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Tingalpa State School P&C

A lot can be achieved through the Parents and Citizens Association (P&C) and school working together towards common goals.  To do this we need people from all walks of life who are committed to delivering great outcomes for your children and our school.

The more people involved in our P&C the more exciting and successful it will be.  Great results can be achieved for your children and our school - when we work together.

What is our P&C about?

Tingalpa State School’s P&C involves people just like you - parents, past parents and community minded people who want to help our school. The TSS P&C works closely with our school towards building a stronger school community - where all children benefit.

Tingalpa State School P&C aim to promote closer cooperation between the Principal, Teachers, Students and Parents.  We will provide volunteers at school events and coordinate fund raising activities with the money raised going towards improving the learning experience for the students at Tingalpa State School.
We provide information and reminders on upcoming events, and other relevant information via this website, emails, sms and the LED sign on Wynnum road.


Our meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6.30pm in the admin Building. 

The benefits of joining our P&C

Joining the P&C is one of the best ways to show your children how much you value their education. It is also a great way to meet other parents.

How do I join the P&C?

Joining the P&C is as easy as coming along to the next P&C meeting or by contacting the P&C by email.

How can I help?
Sign up to our volunteer register to help out on some of our fund raising activities.  Come along to a P&C meeting and have a say in how the P&C can support your child’s school.

Send us your ideas or thoughts through to the P&C via
The 2019 P&C Executive
President: Belinda Brough
Vice president: Kate Norris
Secretary:  Michael McMahon
Treasurer: Sachi Laroche
Fundraising Co- ordinator: Rachel Dunkley