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  • Title: Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: .. Ladyswell National School.. Go to content.. Main menu.. Home.. School Zone.. About Us.. Mission Statement.. School History.. Our Locality.. Enrolment Form.. Board of Management.. School Policies.. Code of Discipline.. Homework Policy.. Anti - Bullying Policy.. HSCL Policy.. Dates for your Diary.. School Calendar.. School Projects.. Digital Schools.. Yellow Flag.. Xperience Engineering.. Spider Awards.. Science Week.. Green Schools.. Comenius.. Comenius 2010.. Comenius 2012.. Intercultural.. Countries Represented.. Languages Spoken.. Intercultural Week.. EAL.. First Holy Communion.. Confirmation.. Contact Us.. Opening Times.. Children Zone.. Sport.. Girls Soccer.. Boys Soccer.. Athletics.. Classes.. 5th 6th Class.. 3rd 4th Class.. 1st 2nd Class.. Junior Senior Infants.. Breakfast Club.. Homework Club.. Music.. Samba Drumming.. Film.. Parent Zone.. Newsletters.. Newsletters.. Parent News.. Parent Courses.. Home School Liaison.. Parents Association.. Parent Links.. Teacher Zone.. Guidelines/Reports.. DES Circulars.. CPD.. Croke Park.. Staff Email.. Online Textbooks.. Useful Websites.. Teacher Links.. Teacher Area.. Learning Zone.. Gallery.. Blog Zone.. Latest News:.. Congratulations to everyone in the school for achieving the.. Click here.. to find out more.. The.. Parent-.. Teacher meeting.. will take place on Thursday the 22nd of November 2012.. 5th 6th Class Boys' Football Training.. Fridays (2:30pm -.. 3:30pm).. Tuesdays (2:30pm -.. 3:20pm).. to see the Athletic's webpage.. School Opening Hours.. Junior Infants:.. 8:50am to 1:30pm.. Senior Infants:.. 1st Class to 6th Class.. : 8:50am to 2:30pm.. Breakfast club.. is opened from 8:00am every day.. All children are very welcome to come for a healthy breakfast.. Comhghairdeas to all the students, parents, staff and the local community for achieving the.. for promoting inclusion and diversity in the school..  ...   ceathair ar fheabhas sa chomórtas sacair.. Well done to all the girls and boys on the school teams.. Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn welcomed the.. World Harmony Runners.. on their around the world torch run.. to see our school on the.. World Harmony Website.. Páistí ó Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn ag plandáil crann sa pháirc in aice na scoile.. Children from 4th Class recently visited.. Dunsink Observatory.. to view the.. Sky at Night.. and learn about astronomy.. Bhí sé go hiontach!.. 'Comhghairdeas' to all the children involved in the 2012 Science Fair in the RDS.. Their project.. 'Is Your Posture Book Enough?.. '-.. earned a Science Award.. for the school.. Bord na gCeist -.. Four children from 6th class represented the school in the Dublin 15 Table Quiz.. Well done!.. Latest News:.. Follow us on Twitter so you never miss an update!.. Welcome.. Welkom.. Fáilte Rromhat.. Tervetuloa.. Bienvenue.. Willkommen.. Laipni Ludzam.. Miawezon.. Dzieñ Dobry.. Akwaaba.. Ékabô.. Hoan Nghinh.. Bienvenidos.. Countries that visited us!.. Well done to everyone in the school for achieving the.. Scoilnet Star Site Award.. to see our school on 'Scoilnet'.. to see the photos from the Girls' match against Huntstown.. to see photos of the Athletics team in Porterstown Santry.. to see photos from Córfhéile na Scoileanna.. to see an excellent presentation from the Green Schools' Committee.. Visitor Counter:.. Free Counter.. The following text will not be seen after you upload your website, please keep it in order to retain your counter functionality.. casino.. |.. General Site Map.. Back to content.. Back to main menu..

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  • Title: Mission Statement - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: School Zone About Us.. Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn is a Catholic, co-.. educational primary school, under the patronage of the Archbishop of Dublin.. Our mission is to create a school environment where each pupil is respected and encouraged to develop to their full potential.. We aim to identify and address the intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs of all pupils, at all times.. Ní neart go cur le chéile..

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  • Title: School History - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn, also known as Ladyswell National School, is a Catholic Primary School.. It first opened its doors on the 3rd of September 1984, in rented classrooms made available by Huntstown National School.. On that day we had 66 pupils and two classrooms for children from Junior Infants to 6th Class.. As numbers continued to increase in the school, children in the school were sent by bus to larger accomodation in Hartstown NS and after that to St.. Mochta's Old School, in Clonsilla, before we moved to our present school building in April 1987.. It's amazing to think that children living in Dromheath, across the road from our school today, used to have to get a bus to go to Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn.. Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn is named after the 'Four Saints of the Aran Islands' The four Saints are St Fursey, St Brendan of Birr, St Conal and St Bearchan and are known as 'An Ceathrar Álainn' -.. The Beautiful Four.. They are all buried in 'Teampeall an Cheathrair Álainn (Church of the four beautiful saints) on the Aran Islands as shown in the photographs above.. Just like our school, this Church is also beside a Holy Well which is called 'Tobar an Cheathrair Álainn'.. 'An Ceathrar Álainn' also represents the four most important aspects of Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn -.. the children, parents, school staff/management  ...   2009 we celebrated our 25th anniversary with a visit from the President Mary McAleese.. The school has earned 2 Green Flags -.. most recetly in 2011.. The school is now working on its 3rd Green Flag and for a Yellow Flag for the promotion of interculturalism and diversity in the school.. The school has recently been awarded the Digital School's award for the promotion and integration of Information Technology (IT) into all aspects of teaching and learning.. All classes now have a computer and Interactive Whiteboard in their rooms.. Approximately 150 children attend the school's Breakfast Club everyday and children from 3rd to 6th class have opportunity to attend the Homework Club after school.. The children also receive a healthy lunch in school everyday.. The children participate in many sports including Football, Athletics, Rugby, Swimming, Cricket and Basketball.. For the past five years 6th class children are given the opportunity to go on a Day Trip to Scotland or England.. These trips have included visits to Glasgow Celtic, Liverpool and Birmingham.. The school also has a Parents' Association who meet up once a month and play a very important role in the running of our school.. The school's Board of Management play a central role in the management of our school.. If you have any more information/photographs about our school's history please let us know so we can update the school's archive..

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  • Title: Our Locality - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn is located in Ladyswell in Mulhuddart.. Mulhuddart means Mullach Eadrad in Irish.. (Mound of the Milking.. ).. The school is built beside St Luke the Evangelist Church, where children from Scoil an Cheathrair receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Communion and Confirmation.. The school participates in many of the Church's activities throughout the liturgical year (Advent, Christmas, Lent Easter).. Ladyswell gets its name from the Our Lady's Holy Well located on Church Road on the way up to Mulhuddart Graveyard.. During the 18th Century the Holy Well became  ...   the Mother of God.. In Mulhuddart Graveyard stand the ruins of an old Church.. The Church is called the 'Church of Mary'.. The Church was still in use in the late 16th century but was in ruin by 1680 -.. similar to how it can be seen today.. The river tolka flows through the centre of the village on its journey to the Irish Sea.. Mulhuddart Bridge is a single-.. arch bridge over the river tolka.. It was built around 1885.. The Bridge is currenly being replaced by a new bridge..

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  • Title: Enrolment Form - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: Early Start..

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  • Title: Board of Management - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: Board of Managment.. More details to follow soon..

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  • Title: Code of Discipline - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: School Zone About Us School Policies.. Scoil an Cheathrair Alainn.. Code of Behaviour.. Scoil an Cheathrair Alainn Code of Behaviour is the result of the ongoing consultation and collaboration between the Principal, staff, pupils, parents and Board of Management.. It was reviewed and reformulated in April/June 2010 in the light of Developing a Code of Behaviour -.. Guidelines for Schools issued by the National Educational Welfare Board (NEWB) and the Education Act 1998.. In drawing up the code, consideration has been given to the particular needs and the circumstances of the school and our pupils.. It has been approved by the Board of Management on and will be reviewed in.. School Ethos.. Our Code of Behaviour reflects our mission statement.. Aims.. To ensure that the learning environment and opportunities of each pupil are respected as each child has a right to education in a disruption free environment where they feel safe and secure.. To enhance the learning environment where children can make progress in all aspects of their development.. To help create an atmosphere of respect, tolerance and consideration for others and self, among pupils, staff, parents and other members of the wider school community.. To ensure the safety and well being of all members of the school community.. To promote good behaviour in our school.. To promote positive behaviour and self-.. discipline.. To ensure that the system of rules, rewards, and sanctions are implemented in a fair, appropriate and consistent manner and are understood and supported by pupils, parents, staff and the whole school community.. Promoting Positive Behaviour.. Our school uses Discipline for Learning which promotes positive behaviour.. Teachers develop clear and simple classroom rules and yard rules, through discussion with the children.. Teachers use a classroom management plan to promote positive behaviour.. This includes the class rules as mentioned above, an agreed reward system and the consequences that apply when a child fails to adhere to the rules.. Our school places greater emphasis on rewards than on sanctions in the belief that this will, in the long run, give best results.. Our approach to rewards and praise include the following:.. A word of praise privately or in front of class.. A visit to another member of staff for commendation.. Stickers, stamps, trophies.. Informing parent by good note in child's journal.. Certificates for good behaviour awarded after four and eight weeks.. Name recorded in Honours Book by Year Head after eight weeks.. Certificates for good behaviour, awarded at end of term award ceremonies, to children who have a specified number of clear weeks in their journal.. Special class treats e.. g.. Golden Time, extra play in the yard or class trips.. Regular visits to classrooms by Year Heads to encourage and praise good behaviour.. Individual Behaviour Plans and Targets as needed.. Behaviour Standards.. Pupils.. In order to create a happy school environment in which pupils can feel secure and make progress, every pupil is expected to.. Attend school regularly and punctually.. Be respectful of self and others.. Be kind and willing to help others.. Be courteous and well mannered e.. Sorry if I'm wrong, excuse me, please and thank you.. Be fair and forgiving.. Each pupil is expected to do their best in class both with work and behaviour.. Keep the school rules.. Help create a safe, positive environment.. Make a fresh start and learn from your mistake.. Our school rules reflect these expectations.. School Rules.. The rules are broadly similar in each class although at the beginning of each academic year each class teacher will draw up a list of classroom and yard rules through discussion, collaboration and agreement with the children.. Rules are kept to a minimum and.. are devised with regard for the health, safety and welfare of all members of the school community.. They should, where possible, emphasise positive behaviour.. Rules will be applied in a fair and consistent manner, with due regard to the age and specific needs of the pupils.. Where difficulties arise parents will be contacted at an early stage.. Classroom rules.. 1.. Be on time and have all your own books, copies, journal, pencils etc.. each day.. 2.. Do your work well and let others work without interruption.. 3.. Do what you are told immediately.. 4.. If you wish to speak, raise your hand and wait your turn.. 5.. Listen while others are speaking.. 6.. Stay in your workplace, unless told to do otherwise.. 7.. Keep to your own space at your table.. 8.. Do not make hurtful, nasty remarks to, or about, another pupil or member of staff.. 9.. Look after property.. Do not waste, damage or steal things.. 10.. Tell the truth.. 11.. Say sorry, thank you, please or excuse me as needed.. Yard Rules.. Stay in own yard at all times including time before school unless otherwise instructed by a teacher.. Do not leave own yard or school without permission.. Play in a way that is safe for yourself and for others.. Speak to one another and all school staff in a respectful manner.. When the bell rings freeze, then line up promptly, in an orderly manner until teacher brings you to your class.. Around the School Rules (for my own safety and that of others).. Walk in the school in a safe, quiet and orderly manner.. Be courteous and mannerly.. Do not walk through the car park or the garden.. Do not go through the P.. E.. hall if in use.. Ask for the teacher's permission to leave the classroom or the school, to go to another classroom or to the office.. Treat all property with care.. Enter and leave the school through the school gates.. After school hours only return to the school in an emergency and accompanied by an adult.. Unacceptable Behaviour.. Two levels of misbehaviour are recognised: minor and serious.. In cases of serious misbehaviour parents will be involved immediately and invited to meet the teacher/year head or principal to discuss their child's behaviour and agree a way forward.. Parents/Guardians who have concerns about their child's behaviour or/and welfare are advised to contact the school as soon as possible as early intervention can help all involved.. Examples of Serious misbehaviour.. Behaviour that is hurtful (including bullying).. Behaviour that interferes with teaching and learning.. Threats or physical hurt to another person.. Damage to property.. Theft.. Assault on a teacher or pupil.. Other behaviours as may arise with serious consequences for self and others.. Consequences of bad behaviour.. All bad behaviour disrupts learning for oneself and others.. It often makes others feel unsafe and insecure.. Bad behaviour can easily become a habit.. Sanctions.. Sanctions are normally imposed in the hope that the pupil will learn to choose positive behaviour, self -.. discipline and raise self-.. esteem.. Minor sanctions are exercised in the context of reinforcing the positive behaviour of other pupils e.. Well done….. I like the way you are sitting up straight with your arms folded.. It must be clear why the sanction is being applied.. The consequence must be proportionate to the misbehaviour.. The pupil must understand why s/he is receiving a sanction and a change to positive behaviour is required in the future.. There is a clear distinction between minor and serious offences.. The misbehaviour rather than the person is the focus of any sanction.. Group punishments are normally avoided.. When and if appropriate an investigation may well be carried out to establish the facts.. The following steps are normally taken when the children behave inappropriately.. They are listed in order of severity with one being for a minor misbehaviour and ten being for serious misbehaviour.. The list is by no means exhaustive nor necessarily sequential.. The aim of any sanction is to prevent the behaviour occurring again and if necessary to help the pupils devise strategies for this.. Reasoning with pupil and possible development of a contract.. Verbal warning including advice on how to improve and record in journal.. Temporary separation from peers within class and/or temporary removal to another class.. Referral to year head / Principal and communication with parents re classroom behaviour.. Temporary separation from peers in the yard.. Yellow and Red cards.. For Red card offences children will have time out in a supervised location during break times, for up to three days.. Loss of privileges.. Principal communicating with parents re yard behaviour.. Exclusion ( Suspension or Expulsion ) from school ( in accordance with the Education Welfare Act 2000 ) and the Education Act 1998.. C/F Appendix on request from school.. *In exceptional circumstances, each behavioural situation will be judged on a case-.. by-.. case basis.. *In applying any sanction, the duty of care to the student is maintained.. *The standards and rules contained in the Code of Behaviour will apply in any situation where the student, although outside the school, is still the responsibility of the school.. Examples include school tours, games and extracurricular activities and attendance at events organised by the school.. *While classroom and yard discipline are kept separate to promote positive relationships between teacher and child, in instances of serious misbehaviour, privileges will be withdrawn e.. trips outside school, irrespective of where the incident happened i.. e.. yard or  ...   to commit to the school's code of behaviour by the pupils and parents/guardiams.. The school will help the pupil catch up on work missed and the pupil will be given the opportunity and support for a fresh start.. Where a satisfactory resolution of a problem is achieved, a pupil may be re-.. admitted to school within a suspension period at the discretion of the Principal and/or the chairperson of the Board of Management.. If a pupil continues to misbehave s/he may be suspended for a major fixed period (up to ten days) by the B.. to allow for consultation with both the pupil and the pupil's parents/guardians to address the issues.. As outlined above, parents/guardians and pupil will be given the opportunity to discuss the issues with the Principal/Board of Management.. The Education Welfare Officer will be informed when a student has been suspended for three days or more cumulatively.. Section 29 Appeal -.. when the total number of days for which the student has been suspended in the current school year reaches 20 days the parents may appeal the suspension under section 29 of the Education Act and will be given information about how to appeal.. Procedures for expulsion.. Subsequent to the above suspension procedures and meetings with parents/guardians, if serious/gross incidents of misbehaviour continue, the pupil will be recommended for permanent expulsion by the Board of Management.. The grounds for expulsion include the following:.. The pupil's behaviour is an on-.. going danger to himself.. The pupil's behaviour is a persistent cause of significant disruption to the learning of others or to the teaching process.. The pupil's continued presence in the school constitutes a real and significant threat to safety.. The student is responsible for serious damage to property.. Authority to expel is reserved to the Board of Management.. In Determining the appropriateness of expelling a pupil the BOM will refer to the factors to consider before proposing to expel a student.. These factors are similar to those mentioned above in relation to suspension.. In exceptional circumstances, pupils may be expelled for a first offence.. This may apply in the event of.. A serious threat of violence against another student or member of staff.. Actual violence or physical assault.. Procedures in respect of expulsion -.. six steps.. o Step 1 -.. A detailed investigation carried out under the direction of the Principal.. o Step 2 -.. A recommendation to the Board of Management.. o Step 3 -.. Consideration by the Board of Management of the Principal's recommendation; and the holding of a hearing with parents and other relevant personnel.. o Step 4 -.. Board of Management deliberations and actions following the hearing.. o Step 5 -.. Consultations arranged by the Educational Welfare Officer.. o Step 6 -.. Confirmation of the decision to expel.. Section 29 Appeals (p86).. A parent may appeal a decision to expel to the secretary general of the Department of Education and Science (DES).. A form for such an appeal is available from the DES.. Keeping Records.. Class Level.. The school has a record sheet in pupil's journal for documenting problem behaviour.. Class teachers also keep a record of problem behaviour.. This includes the nature and seriousness of the behaviour, the context of the behaviour, the impact of the behaviour and the interventions tried to date.. Playground.. Serious incidents of misbehaviour on the playground are recorded on the school record sheets in Yard Folders.. School Records.. A record will be kept of letters or phonecalls to parents in relation to pupil's behaviour.. A record will also be kept of communication with outside agencies and with the Board of Management.. These records will be stored in the pupil's individual file.. Documentation pertaining to Section 29 appeals will be kept and stored in a locked filing cabinet in the school office.. Records of Suspension.. Records will be kept of investigation and decision-.. making (including notes of all investigation, the decision-.. making process, the decision and rationale for the decision, the duration of the suspension and any conditions attached).. These records will be stored in a locked filing cabinet in the school office.. Report to the Board of Management -.. The principal will report all suspensions to the Board with reasons for and the duration of each suspension.. A report will be made to the NEWB in accordance with the NEWB reporting guidelines.. Records in respect of expulsion -.. all data, letters, etc.. will be kept as above.. Pupils with special needs.. Pupils with special needs will be required to follow the school's 'Code of Behaviour' but teachers will use their professional judgment in relation to regularity and level of sanctions.. While teachers must be seen to be fair in the eyes of other children who may have exhibited the same type of misdemeanors, they will also show leniency and understanding in relation to children with specific learning/ behavioural / emotional difficulties.. Parents of these children will be kept informed of their child's behaviour on a regular basis and may be requested to work with the school in devising effective strategies to help the child to improve his/her behaviour.. This may involve agreeing a behaviour plan or contract or working and co-.. operating with the Resource Teacher and a Special Needs Assistant(SNA), if an SNA is deployed to assist a pupil/class.. The devising of such strategies may also entail contacting and meeting with relevant out of school agencies.. Understanding behaviour.. Staff at Scoil an Cheathrair Alainn are also aware of the factors that affect behaviour.. These factors include external and interpersonal factors (such as parent and family patterns and relationships, peer groups/friends and neighbourhood and community factors) and within-.. person factors (including age and stage of development, social skills deficit, personality and temperament, physical and medical characteristics and ability to learn).. The staff also believe that students' behaviour can change and will endeavour to assist pupils to modify their behaviour.. Examples of support and intervention for pupils are outlined below.. Interventions and support.. Classroom management plan as agreed with all students at the start of the school year i.. Rewards, rules and sanctions.. Social skills programme, promotion of friendship and self esteem as part of S.. P.. H.. Yard games/activities may be organised if the behaviour is taking place on the yard.. Use of a behavioural check-.. list to evaluate whether any modifications could be made to the learning environment.. A Behaviour Plan may be considered when a child consistently exhibits challenging and disruptive behaviour.. A Behaviour Plan will focus on a limited number of behavioural targets.. It is envisaged that the child will be involved in the setting of targets.. If a child is entitled to a support teacher on the basis of his behavioural needs, the support teacher may set targets in consultation with the child, the class teacher and the parents.. For pupils who exhibit particularly challenging behaviour, support services may be requested to assist in responding to the needs of the pupils.. Sources of support may include, the National Educational Psychological Service (NEPS), Special Education Support Service (SESS), HSE Community Psychology Services, the National Council for Special Education, Community Support Services i.. , Barnardos and Springboard.. Communicating and implementing the code.. o All parents will be issued with a copy of the Code of Behaviour.. o The staff will endeavour to ensure that all parents can access and understand the code.. o Special effort will be made to ensure that pupils with special educational needs understand the school rules, the reward systems and the consequences of misbehaviour.. SPHE lessons, DVD's and role-.. play may be used to ensure these pupils understand cause and effects of behaviour.. Teachers will teach the Code of Behaviour pupils in an age appropriate manner.. Procedure for the Resolution of Complaints:.. Complaints are taken under guidelines laid down in agreement between CPSMA and INTO.. Guidelines available in school or on the Catholic Primary Schools Management Association (CPSMA) Web Site.. Success Criteria:.. Positive feedback from the whole school community.. Observations of behaviour in the class,yard and corridors.. Happy and caring school atmosphere.. The number of recordings of misbehaviour on the school record sheet.. Roles and Responsibility:.. A.. The school Staff.. To co-.. ordinate, implement and monitor the policy.. To model positive behaviour.. To manage the classroom in such a way that children are positively engaged.. To involve the pupils in drawing up rules for class-.. room.. To teach the school rules in a way that is appropriate to each class level.. To display rules in classroom.. B.. Ancillary Staff operating under the guidance of the Principal and Deputy Principal.. operate with principal teachers in the implementation of the code.. C.. Parents/Guardians.. To encourage their children to keep the school rules.. operate with the school in the implementation of this and other polices.. To sign Code of Behaviour outlined in the journal.. To sign the journal at least once a week.. Implementation Date: 1st September, 2011.. Timetable for Review: Review at end of 2013 -.. 2014 school year and every two years thereafter.. Ratification and Communication:.. Ratified by the Board of Management.. Circulated to ancillary staff.. Circulated to all parents/guardians via internet and Newsletter.. Published on school website..

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  • Title: Homework Policy - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: Homework provides a link between school and home.. It keeps parents informed about what their child is doing and their progress.. The formation of this policy involves the teaching staff and parents.. 1 To evaluate and build on work undertaken in the classroom.. 2 To develop independent study habits.. 3 To actively involve parents or guardians in their child's formal education.. Content of the policy.. 1 Homework in Junior and senior Infants consists of.. a.. Reading.. b.. Word recognition.. c.. Sound book.. d.. Writing-.. tracing.. e.. Collecting items for nature/maths table.. 2 1st -.. 6th class record homework in school journal.. 3 Homework is given Monday to Thursday.. 4 Senior classes may be given work to be completed over a number of nights.. 5 In relation to spelling a Look, Cover, Write and Check method is  ...   completed teacher records this in journal.. In dealing with the problem teacher needs to be flexible and sensitive.. Suggestions: Finishing homework during golden time.. Carry work over to next night.. 9 Children with learning difficulities: homework is allocated in consultation with special needs teachers.. Roles and Responsibility for development, implementation and reporting.. The class teacher, the parents, the principal and the B.. have responsibility for the development, implementation and reviewing of this policy.. Success Criteria (by which policy will be judged):.. Class teacher will observe and give feedback including parents' responses at staff meetings.. Review:.. Review 2012.. Whom:.. Teaching staff pupils and parents.. How:.. Group discussions at staff meetings and with parents.. Ratification and communication :.. This policy has been circulated to the parents, the teaching staff, the principal and the Board of Management of the school..

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  • Title: Anti - Bullying Policy - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: Anti -.. Bullying Policy.. Definition:.. Bulling is any.. repeated.. and.. deliberate.. behaviour which interferes with the confidence and independence of another person.. It is important to note the use of the word repeated, in this definition of bullying.. An incident which has happened once is not deemed to be bullying.. Content of the policy.. In order to assist in the prevention of bullying in our school, the Stay-.. Safe lessons will be taught in the first term.. To ensure the safety of each child it is essential that all children are encouraged to report any incident of bullying to a responsible adult.. The children will also be taught the following steps which will be implemented in the case of a bullying incident.. As per school discipline policy class teacher will have recorded incidences in pupils journal as they occur.. If class teacher observes a pattern of three  ...   and signed by parent.. Parents of victim will be informed by class teacher that the issue is being dealt with in accordance with Anti-.. Bullying policy.. Step 2:.. Should another incident arise involving the same perpetrator Letter 2 of the Anti-.. Bullying Policy will be sent home by the class year head.. Parents, will be invited to meet the year head to discuss the behaviour and are given a copy of the schools Ant-.. Class teacher will meet Parents of the victim to outline the steps that have to be taken to date.. Step 3:.. Principal/Deputy Principal meet with Parent of the child who is bullying.. Step 4:.. Principal/Deputy principal, class teacher and parent of the child who is bullying meet the Chairperson of the Board of Management (BOM).. If issues are not progressing satisfactorily it may lead to Suspension/Expulsion according to National Education Welfare Board Guidelines (NEWB)..

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  • Title: HSCL Policy - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: SCOIL AN CHEATHRAIR ÁLAINN.. HOME SCHOOL COMMUNITY LIAISON POLICY.. HSCL scheme acknowledges parents as primary educators of the child.. HSCL scheme acknowledges parents/teachers as equal partners in the formal education process.. HSCL scheme broadens communication between home/school/community.. HSCL policy highlights existing good practice.. This HSCL policy seeks to strengthen and promote the five aims of the HSCL scheme:.. to maximise active participation of the children in the learning process in particular those who might be at risk of failure.. to promote active co-.. opertion between home, school and relevant community agencies in promoting the educational interests of the children.. to raise awareness in parents of their own capacities to enhance their children's educational progress and to assist them in developing relevant skills.. to enhance the children's uptake from education, their retention in the educational system, their continuation to post-.. compulsory education and to third level and their attitudes to life long learning.. to disseminate the positive outcomes of the scheme throughout the school system generally.. Guidelines.. In Scoil an Cheathrair Álainn we have an open door policy whereby parents are welcome to call in anytime, either to the principal/DP and/or the HSCL co-..  ...   involved in their children's learning at home and at school.. Homework journal.. Parent induction meetings-.. Early Start, Junior Infants.. Early Start parent involvement course.. Jolly phonics meetings.. First Steps Writing programme.. Paired Reading Programme.. Maths for Fun.. Transfer meetings.. Substance misuse awareness meetings.. Sacrament meetings.. Parents/Teachers working together.. Toy/book library.. Exhibition of children's work.. Presentation of certificates/awards/prizes.. Book Fair.. Tours.. Sporting events.. Concerts.. Other Ways are:.. Enlisting parents views in decision making/policy making.. Parents on BOM.. Parents on Local Committee sub-.. groups.. Parents involved in policy making.. Meetings formal/informal.. Providing opportunities for parents own education and development.. Courses.. Support talks.. Participation on Local Committee sub-.. committees.. Involvement in in-.. school curricular programmes.. Providing crèche facilities.. Information noticeboard, newsletters, fliers etc.. Community networking/afterschools provision.. Responsibility.. The HSCL co-.. ordinator and the principal have responsibility for the development and implementation and review of this policy.. Success criteria.. Level of involvement of parents in school.. Attendance levels of pupils.. Attendance levels of parents at meetings/programmes.. A positive relationship between home and school.. Review This policy was reviewed in 2008 and will be reviewed again in 2011.. Ratification.. This policy has been ratified by pupils, parents, staff, BOM..

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  • Title: Dates for your Diary - Ladyswell National School
    Descriptive info: SCHOOL CALENDAR / FÉILIRE SCOILE 2012 -.. 2013.. NB:.. The discretionary school closures.. will be announced as soon as.. possible.. These discretionary days as well as the.. first 3 days of the Easter Holidays.. may be used to make up for school closures, due to unforeseen circumstances (e.. g snow days etc).. *.. See.. Circular 0034/2011.. for more details.. September -.. School Reopens:.. Reopens Friday 31st August 2012, 8:50am.. October Mid-.. Term Break:.. School closes Friday 26th October, 2012.. Reopens Monday 5th November, 2012.. First Communion.. Enrolment Mass:.. TBA.. Confirmation Enrolment Mass:.. Parent / Teacher Meetings:.. December -.. Christmas Holidays:.. School closes Friday 21st  ...   the 15th of February, 2013.. March -.. St Patrick's Day:.. School closed Monday 18th March 2013 (Bank Holiday).. Confirmation:.. March/April -.. Easter Holidays:.. *.. School closes Friday 22nd March, 2013 (Half Day).. Reopens Monday 8th April, 2013.. May -.. Bank Holiday:.. School closed on Monday 6th May and.. Tuesday 7th May, 2013.. First Communion:.. June -.. Bank Holiday.. School closed on Monday 3rd and.. Tuesday 4th June, 2013.. Summer Holidays:.. School closes on Friday 28th June, 2013 (Half Day).. Graduation 6th Class.. Sports Day.. HALF DAY.. Junior Senior Infants -.. Children finish at at 12:00pm.. 1st to 6th Class -.. Children finish at at 12:15pm..

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