Ermington Public School

Virtus in Arduis - A quality education in a caring environment

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Social and Fundraising Events

Together with the assistance of class parents, the P&C put on several events throughout the year which are enjoyable for kids and parents, and a good way for people to get together, building a stronger sense of local community. Yearly events are coordinated by class parents and additional events are put on throughout the year. These include but are not limited to:

  • School Fete
  • Movie Nights
  • Children’s Discos
  • Trivia nights
  • Car Boot Sales
  • Family Portraits
  • K-2 Party Days
  • 3-6 Party Days
  • Welcome BBQ
  • Mother’s Day Breakfast
  • Father’s Day Breakfast


Kindergarten Coordinating

Father's Day Stall & Breakfast 

New Kindy Orientation 


Year 1 Coordinating

Tears and Cheers (for new Kindergarten parents)

Mothers Day Stall & Breakfast

1-2 Cake Stall 


Year 2 Coordinating

K-2 Easter Raffle & Morning Tea

1-2 Cake Stall 


Year 3 Coordinating

Grandparents Day Morning Tea 

3-4 Cake Stall


Year 4 Coordinating

3-6 Athletics Carnival Sausage Sizzle

3-4 Cake Stall


Year 5 Coordinating

Education Week Morning Tea


Year 6 Coordinating

Year 6 Mini Fete

2019 Calendar of Events

2019 is a school Fete year (June 2019) and preparations are already on the way. The Fete is a biannual event held on the school grounds which includes children’s activities, shopping, rides, cakes/food stall and many giveaways. It is our biggest school community event and you will have the opportunity to help volunteer and support this next year.

Through the generosity of sponsors, parents and profits from the above P&C activities, the P&C have contributed thousands to the school for use in learning support, mathematics,
literacy, science and creative arts resources. In 2016/2017 the following funds were given back to the school:

  • Over $34,000 for an extra support teacher
  • Over $17,000 for classroom flip tables
  • Over $2,300 in additional, literacy and maths resources
  • $23,000 in additional technology resources such as iPads and charging stations
  • $39,000 spent on covered walkways on school grounds