Return To School – August/September 2021
INFO COVID 19
1. COVID-19 Response Plan for the safe and sustainable operation of Primary and Special Schools
2. Video advice for parents and students at different levels
3. Posters/graphics advice for parents
4. Multilingual advice for parents
5. Communications to Parents regarding School Transport – SEN and Primary
As per Covid Guidelines and following last September return to school
The following times/days pertain to each class return to school
This will allow Safe, Staggered, Covid compliant procedures in place
All adults must wear mask and leave your child at gate.
Social distances MUST APPLY
No gathering in Groups
All children must have their
- Own Hand sanitiser
- Own Hand Towel
- Own Tea Towel (in lunchbox)
They need lunch box, school bag and all clothing clearly/fully labelled
Basic Pens/Pencils Only – “Fancy” Markers/Crayons remain at home
Copies will be supplied for each child in each class
The following times apply to each class first morning only, thereafter School starts at 9a.m.
Tuesday August 31st we welcome
9am – 5th Class
10am – 1st Class
11.15am – 2nd Class
Wednesday September 1st we welcome
9.30am – 3rd & 4th classes
10am – Junior Infants
Thursday 2nd September 2nd we welcome
9.30am – 6th class
10.00am – Senior Infants
If your child travels by bus they come to school at normal school times
Wednesday Sept 1st
Réalta & Reálta Beaga
Thursday Sept 2nd
Junior Infants September 2021 – Welcome To Our School
Annual Admissions Notice and Enrolment Policy
A Parent’s guide to close contacts’
Last Friday the pupils of St. Tiarnach’s P.S. had a GAA/Sports Day in St. Tiernach’s Park. The pupils took part in a range of activities- obstacle courses, relay races, Gaelic football games and skill challenges. Thank you to Clones GAA Club for their support in the organising and coaching throughout the day.
Special thanks to Colin McCaughey, Darragh Holland and Joanne Reihill and to all the coaches who gave up their time to help out.
Special guests on the day were Monaghan GAA players Colin Walshe, James Mealiff and Ryan McAnespie.
Well done to Múinteoir Diarmuid and Múinteoir Phillip for organising the event. All pupils had a wonderful day in St. Tiernach’s Park and were treated to a well-deserved ice cream on their return! Maith sibh!
Below are some photos of the event. There are also lots of great photos on Clones Notice Board taken by one of our local photographers James Cosgrove.
Autism Awareness Day
On Friday 11th June, the pupils and staff of St. Tiarnach’s, celebrated Autism Awareness Day. We carried out lots of activities on inclusion and everyone was given lots of information on autism and how children and adults who have autism are affected by it in different ways. Pupils and staff all wore something blue on the day.