St Lukes Grammar School


Current Parents

Community Engagement


St Luke’s Grammar School has an active and dynamic school community and warmly welcomes the involvement of parents and carers in a wide range of community activities and programs.  


Twice a year all parents and carers are invited to meet in a forum with the Principal and School Executive to discuss a range of topics in the public arena. Invitations and dates for the 2017 Principals Fora will be published in Grammar News.



St Luke's welcomes parent and carer volunteers to help with various activities including working in the Canteen, Uniform Shop or Library, reading programs in the Junior School, managing or coaching sports teams, or assisting with musicals, drama performances, joining the St Luke’s Community Choir and other events.


It is the policy of the Anglican Schools Corporation that all volunteers must provide a current Working with Children Check and all volunteers must complete the online check and submit their details to St Luke’s for verification. For further information see 


To volunteer please complete and return the Dee Why Volunteer Form.


For further questions, please feel free to contact Ms Kai Romot, Director of Development, Communications & Communities:

Class & Year Parents


Being a Class Parent or a Year Group Parents at St Luke’s is a valued and important role. 


We thank our Parent volunteers for their tireless endeavours to support the children and the School.


The role of Class and Year Group Parents is to:

  • Be an advocate for the School
  • Be a point of contact for fellow year group parents on social events (such as morning teas, dinners, picnics, Easter Egg hunts etc)
  • Be a supporter of School Events and School Values
  • Be an encourager of others to get involved in the School Community
  • Disseminate information about and encourage participation in School Community Events (such as Trivia Night and the mid-winter Family Movie Night.)
  • Liaise with the Director of Development, Communications & Communities


Class Parents are responsible for 'friend raising' within the community and any parent or carer can volunteer. Class Parents work within their year group to organise class or year group social events for families, for example, parent dinners, morning teas, welcome events, weekend picnics, Easter egg hunts etc.


Bayview P&F


The Bayview Campus has a formal Parents & Friends (P&F) Association. The Bayview P&F is involved with friend-raising throughout the year. Year Representatives are sought from each year to welcome new families, organise class or year group social events and to support from their child’s year. 


Class Representatives: Every class is represented by one parent who is a member of the P&F. The representative may organise social events for the class, class tables at functions and is actively involved in other areas of P&F work.


The Bayview P&F meets once a month during term time and new members are always welcome.