Parent Forum

St Ambrose has an excellent system of parent involvement, which works very successfully in our school. The Parent Forum covers a number of areas of school life including fundraising, class parents, grounds and environment, arts and celebrations, parent education, etc. Parent Forum oversees and provides guidance, direction, and support to the School Principal as well as ensures that there is a 'Parent Voice'  & 'Parent Community'.

The Parent Forum meets once a Term to discuss how the school is progressing, any support that is needed, or to discuss parental suggestions or concerns. ALL ARE WELCOME to attend these meetings, alternatively, meetings are live-streamed via the St Ambrose Facebook page.

Parent Forum is always looking for feedback and suggestions on the direction of our school, if you would like to raise anything please let us know.

St Ambrose Parent Forum Contact
For more information please St Ambrose Primary School Parent Forum Constitution
Scheduled Parent Forum Meetings: All families are welcome to attend in person or via live stream through St Ambrose Facebook page.
Next Forum Meeting: Tuesday July 25th 6pm – 7pm.

2023 Parent Forum Committee Members
Chairperson: Jeffrey Bottle
Treasurer: Peter Clark
Secretary: Emma Madders
Kindergarten Representative: Noni Lubans
Committee Member(s): Rebecca Mander
Committee Member(s): Please contact the Parent Forum to nominate

Class Representatives

Kindergarten Gold: Stacey Astley-Clark
Kindergarten Teal: Katherine Dawson & Katherine McGloin
Year 1 Gold: Clem Frost, Zoe Lount & Carly Devlin
Year 1 Teal: Gilly Hermosilla
Year 2 Gold: Lauren Bridges & Charlotte Rutherford
Year 2 Teal: Sam Sestito
Year 3 Gold: Sally Evans
Year 3 Teal: Lisa Hicks & Liz Urquhart
Year 4 Gold: Amanda Ross & Michelle Glasson
Year 4 Teal: Lauren Bridges, Leisha Michael & Kristy Bolger
Year 5 Gold: Kasey Ford & Lisa Hicks
Year 5 Teal: Micheline Lloyd
Year 6 Gold: Lisa Friend & Anna Ings
Year 6 Teal: Kirby Bressan


School Volunteers

Volunteers bring a rich and diverse mixture of culture, life experience, and expertise from their communities. They complement and enhance the student-centered care provided by our staff.

Our volunteers enrich the quality of life for our students and their families and are in turn, enriched by their experiences.

To be a Catholic school volunteer, you must be 18 years of age or older and have completed your schooling. You must be of good character.

We welcome and thank you for your interest in offering to be a volunteer in our school community. You are providing a gift like no other when you spend your time with us.

Applicants will need to have a current WWC number and complete this online form for the Catholic Schools Office, Lismore.