6 April 2023

The invaluable role of Class Representatives

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The invaluable role of Class Representatives
The invaluable role of Class Representatives
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On 3 February 2023, the Junior School Class Representatives, committee members of Junior School Parents Association (JSPA) and Ms Kylie Baxter met for the first time this year.

Class Reps play a vital role in supporting the JSPA to build a strong community and to foster a sense of connection within the Junior School.

Class Reps may, on occasion, be a conduit for communications between the School and parents. Their primary responsibility is to guide parents to access the School’s various official communication channels (i.e. CareyLink, the Carey app, Canvas, Daily Messages). They also enjoy the opportunity to meet and work with parents at the School and they contribute in a positive way to the whole school community.

Class Reps are responsible for:

  • ensuring new students/families are supported as they start their Carey journey
  • acting as a contact point for the information needs of parents
  • arranging social events for parents in the class
  • assisting at various JSPA or school functions
  • setting a positive tone through the school community.

We are very appreciative of the way in which the Class Reps have volunteered their time to support the Junior School community and sincerely thank them for their contribution.

Junior School Parents Association

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