Marie Bashir Public School P&C Association

Welcome to our P & C

Hello parents & carers! The Marie Bashir Public School Parents & Citizens Association welcomes you to our school. P&C’s make the difference between a good school and a great school!

The primary objective of the P&C is to bring the wider community closer together. This includes school staff, students and parents / caregivers. The P&C runs multiple activities throughout the year to help us achieve this aim.

A secondary objective of the P&C is to raise much needed funds for the school. 

Here’s a list of all the resources the P&C donated to the school this year:

  • An Art Teacher for 3 days per week – $60,000
  • Kiln for Art Program – $18,000
  • Literacy & Numeracy resources – $17,000
  • Learning Support Teacher – $20,000
  • Laptops for STEAM – $14,000
  • Air-conditioners – $4,700
  • Musical instruments for orchestra – $9,000
  • P&C Community BBQ – $500

So, Who’s the P&C Anyway?

Well, it’s you! The parents and carers! The P&C is just a bunch of parents, grandparents, and carers who come together to help organise events, fundraisers and volunteer at P&C projects.

We are also an incorporated organisation and registered as a charity with ACNC.

The current P & C committee includes:
President: Yen Yee
Vice Presidents: Fan Wu & An Duong
Secretary: Isabel Galea
Treasurer: Karen Wang
Executive Members: Sam Mufti, Anne Lieu, PJ Sullivan & John Krebs

Marie Bashir Public School P&C Meetings

Be one of the first to hear from our Principal, Ms Attard and ask questions at our regular P&C meeting. Take the great opportunity to meet other parents by attending our P&C meetings held twice a term.

We now conduct our meeting via Zoom as a COVID precautionary measure.

Membership is only $1 per year, and this gives you voting rights to help our school towards quality education for our children. We invite you to our next Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 2nd December, 6.30pm. Non-members are most welcome to join the meeting.

Services & Events

Visit our website,, like our Facebook page, or email to be added to our email list, for regular updates from your P&C and our school activities.

Social Committee

Throughout the year, we organise various events and fund raisers such as the Welcome Back BBQ each term, Family Fun Fair, Art Show, Movie Nights and disco.

The ‘Let’s Have Art for the Future’ Art Program

Supported by the Packer Family Foundation and the Crown Resorts Foundation Grant providing a specialist Art Teacher and additional specialist art resources to our school and children.

School Uniform Shop

School Uniform Shop is our sole provider of the MBPS uniform. Our shop opens by appointment only, staffed by our friendly volunteers. School uniforms are available for purchase online at

School Banking

School Banking is a fun way for our children to learn how to save. For every 10 school banking deposits our children receive a reward and they love it! To find out more visit

Grant Writing

Grant Writing is an important function of the P&C where our team of grant writers apply for additional funding, resources, and facilities for our school.

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day stalls are a lot of fun for children, parents, and carers. Our fathers organise the Mother’s Day gifts and stall, and our mothers organise the Father’s Day gifts and stall. Our children always get very excited on these days!

How do I get more information or join?

To find out more, come to the next P&C meeting held twice a term, on a Wednesday in week 3 and week 8. Otherwise, send us an email to and one of our friendly team members will respond to you.

Keep up to date by joining our email distribution list ( or like our FaceBook page (, or check out our website (

To join the P&C and become a 2021 financial member, it only costs $1.00! Cheaper than chips! Just fill out the membership form available in the school office, and drop it with $1.00 into the YELLOW P&C box in the school foyer. 


Our normal operation has been curtailed to protect our school community. We are increasingly forced to resort to online alternatives. If you have any suggestions or feedback on how we can deliver information / reach out to you, please let us know. We appreciate your patience and co-operation in these unprecedented times.
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