Killeen National School Information Evening Hosted by Board

Killeen National School Information Evening Hosted by Board

Killeen National School Information Evening Hosted by Board of Management & Parents Council 18th November 2014 @ 8.30pm Agenda Introduction Parents Council Function & Members Parents Council Achievements and Plans (Brid Connolly) (Martin Errity) (Martin

Errity) Board of Management Function & Members (John Harding) Killeen National School development past 6 years (John Harding) Killeen National School plans next years Harding)

Discussion Idea Generation Tour of School & tea / coffee @ 9.45pm (All) (John Parents Council Role of Parents Council The Parent Council is the structure through which parents/guardians in a school can work together for the best possible education for their children.

The Parent Council works with the principal, staff and the board of management. Parent Council can suggest and/or organise extra-curricular activities. The Parent Council is a support for parents in the school however The Parent Council is not a forum for complaints Parent Council Members: Chairman Martin Errithy Assistant Chairperson Sophie

Larkin Secretary Ger Connaughton Assistant Secretary Siobhan Stokes Treasurer Sylvia Kelly Assistant Treasurer Siobhan Smyth Committee: Claire OSullivan, Ail OHare, Natalie Parsons Parents councils contribution to Set up and managed the Book leading scheme for date? Killeen N.S The total cost of this project to date is 4,500. We are currently working with the Mrs. Connolly to arrange funds to change the Maths

curriculum for 5th & 6th Class. Supplement the Gymnastics for all children total cost of this is 250 Total Cost if not supplement by Parents Council would be 720 Gymnastics take place every Friday -1st term only Supplement swimming from 1st Class 6th Class Total contribution from Parents Council is 250 - Total Cost if not supplement by Parents Council is 530. Parents councils contribution to date?

Swimming takes place last term of school and the school requires volunteers to bring kids to the pool Parents Council pay for school tour bus 590 Sky Dom 200 Food Sports Day 275 Fundraising Events for 2014/2015 Kilometres

for Killeen School 7th December Tesco Bag Pack 28th November Tesco Bag Pack February Cake Sale Board of Management Board of Management Function Under

the Education Act 1998, the patron is obliged 'for the purposes of ensuring that a recognised school is managed in a spirit of partnership' to appoint, where practicable, a board of management The board's main function is to manage the school on behalf of the patron and for the benefit of the students and to provide an appropriate education for each student at the school Boards of Management of primary schools are appointed for a four year term. Board of Management It has responsibility for drawing up the school plan and for Function

ensuring that it is implemented. It appoints the principal, the teachers and other staff. It has overall responsibility for the school's finances. It is obliged to have comprehensive insurance cover for the school. It must keep proper accounts, which may be audited by the Department of Education and Skills and/or the Comptroller and Auditor General. Its annual accounts must be available to the patron and the school community It must promote contact between the school, the parents and the community and must facilitate and give all reasonable help to a parents' association in its formation and its activities.

Constitution of Boards of The Principal Teacher (or Acting Principal Management Teacher) of the school Two parents of children enrolled in the school (one being a mother, the other a father, elected by the general body of parents of children enrolled in the school). One other serving teacher on the staff of the school, elected by vote of the teaching staff which includes the Principal Teacher

Two direct nominees of the Patron. Two extra members proposed by those nominees 8 Board of Management Members Brid Connolly - Principal Lorraine Carroll Teacher Mairead Freeman Parents Nominee & Treasurer

John Bergin Parents Nominee Claire Watkins Members Nominee & Secretary Benny Larkin Members Nominee Donie Corrigan - Patron Nominee John Harding Patron Nominee & Chairperson

(Fr. Michael Reddin) 8 Current BoM term expires in 2015 Killeen National School Development of all weather play area - 62 development T sand 1986.25 Completion of field plastering & ball stoppers 600.41, 1,764 Technology Smart Enhanced Learning

Boards - 4,000 Computers Disability - 6 Tablets = 2438.78 Access Oran Molloy New offices / Resource Room 33,664.10 Car park space marking 300 Killeen National School development Removal

of carpet + laying of linoleum 10,667.87 Book Rental Scheme contribution 1,000 Buffing machines & hoover 1,223.85, 299.00, Oil tank security - 980.00 Toilets repair , painting & increased ventilation 1,935.18

Internal & External painting 1300.00 Future development Purchasing of Playing field - 82,000 Extra car parking space 30 spaces approx Security Cameras & Lighting - 1,500

Repair of Roof (306.88) Attempted break-in Computer Storage Room !!!! Space Development of Walk way Entrance to Riveroaks to school Q&A

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