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Northern Sydney Region

 

Northern Sydney Region covers an area north of Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River, west to Silverwater Road; then north west to take in part of the Hills District; then north to the Hawkesbury River. The boundary to the east is the Pacific Ocean.

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List of Schools in Northern Sydney Region

 

1.

Allambie Heights Public School

2.

Annangrove Public School

3.

Arcadia Public School

4.

Arndell School

5.

Arranounbai School

6.

Artarmon Public School

7.

Asquith Boys High School

8.

Asquith Girls High School

9.

Asquith Public School

10.

Avalon Public School

11.

Balgowlah Heights Public School

12.

Balgowlah North Public School

13.

Barrenjoey High School

14.

Baulkham Hills North Public School

15.

Beacon Hill Public School

16.

Beaumont Road Public School

17.

Beauty Point Public School

18.

Beecroft Public School

19.

Belrose Public School

20.

Berowra Public School

21.

Bilgola Plateau Public School

22.

Boronia Park Public School

23.

Bradfield College

24.

Brooklyn Public School

25.

Brookvale Public School

26.

Cammeray Public School

27.

Carlingford High School

28.

Castle Cove Public School

29.

Castle Hill High School

30.

Castle Hill Public School

31.

Chatswood High School

32.

Chatswood Public School

33.

Cheltenham Girls High School

34.

Cherrybrook Public School

35.

Cherrybrook Technology High School

36.

Clarke Road School

37.

Collaroy Plateau Public School

38.

Cowan Public School

39.

Cromehurst School

40.

Cromer Public School

41.

Curl Curl North Public School

42.

Davidson High School

43.

Dee Why Public School

44.

Denistone East Public School

45.

Dural Public School

46.

Eastwood Heights Public School

47.

Eastwood Public School

48.

Elanora Heights Public School

49.

Epping Boys High School

50.

Epping Heights Public School

51.

Epping North Public School

52.

Epping Public School

53.

Epping West Public School

54.

Ermington Public School

55.

Field of Mars Environmental Education Centre

56.

Fisher Road School

57.

Forestville Public School

58.

Frenchs Forest Public School

59.

Galston High School

60.

Galston Public School

61.

Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre

62.

Gladesville Public School

63.

Glenhaven Public School

64.

Glenorie Public School

65.

Gordon East Public School

66.

Gordon West Public School

67.

Greenwich Public School

68.

Harbord Public School

69.

Hillside Public School

70.

Hornsby Girls High School

71.

Hornsby Heights Public School

72.

Hornsby North Public School

73.

Hornsby South Public School

74.

Hunters Hill High School

75.

Hunters Hill Public School

76.

John Purchase Public School

77.

Kambora Public School

78.

Karonga School

79.

Kent Road Public School

80.

Kenthurst Public School

81.

Killara High School

82.

Killara Public School

83.

Killarney Heights High School

84.

Killarney Heights Public School

85.

Ku-ring-gai High School

86.

Lane Cove Public School

87.

Lane Cove West Public School

88.

Lindfield East Public School

89.

Lindfield Public School

90.

Manly Vale Public School

91.

Manly Village Public School

92.

Manly West Public School

93.

Marsden High School

94.

Meadowbank Public School

95.

Melrose Park Public School

96.

Middle Dural Public School

97.

Middle Harbour Public School

98.

Mimosa Public School

99.

Mona Vale Public School

100.

Mosman High School

101.

Mosman Public School

102.

Mount Colah Public School

103.

Mount Kuring-gai Public School

104.

Mowbray Public School

105.

Muirfield High School

106.

Murray Farm Public School

107.

Naremburn School

108.

Narrabeen Lakes Public School

109.

Narrabeen North Public School

110.

Narrabeen Sports High School

111.

Narraweena Public School

112.

Neutral Bay Public School

113.

Newport Public School

114.

Normanhurst Boys High School

115.

Normanhurst Public School

116.

Normanhurst West Public School

117.

North Rocks Public School

118.

North Ryde Public School

119.

North Sydney Boys High School

120.

North Sydney Girls High School

121.

North Sydney Public School

122.

Northbridge Public School

123.

Northern Beaches Secondary College Balgowlah Boys Campus

124.

Northern Beaches Secondary College Cromer Campus

125.

Northern Beaches Secondary College Freshwater Campus

126.

Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls Campus

127.

Northern Beaches Secondary College Manly Campus

128.

Oakhill Drive Public School

129.

Palm Avenue School

130.

Pennant Hills High School

131.

Pennant Hills Public School

132.

Pittwater High School

133.

Putney Public School

134.

Pymble Public School

135.

Riverside Girls High School

136.

Roselea Public School

137.

Roseville Public School

138.

Royal Far West School

139.

Royal North Shore Hospital School

140.

Ryde East Public School

141.

Ryde Public School

142.

Ryde Secondary College

143.

Samuel Gilbert Public School

144.

Saturday School of Community Languages

145.

Seaforth Public School

146.

Sir Eric Woodward Memorial School

147.

St Ives High School

148.

St Ives North Public School

149.

St Ives Park Public School

150.

St Ives Public School

151.

Stewart House School

152.

Terrey Hills Public School

153.

The Beach School

154.

The Forest High School

155.

Thornleigh West Public School

156.

Truscott Street Public School

157.

Turramurra High School

158.

Turramurra North Public School

159.

Turramurra Public School

160.

Wahroonga Public School

161.

Waitara Public School

162.

Wakehurst Public School

163.

Warrawee Public School

164.

West Pennant Hills Public School

165.

West Pymble Public School

166.

West Ryde Public School

167.

Wheeler Heights Public School

168.

Wideview Public School

169.

Willoughby Girls High School

170.

Willoughby Public School

 

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About the NSW P&C Federation….

What is the NSW P&C Federation?

Its full name is the Federation of Parents and Citizens' Associations of New South Wales, but it is more commonly known as the NSW Parents and Citizens' Federation, or more simply "P&C Federation", the P&C or P&C NSW.

The NSW P&C Federation is committed to a free public education system which is open to all people irrespective of culture, gender, academic ability and socio-economic class which empowers students to control their own lives and be contributing members of society.

This commitment is based on the belief that:

  • All people have the capacity to learn.
  • The NSW Government has prime responsibility to provide an education system which is free and secular and open to all.
  • Schools should be structured to meet the needs of individual students and should respect the knowledge those students bring to school and build on that knowledge to foster their understanding about the world.

Parents, as partners in the education process, have a right and a responsibility to play an active role in the education of their children. P&C Federation and its representatives share a responsibility of ensuring representative decision making for the benefit of all students.

Membership of the P&C Federation is open to constituted parents' associations in all NSW government schools and to district councils of these associations. P&C Federation provides a range of services to its members, which include 2,100 school based parent organisations, as well as a large number of district and Regional Councils. The Northern Sydney Regional Council of P&C Associations is one of ten such Regional Councils.

The P&C Federation was established in 1922 and incorporated by an Act of the New South Wales Parliament in 1976. It operates at the national level through our affiliation with the Canberra based national parent organisation, the Australian Council of State School Organisations (ACSSO).

From the P&C Federation Constitution:

The objectives of the P&C Federation shall be:

(a)   To promote the cause of education and to facilitate community involvement in education.

(b)   To co-operate with the NSW Department of Education & Training DET and all community agencies interested in furthering education.

(c)   To assist in the organisation of associations, district councils and regional councils and to assist any such association, district or regional councils by financial or other means in such circumstances and such manner as may seem proper to the association, district or regional council and the Federation.

(d)   To carry out research into the problems of education and to co-operate with other recognised groups to achieve more effective solutions to these problems.

(e)   To establish and expend funds both for the general conduct of the Federation and to enable the Federation to carry out its aims and objectives.

(f)    The P&C Federation shall be non-sectarian and non-party political.

 

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