St. Joseph’s Convent School is very proud of the active Parents’ Association and their contribution towards the School’s further development and important fund-raising.
The Parents’ Association is a voluntary body of parents who have a committee and class representatives. They organise a monthly meeting (during term time) and also regularly publish a newsletter which promotes forthcoming events and reports from past activities.
In addition, this information will regularly be updated on the website. If preferred, parents can obtain this information via email by contacting the Chair.
The Parents’ Association aim to hold social events throughout the year such as quizzes, parties, recycling projects, summer balls and sponsored walks.
Each term, a coffee morning is held at the school (in the dining room) so that parents may meet and discuss forthcoming events. On some occasions, these meetings coincide with second-hand uniform sales.
Please note that all monies raised by the Parents’ Association, are used to help the school and its pupils. The school relies upon help from parents for both the organisation and running of fund-raising events.
Our mission is to raise additional funds and strengthen school community through organised social events in order to add value to the everyday experience of all the girls at our school.
Mission Statement for Parents’ Association
Chair: Natasha Mansi-Kennedy
Deputy Chair: Claire Mason
Note from Ms. C. Glover, Headteacher:
“The valuable contribution from the Parents’ Association is very much appreciated. Thank you to all the parents who voluntarily support our school.”