Founded in 2009, the Parents’ Association is to provide a structure through which the parents and guardians of children attending Greystones Educate Together National School can work together for the best possible education for their children.

The Parents’ Association will work with the Principal, staff and Board of Management to build effective partnership between home and school.

All parents or guardians of a child or children attending Greystones Educate Together is a member of the parents association.

Parents’ Association’s Constitution


The Committee

Chairperson: Caroline Winstanley

Secretary: <Position to be filled>

Treasurer: Shirley Farren

Board parent representatives: Barbara Campbell, Stefan Schulmeister


School Garden:  Yann Seité (Keith’s or Aoífe’s class)

Outdoor Education: Annette Kelly (Sean’s class)

Craft Fair:

St Patrick’s Parade:

The parents’ association committee meets monthly on the first Tuesday of the month.  All members are welcome to attend.


Notice Board

Keep up to date with the P.A
  • The GETNS Craft Fair will take place on:

    Sunday 11th November, 2018 from 11.00am to 4.00pm.

     We are now taking applications for stall bookings from local crafters, artisans and artists who would like to sell their high quality handmade products in Greystones Educate Together NS school building in Blacklion, Greystones.

    To apply, please send your name, email address, product description, price range and three photos of your products to

    Applications need to reach us by midnight Friday 5th October 2018

    Stall price is €35.

    We look forward to hearing from you!

    Due to the already high demand for places, unfortunately we may be unable to accommodate every application even if you were involved last year. In the event of over subscription applications will selected by the organisers to provide quality and the widest range of products possible

  • Saturday 22nd Septembre 10AM until 12ish “AUTUMN GARDENING PARTY” The school garden needs a bit of maintenance before the winter. Tasks vary from weeding, lawn moving, edge cutting, seeds collecting, caring about the shrubs and fruit trees, a big trim of the willows (long overdue!) and few other bits. If you have gardening tools saw, weeding tools, pruner, gardening gloves small spade, buckets would be welcomed. Contact: Yann Seité: for information.


  • We need volunteers all year around to help maintaining the school garden. Contact




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