Frequently Asked Questions

How can I / we become involved in the life of the school community?

Parents are encouraged to become actively involved in their children’s education at St Michael's. Ways you can help in your child’s classroom are listed above. Other ways of becoming involved are volunteering to help in the canteen, attending special days and events such as school liturgies or performances, helping at special events such as sporting carnivals, working bees, fundraising committes etc

All are invited to become members of the Parents and Friends Committee, who work collaboratively with the school and parish community about matters regarding quality education for all children, and general issues about school life, including social events, fundraising and finances.

Will I be able to come and help in the classroom?

Yes, each grade will be different, but parents often participate and contribute in the classroom. This could include helping with reading and literacy programs, mathematics groups, technology, craft, or by offering expertise in a particular area of interest, such as Indigenous Education or Music.

Parents are however required to complete a School Volunteer Declaration

From where can I purchase the school uniform?

Lowes located in Stockland Shopping Centre, Nowra

Do you have a healthy canteen?

The canteen is operated by a company called Made Fresh each day and aims to provide healthy food choices for children. Lunch orders are available Monday to Friday. A menu with price list is available through the SkoolBag app.

Just a reminder that children should not have large amounts of money at school. Students are not permitted in the canteen due to Work, Health and Safety regulations. For more information please refer to ‘Healthy Canteens’ which is located on the NSW Health website:

Is there an anti-bullying policy in place at the school?

At St Michael's we believe that all members of the community have the right to a learning and working environment free from intimidation, humiliation and harm. We all share a responsibility to create a culture of caring which will not tolerate bullying. We believe that bullying must be taken seriously and is not acceptable in any form. In witnessing Christian values we reject ideas, beliefs and behaviours, which marginalize or victimize people. 

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