Langloan Primary School

Parent Council

Parent Councils came into force on 1st August 2007.

The composition of the Parent Council, as determined by the Parent Forum, is a minimum of 3 parent members and a maximum of 16.

The Head Teacher is the professional advisor to the Parent Council.

The Parent Council’s rights and duties include:

  • supporting the work of the school;
  • representing the views of the parents;
  • consulting with parents and reporting back to the parent forum on matters of interest;
  • promoting contact between the school, parents, pupils, providers of nursery education and the wider community;
  • fundraising;
  • taking part in the selection of senior promoted staff;
  • receiving reports from the Head Teacher and Education Authority;


  • receiving an annual budget for administration, training and other expenses.
  • improving home school partnerships and facilitating parental involvement.

It should be noted that the Head Teacher has a right and duty to attend all meetings of the Parent Council.  Meetings of the Parent Council are open to members of the public.

Parents as Partners- The purpose and role of parent councils.

Current Members- 2017/18

Chairperson- James Conn

Vice Chairperson- Kirsten McLachlan

Treasurer- Danielle Goldie

Gillian Porter

Heather Rankin

Margaret Quinn

Orla Strefford

Charlene McDougall

Kit Chowles

Angela Pollock

Amy McGhee

Lyndsey Little

Joanne McNally

Gemma Burke

Annalena Van Dall

Jennafer McIntyre

Staff Members

Head Teacher- Aileen Ronald

Principal Teacher- Elaine Paterson

Principal Teacher- Catherine Kerrigan


All parents’ and carers are welcome to contact the school, or any member of the Parent Council, should they have a particular issue, idea or concern they would like to raise.


Date of Next Parent Council Meeting

26th February 2018 at 7pm

Scheduled Meetings- 2015/16

11th September 2017

6th November 2017

26th February 2018

21st May 2018

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