Parent Involvement

At Kent Park Primary School, parents and school staff are strong partners in the children’s education. We encourage all parents and guardians to be involved as active community members. By interacting with the school and wider community, parents gain a firsthand understanding of how our school operates and the rhythm of school life.

Parents participating in school community activities build on their skills and confidence, develop friendships and work collaboratively with others interested in supporting the school. These hardworking and enthusiastic parents support a range of events throughout the year that help raise community funds to enhance our school resources, operations and facilities, to include:

  • Whole school community projects such as vegetable gardens
  • Air conditioners in classrooms
  • Soft fall mulch for the playgrounds
  • Playground equipment and classroom resources
  • New sport uniforms
  • Outdoor picnic tables
  • Upgrade of Prep playground
  • Sand kitchens
  • Upgrade of school oval.

The students continue to benefit significantly from the involvement of their parents. We appreciate the tireless efforts and dedication in assisting and supporting a variety of special activities to include special annual events such as Father’s and Mother’s Day stalls, Footy Day lunches and the Year 6 Graduation Dinner.

We look forward to the ongoing support from parents in our school community in a range of capacities to ensure that our partnership continues to provide the best possible learning environment for our students.

Parkers’ Club

At Kent Park Primary School, we believe the partnership between home and school plays a vital role in everything we do.

The Parkers’ Club is a group of parent volunteers who are a critical part of the support network for parents.

The Parkers’ Club organises social events to give parents the opportunity to connect with one another and the wider KPPS community, with fundraising events and special volunteers for important school events all part of the makeup of the association. Some examples of these events include Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day Stall, Trivia Night, Colour Run, Bunnings Sausage Sizzle, School Production, Prep Transition, Grade 6 Graduation.