Working with parents across both campuses, the Community Relations Office provides parents with opportunities to socialise, get to know each other and feel part of the school community.
We work closely with the parent committees and special interest groups in scheduling and planning activities to ensure the event is a successful and positive experience for everyone. There are many ways in which parents and family members can support the Schools’ programs and we would be happy to help you find a way that suits you.
The past students of Tintern Schools remain connected to the school and each other through the Community Relations Office and we always enjoy receiving emails and photos from past students. Most of these can be seen either in Factis magazine or on the website.
Located in Kennedy Cottage, behind the Uniform Shop at the Tintern campus, the Community Relations Office provides parents with a space for small social gatherings as well as meeting and IT facilities to assist with school community activities.
If you would like to get involved or just see what events are coming up on the schools’ Community Calendar, please drop in to the Community Relations Office and ‘say hello’. You can also contact Mrs Di Lacey in the Community Relations Office on 9845 7877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Representatives and Volunteers play a very important role in the life of the school. Each year we invite parents to become involved in activities which interest them and provide an opportunity to meet and work with other members of the school community. Download and view the parent involvement form here or contact Di Lacey in the Community Relations Office on 9845 7893 or email email@example.com>
2013 Second Hand Book Sale
PLEASE NOTE THE SECOND HAND BOOK SALE WILL NOW BE HELD IN THE GLASS HOUSE, CULLEN LIBRARY
2013 Second Hand Book Sale Information
Parent Volunteers from the Tintern and Southwood Community co-ordinate the Secondhand Book Shop every year as a service to the Tintern Schools’ Community. A commission of 10% is levied on books sold and the proceeds donated back to the School for the purchase of class sets. The Secondhand Book Shop allows families to purchase secondhand books and to sell current text books. If you would like to take advantage of this service please read the attached document carefully.
Please note there are a limited number of books that are not available to order but the school is purchasing a limited supply for class sets.
- Download Second Hand Book Shop Information
- Download Second Hand Booklist / Order Form
- Download Second Hand Book Ownership Labels
- Download Second Hand Book Trading Form
You can download the Second Hand Uniform form here.