The Parents’ Association is a body of parents and guardians of pupils attending St Aloysius Secondary School. Their role is to work with the Board of Management, the Principal and Teachers to promote the educational and general welfare of the pupils of the school.

The Parents’ Association holds its Annual General Meeting at the start of the school academic year in September and the election of the Parents’ Council takes place at this meeting. All parents are welcome to attend the AGM and to also attend any Parents’ Association meetings during the school year. One can be a very active member or a member who can sometimes attend meetings. If you can spare a little time, imagination and skills we look forward to seeing you at our meetings.

The Parents’ Association is involved in a number of activities during the year including fundraising for our proposed school 1km walking route, support of the Annual Variety Show, launch of the St. Vincent de Paul Giving Tree, school walk, Pop-Up shop, Easter hampers, to the Annual Award Ceremony and arranging talks of interest to parents and guardians.

If you would be interested in coming to any meeting, you are most welcome. Meetings are held in the school approx. one per term 

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