FIND YOUR COMMUNITY
We warmly encourage all parents to be involved in the dynamic life of our school. We believe parents’ participation in school life provides enjoyable opportunities to develop supportive and enduring friendships with other parents, whilst enriching their daughter's experience at school.
Senior School Parents' Association (SSPA)
Parents with a daughter in the Senior School automatically become members of the SSPA, which provides opportunities for parents to volunteer at an event or attend their daughter's sports match, art exhibition or musical. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Friends of Junior School (FJS)
Parents with a daughter in the Junior School automatically become members of this growing group. The FJS aims to bring Junior School parents together and raise funds for new facilities which enhance the girls’ learning and living environment.
Popular activities include regular parent coffee get-togethers, annual Mother’s and Father’s Day breakfasts, and involvement in athletics and swimming carnivals, musical and theatrical productions and many more events. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boarding Parents' Association (BPA)
Parents with a daughter in the Boarding House automatically become members of this diverse group. Parents from rural areas and overseas destinations enjoy regular catch ups at dinners and events which raise funds for special items and activities for Boarders.
The group meets at the start of each term and boarding families are encouraged to connect regularly to take advantage of the wealth of advice and assistance that our boarding community network can offer. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Hethersett Parents' Group
The Hethersett Parents’ Group was founded in the 1950s and is the oldest parent body at PLC. It is a welcoming friendship group which raises funds to enrich the girls’ living and learning environments in the Senior School.
The Hethersett Parents’ Group manages the PLC Volunteer Network which enables parents to volunteer at a variety of events during the year. The group enables volunteers to meet other PLC parents whilst supporting activities that are much appreciated by the students. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Prayer Groups meet regularly on different mornings and afternoons, across various days of the week, to join in prayer. Other activities include a Christian Fellowship evening with a guest speaker, which is held each term, an annual prayer breakfast and a biennial Family Christian Convention. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Friends of Music School (FMS)
The Friends of the Music School (FOMS) supports the activities of the Music School. Through a range of fundraising activities, they help girls and Old Collegians to study or continue their love of music at PLC.
The group encourages interested families to join and become involved in life at the Music School. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Rowing
The Friends of Rowing group supports the development of our rowing culture by conducting fund-raising activities and providing parental support at rowing regattas and other special events. For more information, please contact email@example.com