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Elements Parents Social Evening

Elements Parents Social Evening

Took place 14th October 2019

Weatherwise, Monday 14th of October was a horrible day, it seemed to rain incessantly. However, at 6pm the rain had stopped and by 7pm the parents of Elements students made their way to the Ref for the Social Evening. 

Upon checking in, parents were greeted with a cup of tea, coffee or a glass of wine!

It was lovely to watch as parents mingled and spoke to one another; making new friendships, rekindling old ones and swapping stories and anecdotes about their sons first weeks in Belvedere College - relieved to hear that their sons were getting on well and settling into school. Laughter abounded as parents learned that their sons weren’t the only ones to have misplaced a jumper, a book or a pair of shoes! Parents passed on all sorts of information to each other on this wonderful informal night.

A special word of thanks to Paul Bryce, Deputy Principal and Karin Ennis, Chairperson of the Parents’ Association who both spoke on the evening and to Headmaster Gerry Foley for welcoming all on the night.

Every class should by now have set up a WhatsApp group for each of the six year groups: Aylmer, Finlay, Kenney, Loyola, Scully and Xavier. This is a helpful way for parents to share information with each other. 

We were delighted by the large attendance on the night. Thank you to everyone who volunteered their help. It was a great evening had by all.

-PA Committee 2019-2020

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