Parents & Friends
Term 1 2018
Term 2 2018
6th February 2018
What is the PFA?
The PFA is a large group of parents and teachers who volunteer their time and efforts to provide fundraising, social and pastoral support to our school community. The parents of St Pat are a social, hard-working and energetic group and our community spirit is a very special characteristic of our school.
How does the PFA contribute to our school?
The PFA contributes a range of big and small activities such as:
• Irish Folk Festival
• Shamrock (year book)
• Second-hand uniform shop
• Social events for parents and children
• Working bees
• Casserole bank
• School concert
• Mother’s and Father’s Day Gift Stalls
Come along to PFA meetings whenever you can to share ideas and help make decisions about our school community.
Everyone is welcome and it is a great opportunity to have a laugh and get to know other parents.
There are many ways to contribute to our school…bring a fresh opinion to meetings, help run a stall at the IFF, wrap presents for the Mother’s Day staff, help out in canteen, bake a casserole, water the vegie garden or decorate the venue for a social night….we need you!
Who can I contact?
Full details of the PFA executive and team leaders are provided on the school website – look under ‘School Community,’ and ‘Parents and Friends Association’. Email any general enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.