What is the PFA? 
The PFA is a large group of parents and teachers who volunteer their time and efforts to provide fundraising, social and pastoral support to our school community. The parents of St Pat are a social, hard-working and energetic group and our community spirit is a very special characteristic of our school.


How does the PFA contribute to our school?
The PFA contributes a range of big and small activities such as: 

• Irish Folk Festival 
• Canteen 
• Shamrock (year book) 
• Second-hand uniform shop 
• Social events for parents and children 
• Working bees 
• Casserole bank 
• School concert 
• Mother’s and Father’s Day Gift Stalls



Get involved! 
Come along to PFA meetings whenever you can to share ideas and help make decisions about our school community. 
Everyone is welcome and it is a great opportunity to have a laugh and get to know other parents.

There are many ways to contribute to our school…bring a fresh opinion to meetings, help run a stall at the IFF, wrap presents for the Mother’s Day staff, help out in canteen, bake a casserole, water the vegie garden or decorate the venue for a social night….we need you! 

Who can I contact? 

Full details of the PFA executive and team leaders are provided on the school website – look under ‘School Community,’ and ‘Parents and Friends Association’. Email any general enquiries to stpatspfa@gmail.com


2017 St Patrick's Catholic Primary School P.F.A.

 President Robyn Tigani Vice PresidentJosie Nadile
SecretaryLisa LoneyTreasurerJanet Lane
Maintenance

Andrea Darby

Parent Services

Naomi Vagg

Canteen

 Kerryn Fernando

ShamrockRosemary Bei
Irish Folk Festival

Nat Heffernan

Jo Wealands

Extravganza 

(2018)

Candice Perus
PastoralCaroline McNicolSocialRosa Kure

Master Plan Grants

Beth Devlin

  
PFA Meetings

Term 1 2017  
Term 2 2017   
Term 3 2017   
Term 4 2017