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What is Educate Together?

The charter of Educate Together commits us to uphold the following core principles.

• Multi-denominational
• Co - educational        
• Child centred              
• Democratically run    


Our school promotes the holistic development of each child. We encourage children to reach their true potential through a broad and balanced curriculum. We aspire our pupils to develop opinions, views and beliefs in a safe, inclusive learning environment.

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Non-emergency support available

Parents/guardians if you are needing assistance or support at this time please get in touch. We can help you access food, clothing and shelter. Please contact Helena directly at principal@powerstownet.com in confidence.  Community Helpline A dedicated community support helpline and email address opens on Monday to assist at-risk members of the public in accessing non-emergency Continue Reading

“Open Access” to services due to Covid-19

This is a list of services that have been made available for free for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, and is being continuously updated. It may be of use to parents & pupils. https://covid19.shanehastings.eu/giveback/

Social Story: COVID-19 “Lockdown”

AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity, has been working in close partnership with SuperValu to support the autism community through the uncertain, anxious times of the COVID-19 outbreak. In response to last night’s Government announcement of further restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus AsIam have produced a social story / visual guide to support Continue Reading

Covid-19 Update (27/3/20) #stayathome

Friday 27th March 2020Government Statement: From midnight tonight until Easter Sunday (12th April 2020) everybody must stay at home in all circumstances, except in the following situations: – To travel to and from work only where the work is essential health, social care or essential service (a list of these will be made available) – Continue Reading

Tablets & phones accessing Google Classrooms

Download Classroom App Students can install the Classroom app on Android, Apple® iPhone and iPad, or Chrome OS mobile devices. The Classroom app isn’t available for Windows® mobile devices. Once you’ve downloaded the Classroom app, sign in.   How do I sign in to Classroom?   Download Gmail app to your device (from store) Use school Continue Reading

DES & NEPS: Staying well

The Department of Education and Skills’ NEPS psychologists have developed advice and some resources for young people to manage and stay well when schools are closed.  Advice to young people while schools are closed Plan for the Day Relaxation techniques NEPS psychologists have developed guidance for parents supporting children to create new routines at home.  Continue Reading

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