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San Carlo SNS
2020 - 2021
Room 16 floating on Balloons
The Bright Sparks in Room 2 carrying out experiments with Static Electricity.
Pupils in all classes
taking part in the Zoom
Table Quiz for Science
Christmas lights by the
pupils on Room5
Room 4 Mini
Scientists hard at
"Intel Mini-Scientists in Room 12 conducting
experiments with static electricity"
Science Table Quiz Winners
Room 5 presenting their projects on the Celts
Room 2 Christmas tree art
Student Counvil members with a
cheque for 1150 raised in the Big Blue
run in aid of Diabetes Ireland
in Room 5
Christmas Art from
Please see below links to the Board of
Management annual review the School's Child
Safeguarding Statement and Risk Assessment
and the Anti-Bullying Policy
MyMind has been supported via Sláintecare & the HSE to provide
FREE counselling online and by phone to individuals aged 18 years+
until 31st March 2021.
The FREE counselling is available to individuals aged 18 years+ to
whom any one of the criteria below applies:
· Presenting with COVID-19 related mental health issues (e.g.
bereavement, social isolation/cocooning, illness, stress, depression,
anxiety, addiction, domestic violence)
· A front-line worker in a medical setting (e.g. HSE staff, nursing
home staff, paramedic, public health worker, GP)
· Employed with low income
(see threshold in How Do I Apply section on MyMind.org )
· Unemployed due to COVID 19
· Bereaved resulting from COVID 19
· Over the age of 65
· Cocooning due to ill-health (regardless of age)
To arrange an appointment and for further information please contact
MyMind directly by email email@example.com, by calling 076 680 1060, or
by visiting MyMind.org
Kildare Children & Young People’s Services Committee
TUSLA – The Child & Family Agency
A Message from NEPS (National Educational Psychological
When trying to think about how we can support ourselves,
our families, our communities and our country in the coming
weeks, it can be helpful to remind ourselves of these three
Stay Responsible & Informed
Stay Active & Connected
Stay Positive & Calm
Below we have created links to a range of resources which
you may find helpful. Please feel free to contact us on if you
have any concerns
This week we have to say a sad
farewell to our colleague and friend,
Ms Mary Kirwan.
Mary has been an important and valued
member of our staff since 2015 and she
will be greatly missed by us all and also
by the many pupils she worked with over
On behalf of our school community, we
want to say thank you to Mary for her
wonderful contribution to the life of the
school and to wish her all the best in her
new life in Co. Wexford.
We would also like to highlight the free online Stress Control
programme which is running again this February and March.
For information and timetable see www.stresscontrol.ie
The Dyslexia Association of Ireland is offering a Parents' Course on
Dyslexia. The next one begins on March 9. This is a great practical
course for parents, and is especially beneficial for those whose
child has recently been identified with dyslexia.
The course provides an overview of all the main topics parents
need to understand so they can best support their child.
Full details on our next parents' course are available at
Please share this with any parents who may be interested.
It was lovely to reconnect with all our
pupils this week after the mid-term
We have had another week of great
work so enjoy the good weather this
We wish all the pupils who have
already started back at school and
those who are returning to school on
Monday - especially younger
brothers and sisters and cousins and
friends- the best of luck.
We hope we will be able to join them
In the meantime we ask parents and
guardians to read the letter here
from the Chief Medical Officer.