In accordance with section 26 of the Education Act 1998, the parents/guardians of students of a recognised school may establish, and maintain from among their number, a parents’ association for that school and membership of that association shall be open to all parents/guardians of students of that school.
The National Parents’ Council Post-Primary (NPCPP) is an umbrella organisation for affiliated parents’ associations. The Department of Education and Skills supports the National Parents’ Council Post Primary through the provision of grant-aid. The Department also liaises with the Council on issues of concern to parents of children in post-primary schools.
The National Parents Council – Post Primary (NPCPP) is an association representing all parents’ associations in post-primary schools in Ireland.
It can be contacted at:
Tel: + 353 (1) 8623346