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17th May 2022 8:30 am
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16th May 2022 4:44 pm
Summer Programme to Support the Education or Care Needs of Students with Complex Needs for 2022. Click “View Pdf” below for further information. The Home-Based Summer Provision Programme is for students who have - Significant needs with physical and/or sensory functioning (including students who are Deaf or have severe to profound hearing loss and students who are blind or have a severe to profound visual impairment) - Significant needs in cognitive functioning and independence/daily living skills (including students who have moderate to severe/profound learning disability) - Significant needs in social communication, social interaction combined with rigid repetitive patterns of behaviour (including students with Autism) - Students with Down syndrome - Students with severe emotional behavioural needs, to the extent that these behaviours of concern are impacting on a student’s ability to learn, to function independently and to participate fully in school life If you wish to apply for Home Based support for your son/daughter please contact the school office on 066 97 95455 or office@presmilltown.ie for an initial eligibility form. The school will then confirm the student’s eligibility for the programme after which parents will receive an email confirming the number of hours the student is eligible for. Once DES has confirmed the number of hours, parents can employ the services of a teacher to conduct these hours which will be paid for by DES. The closing date for applications is Thurs 9th June, but parents are encouraged to apply sooner if you wish to do so. https://d50adfe6df36c7bceba2-914c455a73d068384f0e16181ce1b7cf.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/pdf/9414_20220516174138.pdf.........
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6th May 2022 4:00 pm
s Trip next Spring (2023). The 2nd instalment payment of €250 is due no later than Friday 13th of May 2022 via the GTI payment portal. Please note all payments are non-refundable..........
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6th May 2022 2:32 pm
Trip next Spring (2023). The 2nd instalment of €150 is due no later than Friday 13th of May 2022 via Topflight’s payment portal. Please note all payments are non-refundable..........
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6th May 2022 7:00 am
this morning. Students are reminded that they must wear their full school uniform and adhere to school rules in relation to both uniform and piercings. The Code of Behaviour is available in student journals and on www.presmilltown.ie (p.5) .........
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5th May 2022 12:35 pm
tomorrow morning. Students are reminded that they must wear their full school uniform and adhere to school rules in relation to both uniform and piercings. The Code of Behaviour is available in student journals and on www.presmilltown.ie (p.5) .........
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5th May 2022 12:27 pm
tomorrow from 9am - 1.pm If you do not wish your son/daughter to participate in the RSE modules of SPHE please email the school office at office@presmilltown.ie. If you require further information you can find our SPHE Policy (including RSE) on our website www.presmilltown.ie The SPHE Syllabus including RSE modules is available from https://ncca.ie/en/resources/sphe_framework/ If you wish to speak with a member of the RSE/SPHE team in relation to these modules please contact the a school office to arrange a call-back. Thank you. .........
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9th Apr 2022 10:37 am
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7th Apr 2022 12:46 pm
past few weeks. We will continue to do so between now and the end of the school year in order to bring a sense of normality back to school life for our students. We have been speaking with students in relation to the next few measures to be removed in the coming weeks and we understand that they will take some adjusting to. Please do not hesitate to make contact via the school office if we can support your son/daughter in any way as they adjust to the return to regular school routines and practices. From Monday 28th April (after the Easter break) the following will apply, Changing Rooms • PE Changing Rooms will once again be used for changing before and after PE and extracurricular training/games. This means that all students should come to school every day in their full school uniform. • Students should bring their PE kit in a small gym bag which can fit easily into their locker. See sample photo attached below. Students should not bring large gear bags as these are much more difficult to fit into their locker. • Some year groups have been doing trial-runs using the changing room system this week to help with the transition. Classrooms • Classrooms will return to full capacity since the 1 metre social distancing restriction is no longer a requirement. Base rooms will also no longer be used, and students will move regularly to different teacher’s classrooms, if they are not already doing so. Students have been issued with timetables updated with the room changes. Uniform • Students have been permitted to wear hoodies and jackets in class due to the fact that most windows were open during the winter months. As the weather continues to improve and the requirement to have so many windows open has reduced, students will once again be required to remove their non-uniform jackets/coats/hoodies etc once they enter the school building. • Please remind your son/daughter that our Code of Behaviour states both boys and girls may only wear one small stud earring in each ear. Other facial/bodily piercings are not permitted and should be removed or covered before coming to school and/or attending school events/activities. Other Measures • Other measures will remain in place until the end of the school year. This includes all junior students remaining on-site during break and lunch. We previously did not have the capacity to provide lunch seating for all junior students, so we had no choice but to allow them to go off-site. COVID funding enabled us to create lunch seating areas for all junior students which means there is no longer a need for them to leave the premises. This will be the case going forward in future years. Our Senior students will continue to have the option of leaving the premises at break/lunch should they wish to do so, provided the consent form has been submitted via the school app. • Hand sanitiser and sanitising wipes will continue to be available until the end of this school year. While it is no longer a requirement, we strongly encourage students to sanitise their hands regularly and also to sanitise their desk/chairs before leaving the classroom. • As you know facemasks are no longer required I the school setting. Again, we strongly encourage any student who wishes to wear a face mask to do so. Facemasks continue to be available from the school office for those who require them. Thank you for your continued support and cooperation over the past number of months. As always if we can help or support your son/daughter in any way please do not hesitate to make contact vis the school office. .........
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