The Parents' Council is a structured and active participation and involvement body.

All parents are part of the Council, through the representatives of each year group. It is led by whoever is elected president at the first meeting of the school year.

The main objective of the Parents' Council is to provide an effective channel of communication between parents and the School, and to support the School in those matters that have a direct impact on the welfare and development of our children.

It is composed of one representative and a maximum of two substitutes from each of the grades K1 to grade 12.

Main lines of action:

  • Participation: This is the central process of our management and we execute it through committees. We also participate in institutional bodies.
  • Support: Support and accompaniment of the school in the fulfilment of its mission and vision.
  • Communication: Maintain open communication with the school, prioritise issues as discussed in parent meetings and follow up.

Participating in the Parents' Council allows us to be closer to the school, which results in a better understanding of its functioning and participation in the Governing Board; this means that we have first-hand information about the day-to-day running of the institution.

If you are interested in becoming a parent representative, you can apply at the beginning of the school year in your child's class.