SCOIL AN CHLOCHAIR
Information for 2017-2018
A reminder that the school is closed on Monday June 18th as the teachers will be attending Child Protection Training . Please check your school calendar HERE
Thanks to Noeline Coffey (see below)
Please see our Child Protection Procedures :
Click HERE for our May 2018 Newsletter .
updated Friday June 8th
SAFETY OF OUR CHILDREN!
•The Board of Management of Scoil an Chlochair is concerned about the safety of the children in the Church Car Park. We request the cooperation of drivers who drop off and collect children each day.
•Please observe a speed limit of 5km in the car park
•The ‘Set Down’ area in the car park should be strictly for SET DOWN ONLY. If you are going into the school with your child or children please use the marked parking bays provided.
•When collecting children all parents should park in the parking bays.
No parking or waiting in the clearway areas.
•The children walk over to the church regularly.. Please do not park on the marked pathway.
•Please take care of our children!
Thanks to Noeline Coffey.
Noeline has retired from her post as school warden. Noeline has been our friendly lollypop lady for the last 11 years and the school is grateful for her dedication and service. We wish her all the best in her retirement and say thanks and God bless!
( Parents please be advised that while we await the appointment of a new school warden by Westmeath County Council you must talk to your children about crossing the road with care)
Please see our updated enrolment policy (on Policies page) for information about your child's enrolment.
MEETINGS ARE HELD MONTHLY AND ALL PARENTS ARE WELCOME
Health and Safety
The health and safety of all our school community is most important at all times Please talk to your child about taking care around the school grounds and when enntering and leaving school. We ask that all parents and guardians observe a 5kph through the church car park at all times. Please do not park or wait in the set down area.
We have been informed by a number of parents that their children have nut allergies. In one case the allergy is severe. Therefore the school must be declared a "nut-free" zone.
We are asking all families to be aware of the implications of this. No nuts or foods containing nuts will be allowed in school. Please check the ingredients of products that you are sending with your child each day to ensure you are complying with this directive.
Thank you for your support in making our school environment a safer place for all .
Further information is available from
Contact school 0579333558 or email@example.com