Parent Council
What Is The Parent Council:

The Parent Council is a group of parents selected by all parents in the school to represent their views. Parent Councils have an important role to play in school improvement by ensuring that the parental perspective is represented and taken into account. The Parent Council helps to create an environment where all parents know that their views matter, and where they feel confident and comfortable putting them forward. They work on behalf of all parents to discuss educational matters that are of importance to all. They do not get involved in individual matters relating to children or staff in the school.

Parent Council Members 2022/23

Steve Feltbower  (Chairperson)
Siobhan Baird (Vice-Chairperson)
Merle Stevenson (Treasurer)
Jacqueline Thomson (Church Rep)
John Soje
Keliann Arthur
Antoinette Cherubini-Donaldson
Sandy Murphy
Florence Crozier
Sofia Akbar
Sharon Mwale
Lesley Mann
Laura Donaldson
Jennifer Millar
Marie McDonald
Lorraine Dixon
Julie Macdonald
Roisin Connell
Lindsay Dennis

Roles And Responsibilities Of Members:

Chair: The role of the Chairperson is to chair the meetings of the Parent Council and ensure all issues raised by parents are fully discussed and actions agreed. The Chair will also liaise with the Head teacher outwith meetings as required.

Vice Chair: The role of the Vice Chairperson is to support the Chairperson and substitute for them at meetings etc if the Chair is unavailable.

Treasurer: The role of the Treasurer is to maintain the accounts (the Parent Council receives a small sum from Falkirk Council each year to cover its costs etc)


Objectives Of The Parent Council:
  1. To promote partnership between the school, its pupils, all the parents and the Catholic Church to ensure that all the pupils develop their full potential leading to lifelong activities being guided by the Holy Spirit and the presence of Christ in the service of God and others.
  2. To work in  partnership with the school to create a welcoming school which is inclusive for all parents.
  3. To develop and engage in activities which support the education and welfare of the pupils.
  4. To identify and represent the views of the parents on the education provided by the school and other matters affecting the education and welfare of the pupils.


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