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Euston Street Primary School, Belfast
PARENT TEACHER MEETINGS Please be mindful. All this week school will be ending for all pupils at 1:15pm. Pupils will be provided lunch in school. Please make necessary arrangements ahead of time for pupil collections as uncollected pupils may have an impact on teacher's ability to meet parents, it can also be stressful for the children.Many thanks | ONLINE PAYMENTS SET UP A note has been sent home detailing requirements for setting up online payments with eduspot. Please return note to school as soon as possible. For any further information and support please see school website. Once activated we will not be operating a separate payment system in school. Many thanks
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Board of Governors


Board of Governors

Welcome to Euston Street Primary School &

Nursery Unit. As a Board we work closely with

all members of our school community to ensure

that our pupils make progress and have every

opportunity to experience all that education has to

offer. The Board have very close connections with

the school both presently and historically. I have

personally had both my children attend Euston

Street Primary School and take great pride in the

high standards that the school sets for all of its

pupils and staff members. We welcome all pupils

and families to our school. Should you have any

further questions please contact Mr. Armstrong at

school. Thank you.

Mr. Mark Young


(Euston Street Primary School & Nursery Unit)

Mr M Young (Chairperson)

Mr K Kennedy

Mrs C Kyle

Mr B Murphy

Mr S Quinn

Mrs H Myles

Mr S Roberts

Mr S Mathieson

Duties of the Board of Governors

  • Governors are responsible for the use of funds allocated to the school by the Education Authority.

  • Governors are responsible for ensuring that the teachers have the necessary facilities to provide a curriculum which meets the requirements of the Education Order and for producing a policy in relation to the curriculum.

  • Governors are required to ensure that the appropriate arrangements are made for the admission of pupils to the school and for drawing up criteria which will be used for selection in the event that the number of pupils seeking to be enrolled exceeds the number of places available.

  • The complement of staff in the school, both teaching and non-teaching, is controlled by the Governors and arrangements for dealing with issues involving Human Resources within the school also fall within their remit.



BOG Voice Survey October 2019