The P&C are proud to be of service to our village-like school community.
Through fundraising, sponsorships and events, we support the school with funds to enhance the children's education and upgrade school infrastructure (additional to what the Department of Education provides already).
Being a member of the P&C Committee is the best way to be involved in your school community.
Your level of involvement is up to you - it can be as little or as much as you want. You could contribute via cash donations, volunteering or by becoming a P&C Executive Team member.
Membership is $2.00 per year.
We invite you to join us for the AGM 2022 P&C meeting. All are welcome.
Should you not be able to attend in person, please email mail@flodge...
We have a variety of wellbeing initiatives, including a weekly running club (the Forest Lodge Flyers) and an active learning support group. We're also working with the school to support a healthy environment living with COVID.
We have a strong commitment to creating an inclusive culture at our school, with a particular focus on our Indigenous culture and customs.
We have a thriving music program which incorporates a variety of bands, ensembles and a choir. Help support the program with our latest fundraising drive! If you would like to become part of our wonderful music committee, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our physical environment shapes how we learn. At FLPS we are helping to upgrade our learning spaces to be more sustainable, more beautiful and more inclusive.
We support our school by running a number of community and fundraising events throughout the year. We are a volunteer organisation that supports students and their families, as well as promoting our local community and services.
Whether you are new to our Flodge community or an old hand, we all have questions.
If you'd like to receive news and information from the P&C please sign up here.
Kindy parents for 2022 are welcome to sign up now.
Ross St & Bridge Rd, Forest Lodge New South Wales 2037, Australia
The Forest Lodge Public School P&C would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land the school stands on.
We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.