School Council

 

Clyde Primary School Council is a legally formed body which decides future directions and oversees the operations of the school.

We have 13 members on school council; 8 parent, 4 DET (staff) and one community member. Elections are held each year in March, with each councillor’s term running for 2 years.

Our school council consists of several sub-committees which carry out vital roles. The Finance committee approves the annual budget and monitors expenditure throughout the year. The Education/Policies committee develops, reviews and updates school policies. Buildings & Grounds committee ensures our facilities are maintained and any works attended to and our P.F.A work tirelessly to raise much needed additional funds for our school.

Parents/guardians can always join any of our sub-committees without being a member of school council. We are always on the lookout for new people and ideas.

If you are interested and the opportunity arises to be part of school council, I can highly recommend it. Becoming involved in your child’s education is a very rewarding experience for you both.

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