Curl Curl North Public School

The feel of the country in the heart of the city.

Telephone02 9905 1757

Emailcurlcurln-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Our school community

Our school community includes the Parent and Citizen Association (P&C) who oversee the Uniform Shop, the Canteen and OOSH.

P&C

At Curl Curl North there is an active, enthusiastic and effective Parent and Citizen Association (P&C).

The P&C works hard to create a social community for parents, while also fundraising to provide resources to enhance and improve our children's learning and the school environment.

Every parent is welcome to come along to P&C meetings which are held regularly in the school library on Tuesdays from 7.15pm on dates as notified in the school newsletter and website calendar. The meetings provide a valuable channel of communication between parents and the school.

The Uniform Shop, the Canteen and Curly Kids OOSH operate as sub-committees of the P&C. The P&C also has a strong relationship with the Class Coordinators. Each class has one or two class coordinators whose role it is to coordinate class social events and assist with P&C fundraising.

Meeting minutes

Meeting agenda

School council

The School Council meets twice a term and its primary objective is to provide advice and assistance to school management and progress policies that impact the school, with emphasis on the educational goals of the school.

Membership consists of two elected parent members, two elected staff members, the president of the P&C or their representative, a community member and the school principal.

The Northern Beaches Learning Alliance

Curl Curl North is a member of the Northern Beaches Learning Alliance (NBLA) formed in 2008. This community of schools comprises local primary schools, together with the five campuses of the Northern Beaches Secondary College.

Central to the NBLA are the project-based learning initiatives undertaken jointly by primary and secondary schools. Students from primary schools and high schools are linked in mentoring partnerships. ‘Project Penguin' and ‘Design, Make, Innovate' involve students in hands-on, problem solving projects.

Through the NBLA, Professional Learning opportunities are made available to teaching staff. On the Term 2 School Development Day a conference is held for over 200 staff of the twelve NBLA primary schools.