Date: February 12th
Location: The Walnut Room
We are formalising the structure of our PTA at present. We are looking for 10 – 15 parents who can fully commit to our PTA to ensure we can be a consistent, positive influence in our schools’ development.
Meetings will take place once per month for one hour. Our next meeting is Wednesday 12th February from 8.30am – 9.30am.
If you wish to sign up for our PTA, please complete the form below.
What is role of the PTA?
The Parent Association is the structure through which parents/guardians in a school can work together for the best possible education for their children
The Education Act, 1998 sets down the role of the parent association.
The Parent Association works with the principal, staff and the board of management to build effective partnership of home and school.
The Parent Association can advise the principal and Board of Management on policy issues and incidents that may require a review of school policy, e.g. Bullying, Safety, Homework, Enrolment, Behaviour problems etc.
Parent Associations can suggest and/or organise extra-curricular activities.
The Parent Association is a support for parents in the school.
The Parent Association can invite speakers to address the parents on issues which are topical or relevant.
The Parent Association is not a forum for complaint against either an individual teacher or parent. The Complaints Procedure is the mechanism for this.
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- Matters arising
- Set 2 priority targets for PTA for this academic year & Action plan to be drafted for same
- PETNS & GaC Joint Project – Traffic Management on Powerstown Road
Role & Function of whatsapp groups
- School NOT data controllers
- Guidelines to be detailed to encourage uptake
- Parental involvement & themed weeks
- School calendar 2020/2021
- Inclusion Working Group Update
- PTA logo
- Teacher Rep Report
- Chairperson Report
- Treasurer Report
- PTA photo & blurb
AOB (please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 10th @12noon)
- PTA constitution
- Formal Review in May/June to be presented at AGM in September