Power Sharing

Well, it has not worked to well up north recently, but at St. Conleth’s we are firm believers in ‘power-sharing’.  Actually, ‘power’ is a rather dirty word nowadays, so let us just call it ‘voice’.  Everyone has a voice at St. Conleth’s, and the chance to use it.  Our Parents Associations are extremely active (see the Senior School PA Committee below), organising the Christmas Tree Fair, the Sportsday refreshments, the Scholastic Book fair and various other fundraisers and events during the year, including the very enjoyable PA Social in the Spring, usually held at an obliging yacht club.  The Student Council (also, below) don’t get to go to the yacht club for drinks (yet), but they probably do deserve them after working hard all year to represent their peers in partnership with the teachers and management.  The School Captain Tomás Clancy and his Vices, Georgia Weir-McErlean and Jack Cosgrave, take the lead but they are helped by all the class captains as they organise the Buddy System, run various charity collections and events and field the concerns of the students and bring them to the attention of the Principal and play leading roles in all our assemblies, masses and other school gatherings.  There are great plans in the making for the Spring Term so stay tuned, and play your part when your captain comes calling!