Ms Kelliher’s Rang 2 & Rang 3 list

Class Requisites for Rang 2.  Ms Kelliher

3 x glue sticks (labelled with name)

2 x pencils

1 x eraser

1 x pointer/ sharpener

1 x 30cm ruler

2 x Project Copies 15 A

5 x 88 page copies

2 x B4 Handwriting copies

1 x 88 page notebook (small)

2 x 88 page sum copy (C3)

2 x 20 page display folders (one for general work and one for Ceol)

1 x A4 hardwearing mesh zip folder 

1 pack of 12 Twistables (colours)

1 x A4 Hardback copy

Re-useable water bottle for the year

 

Class Requisites for Rang 3.  Ms Kelliher 

3 x glue sticks (labelled with name)

2 x pencils

1 x eraser

1 x pointer/ sharpener

1 x 30cm ruler

1 x red pen

10 x 88 page copies

2 x B4 Handwriting copies

1 x 88 page notebook (small)

3 x 88 page sum copy (C3)

2 x 20 page display folders (one for general work and one for Ceol)

1 x A4 hardwearing mesh zip folder 

1 pack of 12 Twistables (colours)

1 x A4 Hardback copy

Re-useable water bottle for the year

Calendar 2019 – 2020

Calendar for 2019-2020

 

School re-opens Thursday 29th August 2019.

School is closed Monday 28th October to Friday November 1st inclusive for mid-term. 

School is closed Monday 23rd December to Monday 6th January 2020 inclusive.

School is closed on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st February 2020.

School is closed Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th March for St. Patrick’s Day.

School is closed Monday April 6th to Friday April 17th inclusive.

School is closed Monday May 4th – Public Holiday.

School is closed on Friday May 29th and Monday June 1st.

School will close at 3pm on Thursday evening June 25th for summer holidays.

 

Rang 1 Equipment List for September 2019. Mrs Joy

Rang 1 Equipment List.  September 2019. Mrs Joy

 

3 x Ormond Project Books 15A, 40 pages

3 x Ormond Exercise Books 15, 40 pages

2 Ormond Copy books (blank), 40 pagese

2 x Junior sum copy 10mm sq, 40 pages

2 x A4 zip mesh folders

2 x 20/40 page A4 display pocket folders

FALLONS tables book

Homework diary

Pencil case

Sharpener and eraser

4 x HB pencils (“2B” is best please)

Twistables/ Colouring pencils

2 large pritt sticks

REUSABLE water bottle please for the school year

 

Please label all of the above for the school year.

 

See you all in August.  Have a lovely summer. Mrs Joy

 

Rang 2 Equipment list for September 2019

Rang 2 Equipment List for September 2019.  Mrs Joy

 

2 x ormond Project Book 15A, 40 pages

3 x ormond Exercise Books A11, 88 pages

2 x ormond Sum Copy C3, 88 pages

1 x small zip mesh folder

2 x A4 zip mesh folders

1 x display pocket folder 

Pack of A4 laminating pouches

Pencil case

Sharpener and eraser

4 x HB pencils (“2B” is best please)

Twistables/ colouring pencils

2 x large pritt sticks

Reusable water bottle please for the school year

 

Please label all of the above for the school year and cover all copies please.

 

See you in August.  Have a lovely summer.

 

Rang 5 Equipment List for September 2019

Scoil Realt na Mara                 5th    ’19-’20                                          Thursday 20th June ‘19

Dear parents/ carers

I look forward to working with 5th class  in September.  The children will need the following items, in their school bags, from Thursday 29th of August 2019:

-1x 15A Ormond copy book (50 pages)

-2 x A11 Ormond copy book (88 pages)

-1 x C3 Ormond sums copy (88 pages)

-3 Ormond Manuscript Book (120 pages, soft cover, €1.30 in A4 Killorglin)

-2 x project files (50 cent each in A4)

They will also need the items below, many of which they already have from 4th class:

-music folder (please keep music from 4th class)

– Collins pocket English dictionary

-a table book

-an atlas

-a pocket calculator

-several pencils (2 for school, additional pencils for homework station at home) no biros-please

-a rubber, a sharpener and colours (no markers please-all to be labelled individually)

-a soft nibbed pen for handwriting (no biro’s please)

-a 30cm ruler

-a pritt stick

-mathematical set

All other books will be ordered through the school.  Please ensure your child’s name is on all of their belongings.  Wishing you a lovely summer break.

Thank you

Lisa Nolan Falvey

Rang 4 & 6 Equipment list for September 2019

Rang 6:  Please have the following for September 2019.

88 page copybook x 4

Sums copy

Felt tip pen – NO biros please

Ruler 30cm

English Dictionanry

Irish/English Dictionary

Protractor and set squares

Compass with a short pencil

Atlas

 

Rang 4: 

Please have the following for September 2019:

88 page copybook x 4

Sums copy

Ruler 30cm

English dictionary

Irish/English Dictionary

 

Junior & Senior Infants Equipment List for September 2019

JUNIOR AND SENIOR INFANTS EQUIPMENT LIST

  • 1 A4 size mesh zipper folder labelled with your child’s name.

 

  • Small mesh folder/pouch (labelled with your child’s name) for sight vocabulary words.

 

  • 1 pack 25 laminating pouches – to be used to laminate your child’s ‘special book,’ nametags and photographs.

 

  • 2 large Pritt/gluesticks, labelled with your child’s name, for use with scrapbook/Art projects.

 

  • Colours (no markers – I would recommend something like twistables), pencils (at least 3) and pencil case. I appreciate that labelling colours and pencils in particular can be time consuming – but hopefully it should save you from having to repurchase these items at regular intervals.  So if possible, I would recommend that these be labelled with your child’s name as well.

 

2019 – 2020 Calendar

Calendar for 2019-2020

 

School re-opens Thursday 29th August 2019.

School is closed Monday 28th October to Friday November 1st inclusive for mid-term.

School is closed Monday 23rd December to Monday 6th January 2020 inclusive.

School is closed on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st February 2020.

School is closed Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th March for St. Patrick’s Day.

School is closed Monday April 6th to Friday April 17th inclusive.

School is closed Monday May 4th – Public Holiday.

School is closed on Friday May 29th and Monday June 1st.

School will close at 3pm on Thursday evening June 25th for summer holidays.

Child Safeguarding Risk Assessment 20.11.2018

 

Child Safeguarding Risk Assessment

 

Written Assessment of Risk of Scoil Réalt na Mara Cromane

In accordance with section 11 of the Children First Act 2015 and with the requirement of Chapter 8 of the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools 2017, the following is the Written Risk Assessment of Scoil Réalt na Mara Cromane.

 

 

List of school activities

 

The sc The school has identified the following risk of harm in respect of its activities –

 

The school has the following procedures in place to address the risks of harm identified in this assessment
Training of school personnel in Child Protection matters Harm not recognised or reported promptly Child Safeguarding Statement (prepared 20/3/18) & DES procedures made available to all staff and substitute staff.

 

DLP (Séamus Shaughnessy) & DDLP (Kevin Corkery) have attended PDST face to face training in May and October 2018.  All Staff have viewed the online TUSLA training module & the PDST other online training FOR mandated persons.

 

BOM records all records of staff and board training.  Record sheet prepared in office.

One to one teaching Harm by school personnel School has policy in place for one to one teaching

SEN rooms and library to be fitted with doors with glass vision panels. 

Table between teacher and pupil

Teacher and pupils to be aware of and respect personal boundaries.

Care of children with special needs Harm by school personnel Special Education Needs Policy

(for review by S.S. & S.M.)

Toilet areas Inappropriate behaviour Toilet areas and corridors to be supervised by staff on yard duty during breaks.  Generally pupils will not be in their classrooms during breaks.

Library door is to be left open at all times. 

Curricular Provision in respect of SPHE, RSE, Stay Safe Non-teaching of same School implements SPHE, RSE, Stay Safe in full.  SPHE Policy to be revised periodically. Stay Safe Programme was updated recently and this is carried out every year.
LGBT Children/Pupils perceived to be LGBT Bullying Anti-Bullying Policy

Code of Behaviour

Recruitment of new staff Harm not recognised or properly or promptly reported Child Safeguarding Statement & DES procedures made available to all staff and substitute staff

Staff to view TUSLA training module & any other online training offered by PDST

Managing of challenging behaviour amongst pupils, including appropriate use of Careful Handling Injury to pupils and staff Health & Safety Policy

Code of Behaviour

Sports Coaches and external personnel to support the Curriculum Harm to pupils Policy & Procedures in place including Gárda vetting. 

All interactions between students and visitors to be supervised by relevant class teachers at all times.

 

Volunteers/ Parents Harm to pupils Vetting procedures Policy for parents/ volunteers

All interactions between students and visitors to be supervised by relevant class teachers at all times.

Use of Information & Communication Technology by pupils in schools Bullying  / Grooming / Inappropriate contact/ accessing inappropriate material online ICT policy (NCTE filters unsuitable websites).  Children are not allowed to bring their own devices to school. 

 

The school Anti-Bullying Policy and

Code of behaviour are reviewed regularly.  SPHE programme taught in full every year.

Internet Safety courses for children occur regularly.

Risk of harm due to children inappropriately accessing / using computers, social media, phones and other devices while at school. ICT Policy

NCTE filtering

Children not allowed to have any devices with internet access in school.

School outings Harm to pupils Adequate Teacher and/or SNA supervision and parental help if deemed necessary.  3 adults min on school tours.
School Transport arrangements Harm to pupils Bus Eireann and private bus operators are all vetted by their organisations.
Prevention and dealing with  bullying amongst pupils Harm to children/ bullying Anti-bullying Policy & Bullying Prevention Procedures in place. CF Friends for Life and SPHE Curriculum.
Care of pupils with specific vulnerabilities/needs Harm to children/bullying Policies & Procedures in place / SEN Policy
Students participating in work experience in the school Harm to children/bullying Policies & Procedures in place.  Work experience students never to be left with pupils without teacher present.
Student teachers undertaking placement training in school Harm to children Policies & Procedures in place.  Student teachers never to be left with pupils without teacher present.
Risk of harm due to inadequate Code of Behaviour Harm to children Annual review of the Code of Behaviour
Supervision of children awaiting collection after 3pm   Parents encouraged to pick up their children from school promptly.

 

 

Important Note:  It should be noted that risk in the context of this risk assessment is the risk of

“harm” as defined in the Children First Act 2015 and not general health and safety risk.  The definition

of harm is set out in Chapter 4 of the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post- Primary

 Schools 2017

 

In undertaking this risk assessment, the board of management has endeavoured to identify as far as possible the risks of harm that are relevant to this school and to ensure that adequate procedures are in place to manage all risks identified.  While it is not possible to foresee and remove all risk of harm, the school has in place the procedures listed in this risk assessment to manage and reduce risk to the greatest possible extent.

This risk assessment has been completed by the Board of Management on February 12th, 2018.

It shall be reviewed as part of the school’s annual review of its Child Safeguarding Statement.

 

Signed _____________________________________ Date ________________

Chairperson, Board of Management

Signed _____________________________________ Date ________________

 

Principal/Secretary to the Board of Management

 

 

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