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  • Title: Welcome to Sacred Heart
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. What's New?.. Our School.. Board of Management.. Code of Discipline.. School Location.. Parents' Council.. School Books.. School Curriculum.. School Policies.. School Timetable.. School Uniform.. Green Schools.. Calendar.. Curriculum.. Art.. CSPE.. English.. Irish.. Geography.. History.. Home Economics.. LCA.. LCVP.. Languages.. Music.. Physical Education.. Religion.. Science.. SPHE.. Community.. School Management.. Teaching Staff.. School Staff.. Form Teachers.. Head Girl.. Senior Prefects.. House Captain.. Sports Prefects.. Mentor System.. SRC.. International Students.. Events.. Debutante Ball.. School Musical..  ...   Photos.. Build a Bank.. TY Photography.. Sports.. Athletics.. Badminton.. Basketball.. Equestrian.. Gaelic Football.. Girls in Action.. Golf.. Soccer.. Swimming.. Tennis.. P.. E Trips.. Clubs.. Choir.. Creative Writing Group.. Drama Club.. Gaisce.. St Vincent De Paul.. Yearbook Committee.. Guidence Counselling.. |.. Links.. Contact Us.. Visitors.. ©.. 2011.. Sacred Heart School, Sunnyside, Drogheda, Co.. Louth | Phone: 041 9837812 | Fax: 041 9835146 | Web: www.. sacredheart.. ie | Email:.. shschool@iol.. ie.. Website Design.. by.. Aloud Media..

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  • Title: Sacred Heart > What's New
    Descriptive info: School Awards Ceremony 2012.. The school awards ceremony was held on May 22nd in the Sacred Heart School.. All students and teachers were in attendance.. Awards were presented to students based on their school performance, sporting performance and school attendance.. The winners of the awards can be seen on the following pages:.. www.. ie/events/academic-awards.. ie/events/sports-awards.. ie/events/special-awards.. Congratulations to all the winners of awards this year.. Last day of school for 6th year students.. Our 6th year students enjoyed their last day in the Sacred Heart School today.. The girls were treated to a special lunch in the library to mark their departure.. They will celebrate their Graduation Mass this evening alongside their parents.. They will be presented with their Graduation photograph and certificate.. We wish all our 6th year students the very best of luck with their Leaving Certificate exams and their future endeavours.. Best of luck girls.. European Studies.. Transition Year trip to European Parliament, Strasbourg.. On Sunday 13th May, after a very early start from Drogheda and having travelled to Strasbourg via Frankfurt, we had a guided tour of Strasbourg city centre.. Strasbourg really is a beautiful city.. It was an early night as there was a long day ahead the next day.. On Monday we took a tram to the European Parliament where we spent a day as M.. E.. P's as part of the Euroscola program along with 450 other students from 19 other countries around Europe.. At 8am , after going through an airport-like security check , the girls had a briefing session to outline their day and had a continental breakfast with the other students.. They were then brought to the hemicycle where each school introduced themselves and gave some information about their town , in a language other than their own.. Hannah Tracey introduced our school in French.. The girls spent the morning in the hemicycle learning about the workings of the European Parliament and had a question and answers session with Sandrine Bélier MEP (France).. Leah Sheerin asked if Irish would ever be translated within the hemicycle and Aoife Harmon asked if Ms.. Bélier felt that the election of Francois Hollande as French President would influence the future of the fiscal treaty in Europe.. After using the MEP's voting system to see how it worked in the chamber, the girls had lunch with their fellow students and played a Euroquiz game.. The afternoon saw the formation of working groups where the students had to debate such topics as European active citizenship , the environment, peace in Europe, technology, and many more.. Each group had to nominate a president and a spokesperson to speak on their behalf when the whole group returned to the hemicycle to hear their findings.. Aoife Harmon was president for her group and introduced her speaker.. Each group reported their ideas and proposals and the whole group voted on them using the electronic system they had used earlier.. Four motions were passed and two failed.. There was a closing ceremony at 6pm , with a flag ceremony and the playing of the European anthem.. It was a long day but one that I'm sure will remain with the girls for a long time.. To relax after such a hard working day , we went bowling after dinner.. We stopped at the Europa Theme park in Germany for a few hours roller coaster fun on Tuesday before heading to Frankfurt airport for our flight home.. All the girls had a wonderful trip and it really was an experience of a lifetime to see first hand how the parliament functions.. Who knows, we may see some of them back in Strasbourg as M.. P's in the future!!.. http://www.. europarl.. ie/view/en/schools/euroscola.. html.. School Uniform Ordering and Fitting Days.. Application Form.. Young Social Innovator.. TY students attended the YSI showcase at Citywest Convention Centre on May 9th.. Young Social Innovators is a national programme where TY students decide on a social issue of concern to them, and do something innovative about it.. TY students have been discussing teenage insecurities and are promoting a campaign of positive qualities throughout the school community.. 350 schools from across the country attended the event which provided a forum for young people to "speak out" on their social issue.. A great days fun and entertainment provided as well as an increased awareness of social issues and civic responsibility.. Miss Austin, YSI teacher, and Ms.. Dempsey, Religion teacher, joined the girls.. Congratulations to the.. Green School Committee.. who have worked with the staff and students of the Sacred Heart School achieve the Green Flag.. The Green Flag.. indicates that our school has an eco-friendly environment and that we have completed the seven steps set out by Green School.. We at the Sacred Heart follow the ethos.. “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”.. in order to reduce the amount of waste consumption and litter produced within the school.. Sacred Heart also joined the Green Tree programme, which involves recycling a number of household products such as;-.. Paper, Plastic Bottles, Books, Mineral Cans, Ink Cartridges, Textiles, Old Mobile Phones.. Practical Exams.. Well done to the Junior and Leaving Certificate students who recently completed their practical, oral, and LCVP exams.. Oral exams were held in Irish, French and Spanish.. Pratical exams were held in Music, Art and Home Economics.. Christmas Talent Show.. St.. Elizabeth's class, along with their CSPE teacher Ms.. Ryder, organised a school talent show as their action project.. The talent  ...   Continuation of Basic Irish Course for Parents.. An 8 week beginners Irish course will start in Navan Eucation Centre for parents, beginning Wednesday 28th of September, time: 10am-12.. 15pm.. The facilitator is Seamus O'Neill.. Telephone 046-9067040.. Newly elected School Leadership Council.. Congratulations to the 6th year students who were recently awarded positions of responsibility in the Sacred Heart School for the new school year 2011/2012.. Our newly elected Head Girl is Clodagh Cant.. Our newly elected Sport's Captain is Niamh Pentony.. Our new.. House Captains.. are: Ciara O'Donnell, Elsie Byrne, Patricia McMahon and Niamh Pentony.. are: Katie Reid, Tessa McKeown, Amy Bogue, Fiona Grady, Helen Fee, Eimear O'Connor, Ciara Andrews, Claire Callaghan, Shannon Branigan, Alex Grimes, Megan Reilly, Dearbhla Moore, Jade Pepper, Eithne Nic An Riogh, Aoife Leonard, Paige Mooney, Pauline Murphy, and Katie Reilly.. Sport's Prefects.. are: Niamh Pentony (Basketball), Lauren Russell & Shannon Branigan (Gaelic), Claire Callaghan (Soccer), Clodagh Cant (Tennis), Kate Monaghan & Amy Bogue (Swimming), Tessa McKeown (Badminton), and Darlene McDonnell (Athletics).. New.. Mentors.. for first year students were also assigned.. Our new Mentors are: Laura Dowling, Emily Martin, Jane Callaghan, Nicola Ayres, Cassie McGuinness, Aimee Campbell, Roisin Kerr, Aisling McGinn, Niamh Moran, Hayleigh Kavanagh, Shauna Kirwan, Jade Boshell, Laura Hand, Kate Monaghan, Rebecca Birch, Leah Donohoe, Marie O'Leary, Niamh Maguire.. Congratulations girls!.. Sacred Heart Awards Ceremony.. The school awards ceremony was held on Wednesday 25th of May.. Students had their achievements recognised with awards for diligence, academic achievement, full attendance, and sporting achievement.. A full list of recipients and photos can be found on.. 1st Year Trip to Clogherhead.. Just before the Easter holidays, a hundred first year students boarded buses to go to Clogherhead for the day as part of their first year PE trip.. They participated in many activities including team challenges, canoeing,rock climbing and surfing.. The brilliant weather added to their enjoyment of the day.. Girls in Golf.. A.. golf training day took place in school recently.. It was schools awareness month for Junior Golf Ireland and the aim of their programme was to introduce secondary students to the sport of golf.. As part of this programme Rory Leonard, golf professional, visited our school and spent the day training the girls.. 3rd Year Ski Trip.. The 3rd year students headed off on the first ski trip ever from the school during the February mid-term break.. The girls spent six nights in Berchestgaden, Germany.. They participated in ski classes every day and in the evenings went ice-skating, shopping and paid a visit to the local thermal baths.. They also got to go to the world bob sleigh championships which were being held in the neighbouring village of Konigsee.. Music Competition Success.. Congratulations to 5th year student Eithne Nic An Ríogh, who recently won the JJ O'Reilly Piano Competition for concerto in the Feis Ceoil in Dublin.. Transi.. tion Year Environmental Trip.. The TY students along with their teacher Ms.. Heatley, recently went on an environmental trip to Killowen Outdoor Education Centre in Rostrevor, Co.. Down.. There, they observed the costal geography at Carlingford Lough.. They also got the opportunity to canoe along the edge of the Lough.. Young Enterprise Awards.. Congratulations to a group of TY students who won the Education Award within the Yong Enterprise Awards, organised by the Louth County Enterprise Board.. The students formed an enterprise group called the "Versatile Verb & Bag Co.. " The group designed and produced their own educational verb cards for Irish and Modern Languages.. Well done girls.. 6th Year Health Education.. During the month of October, 6.. th.. year Health Education class raised awareness for Breast Cancer in the school.. They teamed up with the Irish Cancer Society and sold merchandise in the school for the month of October.. During this time they conducted research on Breast Cancer and displayed their projects in the corridors.. Along with selling the merchandise which included key-rings, pink ribbons, pens, lollipops and badges they organised a bake sale every Monday to promote awareness within the school.. In conjunction with this there was a non-uniform day organised where each student was required to wear at minimum of one piece of pink in their outfit.. There was a great reaction within the school to this and everyone put in a great effort in wearing one pink item.. Each student contributed €2 towards the fund.. In total they raised €2500.. 00 which will be presented to the Irish Cancer Society.. Congratulations to the 6.. Year Health Education class for all their great work in raising awareness within the school.. Congratualations to the gr8 Debaters!!.. Sparks flew in the library of the Sacred Heart School as the school played host to the Coca-Cola gr8 debate.. The Sacred Heart team comprising of captain Rita O'Donovan, Aine Monk, Lucy Mullin-Reynolds and Megan O'Connor battled it out against Gormanston College for a place in the semi-final.. The Gormasnston college team comprised of captain Matthew Moynihan, Laura Grimes, Orla Cookman and Karen Keane.. The subject for debate was "Emigration, the best option for school-leavers".. Both teams put up a great fight but in the end Sacred Heart School emerged as champions.. Congratulations to team for their hard work and excellent performance and well done to the whole Transition Year class for their tireless effort in preparation and research.. The debate will be broadcast on LMFM on Saturday April 23rd at 5pm.. Thanks to Ms.. Kehoe for all her hard work with the TY English class..

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  • Title: Our School
    Descriptive info: Green School.. The Sacred Heart Secondary School is an all girls’ voluntary secondary school in Drogheda with approximately 550 students, under the trusteeship of CEIST, originally set up by The Mercy Order.. School Ethos.. Effective learning is made possible by our dedicated professional teaching staff and a discipline code centred on respect for self and others.. We believe we provide quality education in a secure, caring environment, supportive of learning and where students can reach their full potential.. Sacred Heart School enhances not only academic achievement but also personal development and future employment opportunities..

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  • Title: Board of Management
    Descriptive info: Board Of Management.. The trustees of the school introduced a Board of Management in October 1991.. The introduction of the board represents a new perception of education as a community enterprise, and of the school as a community in itself, made up of management, teachers, parents and pupils, united in a common purpose to achieve the best possible fulfilment of their aims and expectations.. The trustees of this school are the Sisters of Mercy of the Northern Province.. In May 2007, this trustship became part of  ...   Board of Management, which now becomes legally responsible for the conduct, management and financial administration of the school, while guaranteeing that it will undertake it’s responsibility in the context of the Catholic ethos and educational criteria laid down by the trustees.. The board consists of 8 persons.. Four members nominated by the trustees.. Two parents elected by parents whose children are currently attending the school.. Two permanent lay teachers elected by the permanent members of staff.. The principal of the school is secretary to the board..

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  • Title: Code of Behaviour
    Descriptive info: Code of Behaviour.. Introduction.. T.. his policy applies to students of Sacred Heart Secondary School, Drogheda and relates to all school activities both during and outside of normal school hours.. This policy was drawn up in consultation with all the school partners, including Board of Management, Staff, Parents and Students.. This policy has been developed in line with the mission of our Trustees, the Mercy Order/CEIST, whose ethos and philosophy has at its core, care of the student.. The school strives to provide a safe secure learning environment for the development of our students.. Our school code of discipline is based on respect for oneself, for others and for our environment, so that a positive and cooperative school atmosphere prevails.. Many people work together in our school each day and therefore a high level of courtesy and consideration for others is necessary.. Behaviour which is ill mannered, disrespectful dangerous or disruptive cannot be allowed.. Our code is one that is based on the recognition of a student as an individual and also creates a safe environment for the whole school community an environment that supports quality learning is our goal.. Discipline Code.. The discipline code of our school is founded on our Catholic ethos and gospel values of respect, care and trust.. Discipline is essentially a training and the school endeavours to build in each pupil an awareness of other people’s needs, a respect for themselves, other people, their property and ultimately to foster self-control and self-discipline.. The aims of our code of behaviour are to create a safe, secure learning environment for all students by promoting a sense of mutual respect among all members of the school community.. Aims.. To have effective procedures in place which will allow for the day to day running of the school and which meet the demands of current legislation.. To promote good behaviour and self discipline.. To ensure understanding by the parents, students, staff and management of the code of behaviour and the reasons for it.. To emphasise the promotion and acknowledgement of good behaviour.. To outline the strategies to be used to prevent poor behaviour and the ways in which positive behaviour is acknowledged.. To outline the structure of fair, consistent and agreed sanctions that will be used in response to unacceptable behaviour.. To outline the interventions to be used when a student repeatedly misbehaves.. Roles and Responsibilities.. Our school acknowledges the contribution of all members of the school community.. Each member has responsibility for the promotion of good behaviour and a role in dealing with unacceptable behaviour.. Students:.. The school expects that students will at all times uphold the code of behaviour of our school.. Parents:.. The school acknowledges the role of parents in the development and operation of the code of behaviour and expects them to support the code and encourage their daughters to uphold it.. Teaching Staff and Management:.. The school acknowledges the role of teachers and management in the development and implementation of the code of behaviour.. The school recognises that a teacher’s main focus is in the area of teaching and learning and they also have a pivotal role to play in behaviour management.. Other Staff.. The school acknowledges the contribution of ancillary staff in the day to day running of the school.. They too have a part to play in the successful delivery of our code of behaviour.. In particular they have a responsibility to report incidents of misbehaviour and examples of positive behaviour they witness.. The BOM is the decision making body of the school.. The school acknowledges the role of the BOM in the development and operation of our code of behaviour.. All policies are developed with the authority of the BOM and must be approved by it before becoming official school policy.. While it is not involved in the day-to-day procedures, it is the body to whom parents and students over 18 can appeal in cases of suspension or expulsion.. Expected Standards of Behaviour.. The school expects that students will:.. Attend school daily and remain for the full day.. This is a rule of our school because missing class adversely affects progress.. Students must not leave the school premises without a PRIOR written note from parent to form teacher requesting permission.. Pupils leaving the school must sign out in the office.. When a student has been absent, a written explanation to the form teacher is essential.. The safety of the student is of paramount importance.. Attendance at assembly is compulsory.. Latecomers must report to school management immediately on arrival.. The school is a Catholic community and each day begins with a coming together for prayers, notices and celebration of achievements when appropriate.. Be on time for every class and have all the appropriate materials and equipment.. Homework is to be done as instructed by the teacher.. Copying of homework and tests is forbidden.. This is a rule of our school because not being on time causes disruption for the teacher.. and the class.. Also, as our school is concerned with the development of the whole child.. we see the importance of encouraging students to develop punctuality, responsibility and integrity which will be expected of them in the workplace.. Show respect for yourself and others by not engaging in intimidation or bullying, abusive, obscene or foul language, horseplay or assault.. Blatant or continuous defiance is not acceptable.. This is a rule of  ...   team leader for specific project.. Ways the school responds to unacceptable behaviour.. ‘LADDER OF REFFERAL’.. 1.. A firm reprimand from a member of staff is expected to be sufficient to correct inappropriate behaviour.. 2.. A verbal disciplining from a member of senior management e.. Principal or Deputy Principal.. 3.. A note home to parents in the homework journal.. 4.. Issuing of a discipline report sheet for either a major or minor offence.. 5.. A referral of the incident to the Form Teacher.. 6.. Three discipline report sheets lead to a letter home to a parent(s)/guardian(s) explaining that their daughter will have one after school detention.. Detention is supervised by a teacher.. 7.. Six discipline report sheets for minor offences or one for a major offence leads to a referral to the Principal.. The Principal in consultation with the parents will decide on one of the following sanctions: After school detention(s) and/or placing the student on report.. (.. When a student is on report each teacher writes a comment on that student’s behaviour during class.. At the end of each week the Principal reviews it, signs it, photocopies it and sends the photocopy home for parent’s signature.. The length of time a student is on report is determined by the improvement in their behaviour).. 8.. Internal supervision i.. e.. a student spends some or all of the following times under the supervision of the Principal or a teacher, before school, morning break, lunch-time and between classes.. 9.. Exclusion from a favoured activity.. 10.. Suspension from school (in accordance with the schools policy on Suspension and Expulsion).. 11.. Exclusion from school (in accordance with the schools policy on Suspensions and Expulsion).. Behaviour Supports for Students.. Interview between the student and a member of staff, usually the class tutor.. initially.. The purpose of this interview is to establish an understanding in the student of the.. rule/rules she has broken.. To bring the student to an understanding of the effects of the breach on/herself as well.. as on other members of the school community.. To bring the student to an understanding of how to act/react differently so as not to be in.. breach of the rule/rules.. To administer a sanction, if one is required and to get the student to see the need for one.. (Often this process is sanction enough, especially in the case of a new/younger student or.. a student who has genuine behavioural difficulties.. ).. Referral to the Guidance Counsellor.. Referral by the school to an external centre for assistance in behavior modification.. Referral to NEPS for assessment and / or help in behaviour modification.. Procedures and Record Keeping.. The procedures for dealing with incidents of unacceptable behaviour/breach of.. Code of behaviour are referred to as our.. ‘.. ladder of referral’.. The basic principle of this ladder of referral system is that the higher up the ladder.. an incident is dealt with, the more seriously it is viewed.. Step 1.. : The Subject Teacher.. Each teacher has responsibility for implementing discipline in his/her own.. classroom.. Subject teachers may use some of the schools agreed sanctions for minor offences.. More serious offences should be dealt with under Step 2 of the ladder of referral.. Step 2:.. The Form Teacher.. Each class is assigned a teacher with special responsibility for them.. He/she has a pastoral and disciplinary role to play with this class group.. Step 3.. : The Principal / Deputy Principal.. Students whose behaviour has not improved will be referred to the Principal / Deputy Principal.. If the Principal/Deputy Principal decides that a suspension is warranted (the procedures of our policy on suspension and expulsion will be implemented) the parents must be notified orally and in writing of the reason for and the length of time of the suspension.. The Principal will inform the Board of Management of all suspensions.. The Principal recommends expulsion to the Board of Management if warranted.. The Board of Management considers the recommendation and having given an.. opportunity to the parents/student if over 18 years, to make their case, makes.. its decision whether to expel or not.. Success Criteria/Monitoring.. This Code of Behaviour was drawn up in consultation with the parents, students,.. staff and management of our school, was ratified by the Board of Management and.. will be reviewed one year after its implementation initially.. Any amendments which need to be made will be in keeping with the general.. philosophy of our Code of Behaviour and will be communicated to the members of.. our school community in writing.. A major review will be carried out no later than five years after the date of implementation and will involve consultation with the parents, staff, management and Board of Management of our school.. Implementation.. As the official Code of Behaviour of our school, all registered students of our school.. will receive a copy of it by hand and parents/guardians, or students over 18 years.. will be required to sign an acknowledgement of receipt of it.. The Code of Behaviour is also available from the school upon request.. Amendments to the Code of Behaviour will be communicated to the stakeholders in writing.. When the major review is carried out, the resulting amended Code of Behaviour.. will be circulated to all the stakeholders in writing.. Policies Related to the Code Of Behaviour.. Admissions Policy.. Suspensions Policy.. Expulsions Policy.. Attendance Policy.. Pastoral Care.. Anti Bullying Policy.. SPHE Policy.. Substance Misuse Policy..

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  • Title: School Location
    Descriptive info: View Larger Map.. Coming from Dublin.. Take the M1 Northbound and get off at the exit marked Drogheda South/Julianstown (Exit 7).. Head straight through Julianstown onto Drogheda South.. Drive straight though.. two.. roundabouts at Southgate Shopping Centre.. Drive straight past train station on RHS.. Take next left hand  ...   St.. Mary's Hospital and Renault Garage).. Keep right at top of hill.. Sacred Heart School is on RHS.. Coming from North Drogheda.. Get on Dublin Road southbound.. Pass Scotch Hall Shopping Centre on LHS.. Take.. next right hand turn.. on RHS between Renault Garage and St.. Mary's Hospital)..

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  • Title: Parents Council
    Descriptive info: The Parents’ Council, established in 1974 provides support for the Board of Management, staff and pupils.. Approximately 40 parents are involved in the Parents' Council.. Each district in the town and surrounding areas are represented by one or more parents.. Over the years the Parent’ Council has been involved in many fund raising projects which have contributed greatly to the school’s facilities.. The Parents' Council are also involved in other school activities such as the 10 week draw, the school musical, the graduation service and the school flag days.. Mrs.. Susan McKeown is the current chairperson of the Parents' Council..

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  • Title: School Books
    Descriptive info: A rental system for textbooks is operated in this school.. This does not include workbooks and specific notes needed for some subjects.. In order to maintain this very valuable service it is imperative that all books on loan are covered, cared for, not written on and returned in good order at the end of each school year.. Parents’ assistance in checking these books periodically  ...   is due to be paid in advance by parents each year.. A book day is held every year at the end of the month of June to facilitate parents in collecting and paying for their child's books.. Most books can be kept by the students for the entire junior or senior cycle programme, and then returned.. Only some books need to be returned each year..

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  • Title: School Curriculum
    Descriptive info: About our school.. The range of subjects available in this school is sufficiently broad to cater for students of varied academic ability, but all subjects on the curriculum are not offered to each student – it is our policy to gear the choice of subjects to suit the ability of each pupil.. Similarly, the choices offered vary depending on the availability of teachers’ time and student’s needs.. JUNIOR LEVEL.. All students take Irish, English, Mathematics, History, Geography, Religion, Physical Education, C.. S.. P.. (Civil Social & Political Education), S.. H.. (Social, Personal & Health Education), Business Studies and Science.. Our modern languages include French and Spanish.. One of the following is selected – Musicianship, Art & Crafts and Home Economics.. TRANSITION  ...   helps develop maturity and leaves the students well prepared for the Leaving Certificate programme.. SENIOR LEVEL.. Choices for senior level are made in third year – they depend on the student’s record or progress during the junior cycle and teacher’s advice, not on the results of the Junior Certificate.. Core subjects include Irish, English, Mathematics, a modern language.. Religion and Physical Education.. Students select 3 additional subjects from: History, Geography, Accounting, Business Organisation, Economics, Home Economics (Social and Scientific), Music, Art & Crafts, Chemistry, Physics, Biology.. The Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme (LCVP) and Leaving Certificate Applied (LCA) is also offered.. Extra curricular activities include Choir, Gaisce, St.. Vincent de Paul Society, Creative writing, Student Representative Council, drama and many sporting activities..

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  • Title: School Policies
    Descriptive info: The following policies are available in the school on request:.. Subject Policies.. Alcohol, tobacco and illegal substances.. Discipline policy.. Suspension Expulsion.. Health Safety.. Homework.. Anti-bullying.. Guidance.. Extra-curricular activities.. RSE Education.. Open Day Career Events.. Critical Incident..

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  • Title: School Timetable
    Descriptive info: SCHOOL TIME-TABLE.. The school day commences with assembly at 8:50 am for 10 minutes.. This assembly is a time devoted to prayer, instruction, announcements and, when necessary, explanation of rules.. It is an essential part of the life of the students and all are expected to be present.. The morning is divided into six class periods, with 15 minutes break:.. 8:50 am - 9.. 00 am:Assembly.. 9:00 am - 9:40 am: Class.. 9:40 am -10:15 am: Class.. 10:15 am - 10:50 am: Class.. 50 am - 11.. 05 am:Break.. 05 am - 11.. 40 pm: Class.. 40 pm - 12.. 15 pm: Class.. 12.. 15pm - 12.. 50pm:  ...   available.. It is forbidden to eat in the classrooms.. Lunch is from 12.. 50 pm - 1.. 30 pm.. There are three class periods in the afternoon:.. 1:30 pm - 2:10 pm: Class.. 2:10 pm - 2:50 pm: Class.. 2:50 pm - 3:30 pm: Class.. Classes are dismissed at 3:30 pm.. Between 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm students may become involved in sports, extra-curricular activities or study under supervision.. Supervised study is available from Monday to Friday from 3.. 40 to 5.. 30pm.. There is a fee charged per term for supervised study.. Preference for places for supervised study is given to 6th, 5th and 3rd year students..

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