State School Parents and Triple P Join Forces

Queensland’s largest school-based parent body and the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program have joined forces to promote the benefits of positive parenting to state school parents. P&Cs Qld is encouraging local committees to host free Triple P seminars and group parenting challenges amongst other initiatives to give parents easy access to free, evidence-based parenting […]

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Help us tell our history

Over the past 70 years, QCPCA, through P&Cs Qld and more recently School Councils Qld, has engaged with thousands of state school P&C members, parents, children, principals and Departmental representatives. To help us celebrate our 70th year in 2017, and as we move towards our diamond jubilee in 2022, P&Cs Qld will be collecting QCPCA […]

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Mixed report card for Gonski 2.0

P&Cs Qld welcomes aspects of the Turnbull government’s proposed new education funding arrangement, released Tuesday 2 May, 2017. It also cautions against the apparent reduction of overall funding of around $300 million over the next ten years to Queensland schools. P&Cs Qld CEO Kevan Goodworth said, “Gonski 2.0 goes a good way to addressing some […]

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A reminder of P&C financial reporting responsibilities

Annual reporting requirements As reflected in the Department’s Parents and Citizens’ Associations – State Schools procedure, there is a legislative requirement for principals to provide copies of their P&C’s audited financial documents (including annual audited statements, with appended certificates, auditor’s report and any management letters) and the contact details for the incoming Executive Committee to […]

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