A message from our Head Girl, Lorna Butler
- Wash your hands thoroughly and often.
- Keeping two meters apart from each other, whether it be at home, outside or in the shop.
- Keep social contact to an absolute minimum.
Covid-19 UPDATE – updated 24/03
Following the Taoiseach’s latest announcement, Scoil Mhuire will remain closed up to April 19th at least. Should you need to contact school urgently while its closed phone 087-9086548.
Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate orals and practicals that were due to held before Easter have been cancelled. students to be awarded full marks. There has been no decision on written exams as yet. Students and parents should ignore speculation and await updates from the Minister for Education and the State Exams Commission website
The following is information regarding how to access our online learning platform – Office 365 Learning Platform
All students in Scoil Mhuire are signed up to an online learning platform – TEAMS. Through this, their teachers are in contact and can continue to direct students learning while the school is closed due to the COVID-19 virus.
Priority is been given to exam classes. Teachers are using a variety of methodologies to assist their students.
This varies from live video streaming; videos produced by the teacher; assignments with answers/ screenshots of completed work emailed to teacher to assignments given with marking schemes posted to the class group.
Most importantly all students have access to their subject teachers. All students are recommended to follow their normal school timetable whilst at home.
Scoil Mhuire asks for parental support to ensure that every student checks TEAMs and their school email regularly. It is important that every student engages with assigned work.
Students attending ERSS for subjects should use this link to access subject work: https://www.erss.ie/online-study
Covid-19 Guidance for schools
Statement from the National Public Health Emergency Team, 01 March 2020
The Department of Education and Skills has received a letter from the Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health, Dr Tony Holohan, with advice to parents of school children travelling from regions affected by Covid-19.
The letter is available on our website below under the heading, ‘Chief Medical Officer advice to parents’; – click here to view
Thank you for your assistance, please get in touch if you have any further enquiries.
Catholic Education Irish Schools Trust Reflection
Download the weekly Ceist Reflection pdf below -which will be available weekly
Students views of life at Scoil Mhuire
Scoil Mhuire Carrick on Suir
Scoil Mhuire is a Christian, caring community which encourages the integrated development of every individual concerned
Greenhill, Carrick on Suir, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Phone: 051-640383 l Email: firstname.lastname@example.org