Over the next two weeks we are strongly promoting “Independence” in our school. We spoke in assembly about being independent and the children came up with lots of examples of how they can be more independent in school. Next week we are encouraging pupils to start their day in school independently. In the morning children will more »
Parents and guardians, the Board of Management kindly ask that you supervise your children after school hours and ensure, when on the school campus that they are safe and interacting appropriately with others and school property. We have received numerous complaints of school property being damaged (writing on walls, sand tray and play toys being more »
Well done to our Students’ of the Week today in Junior Infants, Senior Infant and First class. Keep up the great work!
Well done to our Students of the Week at Senior Assembly this morning, 20th April. Maith sibh!
As you may already know, the Department of Education provides funding for 40 hours of tuition for children with ASD during the month of July through a programme called July Provision. We do not run school-based July Provision in our school so parents are entitled to apply for one-to-one tuition individually. This is completely optional. more »
Our school is delighted to announce that we will shortly roll out the Aladdin Schools Connect to parents/guardians of children in our classes. The school uses the Aladdin Schools software service www.aladdin.ie for administrative purposes and Connect will give you secure access to messages from the school and to details of your child’s attendance, test results, reports more »
We are delighted to have Mike Glynn, from the Heritage Council scheduled for a two day visit next week. Thursday 26th April: 8.45 – 9.05 – Short workshop with Junior Infant classes 9.15 – 9.35 – Short workshop with Senior Infant classes 9.35 – 10.10 – Site check and prep for willow dome 10.30 – more »