The Parent/Teacher Association of St. Peter’s National School promotes a structure through which parents/guardians of the students can work with and contribute positively to the life and vitality of the school community.

We assist the Principal and teachers in organising events throughout the year to enhance the sense of community and the learning environment and experience for the pupils.

We also organise fund raising activities for specified projects.  We funded Nutrition and E-Safety talks for parents and musical instruments.

Past events include the Christmas Craft Fair and Raffle, Book Fair, Beach Walk, Art Sale and parents’ social evenings, Halloween party, new parents coffee morning and school Sports Day.

All parents/guardians are automatically members of the P.T.A; any parent/guardian can apply to be a member of the PTA Committee at the Annual General Meeting each September.

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch, please email us at



Christmas Fair 2022

Saturday was an incredibly special today for all the school community as our annual Christmas Fair returned to the Church Hall. A huge thank you to our terrific parents who baked, crafted, organised stalls, sold raffle tickets and prepared food. Everyone had a brilliant time. A massive well done to our students who performed a number of Christmas songs and carols on the day. Thank you also to Gráinne, Ms. Williams and Eleanor for accompanying the choir on piano and on violin. 


Congratulations to all our raffle winners. If you haven’t done so already, please contact the school to collect your prize. Please see below for a list of the winners!

St. Peter’s Christmas Fair, Raffle Prize Winners


1st Prize – Ian Curran

2nd Prize – Lily Klimand

3rd Prize – Deirdre O’Kane

4th Prize – Elaine Grennan

5th Prize – Olivia Rose Smith

6th Prize – Rory Prendiville

7th Prize – Andrea McArdle

8th Prize – Rachel Ní Fhearaigh

9th Prize – Jane Gillan

10th Prize – Gill McCullough

11th Prize – Joe Buckley

12th Prize – Roger Stanley

13th Prize – Paul Cunningham

14th Prize – Jan Lyons

15th Prize – Sam Hampshire

16th Prize – Joboy Kuriakose

17th Prize – Rory Prendiville

18th Prize – Tess Sarsfield

19th Prize – Terry Mathews

20th Prize – Arthur Hampshire

21st Prize – Joan Huber


The P.T.A. would like to thank all who sponsored prizes this year including:

Verde Media, Scholars Townhouse, Quintessential Wine, You’re Gorgeous Hair, The Sound Shop, Inside Out Restaurant, Angel Hair, Dimensional Reality, Slane Whiskey, Allcare Pharmacy, Pure Pharmacy, Omniplex Cinema, Sunday’s Gate, Hickey’s Pharmacy, Sarsfield’s Pub, and Winters Farm.

Dear Parents,

Another week, another batch of interactive sessions designed by National Parents Council Primary just for you!  This time, the sessions are based around the Part 3 and the final part of the Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE) Series.

You can read more about the sessions below. Please note that these sessions are completely online, and you will have to register prior to the event date for the link to the session. The registration link are provided under the session information below.

 An interactive session on ‘Making Big Talk Many Small Talks’ (24th – 28th October,2022)

The RSE series comprises of three sessions including:

  1. ‘Supporting your Child to build Healthy Friendships and Relationships’
  2. Active Listening Skills
  3. ‘Making the Big Talk many Small Talks’


This is a free online interactive programme designed by National Parents Council Primary (NPC) to enable you to support your children to make and sustain healthy relationships and friendships.

Would you like to know how best to support your child to build healthy friendships and relationships?

 All adults and children struggle with friendships at some point in their lives, would you like to learn more about supporting your child to make and sustain healthy friendships?


If your answer to the above questions were yes then, this session is for you. In this session you will learn:  

  • At how we can support children to make and sustain healthy relationships and friendships, and good communication skills
  • To look at how we can make the big talk many small talks
  • To work in partnership your child’s school in supporting the Social Personal Health Education curriculum.

Where and When: Sessions will be taking place online via Zoom in the morning (10 AM) and evening (7: 30 pm) from Monday the 24th to Thursday the 27th of October, with an additional morning session (10 AM) on Friday the 28th  of  October

If you would be interested in attending (virtually) one of these online sessions, please register your details here:
These sessions are open to all parents of children in Primary School. Please forward the details to other parents. 


Please note these sessions will be interactive allowing parents to participate and hence places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. 

This programme is delivered by National Parents Council Primary and funded by the Sexual Health Crisis Pregnancy Programme.

Kind regards,
David Perkins
NPC Administration

School Garden Project

We’d like to say a massive thank you to our brilliant P.T.A for planting in our new garden space. The space looks so much brighter with all the lovely flowers and plants!