We welcomed our two Cairdeas classes back to school on Monday, February 22nd.
Following the government announcement on Tuesday 23rd February children from Junior & Senior Infants, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Classes can return to school on Monday 1st March. 3rd Class are allowed to return as the guidance we have received from the Dept. of Education states that when 2nd Class share a classroom with an older class the older class should return also. 4th to 6th are due to return on Monday 15th March
Click here to access the most up to date information for parents from the Department of Education.
Please note that before returning to school after this closure and after any absence this Return to Education Form must be filled in by parents.
Read our school’s Covid-19 Response Plan here.
Read our Covid-19 Policy Statement here.
Read a letter to parents from the Minister of Education here.
Information on the Supplementary Programme to Support the Education or Care Needs of Pupils can be read here.
Take a look at the video which we hope gives you a flavour of life in our school.
If you are interested in enrolling a child for 2021/22 please click here.
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We have returned to remote teaching and learning. Well done to everyone who has engaged so well with their teachers and various activities since January 11th. Keep trying your best and hopefully we’ll be back together in the school building soon.
Take a look at a selection of the wonderful work completed by our pupils this week! Well done everyone!
The best way to contact all the class teachers is through Class Dojo.
Support teachers can be contacted at the email addresses below.
I can be contacted by emailing email@example.com and if you are worried about any aspect of your child’s school work or if you need some IT support please get in touch.
Please read a letter to parents from the Minister of Education, Norma Foley.
We celebrated Grandparents’ Day on Wednesday 27th January. Take a look at the video below to see some of the great work the girls and boys did to remember their grandparents.
Following the latest government announcement all classes will move to online teaching/learning from Monday 11th of January.
The school is closed for the Christmas holidays. Following the government announcement on Wednesday December 30th, the school will now re-open on Monday 11th January. We wish everyone a Happy, Peaceful and Safe Christmas and New Year.
Nollaig Shona & Athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh go léir! We really enjoyed remembering the first Christmas, when Baby Jesus was born.