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Green Schools News

We are very excited about completing our work on the theme of Global Citizenship and Marine environments. Usually at this time of year we at St.Cecilia’s would be planning to conduct our annual beach clean-up, however, due to the current … Continue reading

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Teachers and SNAs

Teachers and SNAs required for July Education Programme based in St. Cecilia’s School beginning Monday June 28th 2021 Please contact the principal on principal@stceciliasschool.ie to express your interest.

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Newsletter – March 21

Our March Newsletter is now available. Please click on the following link… Newsletter March 21   

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Runner beans.

Since the start of our new theme “Growing” the students in Black Class have been set the challenge of running a half marathon before the Easter Break. They are completing this challenge by running 1km a day. Since the start … Continue reading

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Spring into March

Since returning to school we have been super busy in Red class focusing on communication and language and mathematics. We have explored measurements such as capacity and length. We have made great progress with our hand writing without tears programme. … Continue reading

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Letter from Dr. Ronan Glynn to Parents/guardians

Letter from DCMO to schools 260221

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Blue class mixing it!

Before the mid term we made ourselves some lovely pancakes to celebrate Pancake Tuesday! We had fun mixing all the different ingredients and pouring them into different containers to create some yummy pancakes! We really enjoyed this terms topic of colour … Continue reading

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Silver Class Birthday

We had big celebrations in Silver class this week. One of our Silver class girls turned 12. Happy Birthday Lauren!!!! We are so proud of the young lady you are becoming. 

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Special School – Reopening

Dear Parents/guardians, Our school will reopen fully to all students from Monday next March 1st. Thank you to everybody who worked so hard to ensure that the partial reopening went well and our students were successfully reintegrated into school.  Special … Continue reading

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Parent information regardind Covid-19 close contacts.

A parents guide to close contacts from the HSE.

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Return to School Feb 2021 – Updated Covid-19 Response Plan

Dear Parents/Guardians, staff members and school community, We look forward to seeing you tomorrow: Please see below our updated Covid-19 Response Plan which should be read by every member of the school community in advance of returning to school. Covid-19-Response-Plan-Updated … Continue reading

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Supplementary Programme Information – February 2021

Hi Families, Please find a link below regarding the supplementary programme for students. Supplementary Programme – Grant Claim Form 04.02.21 _Revised

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Enrolment for new students is taking place

If you wish that your son/daughter come to St. Cecilia’s beginning in September 2021 then it is time to enrol. Please contact the school on 0719177907 or email stcecilias@stceciliasschool.ie to talk to the principal Éilis Dillon. The school admission policy and … Continue reading

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School Closure

Dear Parents/Guardians, As you all know the school is closed and our instructions are to switch to remote learning for now.  Please access our remote learning plan on this link: Communication Teaching and Learning Platform        

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Special Visitor for Silver Class

Today we had a special visitor in St. Cecilia’s. He even got a little  bit delayed flying through a snowstorm on his way from the North Pole!! A special thanks to his helpers Mary and Breda who created a really … Continue reading

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