Carly Eagleton - Chair Person email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Keenan & - Co Chairs: email email@example.com
Sharon Buchan - Treasurer email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Fisher - Secretary email: email@example.com
Yvette Delahunt - Web editor email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona Mullaney - Teacher Liasion email: email@example.com
Did you know?
All parents are automatically members of the PFA when your child joins St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School. We encourage all parents, grandparents, parishioners and friends to actively get involved even if you can only offer a small amount of time. It is a great way to meet other parents and to support your child’s school. We welcome fresh ideas & additional support however small, to support this fabulous school. We have little jobs that can be done from home if you have half an hour to spare e.g. wrapping gifts...we really couldn’t achieve what we do without the unseen ’army of help’ that exists and is invaluable.
Why do we have a PFA?
We are much more than just fundraising. We aim to give the children a good time. We exist to provide closer links between home and school and bring everyone together to work towards a common goal. As in any organisation, there are times when it is “challenging”, or “we don’t have enough time” but with the continued support our children will benefit from the PFA succeeding.
Drop us an email or stop one of us at school and share your thoughts.
Particularly if you…...
- Want to join the committee?
- Have a great idea for an event you want to share?
- Don’t have time to support but would like to make a donation.
- Don’t have time to attend meetings but would like to help in preparation of an event or at an event.
- Your employer or business would like to provide support or sponsorship.
Role of the Committee
We have a lead team consisting of seven officers and many members to make up our full committee. The committee meet on a regular basis usually once a month, outside and during school hours and everyone is always welcome. Smaller working party groups meet as necessary to organise our bigger events.