Parents’ Association


The staff of Scoil Íosagáin aim to work closely with parents in a way that will foster close co-operation, mutual support and regular communication.

The school operates an ‘open door’ policy to facilitate easy access for parents. Parents are welcome to the school to discuss any issue of mutual concern or interest.
Parent – Teacher meetings take place both on a formal and informal basis. This process begins with the parents of children who are starting school who are invited to meet the Principal and teachers before their children actually start.

Parents are invited to support teachers in the classroom especially in areas requiring special skills and talents.
We welcome any parents who wish to get involved in Lunchtime Clubs or After- school Clubs.

We also welcome parents who wish to volunteer as part of our Literacy Lift-Off Team. This is an intervention in Senior Infants to enhance reading, writing and oral language skills.

If you wouild like to join our Panel of Vetted Volunteers please contact School Reception.

The school organises Parenting Courses on an annual basis, giving parents an opportunity to come together in a supportive and relaxed environment, to discuss issues of interest and concern relating to their children.

Scoil Íosagáin Parents’ Association is a major support to the school.The Association meets on a regular basis and is affiliated to the National Parents’ Association.

The Aims of the Association are as follows:

To represent the views of parents
To inform parents of developments in education in the school
To foster co-operation between parents, teachers and school management
To provide opportunities for parents and teachers to meet and exchange ideas
To assist in extra-curricular activities
To provide training and education for parents as required
To help organise leisure activities for children
To help with the provision of extra equipment for the school


Shauna Fullerton
Susan Kelly
Charlotte McKinley
Áine Daly
Martina Mc Bride
Betty Cunningham
Kate Breslin
Kathleen Mc Colgan