Junior Cycle: Information leaflet for Parents of Post-Primary Students
The Department of Education and Skills wishes to bring to your attention that an Information leaflet for Parents of Post-Primary Students has been prepared.
The new Junior Cycle will place the student at the centre of the learning process. It allows for new ways of learning and a broader range of skills to be properly assessed. This leaflet aims to inform parents of post-primary school students about the key changes underway.
Click here to download the information leaflet: Information leaflet for Parents of Post-Primary Students
For further information on the new Junior Cycle visit:- www.curriculumonline.ie
For subject and short course specifications and information regarding assessment www.jct.ie for teacher CPD information and general information regarding the new Junior Cycle
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Survey on Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults
We are inviting the parents in your school to be a part of this submission by answering the 8 questions on the survey.
The estimated time to complete this survey is 3 minutes.
Responses must be completed by 15th October as the submission must be made by 20th October
Please click on the link here: Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults
The National Parents Council post primary (NPCpp) has, for a long time now, pursued our policy to give Parents a strong voice in the education of our children.
The Department of Education and Skills has now proposed some changes to the legislation in our educational system – They are introducing a Parent and Student Charter Bill 2016 which will determine the parents’ role in education for many years to come.
This Bill will require every school to consult with and involve parents and students more in the running of the school, and to publish and operate a Parent and Student Charter.
NPCpp welcomes this positive step and the recognition it brings to parental involvement in the education of our children.
Minister Richard Bruton has directed that parents be consulted through NPCpp and we have created the attached survey to ensure that we can properly reflect what you would like to see being implemented through the Charter.
Your thoughts and ideas are crucial! So please take a few minutes (10-15 max) to complete and return your response.
Please click on this link to have your voice heard:
Help us to reach out to as many parents as possible – Please share this survey with your friends, family and other parents in your school.
A huge thank you to the Parents Association
Notification regarding the Board of Management’s annual review of the anti-bullying policy.
To: Parents, Guardians, staff and students
The Board of Management of Presentation College wishes to inform you that:
- The Board of Management’s annual review of the school’s anti-bullying policy and its implementation was completed at the Board meeting of 20th September 2016.
- This review was conducted in accordance with the checklist set out in Appendix 4 of the Department’s Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools.
Signed Michael Brett Date 20/09/16
Board of Management
Signed Neasa Cosgrove Date 20/09/16
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A VERY SINCERE THANK YOU FROM THE PARENTS ASSOCIATION
The Parents Association of Presentation College Tuam wish to thank most sincerely all who contributed and supported their recently held Table quiz.
A special word of thanks to the following for their input on the night John Mulrooney, Sean McGrath, the staff of school who attended in large numbers and Ca Farragher.
Thanks also to the Parents who were unable to attend and gave contributions towards the fundraiser.
Congratulations to the winners on the night.