Return to school March 2021
Thank you for your patience and understanding in working with us over the past few weeks as we made our way through the various requirements which were necessary to help us to reopen safely…
We expect that students should follow their normal timetable as closely as possible to structure their day. Some class periods will involve direct contact with a teacher – may be a live lesson, narrated powerpoint, recorded instructions etc. For subjects that occur 2/3 times a week students will have one live/recorded lesson. For subjects that occur 4/5 times a week, students will have two live/recorded lesson engagements. (from next week) Read full plan here
This year we will use Blended Learning to avoid close contact, while ensuring quality Teaching and Learning can continue. Students will use their smart phones, tablets and laptops to review and submit work… Click here for full details
The information contained in this booklet on 4th September 2020 is subject to change in accordance with HSE/DES advice. We will update you on any changes as they arise.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in working with us over the past few weeks as……Read full doc: Information Document for Parents
COVID-19 Response Plan for the safe and sustainable reopening of Post Primary Schools. Read here.
21st August 2020
RETURN TO SCHOOL INFORMATION
Dear Parent/Guardian and Student,
As I write we are working hard to prepare the school for your return and we are looking for-ward to seeing you all. There is some building configuration going on at the moment and we cannot welcome back all students until we have all our classrooms available to us…… READ full letter Here Return to School Letter for Students (2020 21)