CSPWA Guide to Building Relationships with your Government Representatives
All school communities should strive to have a good, active relationship with their local members of State and Federal Parliament, senators and local councillors. These local members are our representatives and the lives of our Catholic school communities are very important to them. The development of positive relationships with your representatives at all levels of government is immensely important as it enables politicians to know first-hand the great things happening in your school and to form personal connections with parents (voters). These established relationships mean that when there is an issue, they are more likely to take a personal interest and advocate on your behalf with the government or local council.
To learn more about how to start the process of establishing these relationships please follow the link to our
‘Guide to Building Relationships with your Government Representatives’