Catholic Education South Australia

Parent Community

There are many ways to engage in your child’s learning at Tenison Woods College and become involved in the life of the school community. 

Whether it’s as a member of the Parents and Friends Committee, volunteering to help in the canteen, listening to reading, helping out in the classroom, being a Learning Assistance Program (LAP) volunteer, being involved in the development and reviews of school policies, helping out at school events, joining the School Board, assisting in working bees, attending school social events, attending parent information evenings – the list is endless.


Parent Representatives

We are always looking for interested parents to become Parent Representatives of their child’s class from Reception through to Year 8. The nature of the Parent Representative role will differ according to the developmental age of students in the class. 

Parent Representatives will assist the classroom teacher in welcoming families to the class and the school. They will also be involved in liaising with families and the teacher to facilitate strong communication, providing a sounding board for parents in relation to questions or concerns they may have about their child’s learning and wellbeing. Where appropriate, a Parent Representative may facilitate or coordinate gatherings for parents and families in the spirit of strengthening positive relationships. 

If you are interested in becoming a Parent Representative for your child’s class, please get in touch with Jennie Sanderson sandj@tenison.catholic.edu.au


Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

The PTA is a fantastic way to meet other families, create friendships and become involved in fundraisers and events at the college.

If you would like to be a part of the PTA, please contact Jennie Sanderson sandj@tenison.catholic.edu.au or like and follow the official PTA Facebook page.

 

Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.