You are all invited to join in our 30 Years Celebrations! 14th June, 7pm Gresham Hotel
We've parked the usual parents council info further below. We are taking over this area of the website until 14th June!
Why? We are inviting you to celebrate with us 30 Years of Gaelscoil Colaiste Mhuire!
What? We have organised a night to remember!
Where? The Gresham Hotel
When? Friday, 14 June, 2019
Who? The invite is open to all friends of Gaelscoil Choláiste Mhuire, Past, Present & Future!
Details? To Celebrate 30 Years of Cholaiste Mhuire the parents council have booked the Gresham Hotel to host us for a Buffet Dinner, Irish Dancing, Music and Presentations!
Parents presentation to Séamus: Our school principal, Séamus Feiritéar, retires after 30 years at the helm this year and, we, the parents Council, will use this event to show our appreciation and to thank Séamus for his tireless work in the school over the past 30 years.
How? Simply purchase a ticket from any member of the parents council, pick one up from the school office or purchase online below 👇
Act Quick! Hurry as tickets are limited and you won't want to miss this very special occasion.
More info Please keep an eye on this page as more details about the night will be updated as the final pieces are pulled together,
Purchase Options - Online below or from school office or any member of parents council Advance Purchase is necessary
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FAQ's Q. I'm a new parent/past parent, I don't know anyone in the school? A. This is a great opportunity to make new friends at our school.
Q. Is this a retirement party for Séamus? A. No, whilst we will make a presentation to Séamus for all his hard work. The school/staff will organise their own retirement party sometime in late August. More details will follow in due course.
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Welcome to the Parents' Page of Gaelscoil Cholaiste Mhuire’s Website. We are delighted to have a very active Parents Council at our school. The purpose of this page is to keep you all up to date on the initiatives that the Parents’ Council is involved with. The Parents Council hopes to assist your children's school and to enhance our children's educational experience. We aim to help add little extras and attempt to fill in some of the gaps that educational funding doesn't reach in Gaelscoil Cholaiste Mhuire. We are always seeking additional members, so please come along to our meetings. We need your knowledge, help and experience. While fundraising is vitally important we all know that money is tight and we would love if some of you would help the school in practical ways. This assistance can be provided by all parents in a number of different ways, for example, by volunteering to assist with school events or by running/supporting school fundraising activities. We would be happy to see a few new faces or even just to get an offer to help out at some of the events during the year. Don’t be shy, it is your school too!
Our Objective To assist the school management and teachers in the education and welfare of our children. The Parents Council represent parents in formulating school policy with the Board of Management, Principal & Staff and welcome any feedback or suggestions from parents.
Our Action Plan consists of the following three key areas:-
Parental Involvement– To create opportunities for parents and staff to work together on common tasks and develop positive relationships for the good of our children. We strive to ensure that parents’ viewpoints are represented in policies and systems drawn up by the school. To work on behalf of the parent body to identify areas for development and improvement in the school and promote the work of the school.
Communication - To make sure that all parents are advised of any key issues that affect our children and enable all parents to express their views and wishes in a range of different ways that make it possible for everyone to contribute in a way that suite them best.
Fundraising– Fundraising events are very important in helping to provide the best possible school life for our children. The Parents' Council is responsible for organising various activities and social events throughout the year.