Board of Management 2015-2019
Boards of Management of primary schools are appointed for a four year term. The term of office for current Boards of Management is from 1 December 2015 to 30 November 2019. The Board of Management manages the school on behalf of the Patron and is accountable to the Patron and the Minister for Education. The Principal is responsible for the day-to-day management of the school, including guidance and direction of the teachers and other staff of the school, and is accountable to the Board for that management. All Boards of Management of primary schools assuming office from 1 December 2015 onwards are required to adhere to the provisions of the Governance Manual for Primary Schools 2015 - 2019. This manual can be found at: https://www.education.ie/en/Schools-Colleges/Information/Boards-of-Management/Governance-Manual-for-Primary-Schools-2015-2019.pdf The Board of Management of Pelletstown Educate Together National School adopts a child-centred approach to all of its work. It also has regard to the efficient use of resources, the public interest in the affairs of the school and accountability to students, parents and the community. The Board also upholds the characteristic spirit and Educate Together ethos of the school and is accountable to the Patron for so doing. The Board of Management meets once a month at the school. The Board of Management notice board in the foyer provides details of upcoming meetings. The agreed reports from previous meetings are also displayed there.
Current BOM Members
There are 8 members on the Board of Management of Pelletstown Educate Together National School. The BOM compromises of 2 patron nominees, 2 community nominees, 2 parent nominees, school principal and 1 other teacher nominee.
- Amy Mc Donnell (community nominee)
- Anne Ghanem (patron nominee)
- Caitríona Ní Cheallaigh (Principal and BOM Secretary)
- Eric Young (patron nominee and BOM Chairperson)
- Mary Muuka Gwaba (parent nominee)
- Oran Boyle (community nominee)
- Ray Renaghan (parent nominee)
- Siobhán Maguire (teacher nominee)
Updated February 2018