Sábháil an Dáta!
Save the Date!
C.G.B. Chomhairle na dTuismitheoirí
Parents’ Council A.G.M.
Bheartaigh Comhairle na dTuismitheoirí, ag a chruinniú dheireanach, go mbeidh ‘C.G.B.’ 2018 ar siúl Dé Luain, 5 Márta 2018 ag 7.30 i.n.
Is ócáid thábhachtach í seo a chuirfidh ar chumas tuismitheoirí suim a léiriú chun bheith páirteach sa chomhairle nua a bheidh ag feidhmiú ó Mhárta 2018 ar aghaidh.
Cuirfidh Comhairle na dTuismitheoirí Tuairisc Bhliaintúil na Blaina 2017 i láthair ar an oíche agus beidh cóipeanna do Bhunreacht Chomhairle na dTuismitheoirí ar fáil ar an oíche chomh maith.
Má theastaíonn uait a bheith ceaptha ar an gComhairle ní mór duit tuismitheoir amháin eile chun d’ainm a ainmniú. Beidh toghchán ar siúl do ghach bhliain-ghrúpa agus tré bhallóid phoist a fheidhmeoidh an córas chun tuismitheoirí a cheapadh ó gach bliain-ghrúpa. Beidh tuismithoirí in ann daoine a mholadh chun dul ar aghaidh chuig an gComhairle Tuismitheoirí. Beidh an toghchán ar siúl le linn na Nollag.
Má tá suim agat a bheith mar bhall ar an gComhairle, seol ríomhphost chuig an Príomhoide – firstname.lastname@example.org ag léiriú go bhfuil suim agat ann.
Caint ó Shiceolaí faoi na brúnna a bhíonn ar dhéagóirí.
Beidh Stella O’ Malley ag caint ar an oíche chomh maith – eolas faoin údar mór le rá thíos anseo.
The Parents Council would like to invite you to a Parents Talk by Dr. Stella O’ Malley and the Parents Council 2018 A.G.M. on Monday, 5 March 2018 at 7.30 pm.
This is an important occasion for parents where nominations will be accepted for the formation of a new Parents’ Council which will operate from March 2018.
The Parents Council will present the Annual Report 2017 and copies of the Parents Council Constitution will also be available on the evening.
If you would like to be appointed to the Parents Council, you must have a parent to nominate you or express your interest to be elected to the council. An election may take place within each year group by postal ballot for parents to represent pupils from each year.
If you are interested in working on Parents Council, please email Donncha O’Treasaigh, school principal to let him know – email@example.com
Speaker – Stella O’ Malley – Psychotherapist
The Parents Council is delighted to inform you that it has organised for Stella O’Malley, a psychotherapist, writer, best-selling author, public speaker and a parent with many years’ experience working as a mental health professional, to speak on the night also.
Stella will focus on the pressures on young people in today’s world and how to manage the unrealistic demands on young people to seek out perfection in all they do in their daily lives, while losing out on being joyful and happy.
Stella O’ Malley – Biography
Born in Dublin, Stella now calls Birr, Co. Offaly home where she lives with her husband and two children and runs her private practice.
Much of Stella’s counselling and teaching work is with parents and young people which culminated in the publication of her two bestselling books ‘Cotton Wool Kids’ by Mercier Press in 2015 and ‘Bully-Proof Kids’ by Gill Books in August 2017.
Forging a career in the Irish media, Stella writes extensively about mental health issues for newspapers such as the Irish Times, Sunday Times, Sunday Independent, Irish Examiner, Evening Herald, Daily Mail, Irish Tatler, Pregnancy and Parenting magazine and many other media outlets. She’s also a regular contributor to the Irish Independent and to Mummypages.ie
Stella frequently appears on national and local media such as RTE Radio 1, RTE television, TV3, Newstalk, Today FM and BBC Northern Ireland to discuss a broad range of topics such as mental well-being, mindfulness, conflict resolution in the workplace, communication skills, parenting and childhood issues in Ireland today.
You can hear and watch some of what Stella covers by clicking on this link: Click Here
This event is being funded by the Parents Council of Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh for the benefit of parents and guardians who are part of our community.
We are extremely grateful to the Parents Council for its tremendous support of our school and the guidance and advice the members provide on a voluntary basis each month.
Our Parents Council also help to raise a considerable amount of money each year to support the activities and rent of facilities at the school for the benefit of all pupils.
Donncha Ó Treasaigh