The Board of Management of Scoil Mochaomhóg Naofa wishes to inform you that:
- The Board of Management’s annual review of the school’s Child Safeguarding Statement was completed at the Board meeting of 10/02/2021.
- This review was conducted in accordance with the “Checklist for Review of the Child Safeguarding Statement” published on the Department’s ‘website www.education.ie
The Child Safeguarding Statement is available on our ‘Policies’ page on our website;
or alternatively, from our school office.
We welcome any feedback/observations in relation to the Child Safeguarding Statement to firstname.lastname@example.org
|We thought it would be fun to provide a much-needed endorphin boost at the end of the week… Every Friday at 2pm, you can join a Laya Super Troopers Dance Class online! They are designed to be a really simple and fun energy booster, for everyone to get involved.|
This is part of Wellbeing Live with Laya Healthcare and families can register below to get their link: Register Here
We send best wishes to you and your school communities for the coming weeks. And we hope to be back in touch later in the year about the exciting developments coming for Laya Super Troopers!
Let us know if you’d like to hear more.
The Laya Super Troopers Team
Tuesday, 9 February 2021, marks the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day with actions taking place right across the globe. With a theme once again of “Together for a better internet”, the day calls to join together to make the internet a safer and better place for all, and especially for children and young people.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Tel: +353 0(1) 969 6708
Get reading with Ireland Reads
Ireland Reads is a new campaign to get the whole country reading this month in the lead up to a national day of reading on Thursday, February 25th.
Tipperary County Council Library Service have teamed up with libraries nationwide, publishers, booksellers, authors and others for the campaign, which is part of the government’s Keep Well initiative and aims to celebrate reading and all the benefits it can have for wellbeing and enjoyment.
You can get involved by pledging to ‘squeeze in a read’ on Ireland Reads Day, Thursday, February 25th. A new website www.irelandreads.ie has been set up where people can pledge reading time and see how much time has been pledged by the Irish public so far.
Not sure what to read? No problem!
The Ireland Reads website also offers book recommendations suited to your interests and the time you have available. There are more than 800 recommendations from librarians all around the country, all broken down into age groups and reading level.
Simply enter your favourite type of book and how long you would like to read each day and the website will offer a suitable book suggestion and work out how long it will take to complete – a couch to 5k for books!
While libraries are not currently open for browsing or borrowing due to Covid restrictions, library members can use the library Borrowbox service online and choose from more than 44,000 eBooks and 33,000 eAudiobooks.
Join us for story time every day, listen to our podcasts about book recommendations and local history tales, and read what kids in Tipperary are reading today! Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Thanks to everyone who logged into our Online Open Evening. We hope you got a sense of how our schools works. In case you missed it, here is the Video Tour of our school. Enrolment forms can be requested by contacting email@example.com
The Board of Management welcomes the news that the National Council for Special Education has sanctioned the establishment of a Special Class for children with ASD in our school from September 2021. The class will cater for 6 children with ASD and we look forward to opening the class. Applications for the special class will open in mid February. More information can be availed of by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to inform you of a very exciting opportunity for your students and the children of Tipperary. We are giving the opportunity to children between the ages of 10 and 18 to learn the bass guitar; we can even supply them with all the necessary equipment for a small rental fee. Our Music Educator Stephen McGrath will be providing the tuition.