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School Policies

The Board of Management and staff are continually working on and updating policies and plans to ensure the efficient running of our school and to foster a positive school climate for all. The following are some of our school plans which you may be interested in downloading:

◊ Healthy Eating GuidelinesDownload (.pdf file 304 KB)

◊ Homework PolicyDownload (.pdf file 211 KB)

◊ Positive Behaviour PolicyDownload (.pdf file 58.0 KB)

◊ Anti-Bullying PolicyDownload (.pdf file 336 KB)

◊ Child Protection PolicyDownload (.pdf file 173 KB)

◊ School Enrolment PolicyDownload (.pdf file 1.48 MB)

◊ Equality of Opportunity PolicyDownload (.pdf file 20.2 KB)

◊ Class Division PolicyDownload (.pdf file 76.6 KB)

◊ Assessment and Record KeepingDownload (.pdf file 41.3 KB)

Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)Download (.pdf file 31.1 KB)

◊ School Attendance PolicyDownload (.pdf file 30.2 KB)

◊ Special Educational Needs PolicyDownload (.pdf file 61.1 KB)

Work Placement Policy (for those seeking work placements in our school) – Download (.pdf file 20.2 KB)

Administration of Medication PolicyDownload (.pdf file 98.5 KB)

School Self-Evaluation

Numeracy School Self Evaluation & School Improvement PlanDownload (.pdf file 106 KB)

◊ Literacy School Self Evaluation & School Improvement PlanDownload (.pdf file 179 KB)

Forms

◊ Pupil Profile Form (If your contact details change during the year, please fill out this form and forward it to the school secretary) Download

◊ Enrolment Form 2016/17 (please complete and return to the school secretary) Download   (.pdf file 14.3KB)

◊ Enrolment Form 2017/18 (please complete and return to the school secretary) Download (.pdf file 13.7 KB)

◊ Enrolment Form 2018/19 (please complete and return to the school secretary) Download (.pdf file 154 KB)

◊ Enrolment Form 2019/20 (please complete and return to the school secretary) Download (.pdf file 154 KB)

Brochures

School Brochure – information about the school (.pdf file) Download

Infant Brochure – information for infants starting in the school (.pdf file) Download

◊ Maths Curriculum – information on the different areas taught in the maths curriculum (.pdf file) Download

 Reading: Tips for Parents (junior) – ideas for parents of younger pupils on how to encourage reading (.pdf file) Download

Reading: Tips for Parents (senior) – ideas for parents of younger pupils on how to encourage reading (.pdf file) Download

Other Downloads

lunchbox_tipsLunchbox Tips – This was devised as a result of the consultation between parents, staff and pupils on our Healthy Eating Guidelines – Download (.pdf file 115 KB)

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healthy_eatingHealthy Eating in School - Presentation by parent and nutritionist Ann Gilligan for parents on trying to achieve a balanced and healthy lunchbox – Download (.pdf file 477 KB)

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Your Child in the Primary School: Tips for Parents – This booklet is an INTO publication which is very helpful for parents of children starting school, especially if this is your first child – Download (.pdf file 545KB)

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Your Child’s Learning: Guidelines for Parents – This information booklet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment is intended to inform parents about the primary school curriculum and how parents can support this at home – Download (.pdf file 1MB)

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Aistear Information for Parents
– This information leaflet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains what the Aistear infant programme is and how parents can help at home – Download (.pdf file 359KB)

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Tip Sheet on Play for Parents of Young Children – This tip sheet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) is aimed at parents of children 2½-6 years old. It explains how children learn through play and gives suggestions of simple games and activities that can be done at home – Download  (.pdf file 969KB)

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Understanding STen Scores: A Guide for Parents – This information leaflet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains the meaning of Sten scores in your child’s standardised test which you will find with your child’s Annual School Report – Download (.pdf file 332KB)

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Your Child’s School Report – This information leaflet for parents from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains the layout of the new school reports – Download (.pdf file 422KB)

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How to Help Your Child in Junior and Senior Infants: Information for Parents – This information leaflet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains in practical terms how parents can support their child’s learning in different areas of the curriculum – Download (.pdf file 598KB)

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How to Help Your Child in First and Second Class: Information for Parents – This information leaflet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains in practical terms how parents can support their child’s learning in different areas of the curriculum – Download (.pdf file 586KB)

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How to Help Your Child in Third and Fourth Class: Information for Parents – This information leaflet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains in practical terms how parents can support their child’s learning in different areas of the curriculum – Download (.pdf file 762KB)

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How to Help Your Child in Fifth and Sixth Class: Information for Parents – This information leaflet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) explains in practical terms how parents can support their child’s learning in different areas of the curriculum – Download (.pdf file 668KB)

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Parents Complaints Procedure – This information leaflet has been developed by the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) and the Primary School Management (CPSMA) representatives reached and outlines the procedures to be followed when dealing with complaints by parents against teachers. The purpose of the procedure is to facilitate the resolution of difficulties where they may arise in an agreed and fair manner – Download (.pdf file, 57KB)

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A Parent’s Guide to New Media Technologies – This leaflet aims to make parents aware of how new media works and encourage them to engage with, and use, new technologies with their children. This will help keep children safe when they are using technologies from digital games, mobile phones to the computer – Download (.pdf file 2.2MB)

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A Parent’s Guide to Filtering Technologies - This information booklet for parents aims to help provide an understanding of the benefits of filtering to help protect children online. The booklet contains advice for parents on supervising children’s Internet use and the use of filtering technologies. Download (.pdf file 1.43MB)

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A Parents’s Guide to Social Networking - This booklet for parents aims to provide information to help understand the world of social networking websites (SNW) with their children. The booklet explains the world of SNW, the risks and what to look out for on a child’s profile Download (.pdf file 2.73MB)

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10 Tips for Parents - This leaflet from Webwise contains practical advice for parents to engage in their children’s online experiences. It recognises that parents are key actors in fostering an ethos of positive use of the Internet by young people. Download (.pdf file 374KB)

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