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Incoming First Year 2021/22 Subject Choice

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To assist Curriculum Planning for Incoming First Year Students (2021/22), the school Timetable is formulated using preliminary information based on Subject Choices derived from the Subject Options Preference Forms. To indicate your childs preliminary Subject Option Preferences, please click link here.  The closing date for the survey is Friday 26th March.

There are 2 supporting documents providing more information:

 

 

All First Year Students will undertake subject Sampling next September & October. Following on from Sampling students will be requested to indicate their Final Choices in relation to Subject Options.  An Information Evening will be arranged in October to provide more information. 

For further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Tynan our School Guidance teacher:    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SEC Accredited Grades / Leaving Cert 2021 Information

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The most current information on all matters relating to Leaving Certificate examinations and the Accredited Grades process will be available on an ongoing basis on www.gov.ie/LeavingCertificate.

 

 

The Candidate portal will open at 12 Noon on Wednesday 10 March and close at 6 pm on Tuesday 16 March. 

The Leaving Certificate Candidate Self Service Portal (CSSP) can be accessed at www.examinations.ie or www.gov.ie/LeavingCertificate. Click on ‘Leaving Certificate Candidate Self Service Portal (CSSP) 2021’. 

When they have made their choices for each subject and BEFORE they hit the Submit button, they should carefully review their selections to ensure they are  correct.  When they see the Warning do not ignore it; check the page again.  They will not be able to go back to alter their choices on the portal at this time.

 

More Information:

 

26 March SEC email re Orals

26 March CAP email

24 March  Further Adjustments to Written Exams

22 March Guide to Accredited Grades for Leaving Certificate 2021 for Out-of-School Subjects and School Learners

15 March SEC email 15/03/21

Short Information for Students & Parents

***Guide for Students*** 

Circular S07/21

LCVP Update & Changes

Geography Update &  Changes

Music Update & Changes

 

February

Guide to State Examinations and Accredited Grades

 

Dec 2020

Assessment-Changes

SEC information

Circular 64/20

***Update***Feb 23 Govt Announcement

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Phased return of in-school teaching:

On Monday 1 March the first four class groups at primary level – junior and senior infants, first and second class – and final year Leaving Certificate students will return to in-school provision. This phase will also see a return to full attendance for children in special schools, as well as children in early start pre-school classes and early intervention special classes for children with autism or hearing impairment.

Monday 15 March is the target date for the return to in-school provision of the rest of primary school children – third to sixth class, and fifth year Leaving Certificate students. This date will be reviewed during the period following 1 March.

Monday 12 April, following the Easter break is the target date for the return to in-school education of the rest of post-primary students – first to fourth year students.

Remote teaching and learning provision for students in each category will cease once in-school provision commences for each group of students.

Full Announcement available here.

 

Letter form Minister of Education (Feb 24)

JCT Inservice 25 Feb 2021- No Online Classes

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There will be no remote learning/online classes on Thursday 25th Feb 2021.

Teaching staff have (online) inservice for the JCT.

In-Person Supplementary Programme 

 

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The Department of Education has announced an In-Person Supplementary Programme to support the education or care needs of post primary students with complex needs. This programme of in-person support is intended to supplement the teaching and learning provided by the student’s school and alleviate the impact of this period of school closure through the provision of 5 hours per week in-person teaching or care support to be delivered in homes.

In-person supplementary programme to support remote education

Despite the provision of remote teaching and learning by schools, there is a widespread concern that the lack of in-person support for learning may lead to regression in students with complex needs.

Therefore, there is good reason to offer an in-person supplementary programme to those students with complex needs at post primary level to alleviate the impact of this period of school closure.

It is intended that this programme would be provided by teachers or SNAs on a voluntary but paid basis to enhance the learning experience for these students and build on the learning taking place as part of the remote provision by the school.

How will In-Person Support operate?

This supplementary programme of in-person support is intended to supplement the teaching and learning provided by the student’s school and alleviate the impact of this period of school closure through provision of an additional 5 hours per week of home based in-person tuition or care support.

These hours supplement existing school provision therefore they cannot be delivered during the school day. They can however be delivered outside of the normal school day and/or at weekends.

As this will be a supplementary programme, it is voluntary for students, families, teachers and SNAs to participate.

Similar to the Department’s home based summer programme, parents must engage a teacher or an SNA directly. Schools are requested to assist in this regard.

Teachers and SNAs will be paid for this additional work through the Department’s payroll system upon receipt of the completed claim form from parents.

Eligibility

The following categories of students are eligible:

  • Students in mainstream classes in post primary schools who are accessing the highest level of the continuum of support (i.e. School Support Plus/for

    a Few). This will include students with Autism, Down syndrome, sensory impairments, and other disabilities.

  • Schools have flexibility to identify students that require the highest level of individualised and specialist support at any given time. This will ensure that students presenting with exceptional needs due to the current school closures can participate in the scheme.

More Inormation is available on the DES Website.

Documentation:

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