Nareena Hills Public School

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Telephone02 4226 3867

P & C

WELCOME to the Nareena Hills Parents and Citizens' Association  Webpage

Meetings are held at 7.00pm on Wednesday Week 3 and Week 7 of each term in the staff room. 

The Nareena Hills Parents and Citizens (P&C) association is committed to a free public education system which is inclusive of all, irrespective of culture, gender, academic ability and socio-economic status.  Parents as partners in the education process, have a right and a responsibility to play an active role in the education of their children.

The Nareena Hills P&C plays a vital role in the school through its commitment to:

  • facilitating cooperation between the students, teachers and community
  • encouraging parent participation in curriculum and other education issues
  • sharing information to benefit the school community
  • providing funds for improved school facilities, equipment and resources
  • advocating for local educational improvements
  • promoting public education


At our meetings, parents receive information about the school and its activities from the principal, teaching staff, members of the P&C and external organisations. The P&C is also active in providing representatives to regional committees, in partnership with the Department of Education and Communities

Fund Raising

The P&C Fundraising Sub-Committee is dedicated to raising finances, through a variety of activities, to enhance school facilities, equipment and resources. In recent times activities such as gala evenings, movie nights, and family photo days have enabled the P&C to fund such items as Interactive Whiteboards, reading resources, and a wheelchair ramp for the school.

The Nareena Hills P&C is a friendly group of parents who enjoy working for the benefit of the school. The involvement of parents at P&C meetings, through its activities or in other ways in the life of the school is always welcome.

The Executive Committee 2024

Contact us:

President Angie Howes
Vice Presidents Wendy Hewitt & Steph Steel
Secretary Ines Bogdanovski
Treasurer Katie Jones
Canteen Coordinators Mrs De-Arne Brampton
Uniform Shop Jess Buchanan
Fundraising Coordinator Vacant

Further information about parents and citizens associations can be found by following the link to The Federation of Parents and Citizens' Associations of NSW at

Useful links for parents

Good digital citizenship

In the digital age in which we now live parents can become concerned about the safety of their children when they are using the internet. For example, social media sites can be a useful way for young people to stay connected with others however concerns exist about who in cyberspace may be accessing information through these sites. The following links are useful starting points for parents in accessing reliable information to begin discussions around ‘good digital citizenship' with their children


(developed by the Australian Federal Police and Microsoft Australia) is an internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through primary and secondary schools across Australia using a network of accredited trainers.

Digital Mum 2.0

A site developed by Telstra. It provides a series of short online tutorials and other information for parents about appropriate use of social networking sites. The target audience is parents and their teenage children.