|School Completion Programme||Home/School Liaison Office||EAL (English as an Additional Language)|
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We are very lucky to have the supports and resources of The School Completion Programme in our school.
This is a targeted programme of support for children in both primary and post primary school. Our SCP programme aims to provide support to students in a variety of different ways both during and after the school day.
The S.C.P. team is :
Co-ordinator : Alanna O Donovan Alanna.email@example.com
Project worker : Chanice Quinn Chanice.firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Worker : Stephanie Walsh Stephanie.email@example.com
The S.C.P. offers a variety of support programmes via whole class engagement/ small groups / one to one work
Friends For Life Working Things Out
Roots Of Empathy Rainbows Programme
Mind Up Programme Weaving Wellbeing
Mentoring For Achievement Programme (MAP)
Transition Programme From Primary To Secondary School
Afterschool sports clubs.
They also offer homework clubs on Tuesdays and Wednesdays which provide a support to complete homework with a play activity afterwards. This also includes the opportunity to go to Easter and summer camps .
The S.C.P can be contacted via the emails above and are also on Facebook & Instagram .
This is a link to the S.C.P. padlet which is full of great supports and activities for students.
Family Liaison Teacher - Lisa Sheehy
We are very fortunate to share a Family Liaison Teacher with the other four Primary schools. Lisa Sheehy spends every Tuesday in The Monastery and assists and supports children and their parents in successfully engaging with school . She liaises with external agencies and local support networks on behalf of the school.
If you require any assistance during the current school closure Lisa may be contacted via the school office 062-52656 .
Excellent attendance at school is important to allow children to be the best they can be and aim for a bright future.
Why it is so important to attend school:
Let’s make every school day count.
- To learn.
- To have fun.
- To make new friends.
- To experience new things in life.
- To learn about differences, people and culture.
- To be part of the community.
- To spend time with friends.To be part of a team.
- To develop new skills.To build conﬁdence and self-esteem.
- To have the best possible start in life.
Children who go to school regularly are more likely to make friends, to do well in school and be involved in their community.
Whilst not ideal getting your child into school late is ALWAYS better than not having them in at all.
**Please don’t send them to school if unwell especially in current circumstances.**
We are fortunate to have shared access to an EAL teacher in the school. Ms Jo Browne works with our pupils for whom English is an additional language to support them in their language development .