Parent Information

HSE NOTICE
Post-Primary School measles alert Feb 2024 English
Post-Primary School measles alert Feb 2024 FINAL_GAE

Subject Choice Information TY/5th Year 2024/2025

2024 5th Year Subject Choice

Webinar
Friendships and Mental Health Webinar for Parents and Guardians (1)

Exam Revision



Attendance Reporting
Information about attendance reporting requirements

5th Year Career/Wellbeing trip
Waterford Dec 2023 Trip
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RDS 21st Sept – Higher Options letter

School Canteen Update

Careers/Open Day

Internet Safety

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Stay at home if sick!
The most important measure is to stay home if you are unwell.
Many children might have a runny nose or a slight cough in winter season. However, if a child is feeling unwell they should be at home. For example, they may have:
• fever
• cough, and
• sore throat
They should stay at home until those symptoms have finished.

Children with symptoms are more likely to spread infections. For example, they may spread flu or bacterial infections. Staying home when unwell will help prevent spread to other children, families and staff.

Parent Teacher meetings information for all years Parent Teacher Meetings information

How to stay safe on Facebook – click here

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Click on the link below to access the Tusla “Parenting Support Matters” resourse

http://www.tusla.ie/services/family-community-support/prevention-partnership-and-family-support-programme/parenting/parenting-support-champions-project/parenting-support-matters