We will continue to do our very best in school to provide structure to your child’s learning while they are at home. At this point in time, we would like to seek your feedback to evaluate how everything is going so far and to allow us to refine our programme going forward. Please click here to access an online questionnaire in relation to how our programme for distance learning is working for you.
Greetings to everyone, I hope you are keeping safe and well. Once again, work for the week ahead has been posted on the various platforms in use by our teachers. We wish to thank you for your support and feedback to date. Staying in touch with your child’s teacher is a vital link as we navigate this unusual time. Last week, we conducted a survey to help inform our current practices. We wish to thank those who took the time to respond to our survey. We were delighted to receiv
Glounaguillagh N.S. at Home - Volume 1 Click here to read the first edition of Glounaguillagh N.S. @ Home Access PDF here - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hBOxgpLYm8fq-J1lLQYTWhShTtNgeFEy/view?usp=sharing
Introduction to the Process Certain sections of the Education (Admission to Schools) Act 2018, relating to the school admission process, commenced on 1 February 2020. The key dates for the preparation and publication of an admission policy are set out in new requirements that apply to admissions from September 2021 onwards. Preparation of a draft admission policy Section 62(1) of the Act requires boards of management to prepare a draft admission policy, following consultation
A Call for Photographs, Art Work, Poems & Stories Pupils are invited to email us any photographs of what they have been up to, as well as any art work, stories and/or poems created/written during the current school closure. All photographs/work received will be published via the school's website/social media channels. It is hoped that this initiative will motivate children and that they will be interested in viewing one another's work. Email your photographs to glounaguillagh
We understand that the range of access to technology is varied and that accessing work on tablets, etc. is not ideal. This is uncharted territory for all of us and we will experience challenges as we go along. However, by working together, we will make the most of the situation we are now faced with. We realise that not all households have access to a printer. It is not a requirement to print any of the work uploaded as part of the weekly work. It is very acceptable to comple
Dear Parents, I hope everyone has had a lovely Easter break. We certainly had plenty of much needed sunshine! How we would love to be walking in the school doors for term 3! My thoughts are with our students, who I am sure are missing school and especially their friends. With the latest announcement, school closures and other restrictions are now planned to remain in place until Tuesday 5th May 2020. Unfortunately, as a result, our Confirmation and First Holy Communion dates
Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope you and your children are keeping well and staying safe and healthy. That is what is most important. I know that all families are doing all they can to cope in these very difficult times. Please remember that each of us can only do our best. As we approach the end of the term, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the students and teachers for the magnificent way in which they have engaged with our distance learning efforts. Everyon