Most ACT public school grounds are now fenced and schools are reaping the rewards.
Communicating well with parents is crucial to a P&C's work. Harrison school's P&C President, Angela Lewis, explains how their P&C Facebook presence has become a central part of their communications.
A new report has questioned the benefits of homework, prompting Council to investigate.
An alarming majority of parents consider roads around our schools unsafe, regard traffic volumes as unmanageable, and find parking, pickup and set-down at school difficult. These are the disturbing results of a survey conducted by Council in response to recent member concerns.
Schools with well-resourced libraries have higher student literacy outcomes. Does your school have a qualified teacher-librarian?
P&C associations are able to use a new, free, legal advice clinic.
In what we hope will be a regular feature, ACT P&Cs share their approaches and activities. This issue, P&C President Jo Prezzi tells us what's happening at Palmerston Primary.
Traffic and parking problems around our schools appeared as a major issue at Council's last Hot Topics meeting. Here we look more closely at the issue and the actions we can all take.
Council's canteen improvement project has now been running for over six months. Council's Communication Officer caught up with some happy customers.
New school funding arrangements, as recommended by the Gonski review, are now making a difference to our schools. But with the Federal Government saying it will not continue the funding beyond 2017, we need to work together to save this new model of school resourcing to ensure we have great schools for all.