The executive team are responsible for helping turn your suggestions for the school into a reality.
Frier is mum to one of the multiple sets of twins at Forest Lodge, Kathryn and Molly who are going into Year 5 in 2021. She a corporate affairs professional with more than 20 years’ experience across multiple industries.
Amanda is mum to two boys at FLPS and was Vice President in 2019 and 2020. She is a researcher, a change maker and the founder and Director of Sydney Alliance. She has been a union and community organiser for over 20 years.
Rachel is mum to Alastair who will be in Year 5 in 2021, and Patrick who will be in Year 2. She is also a member of the Forest Lodge music program committee and works full time as a community engagement practitioner.
Andy’s daughter Lexi started in Kindy at FLPS in 2020. Andy is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accounts in England and Wales (ICAEW). He has spent his whole professional career in Mergers and Acquisitions and since moving to Australia in 2007 has worked for Deloitte. Andy is a very keen but largely uncoordinated soccer player and runner.
Anthony is father of three children at FLPS. He teaches Primary Ethics at the school, and helped set up the school’s language program. Anthony works as a lawyer, and is an avid rock-stacker.
The Music Committee is responsible for the operations of the music program, which includes around 130 students and encompasses three main bands, a choir and a number of other ensembles.
MUSIC PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Emily is a musician, actor and children's entertainer and has tutored at the school for the past 10 years. In 2019 Emily took on the role of Music Coordinator and Chair of the Music Sub-committee and has managed an extremely successful music program at FLPS.
Louise is mum to a son and a professional trumpet player and trumpet tutor at a number of schools.
MUSIC FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR
Rachel has responsibility for organising the music fundraising events, such as the Big Band Breakfasts and recital nights. She is also a 2021 P&C Vice-President.
MUSIC EVENTS COORDINATOR
Karlee has three girls and is an experienced Flodge mum of over eight years. She is responsible for finding and organising events and performances for the bands to help them grow.
Our infrastructure team work with the school to provide advice and support with regards building works and playground maintenance.
Dave is a father of two boys and runs a company specialising in the delivery of workplace, childcare and healthcare construction. In 2020, he is also serving as a P&C Vice President and coordinates the Forest Lodge Flyers running program each Friday morning.
PLAYGROUND & GARDENING REPRESENTATIVE
Rob is a stay at home dad to two boys. He grew up in Britain where he developed a keen interest in golf, birds, reptiles and native gardens. He currently works as a wildlife tour-guide and photographer.
Be yourself. We like you that way. At Flodge we respect and value differences because we know when people from different backgrounds, and with different points of view, work together we create a better community for everyone. That’s why we strive for a diverse and inclusive culture.
INDIGENOUS CULTURE REPRESENTATIVE
George is a Kamilaroi man and the proud father of a child in Year 4. George holds a Bachelor of Laws from UTS and has worked for over 20 years in community services. In 2018 he held the role of Vice President.
Wellbeing is the state of being comfortable, healthy and happy. Wellbeing is about 'how we are doing', as individuals, communities and as a nation. At Flodge we want to help raise healthy, happy, connected kids in a nourishing and considerate community.
LEARNING SUPPORT REPRESENTATIVE
Kerri is a mum to a Year 3 student in 2020, plus a preschooler who will join the FLPS tribe in 2021. Kerri works as a technical project manager, but on Fridays can frequently be found in the cafes of Forest Lodge (with aforementioned preschooler!).
JOINT SUSTAINABILITY REPRESENTATIVE
Flodge actively fundraise to provide resources for the school for a variety of equipment and initiatives. There are three main areas of fundraising: community events or fundraising, sponsorship and grants.
We are looking for volunteers to take responsibility for the planning and execution of Flodge events and fundraising throughout the year.
Justine is mum to two girls and is responsible for the commercial partnerships and sponsorships with Flodge.