St Joseph's acknowledges parents and carers as each student’s most influential, primary and essential educators.

We are a family-friendly school. We believe that partnerships are best achieved through mutual and respectful communication, consultation and collaboration between family, school and the parish.

Families and parishioners are welcome to be involved in the religious and community life of our school and to attend school gatherings such as assemblies, information nights, concerts and liturgies and many other events throughout the school year.

We value our close working partnership with our parents and families. Here at St Joseph’s, we are always very appreciative of the work volunteer parents do for the school.

How can I contribute?

We invite parents to take an active part in life at St Joseph’s Primary in many ways, including:

Help at the second hand uniform store
Library Helper
Assisting with reading
Coaching sporting teams
Parent Education Workshops
Getting involved with the Parents and Friends (P&F) Association
Helping on excursions and camps
Be a class parent contact
Borrowing books and resources from the parent section of the school library

Parents/Carers are also encouraged to participate in any of our school committees and working parties including the:

Parent Representative Group - an open meeting, chaired by the principal, held once per term. Membership is open and consists of representatives of the parish, the school staff, other committees and any parent interested in the workings of the school and why and how decisions are made.

Social and Events Committee - coordinate the various social and fundraising events throughout the year, as well as working bees and hospitality.

Pastoral Care Committee - to lead support for those in need in our school community.

Show your children that volunteering is a good thing.

Speak with our friendly staff today and let them know you’re interested in becoming a parent volunteer.

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Parents as Partners at St Josephs Primary Schofields

Volunteer and contractor training

We welcome the contribution volunteers make to the life of our school.

As part of our commitment to keeping students safe, all volunteers in schools are required to complete the building child safe communities undertaking form and child protection training module before volunteering. These checks reduce potential risk and forms part of our strategy to build child safe communities.

Start your online training

Volunteer and contractor training

Volunteer and contractor training

St Joseph's has a supportive and welcoming community

We look forward to you joining us!

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