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Remote Learning Guidelines

In order for everyone to have a pleasant online learning experience it is important that we are all working to one goal, with the same understanding of etiquette. This approach to learning can be a great success, especially when it comes to growing as an independent and driven student. We hope that these guidelines will … Read more

Our New Wellbeing Booklet

The Wellbeing of our students, staff and the wider community is a priority in a Scoil Iósaif education. We work both in the classroom and outside to promote self-awareness, kindness, self-care and tolerance. The need to care for our students’ wellbeing has been intensified by current global issues. Our Wellbeing team has worked to put … Read more

Announcement from Minister regarding resumption of school

Following today’s announcement from Minister for Education Norma Foley regarding the resumption of school, all students and parent(s)/guardian(s) should be informed that distance/online learning will begin next Monday 11th January. Arrangements will be made before the weekend in relation to the specific structures of this, as well as for 6th year students who are planned … Read more

Volunteer of the Year Award

Congratulations to our teachers Ms Leetch and Ms O’Donnell for winning ‘Volunteer of the Year’ award for Cycle Against Suicide. They, along with their team, have been leading the way in student leadership & mental health in the school-and this is further recognition. Through their work, the school has also been recognised as an Ambassador … Read more

4th Jan-Update on School Reopening

4th January 2021 Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), Firstly, I would like to wish everyone a happy New Year and hope that you have had a relaxing break. 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, and I would like to thank all of you, students and families, for the diligence and commitment to creating a school in … Read more

School break extended until 11th January

Students, parent(s)/guardian(s), and all school community, Following announcement made by an Taoiseach Michael Martin, the school will remain closed until Monday 11th January. At the moment, we understand that this is deemed an extension of the Christmas break and as such tuition will be suspended until then. Staff and school management team will be working … Read more

Bloody Sunday Poetry Competition

100 Years Later A big ‘Well Done’ and ‘Congratulations’ to Tómas Hennessy, a fifth year student who has won the Bloody Sunday Commemorative Poetry Competition. Tómas wrote a piece inspired by the footage released by the GAA to pay tribute to the individuals who lost their lives on November 21st 1920. Tómas won the first … Read more