What is the Parents & Carers Hub?

The P&C Federation's Hub is for ALL parents and carers of children attending public schools in NSW. It is a collaborative online space with curated resources designed to inspire and support you as you support our students. 

It’s a purpose-built FREE hub and online community designed to connect, inform and engage parents and carers. Its user-generated repository of content drives knowledge sharing about issues impacting all students, parents and carers.

Vibrant online community and network of parent and carer discussions. Our Parent Community discussions are easy, safe and relevant. Contribute content, comment on topics that matter to you!
Informative, interactive and thought-provoking resources from Australia and overseas that focus on the intersection of education, parenting and families. Check out our Tools & Tips page, and the Hub library.
Engage - use your voice to inform and influence decisions of stakeholders in education and parenting. Head to the Parent Voices page to get involved.

How do I get involved?

Just start exploring! It's free and easy

You don't need an account to view the pages on the Hub, only if you want to make a post.

Check out handy Hub Quick Start Guide to learn more about the features and resources on offer.

If you decide to sign up for an account, learn how to build your profile and start receiving updates on the topics that will make a difference to you.

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