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In Partnership

Covenant seeks to be an extension of the Christian home, so parents will always continue to be an integral part of our school community.

Parent participation ranges from being involved in day-to-day activities to being part of the School Association. Our Board consists of Association members who lead the school as a parent body and ensure that the original vision of the founding parents is upheld.

Covenant is intentional about involving parents in the life of the school and providing ways for parents to feel part of our school community. For example:  

  • The Parent Involvement Program - Covenant encourages parents to be involved in the life of the school community. Each family with students from Kindergarten to Year 12 pays a Maintenance Levy that is waived when parents complete 24 hours of volunteer work in a year. Download PIP Information or download your PIP Declaration of Hours form.
  • The Covenant Prayer Group - A faithful group of parents and friends meet each week to pray for the school and community - more details below. 
  • The school community provides extra support to families in times of need.
  • Various initiatives are in place to build community among parents such as Café Covie, the Class Parent model, Community Freezer, Community Morning Teas, Working Bees, and community events such as Grandparents’ Day, Mothers’ Day, Fathers’ Day, Christmas Markets and many more.
  • Communication between the school, staff and families is encouraged. Parents are also invited to attend the various assemblies held each week.
  • Ultimately, a culture of servanthood and partnership is embraced amongst staff and parents.

Parent Involvement Program (PIP)

Covenant encourages parents to be involved in the life of the school community. Parents can volunteer in many ways - download the PIP information below to learn more about how you can contribute. 

PIP Information

Volunteer Code of Conduct

All volunteers are expected to sign a ‘Code of Conduct’ form to ensure the safety of all members of the school community. Topics include: 

  • Safety - Covering all physical aspects of volunteering.
  • Respect for Others - Staff, students and other volunteers will be respected.
  • Communication - Appropriate communication practices to be used at all times.
  • Prohibited Conduct - Inappropriate behaviour will be avoided. 

Click here to read or download the Volunteer Code of Conduct

Prayer Group

Prayer Group meets from 9.00 - 9.30am on Thursdays in T7. All are welcome to join the group. 

If you would like the Prayer Group to pray for you, please email

Prayer Group at Covenant