We encourage Parents,
Caregivers and Grandparents
to be actively involved in as
many aspects of school life
at St Gabriel's as possible.

Who can offer to volunteer?

  • Parents/carers or legal guardians
  • Grandparents, aunties or uncles
  • Older siblings
  • Friends and other members of the local community including Parishioners

Everyone has something to offer

  • Listening to reading
  • Helping out in the classroom
  • Participating in policy development or review committees
  • Helping out at school events and activities
  • Attending excursions and activities
  • As a member of the Parents and Friends or School Board

How can I become a volunteer?

Contact the school office, speak to a teacher or school leadership about the varied opportunities – then see our front office staff to register your interest, and collect your Volunteers Information Pack.

Before you start, you will need to

To help ensure the physical and emotional safety of not only the children at St Gabriel’s but of you as a volunteer, you will need to:

  • Fill in the CESA Volunteer Application Package and Volunteer Declaration.
  • Show us your Working With Children Check (WWCC). Don’t worry of you do not have one, our front office staff will apply for one on your behalf.
  • Complete a short on-line course on Responding to the Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect: Education and Care’ (RRHAN-EC) – also free and can be done at home.
  • Read through the Volunteer Handbook and Induction PowerPoint.
  • Finish the process with brief on-site induction.

Can't wait to get started?

Just download all the forms and information below:

Volunteers can have such positive impact on not only the students they help but the school community as a whole. We look forward to you working with us as a volunteer to make St Gabriel’s a better place for children to study, learn and grow.