CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK. The theme for Catholic Schools Week this year is : Learning with Pope Francis to Care for Our Common Home. The Pope calls on every person living on this planet to make necessary changes in our lives to protect our planet.
GRANDPARENTS' DAY: See our pictures on Twitter
Link to our TWITTER account to see up to date information on our school: https://twitter.com/ScoilMhuireRos Anyone who wants to post anything please contact our PR committee on this email address and it will be tweeted!!! firstname.lastname@example.org Our PR committee are looking forward to hearing from you - Louise Kilcullen, Aidín Ní Dhonncha and Aisling McNeill.
To download a copy of our application form for enrolment please click here. CLOSING DATE 10TH FEBRUARY, 2017.
NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2016 from the Amalgamation Steering Committee with some of your questions answered: To download click here
Name announced of of the newly amalgamated school ST. COMÁN'S WOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL. To download click here
Agreed report from the Amalgamation Management Committee February, 2016. To download click here
Agreed report from the Amalgamation Management Committee 21st January, 2016. To download click here
AMALGAMATION OF Scoil Mhuire and Abbey Boys' National Schools (NS) into one new co-educational primary school by 1st September, 2017: The Patron of Scoil Mhuire is Bishop Kevin Doran, of the Elphin Diocese. In October 2015, the Diocese of Elphin conducted a ballot of parents of children of both Scoil Mhuire National School (NS) and the Abbey Boys' NS. Seventy-four per cent of families attending the schools used thier ballot. 84% of parents voted in favour of the proposal to 're-organise the Abbey NS and Scoil Mhuire NS as one single co-educational school, operating on the two existing sites'. In response to this, the Diocese of Elphin has recently set up a Project Management Committee as a vehicle "to plan for and ensure the most effective amalgamation of the Abbey Boys' National School and Scoil Mhuire National School as one new co-educational primary school , by 1st September, 2017." This is to be achieved through effective collaboration between management, staffs, students, parents, trustees and the local community of the two existing schools.
Excellent sessions for the children and parents on internet safety including cyber bullying. Valuable information for parents click here.
PARENTS ASSOCIATION 2016 - 2017: Thank you to parents (new and experienced!) who have volunteered to work on our committee this year. The staff and Board of Management value the support and advice of the Parents Association. Chairperson, Marie Gorman; Vice-chairperson, Margaret King; Minutes secretary, Marian Farrell/ Róisín Kennedy; PRO, Liz Mulry; Treasurer, Cáit Harlow; Vice-treasurer, Imelda Quinn. Also on the committe are Eileen Stephens, Laarni Beattie, Shivanthy Gately, Aoife McPhillips, Edel burgoyne, Aisling Neilan, Beata Godzic, Judy McNamara and Caita DaNova.
SURVEY of 119 PARENTS carried out by the Department of Education and Science (DES) Inspectorate (February 2015)
Percentage of parents who agreed or strongly agreed to the following questions asked by the DES
99.2% My child feels safe and well looked after in school
97.5% My child is fully included in school and classroom life
97.5% The work my child is asked to do by the class teacher is matched to his or her ability
98.4% There is good communiation between home and school
93.2% I was consulted about the extra support my child receives in school
94.8% The work my child is asked to do by the support teacher is matched to his/her ability
93.1% I am aware of the learing targets established for my child
99.2% The school is helping my child to progress with reading and writing
95% The school is hleping my child to progress with Maths
94.1% The school is helping my child to interact with others.
VIDEO CLIP ON OUR SCHOOL NUMERACY PROGRAMME: Click here http://vimeo.com/user8605896/review/50030105/75746cc081
School Self-evaluation Report 2015 on Numeracy and Special Needs
School Improvement Plan 2015 - 2018
School self-evaluation report on Literacy 2012 - 2015