Broughton Anglican College strongly encourages the involvement of parents in the education of their children and views the link between parents and the school as a genuine partnership.
There are many ways in which parents can become an integral part of College life. For example, parents can assist the Junior School class teachers and with reading and numeracy groups.
The Broughton Anglican College Parents Committee provides the opportunity for much of the parental activity that takes place at the College. All families are encouraged to be involved where they can and many have made a significant contribution to the College through involvement in the Parents Committee. The community spirit that is engendered from being part of a group of like-minded parents with a common purpose and the many life-long friendships that are formed as a result are extremely rewarding for all involved.
The principal aims of the Parents Committee are to promote and maintain the interests and welfare of the College and its students, and to provide the College with amenities, equipment and apparatus for the benefit of the College and its students. To this end, the Parents Committee undertakes a wide variety of fundraising activities throughout the year, from Mother’s and Father’s Day Breakfasts and stalls to the unique Broughton Country Fair. In addition social events are held throughout the year to allow families from across the College to have fellowship with one another.
For more information about the Parents Committee, or to gain a parent’s perspective on College life, please feel free to contact members of the Executive Committee through the College Office.