Parents and Friends Association (PFA)

Parents are involved in multiple ways in the life of Scoil Mhuire. The Parents and Friends Association (P.F.A.) have been very active since their establishment in 1998.

A dynamic group of 26 committee members are the present leaders of the P.F.A. They run numerous fundraising events throughout the year. They are also actively involved in such school events such as: the Full Attendance Ceremony; Enrolment Week; the School’s bi-annual Book Fair; the First Communion ceremony; Sports Day. Parents also assist with sports coaching and are asked to give feedback on draft policies.

Our PFA runs a facebook group for parents of pupils in the school. It can be very useful in keeping up to date on school matters and getting in contact with other parents. You’ll find it here.

 

Our Whole School Evaluation deservedly applauded the work of the Scoil Mhuire P.F.A. in 2007:

~ “This strong school community link is a model of good practice with regard to effective parental involvement”. ~


Recent PFA tags on our school blog:

Crazy Hair Day!

Scoil Mhuire's Parents and Friends Association organised a really creative fundraiser this year on June 27th! We all really enjoyed the crazy hair day! ...
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The Reel Picture!

The whole school took a walk to the cinema today - for some it was the highlight of the year! Many thanks to our Parents and Friends Association who not only helped to fund the trip but helped us to cross the roads safely on the way to the cinema and ...
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Festival of Chemistry

In May 2017,  four very interested scientists in 6th class were selected to make a trip to UCC to represent our school at the Salters' Institute Festival of Chemistry. This Salters' Festival of Chemisty is one of 51 festivals that happened throughout the UK and Ireland in 2017, aiming to promote ...
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A School Playground!

Our fabulous school playground was built in September 2015 with funding from the annual school walk that was organised by the Parents and Friends Association. It marks our school's 40th anniversary. In 2004, the World Health Organisation recommended that high quality playground equipment should be made available to students for improved physical activity and fitness ...
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