The P&C voted on its 2018 Forecasted Budget at it's Annual Budget Meeting on Monday 12th March.

The new requests for 2018 were approved and are outlined below:

 Priority

Project Name

Description

Amount Approved

 1 Library New materials and replacement library books $2,500
Facilities ECE playground upgrade - phase 1 Kindergarten upgrade (though we are aiming for a grant) $15,000
Maths PP resources, Paul Swan resources, general calss hands on resources $3,500
Facilities Phase 2 Nature play upgrade $9,000
PE Classroom sports equipment $2,000
Emotional Intelligence & PBS Woodlands doors and Protective Behaviours kits $5,000
Music Jump Jam and instrument repair (these are classroom instruments not SIM instruments) $2,000
8 English PP Puzzles 700
9 School Mural To improve the entrance to the early childhood area by developing a school mural as part of a STEAM project to imbed sustainable practises in all classes. Artist Kyle Hughes Odgers to assist $10,000
10 Facilities Classroom power point upgrade $7,384
Total     $57,084

 We also confirmed funding of the usual items we fund every year, as outlined below.

 Project Name Description Amount
Teacher Allocations The P&C allocates $150 per class and specialty subject. In 2018 we have 24 teacher allocations. $3,600
Year 6 Leavers T-Shirts Subsidy Every year the P&C allocates $50 per graduating student towards the cost of their graduation shirt. In 2018 there are 62 year 6 students. $3,200
Allocation for Orchard upkeep A yearly allocation to cover maintenance and upkeep of the school's orchard $2,000
Canteen Equipment Upgrade Each year the canteen requires new equipment and to replace broken items. $500
Uniform Shop Each year the uniform shop requires new equipment and to replace broken items. $250
Total   $9,550

This equates to a total spend of $66,634 for 2018.


Previous Year's Budgets

The tables below outline where the P&C has spent it's fundraising dollars in previous years.

In 2017 the P&C funded:
Mathematics: new materials $1,275 
Music: Jump Jam, new instruments and repair old instruments (NB: this is for class usage not for the SIM program)
$3,948
Science & Technology: additional resources to complete class sets  $5,000
PE: eplenish the class sets outside each classroom Yr1-6 $2,900
Shade Sailreplace the shade sail over the playground outside rooms 18 and 19 (AKA school banking area) $5,000
Bike Enclosure: create a secure area behind the Library, for students to store their bikes, scooters and helmets.
$5,000 
Teacher Allocations  $3,600
Year 6 Leavers Shirt Subsidy $2,050 
Orchard Upkeep $638 
Total $29,411 

 

In 2016 the P&C funded: 
English: Decodable Readers  (K-4), Guided Reading Resources (Yr2-6), Springboard Interactive CD  $22,946
Science: Edison Robots Classroom Pack, Beebots 12-pack +, Little Bits Base Kit, Spheros, Portable light box, Augmented reality sand box, Solar Oven  $6,415
Re-surfacing of the school sports courts

 $48,685

Air conditioning for PP1 and PP3  $5,100
Hokki stools  $840
Teacher Allocation $3,750
Mathletics Subsidy $2,000
Year 6 Leavers Shirt Subsidy $2,600
Orchard Maintenance $1,384
Total $93,350

  

  In 2015 the P&C Funded:
New ropes playground (Stage 1 of the playground upgrade):  $59,338
School Mosaic  $21,000
Urban Orchard $3,039
Teacher Allocations $3,750
Year 6 Camp Subsidy $2,800
Mathletics Subsidy $2,000 
New Fridge for Canteen $1,199
Total $93,126

  

  In 2014 the P&C Funded:
 Urban Orchard  
 Improvements to school grounds signage  
 Laptops and interactive whiteboards for classrooms  
 As well as the teacher allocation and year 6 camp subsidy  
 50th Anniversary Morning Tea Funding  
Connect with us :
General Email: woodlandspandc@gmail.com
Facebook Group : Woodlands Primary School, WA
Our username for page searches : @WoodlandsPrimarySchool.WA
Our page: fb.me/WoodlandsPrimarySchool.WA
P&C bank account details:
BSB: 016-334
Account: 3409-59357
Reference: Eldest Child’s Name
Or payments can be dropped off to the P&C box in the school’s main office.

 

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