Letter from the Parents' Association, 3rd April
I hope everyone is keeping well and safe.
We are living in a very difficult and challenging time which reminds us how precious our health is, how important our family and home life is. It is a reminder that we are all connected, that we are all equal, regardless of our culture, religion, occupation or financial situation. We should learn to appreciate our life and each other even more.
Our children, especially 3rd and 6th years, may be under a lot of pressure now. With great support from the school, I am sure our daughters will make this work. Thank you to the Principal, all the teachers and school staff for helping and supporting all the students and parents. We greatly appreciate your hard work and dedication.
We can make this an opportunity to spend more time with our families and children at home. Let’s be kind to each other and stay connected so that no one will feel lost, lonely or unhappy. Let’s support each other with positive thoughts and good emotions.
We can and will be patient because after every difficulty, there is always ease.
Keep well and safe.
On behalf of the Parent’s Association.
Chairperson, Zoya Ralph
The Parents’ Association is the working partnership through which both parents and guardians can effectively work side by side with the Principal, staff and board of management. The aim of the Parents’ Association is to achieve the best possible education for their children.
The Parents’ Association endeavours to build a solid and dependable working relationship between the school and home. Research shows that the involvement of the parents has a positive effect on the achievements of children in the school. The association can be a means of support for parents.
The association can make representations to the school on issues of policy and advise the Principal and board on any matter affecting the school. Policies such as bullying, safety, homework, behaviour and enrolment are discussed.
The committee organise extracurricular activities and fund raising events. All parents are automatically members of the association and are welcome to get involved in the day-to-day activities of the organisation.
Christmas Carol Service 2019
The Carol Service is one of the annual highlights in St Dominic’s College, and it wouldn’t be possible without the Parents’ Association.
Sponsored Walk 2019
Back in September 2019 students and staff dressed up in every colour and raised money for the Parents’ Association!