Parents and Friends Association
Meetings are held twice a term. Dates, agendas and minutes are published in the newsletter and via the Skoolbag APP.
Please come along, share your views and support your children.
Holy Cross P&F Executive and Committee. Click on a name to send an email.
President: Kira Rook
Vice President: Ashleigh Smith
Secretary: Peter Lambert
Treasurer: Joanne Cleveringa
Canteen Coordinator: Naomi Hughes
Uniform Coordinator: Lauren Doyle
Federation Delegates: Karen Smith
Playgroup Coordinator Deborah Micallef ( Holy Cross Staff)
Holy Cross Glendale has an active and engaged P&F Association.
The P&F Association is a group of parents and school staff who volunteer their time to discuss important issues that affect the school and to raise much needed funds.
The P&F are responsible for running the school canteen and organising fun, extra-curricular activities for the children who attend this school. Some examples are school discos, fun runs, Easter and Christmas raffles, Mothers' Day and Fathers' Day stalls amongst other initiatives.
Fund raising efforts assist the school in the purchase of resources and equipment directly linked to supporting children.
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle are committed to providing safe environments for students. Whilst we have a legal obligation to protect children, this commitment is central to our Catholic beliefs. At Holy Cross, we believe that all children have a right to a safe environment which is free from any form of abuse or harm. Further information can be found in the Parent Handbook. For any concerns or enquiries,
- Fill out an online application form at the Office of the Children's Guardian. When you have completed the application form, you will receive an Application number (APP) .
- Take this Application number and proof of your identity to a NSW motor registry or Service NSW Office. Once your application has been processed and you are cleared, you will receive your Working with Children Check number (WWC).
- Bring your Working with Children Check number to the school and fill in the Declaration Form. You will need to bring proof of identity documents with you for a 100 point check. Your WWCC number and form will then be sent to our Diocesan Child Protection Unit (Zimmerman Services) to be put on the new Register of Volunteers.