Parent/Guardian contact information:
It is important that the school has up-to-date contact information for all parents/guardians. Please inform the school of any changes to phone numbers, email addresses and/or house addresses.
Please check your emails regularly as this is a regular source of communication with parents.Parent/Guardian request for letters:
Please allow at least one working day for letters e.g. attendance letters. Ann will ensure letters requested are given to your child’s class teacher to send home.
Informing school of your child’s absence: Please email your child’s class teacher directly if you child is absent.
Roll call is at 9am. If reason for absence is not emailed to class teacher before 9am, you will receive a text message informing you that your child is out.
Letters from school
All letters sent home are available on school website.
We are a Green School, therefore newsletters and letters are emailed to parents.
For security we try to minimise the amount of cash kept on the school premises. Where possible, we ask that parents make payments securely online using our e-payments option on Aladdin.
The ePayment system will give you access from an internet browser on your computer, phone or tablet to make secure payments to the school using your credit or debit card. The purpose of the ePayment system is to facilitate the easier payment of school money collections for parent/guardians and to reduce the amount of cash and cheques being sent into our school in line with recent central bank directives.
Aladdin uses state of the art security to safeguard information entered by you and the school and data is stored and processed in strict compliance with Irish data protection laws.
If you need to collect your child early from school, please notify the class teacher and/or office in advance so your child will be ready for collection.
You can phone the office on (01) 8272018 or email email@example.com.
Please note that it is not possible for your child to collected between 1pm – 1.10pm (Junior & Senior Infants) and 2pm – 2.10pm (1st – 6th class) as teachers are trying their best to get pupils organised for home time.