Early Morning Club
Early Bird Morning Club is a supervised drop off service available to students from both Scoil Chaitríona Junior and Scoil Chaitríona Senior.
The service aims to assist working/college going parents who require childcare before school hours. Children participate in a variety of structured and unstructured games and activities under the supervision of Garda Vetted and qualified teachers with childcare experience.
Early Bird Morning Club runs during term time only from 07:40am to 08:40am in Scoil Chaitríona Senior Hall. Fees are €4 per morning and family rates apply.
Any queries on the Early Bird Morning Club service, please email Ciara Doyle on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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‘Stay n’ Play’ After School Care
A programme of affordable after school childcare is now available in Scoil Chaitríona Senior. “Stay ‘n Play” is run by a committee of parents and is funded by the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform.
It is open from 2.30pm each school day and it also provides a service during school holidays and other school closures.
The manager of “Stay ‘n Play” is Ms. Jackie Davey and she can be contacted in the Senior School Hall each day from 2.30pm.
There are hot school lunches provided for the children in Scoil Chaitríona Senior in conjunction with Fresh Today. Fresh Today are an established market leader in the preparation and delivery of healthy school lunches throughout the country. For over 10 years we have been preparing food for the children of the Irish DEIS Schools. An integral part of the Irish education system, our lunches help ensure school children throughout the country are well-fed and focused on the day ahead.
Home School Community Liaison (HSCL)
The Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) Scheme is a central component of the Department of Education and Skills DEIS (Delivering Equality of Opportunity in Schools), An Action Plan for Educational Inclusion, which aims to combat educational disadvantage, through a range of interventions and strategies, designed to improve educational outcomes for children.
The five goals of the HSCL Scheme focus on
• supporting marginalised pupils
• promoting co-operation between home, school, and community
• empowering parents
• retaining young people in the education system
• disseminating best practice.
Second-hand Uniform and Book Sales
Information on second-hand uniform and book sales will be sent to parents towards the end of each school year.