We have a very active Parents Association in our school. Our parents are very involved in school activities and organize many fund-raising, social and educational events throughout the school year for parents and students.
The committee are willing to help out at every opportunity and provide invaluable support to the school in very practical ways.
We meet the first Monday of every month, unless it's a bank holiday and then it's the second Monday. New members are always welcome to join us throughout the year!

Results of the School Uniform survey:
Thank you for your positive response to our School Uniform survey.

Breakdown of the results: 77% approved the proposal

Of the 280 surveys sent, 218 were returned by 7 December 2018, which allowed for one additional week beyond the return date stated of 30 November.
167 have agreed with the proposal which is 77% of those received.

What does this mean?

The revised uniform will be introduced in September 2019. The school and Board of Management have been informed and approve the decision. From September 2019, the shirt, tie and v-neck jumper will no longer be part of the uniform.

What happens for the rest of the year?

As there was such a strong majority in support of changing the uniform, approval has been given for the new uniform options to be worn after the Easter school holidays. This will also allow the First Class girls to benefit from the decision.
During this transition phase, from Monday the 29th April, the girls can wear their tracksuit on non-PE days or continue to wear their shirt, tie and jumper.
The girls can also wear the polo shirt and tracksuit jumper with either a skirt or pinafore. Navy shorts (€10.95) and skorts (€12.95) can be purchased from Lynches in Marino, which can be worn during warmer weather.

For more information regarding the decision to change the school uniform please click Uniform Survey

New Parents' Association Logo:

The PA are delighted to present their new logo.
The tree represents the teachers and parents nurturing and supporting the girls who are depicted by hand prints. This very appropriate educational metaphor is personalised to Belgrove Infant Girls School by adding the sea views from the Clontarf promenade and using the school colours.
A big thank you to Niamh McNally for all her hard work in redesigning the new logo.

Click Parents Association Calendar to see upcoming PA events

click here to email the Parents Association

View the Parents Association Constitution