonging and, while there are many ways that we embrace our community at St Andrew’s to create a strong sense of belonging, one very important group within the School that works towards this goal is the St Andrew’s School Parents’ Association.

The St Andrew’s School Parents’ Association is a lively, energetic, vital part of our School.

The objectives and purposes of the Association are:

The Association plays a significant role in building the community spirit of the School. Its events and functions provide opportunities for parents and staff to gather together in a spirit of fun and fellowship, and your support is greatly appreciated.

Funds raised are used to purchase equipment and additional resources that benefit our students. Recently these purchases included:

Above all, the Parents’ Association is a vehicle for growing our community networks. Everyone is welcome to be involved. There are two meetings each term. The dates of all Parents’ Association meetings are listed below.

Parents interested in supporting the School through the Parents’ Association should contact the School Office. For further information about becoming involved with the Parents’ Association, contact Suzette Black, Community Liaison Officer.

President: Jane Webb 
Vice President: Nichole Mellor 
Treasurer: Sarah Rasheed
Secretary: Louise Webster and Heidi von Bernewitz
Class Rep Coordinator: Jill Hobson

2020 Parents’ Association Meeting Dates

Term 1
Tuesday 18 February  8:15am  Meeting Room
Wednesday 25 March (AGM)  7:00pm  Meeting Room

Term 2
Tuesday 5 May  8:15am  Meeting Room
Wednesday 17 June  7pm  Library

Term 3
Tuesday 28 July  8:15am  Meeting Room
Wednesday 2 September  7pm  Meeting Room

Term 4
Thursday 22 October  8:15am  Meeting Room
Tuesday 17 November  8:15am  Meeting Room

  • St Andrew’s School is a South Australian independent, co-educational specialist primary school providing excellence in education from playgroup through to early years and on to Year 7. Principal Deb Dalwood – an International Baccalaureate School – UNESCO Associated School.