All information relating to COVID-19 can be found on the COVID-19 tab. Please consult with it:
* if you are unsure whether your child should attend school
* for information on symptoms
* for measures which will be put in place should there be a confirmed case
updates from HSE, DES and Acting Chief Medical Officer
* for school reopening plan and general information
Information on our new opening and closing times under the About Us tab-Our School Day
School calendar 2020/2021
Please click here to view next years school calendar. Please note that we reopen on Wednesday 26th August 2020.
Who is my child's class teacher?
Class teacher and SNA allocations per class are available under the tab ABOUT US- AN OVERVIEW
You will also have received information on our uniform change, teal crested sweatshirt, available in Pauline's Fashions, Ballinagh, white polo shirt, troussers/tracksuit/skirt/pinafore as before (navy). No leggings or branded/striped trousers. Trousers must be plain.We understand that there was/is a delay with this order. Junior Infants should use another top until the teal uniform top is in stock. Please do not buy the old uniform top. There will be a gradual phasing in of the new teal sweatshirt with all pupils expected to wear it from Sept.2021. If buying a new top, please only buy the new teal sweatshirt.
As we approach the beginning of a new school year, we reopen amid uncertain times. The reopening of St. Felim's requires a community effort and it is vital that we all play our part. Adhering to Public Health guidelines has never been so important. It is also extremely important that children who are unwell remain at home.
Please discuss with your child the changes which they will be introduced to when they return. Please go through the importance of hand hygiene and coughing and sneezing etiquette with them also. At this stage all should be familiar with the use of hand sanitisers. Staff will reinforce these measures with the children on their return.
Coughing or spitting deliberately in someones direction and the spreading of rumours about those with or suspected to have Covid will not be tolerated and will be dealt with by our Code of Discipline.
Fanaigí slán, fanaigí láidir
(Stay safe, stay strong)
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The Child Safeguarding Statement and Risk Assessment were drawn up in March 2018 and both were reviewed by the BOM at their meeting on Jan. 22nd 2019. This is available to view on the website under the policies tab. A text message was sent out to parents on 28th Jan. regarding this. It is also on display in the school reception. If you would like to receive a hard copy please contact the secretary on 0494337546. Comments are welcome to include in our next review.
BOM Annual Report 2016/17: As recommended in our recent Whole School Evaluation the BOM has now published a report on its work during 2016/17. Click here to view.
BOM Annual report 2017/18: Please click here.
BOM Annual Report 2018?19. Please click here.
All reports from BOM meetings are to be found on this website under the BOM News tab. A report is published after each meeting and also at the end of each year.