Published: Thursday, 25 February 2021 15:09
On Monday 1 March the first four classes at primary level – junior and senior infants, first and second class – and final year Leaving Certificate students will return to in-school provision. This phase will also see a return to full attendance for children in special schools.
Monday 15 March is the target date for the return to in-school provision of the rest of primary school children - third to sixth class students - and fifth year Leaving Certificate students. This date will be reviewed during the period following 1 March.
Monday 12 April, following the Easter break is the target date for the return to in-school education for the rest of post-primary students - first to fourth year students.
Remote teaching and learning provision for students in each category will cease once in-person teaching and learning provision commences for each group of students.
LINK - Full Letter to Parents/Guardians (Department of Education)
Published: Saturday, 09 January 2021 07:54
Principal's Letter to Parents / Guardians
Introductory Guide to Google Classroom (Pupils / Parents / Guardians)
Accessing Google Classroom on Games Consoles (Xbox & PlayStation)
Google Classroom Login | ePortal Login
Published: Monday, 10 August 2020 21:22
Due to the ongoing efforts to manage a re-opening of school for all pupils, it has been necessary to amend the return to school schedule. Of paramount concern is the safety of all pupils and staff and it is essential that all pupils and parents / guardians understand the significant changes to the school’s operating systems and structures, and their responsibilities to co-operate with the revised protocols.
READ Re-opening 2020/21 Letter to Parents / Guardians & Pupils
Published: Monday, 10 August 2020 15:24
The StepUp website has been developed in order to assist both students and their parents in making the move between primary and secondary school.
School transition programmes do happen in a lot of schools during a normal year but 2020 has proved far from normal. This website should help young people to get a bit more ready for secondary and hopefully explain a lot of the things they want to know. There may also be a few things they haven’t thought about...