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Parent 's Information
Navy blue jumper/sweatshirt, navy trousers/skirt with pale blue shirt/blouse. The school crest must be put on all jumpers and is available in Singer Centre in Cavan. Children must wear their uniform everyday when attending school.
All clothes and bags should be marked with the owner's name. While reasonable care will be taken of the children's belongings no responsibility will be taken for losses of any kind.
The school will start at 9.00 am and finish 2.40 pm. Infants will finish at 1.40 pm.
The Board of Management does not accept responsibility for children arriving before that time or staying on after 2.40pm.
Regular attendance at school is very important from the beginning.
The school is legally obliged to report to the education welfare officer all absences over 20 days in any school year.
1. On return to school after the child has been off sick
2. When a child has to stay in at playtime
3. When a child has to be excused from school activities
4. When the child has to leave school early or is being collected by an adult not known to the teacher
5. When the child is unable to do homework
6. When the child is not wearing the assigned school uniform
7. Prior to family holidays during the school year
Playtime is between 11.00am - 11.10am
Lunch time is between 12.30pm - 1.00pm
This is a Health Promoting School and small healthy lunches are encouraged. Sandwiches, milk, yogurts, and fruit are acceptable.
No chocolate bars, crisps, and fizzy drinks are permitted.
Chewing gum is strictly forbidden. (Refer to healthy eating policy).
Our school has a Parent Association (PA), which is an organisation of parents/guardians. Its role is to encourage closer links between home and school.
Our PA holds our annual general meeting in October, at the start of the school year. At this meeting a committee is elected to run the PA – usually consisting of a chair, a treasurer, and a secretary.
The PA usually meets once a term but keeps in regular contact with parents /school.
Our PA raises money through various means. A voluntary contribution is requested once a year and we hold one main event at Halloween – for example this year a Halloween fancy dress party/quiz. However, we’re always looking for new fundraising ideas.
There are many different ways you can help with the PA, whether you have lots of time to offer or not.
Some of the roles are time-consuming, although also rewarding. If you can’t commit to a big job, please look out for things you can do less frequently. Of course, you can always support PA events by simply turning up.