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P&C

The Clontarf Beach State School Parents and Citizens Association (the P&C) is an inclusive, voluntary, not-for-profit, organization affiliated directly with the school.  Operating under its Constitution, the P&C represents adults from the community, especially the parents and guardians of students at the school to promote the interests and facilitate the development and further improvement of Clontarf Beach State School.

The P&C works closely with the Principal, providing suggestions, ideas and feedback in representation of the parent community towards the School Improvement Agenda. The P&C also provide financial contribution towards the School’s Global Budget by way of business initiatives and fundraising activities held throughout each school year, and actively assisting the school with the numerous projects through its voluntary resources.

Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of each month in the school library at 5pm. everyone is welcome to attend.

Membership form

Code of Conduct

Student Protection

P&C executive

The P & C Executive is elected annually at the Annual General Meeting held typically in March. Executive nominations can be made by completing a nomination form  and dropping it into the office. The Clontarf Beach State School P & C adheres to the Queensland Council of Parents & Citizens Association (QCPCA) guidelines.

Executive members can be contacted via email pandc@clonbeacss.eq.edu.au through the school or by attending a P&C meeting.  All parents and interested members of the community are welcome to attend these meetings.

2017 P & C Executive Members

President - Gayle Wetzel

Vice President - Sharon Ostenfeld

Secretary - Katrina Collins

Treasurer - Kerri O'Grady

Respect Project


All Peninsula State Primary, High and Special Schools are affiliated with the Respect Project. The purpose of this project is to advocate to respectful interactions within and across our school and local communities. The launch of this project by our schools has grown to a thriving partnership with local business representatives and non for profit organisations. Our interactions are the positive model of the community we would all like to live and work in. The Respect Project can be followed on the website or Facebook page.