Flu information for parents

As per HSE guidelines we are asking that you do NOT send your child to school if they have flu like symptoms. Thank you and please click on the link below for more information.

 

‘ Keep your child at home and away from others as much as is possible to avoid spreading infection to others. If they are sick with flu they should stay home for 5 days from the onset of symptoms. ‘ (HSE Guidelines)

 

FAQ for parents flu revised 26072017 v1.5 (1)

 

December News

Our December Newsletter is now available to view. Click on the image below to read more.


Scoilnet Star Site

We received news today that we have been given the Scoilnet Star Site award for the month of December.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the content and to those who actively promote the website as a communication tool between St. Colman’s NS and the wider community.
Click on the link to read the review: Website Review

Christmas Carol Service

Just a reminder that our Christmas Carol Service is taking place Thursday next December 21st at 7pm in the Church. Children do not need to wear school uniform. Instead we ask that they dress appropriately for the occasion (no tracksuits or hoodies) and if they have a Christmas jumper to don it for the night. This year we ask that Santa hats, antlers and other head gear are left at home.
All the children are looking forward to the night and we hope that you enjoy our performances.
We will do our best to be finished by 7.45pm
Everyone in attendance is reminded that any images taken must be for private use only and we ask for any photos taken not to be put on the web otherwise Data Protection legislation may be contravened.

New Tab Added

You can now read about the model of support for pupils with Special Educational Needs by clicking on the ‘SEN’ tab which has been added to our site.

Primary Language Curriculum

Don’t forget that the school is closed tomorrow Wednesday November 29th as the teaching staff are in Wexford Education Centre being trained to implement the new Primary Language Curriculum. 

Road Safety/Traffic Concerns

Due to increasing concern expressed by members of our school community regarding road safety outside the school, especially at drop off and pick-up time Mr.Mc Donald recently met with local elected councillors and representatives from Wexford County Council to discuss a possible traffic management plan for the road outside of the school. We are currently awaiting another visit from Wexford County Council to further discuss this possibility and assess the situation.

In the meantime we would like to remind parents that it is their responsibility to ensure their child reaches the school gate safely.  The school cannot take responsibility for directing traffic on the public road. Please drive responsibly paying particular attention while reversing out of parking spaces.

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-Maths Week October 15th - 19th
-Halloween Dress Up Day October 26th
-Mid Term break October 26th at 2.40 pm

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