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DIGITAL COMMUNICATION and Your Child DOCUMENT for PARENTS Junior Cycle Information for Parents of Primary Students Page BOM Agreed Report  May 2019 If you have not already done so     register with the Komeer App so that we can stay in touch 2020 - 2021 Scoil San Carlo is a senior primary school catering for boys and girls from 8 years to 12 years. Scoil San Carlo is a school with a catholic tradition and ethos, however, we welcome children of all faiths and none.   Our school recognises the variety of differences that exist among children and the need to appreciate and respect all difference both ethnic and cultural. BOM Agreed Report  November 2019 BOM Agreed Report  September 2019 Notification Child Safeguarding Statement Review 2021 Notification Anti Bullying Annual Review 2021 Admissions Policy Please click on your child’s class teachers name and complete the SeeSaw Consent Form SOLAR PANELS .....for Parents BOM Agreed Report  January 2020 BOM Agreed Report  March 2020 BOM Agreed Report  May 2020 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Book Lists 2020 - 2021
Dear Parents & Guardians  This school year our classes will be using Seesaw (http://seesaw.me), a secure online journal where students can document and reflect on what they are learning in class. Your child will be able to add the things we work on (including photos, videos, worksheets, drawings and voice recordings) to their Seesaw journal and we can share them privately with you and other family members to view and comment on throughout the school year.  In order for your child to use Seesaw, the app needs your child’s name in order to be able to associate work like their photos, videos or voice recordings with their account. Seesaw only uses this information to provide the service and doesn’t advertise in Seesaw, create profiles of students, or share or sell your child’s personal information or journal content.  You can read more about their strong privacy promises here: https://web.seesaw.me/privacy.  Under an EU law called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in order for your child to use Seesaw, the school must get your consent. For more information on GDPR, please visit https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/reform/rights-citizens.   I hope that your child will enjoy using Seesaw to document and share their learning this year.    Le gach dea ghuí   Principal Return to School Parent / Guardian Declaration Form BOM Agreed Report  October 2020 3rd Class  Ms. Burcheal 3rd Class  Ms. Quinn 4th Class  Ms. Kilbride 4th Class  Ms. Ward 5th Class  Mr. Sherlock 5th Class  Ms. Campion 5th Class  Ms. Connolly 6th Class  Ms. Sirr 6th Class  Mr. Flatley 6th Class  Mr. McCreary Our School’s Information Page COVID-19 I would like to share with you details about an Information session for Parents who are Family Carers,  Tuesday 24th November, at 7pm, via zoom.   Maggie Lally from Family Carers Ireland will cover the topics of; •       Family Carers rights & entitlements, •       Carers card & Emergency Card, •       Training & workshops, •       One to one supports, •       Website information including upcoming events.   Registration for the information event is via Eventbrite on the link below, and there are a limited number of places.   https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/information-session-for-parents-who-are-family-carers-tickets-128883868119   If you have any specific questions for Maggie, they can be forwarded in advance by email to Carol Donoghue on carol@countykildarelp.ie
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 Week
Pupils from Ms. Burcheal's class taking part in the "Litter Pickers" Environmental programme
Christmas lights by the pupils on Room5
Room 4 Mini Scientists hard at Work
Medal Winners
"Intel Mini-Scientists in Room 12 conducting experiments with static electricity"
Science Table Quiz Winners
Room 5 presenting their projects on the Celts
A special visitor came to Ms.Burcheal’s classroom this morning! Hopefully there’s no trouble from the new pupil.
Room 2 Christmas tree art
Student Counvil members with a cheque for 1150 raised in the Big Blue run in aid of Diabetes Ireland
BOM Agreed Report  Decemberr 2020
Electrical Circuits in Room 5
Christmas Art from Room 5
This Weeks Picker Pal
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Ms Quinn
3rd Class
Ms Burcheal
3rd Class
Ms Duggan
Ms Ward
4th Class
Ms Kilbride
4th Class
Mr Sherlock
5th Class
Ms Connolly
5th Class
Ms Walsh
5th Class
Ms Enright
Mr Flatley
6th Class
Ms Sirr
6th Class
Mr McCreary
6th Class
Teacher’s email
Mr O’Riordan
Pupil’s
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 hq@mymind.org, 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 Services) Dear Parents/Guardians, 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 key messages: 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
The Department of Education National Educational Psychology Service (NEPS) have many resources that you may find useful while the school is closed. These resources can be found on the Department website here Plan for a Day A plan for the day template is available here to help you and your child put a structure on the day. It suggests trying to have a schedule, creating time for fun activities, time for learning, break times and time for physical activity. Advice for Young People  NEPS has published Advice for Young People while Schools are Closed which is available here Relaxation Techniques Podcast  This link will take you to a  podcast from NEPS to help  parents and pupils practise  relaxation techniques. Advice for Parents NEPS has also published A Guide for Parents on Supporting Children and Young People with Daily Routines while Schools are Closed which is available here
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 that time. 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.
BOM Agreed Report  January 2021 In these difficult times this is an exciting opportunity for children and young people to avail of subsidised Performance Music education sessions, which will offer children and young people a unique opportunity to learn an new musical instrument or develop one they already have, engage socially with other like-minded young musicians, develop their musicianship and most importantly, have fun.  Music Generation Kildare has recently announced their online Instrumental and Vocal Hubs, available to all young musicians across the county.  These exciting new programmes will be delivered weekly by an excellent team of Musician Educators, all of whom are already established professional musicians, both nationally and internationally. For Parents and Guardians  Here is the link to our February HSE Health and Wellbeing Newsletter. It is focused on "Wellbeing for Parents" and signposts to trusted resources to support parents and children’s wellbeing during school closures.
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
PARENTS’ COURSE 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 https://www.tickettailor.com/events/dyslexiaireland/463953 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 break. We have had another week of great work so enjoy the good weather this weekend. 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 soon. In the meantime we ask parents and guardians to read the letter here from the Chief Medical Officer.