From the Principal
Start of Term 1
It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to Penrith Anglican College in 2022. I hope the holiday break has been an opportunity for you and your family to rest and refresh despite the ongoing challenges of COVID-19. 2022 is full of hope and great possibilities and I know it is going to be a wonderful year at the College.
We would like to particularly extend a very warm welcome to all our new students and their families to the College. You are joining a vibrant learning community where a strong sense of community and care is valued and nurtured.
This year, our enrolments have grown significantly across the College and we will start the year with over 70 more students. We also have 5 Kindergarten classes commencing for the first time in the history of the College. 2022 will see us develop our next Strategic Plan and a Master Plan for the College so we can continue to provide inspiring, challenging and engaging learning environments for our College.
Staff have returned to the College this week and they have been preparing for the teaching year ahead. Our professional learning has focused on the College theme for 2022 which is “Building Character to Serve Christ”. We look forward to sharing more on this theme as we move through the year.
This VINE is full of information families will need as they prepare to return to the College. At the beginning of Term 1, we will provide a full report of the HSC achievements of our students in 2021.
Mrs Felicity Grima
The College will continue to provide updated information to families in the coming weeks as regulations and requirements change. As always, our main forms of communication will be:
- Notifications on Parent App
- Website updates
- Text messages
- Website updates on the COVID portal
- Fortnightly VINE
The College remains committed to the safety and wellbeing of the students in our care. The COVID-safe practices we had in place in 2021 will continue in 2022 including but not limited to:
- increased ventilation with doors and windows open to create an air flow;
- use of outdoor and covered areas wherever possible in preference to indoor spaces;
- directing fans away from people’s faces;
- regular cleaning will continue throughout the day on high touch surfaces and the toilets as well as the playground equipment;
- tables and high-touch objects will be cleaned after use by each student and staff member;
- minimise sharing of equipment;
- hand sanitiser will be available in every classroom and at the entry to buildings with students required to use it as they enter classrooms;
- changes to College activities as required including postponing or cancelling activities that would be considered too high risk.
Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should not come to the College campus. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath (difficulty breathing), runny nose, headaches or fatigue. If students develop these symptoms during the College day, families will be contacted and asked to collect their child/ren immediately.
Any student who tests positive to COVID is required to follow NSW Health requirements under the Public Health Order for testing positive and self-isolation. Currently, the requirement is:
- isolate for 7 days following the positive test;
- leave isolation after 7 days if no symptoms (sore throat, runny nose, cough or shortness of breath);
- if there are symptoms after 7 days, then remain in isolation until 24 hours after symptoms have resolved. Note: if a person continues to have symptoms, they are able to leave isolation after 7 days with a medical clearance. Once a person who has tested positive to COVID-19 has finished their isolation period they can immediately return to school settings.
The PHO requires families to immediately notify the school of their positive result on a PCR or RAHT. Families will need to respond to the link provided by the College to note any positive tests.
Schools will no longer have to send cohorts home or undertake contact tracing when there is a case within the school. There will be no requirement to differentiate between close/casual contacts. Notification will depend on the contact the person who has tested positive had in the two days prior to being symptomatic or testing positive.
There have been changes to NSW Health contact tracing processes for close contacts and the introduction of a ‘household contact’. A household contact is a person who lives with someone who has COVID-19.
Only household contacts are required by NSW Health to isolate for 7 days unless the person has previously tested positive to COVID and ended their isolation for this in the past 28 days. Previously, those that had been with a positive case for 4 or more hours were also considered a close contact – the definition has been updated and this no longer makes someone a close contact (i.e. close contacts are household contacts only).
Any other individual that has contact with a COVID positive person is not required to isolate but is advised by NSW Health to assess the level of risk of the contact and respond accordingly. This means any exposure to COVID at school or socially does not result in a person being a close contact.
Returning to School after Isolation
Once a person who has tested positive to COVID-19 has finished their isolation period as detailed above, they can immediately return to school settings.
Individuals do not have to return a negative test to leave isolation as there may still be a viral load present in their system which may result in a positive test result. However, they are not likely to continue to be infectious.
RAHT Kits Collection
RAHT Kits will be available for families to collect on Friday 28 January through a drive-thru service. Two weeks’ worth of tests will be provided for each student (4 tests total). If you cannot collect your family's RAHT Kits on Friday you may come on Saturday January 29 between 9.00am-11.00am.
To make sure we can safely manage this service to ensure everyone’s health and safety, please see the times of when you can collect your RAHT Kits:
Pre-K to Year 2 9.00am-11.30am
Years 3-6 11.30am-1.30pm
Years 7-12 1.30pm-3.30pm
Families will be signed off once they receive their kits. Unfortunately, other families are not able to collect the RAHT kits on someone else’s behalf.
If you have multiple children across many grades, please come at the time of your youngest child.
Please enter the car park via the eastern gates (automatic gates) and proceed towards the College administration building. There you will see cones and signs marked to direct you to where you need to go.
Please ensure that you have your car park pass displayed on your windscreen and we ask that you are wearing a mask during this time. If you do not have your sign, please write your name in large letters and have it on display. This will assist staff greatly as tinted windows and masks can make identifying people in cars very difficult.
Twice Weekly Rapid Antigen Home Tests
Staff and students are required to screen for COVID-19 twice a week for the first four weeks of Term 1.
It is suggested that the testing occur on Sunday evening or Monday morning, prior to school beginning and again on Wednesday morning.
The results of those tests, both Positive and Negative, will need to be communicated with the College. A link will be provided to all families to assist with reporting the results. This information is kept private and confidential in accordance with the Privacy Act.
Under the Education Act students are required to attend school unless they have a valid reason not to do so. There is no provision available for an exemption from attendance to be granted for COVID-related absences. Schools should follow their usual processes to manage unsatisfactory attendance.
As required by the current Public Health Order, all staff at the College are fully vaccinated.
Families are strongly encouraged to consider vaccination for their children. We have no information to suggest that vaccination will be mandated for students. Evidence of vaccination could be requested in some situations, for example, as required by external venues.
Students Returning From Overseas
Fully vaccinated students, unvaccinated students under 18 travelling unaccompanied, and unvaccinated students arriving with a fully vaccinated adult only have to isolate until they return a negative RAHT (which must be taken within 24 hours of arrival). They also have to do another RAHT on day 6. They should carefully monitor for symptoms for 14 days. If they test positive, they need to follow the regular isolation requirements for testing positive.
Whilst children arriving from overseas who are under 12 years of age and who are not fully vaccinated are not required to isolate once they receive a negative RAHT test, they must not attend school until at least 7 days have passed and they have a negative result from their day 6 RAHT test.
Health advice continues to be that masks provide an important first line of defence in minimising transmission, particularly as the Omicron variant is recognised to be incredibly transmissible.
The protocols for wearing masks have not changed since the end of 2021.
Masks continue to be required in all indoor settings for staff and secondary students, as well as being strongly encouraged for primary students from Year 3 and above.
Schools have been advised that cloth and vented masks should not be used at school. It is recommended that surgical masks are used by staff and students at school. The College requests that wherever possible students bring their own mask each day.
Visitors to the College, including parents and carers – anyone over the age of 12 on the College campus who is indoors is required to wear a mask.
Parents and Visitors
Parents and Visitors on-site will be required to sign-in using the QR Code. Parents and visitors must be fully vaccinated to be on-site.
Pick up and Drop off arrangements
We will continue using the pick up and drop off arrangements that were in place in 2021 with the exception of Pre-K, Kindergarten and new families joining the College on day 1 of school who are able to have up to two vaccinated adults walk them in.
We ask for your patience in the car park as we begin a new year. Whilst we know that at times there are delays which can be frustrating, we ask that you remain calm and trust that the College staff are ensuring the safety of all our students.
Arriving early to collect your child/ren is not helpful, as it causes additional traffic and delays for all. Please keep to the times to assist us in a smooth afternoon pick up as possible.
Afternoon Pick Up Times
Pre-K to Year 1 2.50pm Infants Kiss and Run
Year 2 2.50pm Primary Kiss and Run
Years 3 and 4 3.00pm Primary Kiss and Run
Years 5 and 6 3.15pm Primary Kiss and Run
Years 7 to 12 3.25pm Primary Kiss and Run
Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and new families to the College
Up to two fully vaccinated adults are welcome to accompany Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and students from other years who are new to the College on their first day. The adults must check in using the QR code and show their vaccination status.
The canteen will be in operation via Flexischools only and students will not be permitted to visit the canteen to purchase items. We have arranged for lunch orders to be delivered to the classrooms at lunch time. The Canteen staff will be sending out more information including a new menu.
Students in Primary are encouraged not to order for recess as there will not be adequate time for receiving and eating the items.
The Uniform Shop will operate via an appointment system. Online ordering will continue to be available for parents.
Welcome to New Staff
We have a number of new staff joining us at the College in 2022.
Mrs Rebecca Finemore Pre-K Aide
Mrs Candace Lamplough Pre-K Aide
Mrs Melody Head Primary Learning Support Aide
Mr Matthew Asplin Primary Teacher
Mrs Aimee Tindall Primary Teacher
Miss Nikki Tallada Primary Teacher
Ms Vicki McGrath Primary Teacher
Mr Nick Lane Head of Performing Arts
Ms Corrine Robinson Mathematics Teacher
Mr Phil McIntyre Mathematics Teacher
Mrs Alix Madden Science Teacher
Ms Josefa Calfoforo HSIE Teacher
Mr Isaac Bingham PDHPE Teacher
Mr Mark Latham Science and Technologies Teacher
Mr Jacob Fleming English Teacher
Welcome back to the following staff returning from Maternity Leave:
Mrs Donica Marks Returning part-time to Mathematics
Mrs Rochelle Smith Returning part-time to Primary
Mrs Kimberley Crawford Returning part-time to Dance and English
Mrs Amy Harrison Returning to Administration
Mrs Helen Muller Returning to Primary G&T
2022 College Executive Team
Deputy Principal: Secondary – Mr Leighton Corr
Supports the Principal in the strategic and day-to-day leadership of the College with particular focus on the Secondary School.
Deputy Principal: Primary – Mrs Ljubica (Luby) Mansell
Supports the Principal in the strategic and day-to-day leadership of the College with particular focus on the Primary School.
Chaplain – Mr David Janzen
Leads the Chaplaincy and Christian Living Departments as well as the Christian fellowship, mission and outreach programs of the College.
Director of Operations P-12 – Mrs Wendy White
Oversees the daily operations of the College.
Director of Teaching and Learning P-12 – Mr Phil McMurray
Oversight of teaching and learning across the College including teacher accreditation and professional practice.
Director of Studies 7-12 – Mr Felix Kobus
Oversight of the academic program of the Secondary School.
Director of Student Wellbeing 7-12 – Miss Adele Crane
Oversight of the Student Wellbeing programs of the Secondary School.
Director of Student Development 10-12 – Mrs Fiona Wright
Oversight of the Student Development programs in 10-12 with a particular focus on Careers, CEP and Tabitha.
Business Manager – Mr Rodney Cosier
Supports the Principal in the management of the business, support services and property functions of the College.
College Term Dates 2022
Teaching and Learning
The Parent Portal on Edumate is one of the main forms of communication between the College and our families. It is important that you are checking the parent portal once or twice a week for any relevant communication or parent permission requests for excursions or sport.
You can view student timetables, classes and teachers by logging onto the parent portal and going to each child and looking at the timetable, which will start in Week 1. There still may be minor changes; in particular, to rooming however, the main fabric of the timetable will remain as is.
If you cannot remember your parent portal details, log onto Edumate through the link via the College Website. If you cannot remember your details click onto “Can’t login” on the bottom right hand side of the login screen.
Once parents have set their password in Edumate, you can download the College App and use this to read and update information on Edumate including recording absences.
Stationery Lists 2022
A reminder that the 2022 stationery lists for Years 3-12 are available on the College website.
2022 College Production Update
The scheduled rehearsal for Tuesday 1 February has been cancelled. More detailed information regarding rehearsals will be sent to families in the next week.
Miss Sophie Tucker
English & Drama Teacher / Head of House Ridley
Message from the Deputy Principal (Primary)
Mrs Ljubica Mansell, Deputy Principal (Primary)
We welcome you all to a new year here at Penrith Anglican College and trust that you have had the opportunity to rest and enjoy some quality time with your loved ones. We have included some information below that will allow families to prepare for the beginning of Term 1.
Diary Dates for Term 1 2022
Wednesday 2 February
Primary Information Evening
Tuesday 15 February
Primary Meet the Teacher Evening
Wednesday 16 February
Primary Swimming Carnival
Thursday 17 February
Primary Meet the Teacher Evening
Tuesday 1 March
NASSA Primary Swimming Carnival
Tuesday 8 March
Year 7 2023 Information Evening
Thursday 17 March
2023 Pre- K and K Information Evening
Wednesday 6 April
Primary Easter Hat Parade
Wednesday 6 April
Cross Country Carnival
Friday 8 April
First days of School
Pre-K 5- and 3-Day and Kindergarten begin Monday 31 January 2022
Year 6 Student Leaders begin Monday 31 January 2022 for leadership training.
Years 1-6 students return Tuesday 1 February 2022
Pre-K 2-day students begin Thursday 4 February 2022
The timetable is currently live on Edumate but please know that it is not final until Friday 28 January 2022 at 5pm. Teachers will all have copies of the classes on Day 1 of school returning so we can assist your child if they are unsure of their core classes.
All students in Kindergarten to Year 6 will commence in their full Summer Uniform and Summer Sports Uniform to be worn on Fridays only.
Pre-Kindergarten students will wear their Sports Uniform.
Please ensure that all uniform items are labelled.
What to bring each day In Primary
Students are asked to begin their lunchboxes and water bottles each day. We have water refill stations located around the school, but our bubblers are still non-operational. All items are to be labelled with your child’s full name and class.
Students will be given a diary that is required each day. It will be part of their uniform and is needed as an additional communication tool.
Masks are not mandatory in Primary settings, however, students are welcomed and encouraged to wear them while in the classroom.
All stationery and learning materials required as per the stationery lists are required from day one of school. Students in K-2 will have all their stationery items provided by the College. However, students who wish to bring their own pencil cases are welcome to do so. We do ask that all students in K-2 have their own headphones. Please ensure all items are labelled.
Classroom and daily times in Primary will be the same as in term 4, 2021 and are as follows:
8.00am Supervision Begins
Start 9.00am finish 2.50pm- supervision available until 3.45pm
Morning supervision begins at 8am each day.
Afternoon supervision will conclude at 3.45pm each day.
Staggered start times Day 1 Monday 31 January 2022
To assist with ensuring we are adhering to COVID safe measure and appropriately distanced; we will have a staggered start for KINDERGARTEN on Monday 31 January 2022.
K Green 8.30am
K White 8.45am
K Silver 9.00am
K Red 9.15am
K Black 9.30am
On the first day only, two parents, who are fully vaccinated, are permitted to walk their child to the classroom in the morning. Please check in using the QR code displayed at the front gates and have your vaccination certificates ready to show the relevant members of staff.
In Term 1, all Kindergarten classes will be ready to be collected from 2.50pm. Supervision will be available for all students until 3.45pm. If you require supervising of your child until 3.45pm, please contact your child’s class teacher. Parents are welcome to park and collect their child from the L Block ramp but are encouraged to use the College Kiss and Run system where the teachers will assist with afternoon pick up. Parents are asked to be socially distanced at all times and not to congregate with other parents and have discussions on school grounds.
Years 1 to 6
For new students beginning at the College in 2022, on the first day only, two parents, who are fully vaccinated, will be permitted to park their car and drop their child/ren off. Please know that for this to occur, parents must be fully vaccinated and will be required to show relevant vaccination certificates to relevant members of staff as well as sign in using the College’s QR code.
Morning supervision begins at 8am each day.
Afternoon supervision will conclude at 3.45pm each day.
All students in Years 1 to 6 will begin their school day at 8.30am.
Year 1 students will conclude their day at 2.50pm.
Students in Year 1 can be dropped off and collected from the Infants Kiss and Run Zone.
Year 2 students will conclude their day at 2.50pm.
Students in Year 2 can be dropped off and collected from the Primary Kiss and Run Zone.
Year 3 and 4 students conclude their day at 3.00pm.
Students in Years 3 and 4 can be dropped off and collected from the Primary Kiss and Run Zone.
Year 5 and 6 students conclude their day at 3.15pm.
Students in Years 5 and 6 can be dropped off and collected from the Primary Kiss and Run Zone.
If you have multiple children across the College, you are asked to come at the time of your eldest child. if your youngest child is in Pre-K to Year 1, you will need to collect them from the Infants Kiss and run Zone and then proceed to the Primary Kiss and Run Zone.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone as we begin 2022 and please feel free to contact the college if there is anything we can assist you with.
Mrs Ljubica Mansell
Deputy Principal (Primary)
Message from the Deputy Principal (Secondary)
Mr Leighton Corr - Deputy Principal (Secondary)
Welcome to the New Year. A year where we had hoped to commence with far more certainty and the demands of Covid behind us. While that is not quite the case, we can assure you that we are working hard to be well prepared for the start of the school year.
We do hope you all had a chance to rest and relax over the break even with so much happening with the pandemic. This letter will provide you with information regarding the start of the year and also the year ahead. We hope you find this information helpful in preparing for your child returning, or joining us at Penrith for the first time. If you still have questions, please feel free to make contact with the College and we will seek to address any concerns you may have.
The day commences at 8:30am each day and concludes at 3:25pm. Each teaching period goes for 53 minutes and students should expect 50 minutes of teaching/learning and then time to pack up and head to their next lesson. Our Mentor time will go for 30 minutes each day with a schedule noted later in this letter.
A reminder for parents in the Secondary school about our Mobile Phone Policy; students cannot use their phones from the hours of 8:30am until 3:25pm. The exception to this is for the first 5 minutes of recess and the first 10 minutes of lunch. This will allow students to check their timetable, room changes, any important messages or contact home. Of course, we know at times phones can be used for learning activities and this will be communicated by the teacher for specific tasks. Outside of these times we ask that students keep their devices away.
Phones used outside of the appropriate windows will be confiscated for the remainder of the day and parents contacted if there is a second or third offence in any term.
Our College uniform and sports uniform will remain the same in 2022 and the uniform shop is open ready for business. Please note that the uniform shop has moved locations and is now found in the L Block building. Details of our College uniform requirements can be found at: http://www.penrith.nsw.edu.au/enrol/essentials/uniforms/.
Mentor time timetable
The College seeks to provide students with a thorough and comprehensive school experience both in academic pursuits but also with a strong focus on well-being, and as a Christian school we endeavour to give every student a chance to explore the Christian faith and ask questions about the world and ensure that as young people, they are looked after and well connected with other students at the school.
Every fortnight students will spend time in their mentor groups, have a House Meeting (to be organized by their Head of House), attend Chapel, attend Assembly (which will be online to commence the year) and also have a year meeting for age specific content to be delivered. We will be resuming with our normal vertical mentor groups from the start of Term 1.
The table below gives some insight into the model we feel gives us every opportunity to help our students become informed and responsible global citizens who follow Christ and serve others.
Class Structure in 2022
There will be an academically high achieving class in each year group 7-10, but the remaining classes will be mixed ability, hence creating a more comprehensive learning environment for our students. 2021 assessment and testing data was used in the formation of these class lists. All classes will continue to have high expectations and will work towards the achievement of the same educational outcomes. Please note students will also have ‘creative classes’ for subjects like Music, TAS and will be completely mixed in Years 7-8.
The College carefully considers class placements for all of our students and ask that parents are supportive and understanding of the class their child has been placed in for the year.
School resumes for Years 7,11 and 12 on Monday 31 January, with all other students commencing on Tuesday 1 February. On both days we will begin with an Assembly and this will need to happen virtually. Details will be provided to students so they know where to attend. Students will then go to Mentor Groups to collect their diaries and timetables and complete other organisational needs. We will look to have all students in class as quickly as possible to commence their learning.
As parents, your primary contact person for general matters will be your child’s Mentor Teacher. For subject related matters we encourage you to communicate with the class teacher or Head of Department. The other key contacts of note are listed below.
Heads of House: Mr David Andison (Cranmer) email@example.com
Mr David Thurlow (Latimer) firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Sophie Tucker (Ridley) email@example.com
Mr Tim Pigot (Ryle) firstname.lastname@example.org
College Counsellor: Mr Jon Wright email@example.com
Director of Student Wellbeing: Miss Adele Crane firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Studies: Mr Felix Kobus email@example.com
Director of Student Development (10-12): Mrs Fiona Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Principal (Secondary): Mr Leighton Corr email@example.com
Principal: Mrs Felicity Grima firstname.lastname@example.org
Diary Dates for Term 1 2022
Year 7 Information Evening
Thursday 3 February
Thursday 3 February
Year 11 Information Evening
Monday 7 February
Year 10 Career Testing
14 - 18 February
Year 10 Career Profiling Consultation
Wednesday 2 March
NASSA Swimming Carnival
Wednesday 9 March
Year 11 & 12 parent/student/teacher Interviews
Wednesday 30 March
Year 7-10 parent/student/teacher Interviews
Monday 4 April
Year 7-10 parent/student/teacher Interviews
Wednesday 6 April
Cross Country Carnival
Friday 8 April
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter and I hope it has been helpful in giving some key information for the year ahead. I hope that your child has a wonderful year and can engage in their learning in a meaningful way in 2022. I look forward to partnering with you to help them achieve their best.
Mr Leighton Corr
Deputy Principal (Secondary)
Image Permission Withdrawal Form
Penrith Anglican College wishes to confirm that you are willing for images (an image can be in the form of photograph or video) of your child and/or details regarding their academic results or other achievements to be used in various media published in the public domain in 2022 or whether you would like to withdraw permission in 2022.
If you are unwilling to allow images of your child to be used in any way by the College, please complete the details and return the form to the College by Friday 4 February 2022. A new form is required for 2022 if you do NOT wish images of your child to be used even if you have submitted one in previous years.
2022 Student Residential Address and Other Information Collection Notice for Parents
The Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the department) would like to notify you that a request has been made for your child’s school to provide residential address and other information as required under the Australian Education Regulation 2013.
What do you need to do?
You are not required to do anything. Your school is responsible for providing the requested details to the department; however, you may wish to ensure that your school has the most up-to-date and correct details for your family.
Contacts for further information
Additional information about the Collection process is attached. Alternatively, please visit the SchoolsHUB Address Collection help and support page.
Uniform Shop New Location and Trading Hours
Please be advised the Uniform Shop has relocated to L Block.
We would like to invite all families who require their children to be fitted at the beginning of the year, to make an appointment. Due to the number of children who require new uniforms, we are only taking appointments at this time. This enables us to ensure there are no long waiting times and allows us to follow COVID-19 guidelines.
Appointments can be made by clicking the link below. It can also be found on the uniform page on the College website.
We encourage families to make an order online when possible.
Term Time Opening Hours are:
Tuesday 8:00am - 11:00am
Wednesday 12pm - 5pm
Friday 8:00am - 11:00am
If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us by email email@example.com and we will respond during store opening hours.
Sharon Louis & Tanya Barnes
Perm-A-Pleat Uniform Store
Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) - Camp Australia
Please be advised Camp Australia has relocated to M Block (behind L Block that houses Kindy, Year 1 and Year 2 classrooms).
As 2022 approaches, we look forward to collaborating with Penrith Anglican College to welcome new families. Starting school is a major milestone for them and this transition process can be both exciting and challenging for children – and we relish the opportunity to help families during this time.
Helpful information to get families started
To make this new experience as comfortable and positive as possible for families and children, we have attached our Parent Information Leaflet which includes information about OSHC, our tailored programs, and how to register.
Bookings now open for 2022
Families can prepare for the new school year as 2022 bookings for Your OSHC program are now open. Registration is free for families. We recommend that all families register so if they ever need or want to attend, all they need to do is book their session as we'll already have all the documentation we need from them. They simply have to log in and register through our Parent Portal, also available as a smartphone app, and start booking.
Opal Card Applications for School Travel 2022 Are Open
Students who need a School Opal card or travel pass for 2022 can apply now. A new application will need to be submitted if they are:
- Applying for a school travel pass for the first time, or
- If they are requesting an additional travel entitlement as a result of a new shared parental responsibility situation
Please see the attached letter from Transport NSW for more details.
Community Business Directory
The latest version of our Community Business Directory is now available for download.
The Community Business Directory acts as a link for business and families to support each other. This initiative has been created by the Parents & Friends Association for businesses of Penrith Anglican College families rather than a general advertising site to assist our College Community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each business in the Directory has a direct link with a College family.
Please note, the Parents & Friends Association, Penrith Anglican College and their staff will not be liable for any interactions or transactions that occur between any parties connected through this P&F Initiative. The Parents & Friends Association has not vetted the information, products or offerings provided by these businesses.
We will continue to update this document and post a link to the updated version on the website and the College App. If you would like your business to participate in the Community Business Directory, please fill out the form via this link. There is no cost involved.
We are excited to be able to support our College families in this way, and hope you find this Directory helpful.