Parental Involvement

At St Andrews College we believe that parents are the first educators of their children. It is very important that parents continue to take an active part in their child’s education.

The following are the ways parents can become involved at St Andrews College:

Reading The College News

Stay informed about student achievements, meetings, committees, and what’s happening in the College community, by reading The College News. It is emailed every second Friday and archived on the school website.


Assemblies are a time when our school showcases and celebrates students’ talents and achievements. Parents are always welcome to join us in the hall, on the Junior campus every second Friday at 9:50am.

Sports Carnivals

Support your children by cheering them on as they try for a personal best! Read The College News for times and locations, or refer to our upcoming events calendar.

Helping in the Canteen

Volunteers for the canteen are always needed, just contact Chris or Muriel (Canteen Managers) between 9.00am  - 10:15am. Ring the school office and ask them to connect you to the junior campus canteen.

Become a 'Reading Tutor'

The Reading Tutor program is aimed at improving students’ reading and comprehension skills. Students work with parents and Year 10 tutors twice a week (8.30 - 9.00am), in the school library. The Reading Tutor program is achieving excellent results and we currently have many students on a waiting list. Tutors will be given full training and assistance throughout the program.