Councils and Clubs

School Council

Our school council consists of:

Angela Naylor (President), Josh Warren (Vice President), Yolande Hutson (Minute Taker), Nathan Wright (Treasurer), Megan Thompson, Zeb Chivell, Liana Gasparini, Brad Moore and Rory Shannon.

We also have created a Policy Sub-Committee which meets regularly to read, discuss and make changes to school policies to then be shared with the School Council and the school community.  

For more information about School Council please visit the School Council Policy page on the Policy and Advisory Library. This policy provides an overview of the policies, guidance and resources available to support school councils to understand their roles, responsibilites and school council processes.

Student Representative Council (SRC)

The SRC or Student Representative Council is made up of Miss G, Scarlett Williams, Matilda Thompson, Layla Chivell, Mac Thompson and Scout Warren.

The SRC is responsible for supporting students, organising lunch time activities, planning fundraising events to raise money to purchase resources or equipment such as selling milos and zooper doopers to benefit the students and school. Recently the SRC organised a fete and invited neighbouring schools and the local community and it was a great success.

The SRC gives students a voice in the school and they meet regularly to discuss how they can have an impact on their school. Each year studens write a speech as to why they believe they would make a student leader and then students vote on who they think would best represent them on the SRC.

Parent's Club

Our Parents Club consists of Amanda Marshman (President), Brylie Chivell (Vice President), Jeri Warren (Secretary), Cathy Moore (Treasurer), Megan Thompson, Amanda Chivell, Melinda Winters, Maddelyne Shannon, Regina Johnstone, Angela Naylor, Bridgett Williams and Ian Murray. 

Parents’ clubs (alternatively called parents’ associations) promote the welfare of, and provide support to, the school and its community. Parents are key partners in their child’s learning. By interacting with the school and other parents, parents’ club members can use their skills and experience to work collaboratively with others in supporting the school and its students and build a sense of community within the school. 

Beulah Primary School Parents Club raise vital funds through various fundraising activities and have supported the school is providing students with learning materials and resources to support the teaching and learning programs at the school which directly benefit the learning and wellbeing of students. Fundraising activities include pie drives, casserole lunches, raffles, cake stalls and supporting communities events and activities. As a result supported the school and provided students with end of term lunches, sports equipment, sand pit toys, maths resources, new decodable text and take home reading books, walk to school breakfast as well as subsidising student camps and excursions. 

For more information related to the Parents' Club and the requirements for the establishment, operation and support visit the Parents' Club Policy page in the Policy and Advisory Library.