There are many opportunities for parents and carers to participate in and assist across the College and we encourage and welcome involvement in many ways.

Being involved in the life and culture of the College can forge strong friendships of families and can contribute to benefitting parents and students alike.

Parent Forums

Providing parents with an opportunity to feel welcome and involved in their children’s schooling journey is important at St Gregorys. The Parent Forums provide an opportunity for not only new parents but existing parents to come together over the course of the year and is a great opportunity to hear directly from our Principal, College Executive, and Staff. Additionally, the forums provided key insights into what is happening in the classroom and around the College along with insight towards the future vision of the College.

Parent Forums are held once a term in a combination of face to face and online. Parent Forums begin at 7pm in the Hermitage Room of the Brother Luke Hall.  All Parent Forums are recorded and shared with the minutes so Parents can view at a time that suits them and remain connected to the College.

These forums are held each term across the Junior and Senior Schools, please see 2021 dates below:

Monday 8 FebruaryTerm 1Year 7 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 22 FebruaryTerm 1K - 6 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 8 MarchTerm 1Years 8 - 12 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 17 MayTerm 2K - 6 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 24 MayTerm 2Years 7 - 12 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 2 AugustTerm 3Years 7 - 12 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 9 AugustTerm 3K - 6 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 25 OctoberTerm 4K - 6 Parent Forum – 7pm
Monday 18 OctoberTerm 4Years 7 - 12 Parent Forum – 7pm

Volunteering at St Gregory's

Volunteers are critical members of our College community and we warmly welcome current parents from Kindergarten - Year 12 to sign up as a volunteer.

The College is appreciative to all who give up their time and efforts throughout the year to help with College Events. There are many opportunities for Parents and Carers to participate in and assist across the College and we encourage and welcome involvement in many ways. Prior to registering as a College Volunteer you must have a valid Working With Children Check (WWCC) and have read the Policies for Volunteering located on the College Website.

For enquiries regarding Volunteering, please contact our Parent Engagement Coordinator Ally Buckley abuckley@stgregs.nsw.edu.au

We look forward to seeing you at one of our events throughout the year!

Events

St Gregory's College promotes and fosters a family community through cohort-specific and whole College events and school functions, giving staff and parents the opportunity to come together throughout the year.