Parent Advisory Group

The Parent Advisory Group meet once a term with the College’s leadership team to advise on the strategic direction of the College. The Parent Advisory Group is made up of two parent representative from each year group. Parents apply in writing to the principal.

Terms of Reference

The Parent Advisory Group consists of the principal, assistant principal and parent representatives. The role of the Parent Advisory Group is to provide parent feedback and support on the College direction in the following areas:

  • School Review and improvement (SRI)
  • Catholic life and religious education
  • Resources, finance and facilities
  • Curriculum initiatives
  • Students and their learning
  • Parent partnership, consultation and communication
  • Annual plan
  • Parent contribution to the annual school report

The meeting agenda may also include specific topics including:

  • Parent information
  • Special events

Other information:

  • The meeting format would be in a presentation style followed by time for each parent to comment.
  • All advice would be noted in the minutes and discussed at the DLSCCCaringbah executive meeting for the final decision. A report back to the Parent Advisory Group will be given at the next meeting.
  • The preferred parent membership of the group would be a parent representative from each year group (4-8 parents)
  • Meetings would be held once a term.

De La Old Boys

With a proud history spanning almost 60 years, De La Salle Catholic College Caringbah is now an intergenerational community. Despite the continual evolution of education and the many changes in the school over the years the spirit of the “De La” boy stands firm.

We value the input of our “old boys” and with the introduction of the iNNOV8 now project we encourage your involvement.

 Past Students

We invite any past students of DLSCCC to complete the Past Students/Alumni Records form. By doing so the College will ensure that you have access to the most current information about events at the College and alumni.

De La Old Boys’ Tie

As each Year 10 cohort graduates they are proudly presented with an old boys’ tie as a memento of their time at the College. This is presented by one of several “old boys” we have on our teaching staff.

These ties are also available to purchase from our College office.

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