Scoil Mhuire Girls' NS

Parents Association

The Parents' Association is the structure through which parents of pupils in the school can work together with the school for the best possible education opportunities for their children. The Parents' Association is affiliated with the National Parents Council (NPC) Primary and works with the principal, staff and representatives from the Board of Management to build an effective partnership between home and school.

Who are we ?

While all parents are asked to participate in the running of the Parents' Association, not all can be involved in the day to day running of the Association. It is for this reason that parents form a committee at the Annual General Meeting. The committee is made up at least one parent representing each of the class levels from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. At the first meeting each school year, the Executive positions are filled by election of the committee.

What do we do?

The Parents' Association made up of the committee and representing parents, meet once on the third Thursday of every month in the Parish centre, some of the topics discussed are:

  • Any School News (school policy and planning)
  • Board of Managements News
  • Safety issues around the school area
  • Up and coming events i.e. communion/confirmation
  • Any parent issues

Contact Us

The Parents Association welcomes any comments, news or views you may have.

Please email us on on if you would like further information.

You can also visit our website or follow us on Facebook

Parents Association Committee

  • Cormac Mannion: Chairperson
  • : Secretary
  • Gráinne O'Sullivan: Treasurer

National Parent Council Helpline

NPC Information/Helpline is a confidential service for parents. The Information/Helpline officers listen, and give information and support to parents to help them make the best possible decisions for and with their children. If you have a query on any aspect of your child's education please contact the Information / Helpline on Tel: 01-8874477

The Information / Helpline is open from Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm

The NPC's website aims to provide parents with information regarding primary education. The site also allows parents an opportunity to give NPC their views regarding primary education issues.

Aug 29
School Reopens
Oct 28
Midterm Break
Dec 23
Christmas Holidays
First and Fifth Class performed a concert for their parents and grandparents to celebrate Grandparents Day.
Scoil Mhuire GNS pupils represent the school at the Santry finals.
Pupils from 6th Class in Scoil Mhuire GNS travelled to Limerick for the National Final of the Scratch Competition.
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