​Our P&C manages a number of businesses to service our school community and generate funds for projects. Our primary businesses are the Tuckshop and the Uniform shop.

​We coordinate a number of events throughout the year to bring our school community together and help promote a fun and engaging environment for our kids. 


Our tuckshop was comprehensively remodelled in 2012 and is open for first and second breaks on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
It is run by our awesome Convenor Sally and a team of fantastic volunteers.

Follow the Chapel Hill State School Tuckshop page to receive regular updates and news from the tuckshop.
Our tuckshop menu is constantly being improved to provide healthy options for our student community.  

We serve a range of sandwiches, home made pizza, pasta pots, sushi and vietnamese rolls (Thursday only), salad boxes, snacks, frozen treats and drinks.  Gluten free options are also available.

Check out our full menu for all the available options. 
How to Order
Please remember that orders need to be placed by ​8:30 am

​Note:​ Sushi is only available on Thursdays, and orders must be placed online by 10:00 am  ​the day before.

Online Ordering
More and more parents are choosing to place orders online. This can be done through Flexischools at www.flexischools.com.au

The Tuckshop could not function without the contribution of parents willing to volunteer their time to prepare meals for our children.

A shift in the Tuckshop is a great way to meet other parents and share information.

Volunteers should view the new induction pack and 30 minute video (from Food Standards Australia New Zealand):

If you would like to volunteer please see Sally in the tuckshop or email chapelhilltuckshop@gmail.com

Volunteering in the tuckshop could be lunch preparation Wednesday to Friday, home baking or food preparation (afternoons before school pick-up).
Tuckshop Menu
Ordering Instructions
Paper Bag Ordering
Clearly mark child’s name, class and
the order with correct pricing. Place money in the
bag and deliver to tuckshop before 8:45am.
Our uniform shop is open every Wednesday from 8:00 am to 9:00 am and offers a range of new and used uniforms.

Orders can be placed over the counter or online via Flexischools.  Payments may be made by Eftpos, credit card, cash or cheque (made out to Chapel Hill State School P&C Association).

The weekly cut off for online orders is 10pm each Monday.  Your order will be included in the delivery to each child's classroom on the Wednesday or Thursday of each week. 
Check out the uniform price list for details of stock available.

Send an email with any questions to chssuniformshop@gmail.com

Looking for a way to get involved in the school, but don't have a lot of time? The Uniform Shop is the perfect place to help! Pop us an email if you're interested.
Price List
  1. Term 2 May
    Mothers Day Stall
    Our Mothers Day Stall is a fun opportunity for the kids to purchase a special gift to celebrate Mothers Day.
  2. Term 2 June
    Trivia Night
    This is an event for the parents! A great opportunity for parents to connect and have fun with other community members. There are always great outfits, great fun and just a little bit of dancing.
  3. Term 3 September
    Spring Fete
    Our Spring Fete is our major fund raising effort for the year. For more information about what our fete offers, check out the fete website:
  4. Various
    Sausage Sizzles
    We hold sausage sizzles at various school and community events such as school sports days and election days. They also allow us to connect to the wider community.
  5. Term 1
    Discos are a great event for our students to let their hair down and dance. We provide various catering options and other goodies for the kids.
  6. Term 3 September
    Fathers Day Stall
    Another opportunity for the kids to purchase a special gift for their parents and celebrate Fathers day.



We love  hearing from our community.  Fill in the form below to send a message to all of the P&C Exec members and we will get back to you soon.

Email Matthew, P&C President:

Chapel Hill State School P&C
20 Ironbark Road
Chapel Hill   Qld   4069
How the School Banking program helps the students and the school     
School Banking is a fun, interactive and engaging way for students to learn about money and develop good savings habits. Children who deposit money into their Youthsaver account through School Banking earn Dollarmites tokens, which they can save up and redeem for exciting rewards.

It is also a great fundraiser for our school. Our school receives $5 when a student makes their first ever School Banking deposit and 5% on every deposit made through the school (to a maximum of $10 per individual deposit).

Getting involved in School Banking is easy!
All you need to get involved in the School Banking program is a Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account. You can open an account for your child in one of two ways: 
  1. Online: visit commbank.com.au/schoolbanking and click on the link to open a Youthsaver account.
  2. In branch: visit a Commonwealth Bank branch with identification for yourself and your child, like a driver’s licence and birth certificate.

If your child has an existing Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account they can start banking straight away. They just need to bring their deposit in every week on School Banking day using their Dollarmites deposit wallet.

Visit commbank.com.au/schoolbanking to download and print this year’s Rewards Card.  There is also a fun activity sheet and a Savings Tracker your child can use to keep track of their School Banking deposits throughout the year.

If you'd like to know more about School Banking, please email jane.hallam@hotmail.com or visit commbank.com.au/schoolbanking

Jane Hallam & Helen Middleton
School Banking Co-ordinators
Join the Dollarmites on a savings adventure in the future with School Banking!

School Banking is on each Thursday morning from 8:20 am in the Tuckshop area. 

Every year the School Banking program launches a new savings theme and eight new exclusive School Banking reward items.

In 2017, School Banking is getting children excited about the future with a brand new look for the Dollarmites. As Future Savers, students will join the Dollarmites on a journey to reach the Savings Hover Park, an amazing playground up in the clouds of a hi-tech city.

There are 8 new reward items for 2017 from the Future Savers range:
  • Cyber Handball (Term 1)
  • Colour Change Markers (Term 1)
  • 3D Chalk Set
  • Tablet Case
  • Smiley Emoji Keyring
  • Volt Handball
  • Pencil + Tech Case
  • Epic Earphones

Win a family adventure holiday at Tokyo Disneyland!
This year, School Banking is running a Future Savers Grand Prize competition that will take one lucky School Banker all the way to Tokyo, Japan.  More information will be provided about the competition in future newsletters.