College Life






Penrith Anglican College’s inclusive and dedicated community are the heartbeat of our College. The College’s Parents and Friends’ Association (P&F) has been an active part of the College for more than 18 years. In that time, the dedication and passion of its members has contributed positively to our community.

In 2020 the P&F have initiated the creaction of a Penrith Anglican College P&F Business Register as an opportunity to assist our College Community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each business in the directory has a direct link with a College family

Each year the P&F organises a variety of opportunities for parents and carers to come together and connect as a community.

Projects funded by the Parents and Friends’ Association include the covered walkways; covered bus bay shelter; an electronic sign at the College entrance; classroom resources and equipment such as books, microscopes and cameras; and the replacement of the soundboard in the Lighthouse Theatre.

In 2017, the P&Fs fundraising efforts will see the inclusion of an orchestra pit in The Lighthouse Theatre performing space.

Executive Members

President: Sunny Hunt
Vice President: Bronwyn Goodwin
Volunteer Coordinator:

Meeting Dates

All parents are encouraged to become members. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month during school term (with the exception of July and October) in the College’s Administration Block from 7:30pm.

Meetings are currently suspending during the COVID-19 pandemic.



Penrith Anglican College is proud to have an inclusive and nurturing community which is the heartbeat of the College, with parent involvement in daily college life encouraged.

There are many opportunities for parents to be involved both inside and outside the classrooms. In our younger grades parent helpers are invaluable, assisting with Literacy lessons during Reading Groups each morning and during our Kindergarten Sport program each week.

Parents are welcomed to help in Visual Arts lessons in Kindergarten to Year 6, assisting the teacher during this very hands-on lesson.

An important part of the Primary Creative Arts Program is performance and parents regularly help the staff with costume requirements, including sewing and sourcing costumes for our annual Performing Arts Celebrations.

Parents also assist in the running of our Swimming and Athletics carnivals through timekeeping and supporting staff managing field events.

The College Canteen benefits from the assistance of parents to help prepare and pack lunches to deliver to classes and to work behind the counter at recess and lunch.

All parent volunteers must have a Working with Children Check number, this can be obtained here. For further information on volunteering opportunities at the College please speak to your class teacher, or contact the College on 02 4736 8100 or at .