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Willoughby Girls High School

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Meetings & Committee

The Willoughby Girls High School Parents and Citizens' Association (P&C) meet twice per term. All parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. We regularly host informative speakers and events at meetings that are publicised via the school newsletter and parents' Facebook page.

2024 Meeting Dates

  • Term 1: 20 February, 19 March
  • Term 2: 21 May, 18 June
  • Term 3: 20 August, 17 September
  • Term 4: 15 October, 19 November, 17 December (TBC)

The P&C meetings provide parents with the opportunity to meet regularly with the school Principal and Deputy Principals and hear what is happening in the school. They also provide an informal forum to raise and discuss relevant educational and welfare issues and areas that require additional funding around the school.

For news about P&C meetings and sports/music sub-committees, please go to Willoughby Girls High School facebook page and follow our page. This page is managed and administered exclusively by the P&C Executive and sub-committees with permission from the school. The Netball Club has a separate Facebook page which is administered by the Netball sub-committee.

2024 P&C Committee Members 

  • President: Peter Gurry
  • Treasurer: Kelly Reedman
  • Secretary: Kate Fisher
  • Vice President – Communications: Matt Sharpe
  • Vice President – Engagement: Brione Smink
  • Vice President – Development: Juliana Damcevski
  • General Members: Kelly Yan

Throughout the year we actively welcome new committee members, especially parents of Year 7s who have recently joined the school and are interested in getting involved in the P&C.

Please contact us at secretary@wghspandc.org.au if you have any questions.

P&C Sub-committees

Willoughby Girls High School parents manage the Music Ensembles program as well as a range of sporting clubs. The convenors of these P&C Sub-committees for 2024 are:

Voluntary contributions to the P&C

P&C funding is largely provided by parents through voluntary contributions.

For 2024 these contributions remain at $160 (General Fund) and $160 (tax-deductible Building Fund). 

Donations to the P&C General and Building Funds are used to provide facilities, equipment, resources and technology to enhance the girls’ learning experiences. The Committee also help to connect with the wider community and supplement funding through grants and sponsorship. The tax deductible P&C building fund contributes to any permanent fixtures, fittings or building works that the Department of Education does not have a priority for (non-essentials) or does not fund.   

Examples of P&C funded projects in the past couple of years include:

  • Shade structure for the basketball courts
  • Science lab upgrade
  • Upgrades to IT equipment across the school
  • Staging in the School Hall