Parents – General Information
PARENT SUPPORT DOWNLOADS:
WEBINAR: SUPPORTING MY ADOLESCENT: POST PRIMARY PARENT WEBINAR
DATE: Thursday, 11th February 2021 TIME: 7 p.m.
FACILITATOR: Nicola Culloty
Description: This webinar will offer practical advice to parents who once again find themselves juggling home and school in one place. This webinar will explore how to support and motivate adolescents. It will also identify ways that we can make space for emotions and build connection.
Topic Areas: Parent Wellbeing; Adolescent Wellbeing; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Mental Health;Wellbeing; Homeschooling; Covid 19.
HOW TO BOOK FOR THIS WEBINAR on Thursday, 11th February 2021 at 7 p.m.
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Senior Cycle Options and Subject Choice 2021
Parenting Programme Information
School Costs Letter 2020
Download School Costs letter 2020
Workbook Lists 2020/2021
Download Workbook List 2020/2021
Support Booklet – “Don’t Lose the Head”
“Parents who talk to their children about drugs and know what they are doing and who they are with, can reduce the chances of their children using drugs.” – Biglan et al, 2004, cited in www.drugprevention.gc.ca
This booklet has been written for parents/guardians as well as others who take care of children and young people e.g. extended family members such as grandparents, older siblings or aunts/uncles. Remember, the earlier a parent/guardian starts to talk to their child about drugs and alcohol the better. Click Here To Download “Don’t Lose the Head”
School transport information
All queries should be addressed to Waterford School Transport office 051 873401/ firstname.lastname@example.org
After school study
Supervised study is offered to all students but not recommended for first years. In 2019/2020 it takes place at the following times:
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 4.15-6.00 pm
- Friday 1.45-3.30
The annual study fee is €270
The school uniform is to be worn in full at all times during the school day and at official school functions. Student uniforms should be kept in a clean and presentable state at all times.The school uniform consists of:
- “Anne Fahey” knee-length school skirt or “Virginian” school trousers and “Deerpark” jumper a white shirt and optional red tie
- flat-soled plain black, navy or dark brown shoes (boots/runners are not permitted). Only students furnishing a current medical certificate may wear alternative footwear
- black/navy tights or socks
- The wearing of jewellery should be kept to a minimum – one ring on the hand, one pair of small stud earrings, and a watch. Facial jewellery is strictly forbidden covered or uncovered.
- Students are expected to follow regulations in this regard as published from time to time.
- Make-up should be kept to a minimum and appropriate for a school environment.
- All heavy eye make-up is forbidden
Students are expected to wear the proper uniform for Physical Education classes. The P.E. uniform consists of: unbranded navy track suit ends. School T shirt available in Outfield Sports. Senior students in 5th & 6th year have the option of wearing the school T shirt or a sleeved high neck jersey.
Runners suitable for physical activity.
Please note that the school cannot take responsibility for lost or misplaced gear.
Junior Cycle Information
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: email@example.com