The Senior School Parents’ Association was founded in 1999 to provide a forum for the interaction between pupils, parents and St Conleth’s College. The association seeks to “inform and consult parents regarding school policy, plans and activities and to organize and encourage parent participation in events of common interest”. The Association does not typically seek to involve itself in individual pupil, or pupil/teacher issues, but encourages parent participation in matters of common interest.

There are many good reasons for parents to get involved at school and joining the Parents’ Association activities is one key way. Not only will the school reap the benefits of your involvement — the parents involved will, too.  By interacting with school management and staff, and other parents on a regular basis, parents will gain a first-hand understanding of the school’s working and activities.  As a Parents’ Association we know that there is still much more that we can do.  We welcome contributions from parents, guardians, students, teachers, management and staff, past pupils and others and we look forward to continuing  continuing the great work of those that came before us.