School Day

School begins each day at 9.00 a.m.
Pupils are supervised voluntarily from 8.45 a.m.
Break is from 10.45 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.
lunch is from 12.30 p.m. to 1.00 p.m.
The school day ends at 2.45 p/m.

School Uniform / Tracksuit

Our school uniform consists of:

  • Red Jumper with school crest
  • Grey shirt
  • Black & Red striped tie
  • Black Trousers

The school tracksuit is worn for physical education, dancing and coaching, consists of:

  • Black sweatshirt with red piping and school crest
  • Red Polo shirt with school crest
  • Black Tracksuit Pants

 

Healthy Lunch Policy

Our school encourages healthy eating as part of a healthy lifestyle and operates a healthy eating policy.

Parents and children should be aware that children must remain on school grounds at lunchtime

Recycling

Pupils are encouraged to be environmentally responsible by following the “Recycling Code”.
Bring only what you can eat and drink.
Use the green bin for fruit leftovers.
Take home your wrappers and containers.

Open Day

Scoil Ailbhe holds an annual Open Day in February / March every year. parents of prospective pupils get an opportunity to visit the school, view some of our pupils work and familiarise themselves with the workings of the school.

Parents’ Council

Find out more about the the Parents Council group…

Parent Teacher Meetings

Formal Parent-Teacher meetings are held once a year in November.  However, should you feel the need to consult with your child’s teacher outside of these meetings, appointments can be made through the school secretary / school homework diary.

Enrolment

Find out more about enrolment

School Rules

We expect all our pupils to:

  • Obey the school rules as laid down in the school diary
  • Always wear the full school uniform
  • Attend regularly and punctually
  • Respect themselves and others while travelling to and from school
  • Display good behavior and manners at all times
  • Adhere to the Anti-Bullying ethos of the school

Finally we believe our school is for the benefit of the pupils and the community. It should, above all, be a happy place where pupils work well and enjoy themselves in the process.

A practical booklet containing organisation details such as school routines and procedures will be provided on enrolment.

For further information contact us.

Scoil Ailbhe Code of Behaviour

Code of Behaviour January 2017

Scoil Ailbhe Anti-Bullying Policy

Anti Bullying Policy Nov 2014

Scoil Ailbhe Child Protection Policy

Child Protection Policy Nov 2014

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