Parents Association

School Book Fair

The School Book Fair usually takes place in early March and coincides with National Book Week. Book displays will be set up in the hall and parents are invited to visit the Book Fair with their children, before or after school or on one evening during Book Week. All books are for sale and all profits are credited directly to the school to purchase books for the school library. Classes will have lots of opportunities to explore the Book Fair with their teachers and many class activities during the week revolve around the Book Fair.

Lost and Found 

Our Lost and Found is not in operation this year due to Covid 19.

Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop is run by our Parents Association. During the last three days of the summer term it is open at pick up and drop off times. Donations of good quality uniform goods are welcomed. It is also open the first week in September and intermittently throughout the year. 

Coffee Morning

Coffee Mornings take place after keys events in our school year.

  • Welcome to the Holy Trinity Parents Association! Hi Everyone. Hope you are all keeping safe well. Edel Scott here. I am the current chairperson of the Parents Association. I have been involved in the Parents Association for the last four years before taking on current role. During these strange and unprecedented times, we have all changed the way we live our lives and we all know the impact this has had on our families. Our children have being hugely impacted and we should all be so proud of how they have adapted to the massive changes they have faced in the last year. A huge gratitude to Mr Tobin and all the staff who have been amazing both in keeping our children safe when they are in school and the enormous amount of work that is being done in continuing their education online.
  • I also have to mention all of us parents who are double jobbing, multitasking on a scale we never would have dreamed of before... We all deserve a huge pat on the back. The Parents Association has always and continues to be a liaison between the school and the parent body providing support and assisting parents with any relevant queries that may arise and most importantly raising much needed funds for our school during the school year. Our role this year has dramatically changed and as you all know we have been unable to get together to celebrate and enjoy all the normal fundraising events that take place during the year such as the Christmas Fair, Halloween Disco and Book week to name just a few. Despite these challenges we have managed to raise much needed funds while still been able to keep apart. We raised approx 5k with our half marathon over the October bank holiday weekend and the collection outside school. Our virtual Christmas raffle raised approx eight and half thousand euro. This is absolutely amazing and would not have been possible without your contribution. Fundraising is so invaluable and helps support the school throughout the year such as the funds raised at Halloween were used to buy PE equipment for all classes. All this is simply not possible without the wonderful support of the parents. Thank you all so much for your continued support. I'm sure I speak for all but I really look forward to the the day when we can all come together to enjoy and celebrate everything that is great about Holy Trinity. In the meantime If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at Please look after each other and stay safe and healthy.
  • Edel Scott 
  • Chairperson 
  • Class Reps for 2020/21
  • Ms Walsh - Rita Duarte 
  • Ms Culligan -Tara Chedzey 
  • MS Mannion -Rachel Doherty 
  • Ms Callanan - Lisa Murray 
  • Ms Lynn/ Ms Hallissey -Aideen Devereux 
  • Ms A Morrissey- Fiona Byrne 
  • Mr Terry - Gillian Cooney
  • Ms Ryan - Dearbhla DeBarra-Veale
  • Ms Collins- Silvia Von Haden 
  • Ms Asple - Fiona Byrne 
  • Ms O’Dwyer- Ciara Lambie 
  • Ms Cahill - Sophie O'Brien 
  • THIRD CLASS Ms J Walsh -Ann Mulholland
  • Ms Mulcahy -Joanne Phipps 
  • Ms Brennan - Catherine Dowling
  • Ms C Walsh - Sarah Varela
  • Mr K Phelan - Caroline Ryan 
  • Ms Keating -Jennifer Coughlan 
  • Ms Ni Bhroin - Gillian Cooney 
  • Ms O'Reilly Sarah Varela 
  • Ms Doherty- Jean Grogan 
  • Ms Carroll - Sinead Newall 
  • Ms O'Leary - Ingrid Walsh
  • Useful Websites - all information on the Stay Safe Programme that is used in the school can be found here. - the National Parents Council (NPC) is there to support all parents. Holy Trinity is a registered school with the NPC and therefore free to all parents to use. They have a help line which can be used for any school related issues at all. I highly recommend them.

Calendar of Holy Trinity Parents Association Activities

Parents Association Committee

Chairperson: Edel Scott

Treasurer: Charlene Boyle

Secretary: TBC