The St John's Parish School Education Board is a parent group who works collaboratively with the Parish Priest and School Principal. The Board provides insight, advice and feedback that helps guide current operations and future planning.
The Parish School Education Board is a strong a link between the Parish Priest, Principal, staff, parents, and parishioners in relation to the provision of Catholic education in the Catholic community. The Parish School Education Board promotes community development by fostering a strong interrelationship between the Parish and Primary school, and secondary colleges and pre-schools.
Belonging and being active participants in our Parish and wider community is important to us at St John's. We enable opportunities for our students to participate in many different community activities including:
Our renowned annual Fete
The Student Choir, singing at School Concerts, ANZAC Day services, Whitehorse Community Festival, nursing home, Parish Family Masses and other community based events such as Pay it Forward Day
Scottish Dancers perform at festivals, our fete and nursing homes
Pen Pals with elderly citizens through collaboration with Nunawading Police
Laying wreaths and participating in ANZAC Day and memorial services
The Social Justice Student team raises awareness and money for local and broader communities needing support
The Community Association supports the active and vibrant school community of St John’s Primary School so that our students and their families flourish.
All members of the school and parish community are welcome to join the Community Association.
Social Activities: Providing opportunities for all members of our school community to connect with one another, form friendships and belong.
Outreach: Providing care and assistance so that all members of our school community feel supported. And, where appropriate, providing opportunities for outreach to the wider community.
Enrichment: Supporting opportunities for parent and student growth.
Fundraising and applying for grants to allow the school to increase their resources or complete projects for the benefit of the students.