Parent Volunteer Groups

Parent Volunteer Groups

Meet our Community

St Hilda’s School is made up of a strong community of not only wonderfully engaged students and staff but also enthusiastic parents, grandparents, friends and alumni, who give generously of their time and resources to support a wide range of school projects. It is a pleasure to introduce to you some of those community members who are active in formal volunteer groups and to invite you to join a group of interest.

For all enquiries please contact Community Liaison Officer, Mrs Simone Crowther: or phone 07 5577 7261

Parent Volunteer Group Meeting Schedule 2022

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Parents and Friends’ Association

St Hilda’s Parents and Friends Association’s quarterly meetings provide a forum for the School Principal and Support Group Presidents to present and share information about School and Community news and events. Meetings are open to all parents and are a great opportunity to engage with fellow St Hilda’s parents and the Leadership team.

Annual Events
St Hilda’s Fete, Cent Auction and Trivia Night.

Pia Willemsen

Vice President
Jane Strangman

Carolyn Salam

Joy Brown


Rowing Supporters Group

The Rowing Supporters Group comprises parents who support St Hilda’s rowers in three main areas:

  • Support of the girls at early morning training sessions with breakfasts and in making trips to Wyaralong Dam and beyond for regattas
  • Fundraising to purchase equipment and sponsorship
  • Offering parents and friends the chance to develop friendships while at regattas or attending one of the social functions

The tremendous show of spirit and energy of this enthusiastic group shows at community events and through to our winning girls!

For sponsorship enquiries, please email

Rowing Merchandise

Click the image below to view our range of Rowing Merchandise and Supporters Gear.

Click here to view the most recent Parent Information Evening PowerPoint

Andrew Cole

Vice President
Fiona Reeves and Grant Fill

Craig Welsh

Merchandise Coordinator
Rebecca Salmon


Thank you to our generous major sponsors:



Women’s Auxiliary

St Hilda’s Women’s Auxiliary provides a social contact for all mothers within our school community. It is an opportunity for mothers to meet a number of staff and establish friendships across all year levels.

The WA hosts a number of fantastic, fun events throughout the year which generate funds which are reinvested back into the School.

The WA sponsors the Fireworks at the Christmas Carols.

Their High Tea and Mother Daughter luncheon continue to be favourites in our social calendar of events.

The Second-hand uniform shop is run by the WA, the quality, value and sustainability makes everyone appreciative!

Ingrid Matruglio

Vice President
Rebecca Baird

Pat Chiene

Stacey Green


Secondhand Uniform Shop volunteers are always welcome. If you are interested in assisting, click here to email Simone Crowther.

Thank you to our generous sponsors: 

Fathers’ Club

The St Hilda’s Fathers’ Club welcomes all fathers and father figures within our community to regular meetings and events, allowing you the opportunity to connect and collaborate.

Click here for details on the Fathers’ Club main events and current goals.

Troy Theobald
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Chris Salmon

Matthew Budak

Thank you to our generous sponsors: 



Boarder Parents Support Group

The BPSG works to enhance boarding facilities for our girls and to address any areas that could be improved through consultation with families and staff. Exchange of ideas aimed at enhancing the happiness and care of boarders comes from the active BPSG. 

Wendy Henning
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Genevieve Sendall and Kathy Scholes

Liesl Richards

Linda Louw

Thank you to our generous sponsors:

Supporters of the Creative Arts (SOCA)

The Supporters of the Creative Arts group assists and extends our Creative Arts programs with particular emphasis on student performance and the support of excellence, including:

  • Promoting and supporting events showcasing Music, Visual Art, Drama, Creative Writing and Dance
  • Encouraging wider student participation in the Creative Arts
  • Assisting in developing parental and community audiences for Creative Arts activities
  • Conducting fundraising events as required by the Creative Arts departments

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Sally Fill

Vice President
Marney Salmon and Abigail Jackson

Bianca Park

Thank you to our generous sponsors:


Aquatics Club

Visit the St Hilda’s Aquatics Club Website

For all enquiries please contact:

The Aquatics Club is open to swimmers of all ages and levels. St Hilda’s students, family, friends and members of the Gold Coast community are invited to join the club. Aims and Objectives of the Club:

  • To provide a positive environment where swimmers produce their best possible swimming, whether it be a personal best time or reaching State and National levels
  • To provide dedicated coaches to support your child’s dreams, goals and desires
  • To help develop each swimmer’s values and character
  • Teaching of stroke technique and race strategies, the foundation on which our program is based
  • Individual attention within a team environment

Club Nights

Club Nights are informal, fortnightly events which enable swimmers to assess their own progress, practise under race conditions and attempt new events in a familiar situation. The events are seeded from slowest to fastest and swimmers will be racing against others of similar ability. Coaches attend Club Nights and provide swimmers with encouragement and feedback on their performance. Club Nights are an ideal introduction to competition and an opportunity to meet other club members.

Click here to learn more about St Hilda’s Aquatics


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