Book Lists 2015:
If your child has a serious allergy please contact the office (090 6626872). It is important also to inform the class teacher.
IRISH CENTRE FOR TALENTED YOUTH:
www.dcu.ie/ctyi The Irish Centre for Talented Youth (CTYI) was established at Dublin City University (DCU) in 1992 with the aim of providing services for young students with high academic ability. CTYI caters for children who fall approximately in the top 5% of the population academically in either mathematical, verbal or abstract reasoning categories. The centre provides weekend and summer programmes for students in Athlone Institute of Technology. To download an Application Form click here.
Parents play a key role in their children’s education. To find information about what your child is learning at each stage and how you can support them, click on the link here to the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) website.
Help My Kid Learn is another website that provides you with lots of simple ideas that you can build into your day to help them learn more. Just enter your child's age and find lots of fun reading, writing and maths acitivities you can do together www.helpmykidlearn.ie
Teresa Duke, parent presents cheque to school to help purchase Interactive White Boards.
Band Uniforms organised by Angie Duignan, parent and purchased by our Parents Association.