Parents Voice in Government School Education


Advice and support

If you need advice, help or support with a school or Parent Club issue, please fill in our online Request for Support form (below).

  • We can only help with issues at Victorian government schools. (If you wish to raise a concern at a Catholic or independent school, see the Education Department website for more information.)
  • Parents Victoria does not provide health, legal, or financial advice.
  • Our advocacy support service is provided via email, phone and occasionally by videoconference. Due to limited resources, PV is currently unable to provide in-person advocacy.

Media enquiries

See our Media page.

Administrative enquiries

If you have a general enquiry about Parents Victoria (including sponsorship and advertising enquiries), please use our office email:


Our phone number is the same for all types of enquiry.

However, our staff time is limited and you may find it more convenient to put your enquiry into an email. 

Phone: 0419 716 171

Postal address

P.O. Box 1170, Craigieburn 3064

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Request for support

Before you fill in the form, this might help…

We have developed a Tip Sheet to help parents who need to have a conversation/meeting with their school about a matter they would like to raise. It’s two pages of practical advice, developed from our long experience of supporting parents.

Please read this information before you fill in the form. It will save time in the long run!

So that Parents Victoria can provide advice and support and/or make enquiry on your behalf with the school, DET or Government in regards to your matter, we need to know :

  1. The background to the matter (what happened)
  2. Individuals within DET/Government/organisations/agencies who you have contacted
  3. The current status
  4.  Your desired outcome (what would be reasonable actions taken by the School or DET to sort the situation).

When responding you are welcome to attach copies of relevant correspondence, however, we do still require a summary of key points via the form.

Note that the form also asks for your permission before Parents Victoria will discuss the matter with relevant individuals or organisations.

Request for support form