What We Do?

what we do

APFACTS provides a voice for parents and carers with children in ACT non-government schools by:

  • Contributing to the shaping of educational policy and practice through strong representation on a wide range of boards, education forums and committees;
  • Identifying and acting upon emerging initiatives on behalf of its members and working with local P&F’s on pressing local issues;
  • Being a strong conduit by informing parents of issues in the sector and informing decision-makers of parents views
  • Raising the profile of issues with stakeholders, political and government representatives;
  • Conducting media campaigns and information seminars for parents;
    promoting and supporting parental involvement and engagement in education;
  • Advocating for fairness and equity and improvement in educational opportunities for all children attending non-government schools
  • Respecting and representing the rights of parents to choose a non-government school education for their child without unreasonable financial disadvantage

We provide members with

Representation

on a range of boards, committees and education forums.

Parent information

information on current and emerging education issues and resources.

Parent events

events, workshops, webinars and conferences.

What we do

APFACTS provides a voice for parents and carers with children in ACT…

Management Committee

The Management Committee of APFACTS is made up of nominated representatives…

Representation

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