St Fanahans College Parents’ Association is made up of parents or guardians of children from each class group in the school. They hold informal meetings at regular intervals during the school year.
The main roles of the Parents’ Association are as follows:
To foster greater involvement and awareness by the parents/guardians in the education of their children.
To foster greater involvement by parents/guardians in the College in areas that would be mutually beneficial
To discuss ideas and information on education, to discuss problems of mutual interest.
To discuss, comment on, and where necessary, act on matters of local and national educational significance.
To organise fund-raising events associated with the college, and to provide assistance/support for fund-raising events organised by the staff/pupils of the college also.
Membership of the Parents’ Association is open to all parents and guardians of pupils currently attending St Fanahans College.