Parents' Association 2021/2022

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Mission Statement

The Scoil San Treasa Parents' Association’s (SSTPA) primary objective is to promote the interests of the pupils on behalf of their parents in consultation and co-operation with the Principal and the Board of Management. In fulfilling this objective, the SSTPA aims to promote both the engagement of the parents with one another and with the school in order to foster an effective partnership between home and school.
 

Roles of the Parents Association 

  • To work in partnership with the Principal, Board of Management to achieve the best possible education for our children & to build effective partnership between home and school.
  • Provide opportunities for parents to get to know one another through social events.
  • To support and empower parents to be active in the best interests of their children’s educational lives.
  • To enable parents to contribute to an enhanced learning environment for their children.
  • To work with the Board of Management on development of policies that relate to children in Scoil San Treasa, eg. homework policy, health & safety etc.

How? 

  • Fundraising for school 
  • Arranging & assisting with social events
  • Expert speakers
     

Class Contacts

Jnr Infants

Ms. Nic Fheorais

Anne-Marie Brooks

Ms Sanfey

Paula Ryan 

Snr Infants 

Ms Cashman

Michelle Kerr

Ms Cunningham

Kiera Thomas

1st  Ms Conroy
Joanne Matthews 
Ms Sherry
Elaine Lynch
2nd Ms Fox
Cliona Caslin
Ms Reynolds
A Liston
3rd Ms Buckley
Helen Nolan 
Ms McHugh
Gillian Verrecchia
4th Mr Whitely
Olivia Caslin 
Ms Payne
Jessica Flynn
5th Ms Lawlor
Paula Ryan
Mr O'Domhnaill
Eimear Griffin
6th Ms Grufferty
Ruth Richardson
Mr Maguire
Catriona Barry 

 

Chairperson: Esmé Hanlon Ryan

Treasurer: Rose Wilson 

Secretaries: Anne-Marie Brooks & Susan Reid 

Other committee members 
  • Aoife Cahill
  • Gavin King 
  • David Keane 
  • Niamh de Valera
Contact

Email: sstparentsassoc@gmail.com
Twitter: @SSTParents

 

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