Parents at Balgownie Public School have joined a nationwide push for the Gonski report's education reforms to become reality.
The federal government commissioned the Gonski review into public education in 2010. Among its findings was that Australian governments needed to spend more money on schools and education - about $5 billion annually, according to the review.
Since its release, the push has been on to get federal and state governments to adopt this and other recommendations of the report.
"The Balgownie community supports the recommendations of the Gonski review," Balgownie Public School P&C president Gabi Martinez said.
"If we don't invest in our public schools, more of our kids are going to be left behind."
Ms Martinez is calling on people to contact state and federal education ministers and their local members and show their support for Gonski.
"We want to convince the politicians to act on Gonski now," she said.
"We want everyone to register their support.
"We need to let the politicians know that, as taxpayers, we want our tax dollars invested in public education because it transforms lives and it's a smart investment.
"The additional investment will mean smaller class sizes, more literacy and numeracy teachers and, most importantly, greater individual attention."