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Jamison High School

Jamison High School

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Parents, carers and the community

It takes a village to raise a child

At Jamison High School we recognise the importance of building strong links with our parents, carers and local community to provide safe and supportive learning environments for our students.

Please see the links below to find out more:

House pavilians purchased by P&C

Parents and citizen's association (P&C)


Our parents and citizens’ association (P&C) is made up of a highly dedicated organisation of parents and carers, teachers and community members. We recognise the importance of a community voice in supporting our students and meet regularly to contribute to decision-making, developing policies and management plans as well as fundraising.

Students attending a university open day

University and TAFE partnerships


Find out more about TAFE- delivered vocational education and training courses (TVET), school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, job-seeking websites and further advice for parents and families assisting their child in the transition from school to work. There is also information about applying for undergraduate courses through UAC.

STEM transition students teaching primary school students

Partner primary schools


Jamison High School works closely with our local primary schools. We have several joint initiatives to build student leadership skills (such as the STEM Transition program) as well as the Year 6 into 7 Orientation days. 


Links to our partner primary school websites can be found here.

Students attending Panthers on the Prowl program

Panthers on the Prowl


The Panthers on the Prowl Secondary Schools Program run by Penrith Panthers that aims to provide high school students in the local community area with unique opportunities and broader awareness of different careers and career pathways available to them.

Parents and teachers in the school for parent-teacher interviews

Parent-teacher interviews


Parent-teacher interviews can sometimes be a little daunting, especially if we weren’t the most enthusiastic students ourselves. But these opportunities to touch base with your child’s teachers are important and you shouldn’t miss them.


Visit this page for tips about how to get the best out of your time with the teacher.

School barbeque organised by scripture volunteers

Volunteering at school


Helping out at school is a great way to get involved in your child’s education as well as get to know the staff and other parents and carers. Research shows that children benefit when their parents or carers are actively involved in their education and school life. 

More from the NSW Department of Education:

As a parent or carer, you are an important part of our school community. We offer a range of services to support you and your family.

Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C)

Our Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C) is made up of parents and carers, teachers and community members. The P&C meets regularly to contribute to decision-making, developing policies and management plans as well as fundraising.

Counselling for families

The school counsellor can assist when families undergo a trauma or big change. Contact us to make an appointment. For information in community languages, see school counselling service.

Outside of the education system, free telephone counselling services are available to support families who may be going through a difficult time.

  • Lifeline – 24-hour telephone counselling service. 13 11 14.
  • Mensline Australia – 24-hour telephone counselling service for men. 1300 789 978.
  • Parent line – 24-hour advice and information service. 1300 1300 52.

Interpreting and translations

We will help you communicate with our school. If you’d like an interpreter for a school meeting, let us know and we will arrange one, if available.

If you don’t speak or understand English well and want to contact us, call TIS National on 131 450 and ask for an interpreter in your language. The operator will call the school and get an interpreter to help. This service is free.

For more information, listen in your language.

Visit the department’s translated documents section for important information that’s relevant for your child’s education in many languages.