Student Council

The Student Council of Scoil Mhuire agus Íde is a representative body of both Junior and Senior level students. It acts as a medium of communication between the students, staff and management of the school. It aims to promote an active involvement by students in the running of the school. It contributes to the development of school policies and allows students to make suggestions regarding matters of general concern to the student body

As outlined in the School’s mission statement the Student Council of Scoil Mhuire agus Íde will aim to ensure that students will take their place in society as educated mature and committed christians. The Student Council also strives to promote better mutual respect, fairness and honesty between staff and students. It hopes that students will develop essential life skills such as listening, diplomacy, compromise, communication and leadership. The Student Council strives to make a positive contribution to every aspect of the school community. It allows students to have their voice heard, understood and to elicit a response from the School Authority. The Student Council is an important part of school life and aims to play a significant role in the development of the school.

Student Council Update 2020/21
This year the Student Council excelled in raising funds for several deserving causes. In December the Student Council organised the ‘Annual Christmas Jumper Day’ for the Friday before the Christmas holidays. The atmosphere was merry as everyone joined in the celebration. €450 was raised, which was split between the Simon Community and Crumlin Children's Hospital, two very worthy and deserving causes. 
Before the Easter break our school community proudly took part in ‘Daffodil Day 2021’. Students and teachers wore something yellow for the day and made donations to this amazing cause, raising €586 on the day.
This year the Student Council was also active in the renewal of the SMI bullying policy. Through deliberations with students and teachers, a new bullying policy was created that is most suitable to our school community.