Parents' Council

A number of parents are elected to form the Parents’ Council at the Annual General Meeting of parents each year. The Parents’ Council meets generally once a month and acts as a representative body that:

  • Represents the views of parents
  • Informs parents of developments in education and in the school
  • Fosters co-operation between parents, teachers and school leadership
  • Provides opportunities for parents and the school principal or representative of staff to meet and exchange ideas on the education of their children, to discuss issues such as discipline, homework etc. and to address topics of mutual interest
  • Helps with the provision of extra equipment and fundraising
  • Parents Council help fundraise for our annual Student Bursary

Parents who wish to become actively involved in the school are welcome and encouraged to join the Parents’ Council.

Opportunities for Parental Participation

Throughout the year parents are invited to attend information briefings such as:

  • Parent/Guardian Information Briefing at the beginning of each school year
  • Subject and Programme choice Information Evenings
  • Cyberbullying and Digital Citizenship
  • Dyslexia and Special Education Needs
  • Positive Parenting
  • CAO Information
  • TY/LCA Information Briefing
  • Tour briefings for each group travelling
  • Graduation and Awards Night
  • Annual Parent Teacher meetings
  • Personal appointments
  • Guest speakers such as Jacinta Kitt and Coleman Noctor
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