Volunteers

Current News - Duncraig

Friends of Craft starts at Duncraig Campus

Did you know that Friends of Craft meet regularly at the Duncraig Campus during school term?  All mothers, aunties and grandmothers are welcome to attend.  For more information, go to the Friends of Craft page.

$$ School Banking is now at Duncraig $$

  • Operating Monday from 8am in the ELC.
  • Operating Thursday from 8am in Primary School.

Enquiries to Lisa Galatis on 0404 684 150 if you would like to volunteer to assist.

Can you help in our Libraries?

Our libraries are looking for parent helpers to keep the library space in good order by covering books, tidying shelves and putting books away.  Any amount of time would be most welcome, so why not pop in after drop off and speak to one of our friendly library staff. Or visit our Library website for contact details.

Duncraig parents wearing their volunteer t-shirts to excursions!

Duncraig Canteen needs you!

The canteen needs help on Monday to Friday either 8:30 - 11:00am or 11:30 to 2:00pm.

Volunteers can help as often as they like, however most parents volunteer once per term or once per month.  

Canteen jobs which volunteers can assist with:

  • Serve students over the counter at recess
  • Help load dishwasher and put away dishes
  • Cleaning picnic tables for our Secondary students
  • Unpacking stock
  • Restocking sundry items
  • Writing up menu boards
  • Cleaning/sanitizing and sweeping
  • Prepping veggies and recess items

If volunteers are unable to come to the canteen to help, we also require assistance with deliveries to ELC (Tuesday lunches only) and to take home and wash our laundry.

Please contact: Marian MacFarlane at canteenduncraig@ststephens.wa.edu.au or call 9243 2434.

To contact the Carramar canteen, please email Heather Dosek at CanteenCarramar@ststephens.wa.edu.au.  If we are unable to answer your telephone call, please feel free to leave a short message and we will call back.

 

Current News - Carramar

$$ School Banking - at Carramar $$

The banking at Carramar Campus successfully commenced at the end of Term 1 and has been met with a great response!  Each Friday we see over 100 students eagerly line up with their money and all are extremely excited to collect the silver tokens.  The two volunteers Samantha Lear and Charlene Richardson, both mums at the campus, are delighted that their idea has been met with such enthusiasm and support by both families and staff at the school.

Jackson from Year 1 doing his banking.

Yoga classes now at Carramar

Chantelle Milner (a Year 5 Mum and Yoga Alliance registered Yoga teacher) will be running Yoga on Friday mornings from  9:00am to 10:30am in the Carramar Performing arts room.  

Yoga is a wonderful way to strengthen and stretch the body whilst calming the mind.  If you are new to yoga or a past practitioner that is keen to return to yoga you are very welcome join the group.  The sessions will be running at no cost to parents for Term 2.

For more information please contact Chantelle:

Can you help in our Libraries?

Our libraries are looking for parent helpers to keep the library space in good order by covering books, tidying shelves and putting books away.  Any amount of time would be most welcome, so why not pop in after drop off and speak to one of our friendly library staff. Or visit our Library website for contact details.

Carramar Volunteers Hub needs you!

We are seeking interested parents from the primary and high school who have a passion to equip and assist other volunteer parents in becoming involved in their school community.  The Carramar volunteers hub is now operational, so if you have a few spare hours each week and enjoy working with a small team, we would love to hear from you.  Please forward your expression of interest to volunteers@ststephens.wa.edu.au.