Principal Lynn Hicks,
Ashbourne Educate Together N.S., Killegland,
Tel: 01 8357493
School Calendar 2018-2019
PEACE PROMS 2019 EXCLUSIVE TICKET PRE-SALE for PARENTS
‘Ticket Pre-sale for Parents’, will launch on Monday 5th of November at 8 a.m. This is exclusively for your parents, to allow them to book tickets before they go on general release.
Please ensure that you:
- know which concert your school in participating in
- know their pre-sale code
All this information is available from the class teacher.
School: 20396Q Ashbourne Educate Together National School
Venue: Dublin – RDS
Concert Date / Time: 3rd February 2019 RDS Sunday 7:00PM
Presale Code: DUBSUN7PM
***All Codes are case sensitive and must be entered in CAPITALS****
Parents will also receive an email reminder from the Peace Proms Team, provided they have given consent to be contacted by us and you have entered their email details on the database.
Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland
Dundalk Institute of Technology
The Evergreen Class have had a very busy first few months back in school. We have been doing lots of work in our own class, as well as with Junior and Senior Infants. We are working with Junior and Senior Infants for power hour, Maths and English activities, Aistear, Art and P.E.
We had loads of fun dressing up at the end of October.
Dear Parents/ Guardians,
Just a reminder that November is Stay Safe month.
The Stay Safe programme is a personal safety skills programme for primary schools. The aim of the programme is to reduce vulnerability to child abuse and bullying through provision of personal safety education for children.
It is developmentally structured to enable primary school teachers to deliver an abuse prevention education that addresses personal safety issues such as physical, emotional and sexual abuse as well as bullying and stranger danger.
Topics that will be covered are as follows;
- Building confidence and self-esteem
- How to identify and deal with inappropriate or unsafe touch
- That it is ok to say ‘no’ to an adult in a situation where they feel unsafe, threatened or frightened
- To identify trusted adults whom they should tell if they are feeling frightened, threatened, worried or unsafe in any way
- To understand how someone might bribe, trick or threaten them to keep a secret
- It is never their fault if they are victimised or abused
- That they should never go anywhere with or take anything from a stranger
- Appropriate language for telling
- The Stay Safe rules
All primary schools are required to fully implement the Stay Safe programme (DES circular 65/2011) within the context of Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Curriculum.
Parent teacher meetings will be held next week from Tues 20th Nov until Thursday 22nd November between 2pm-4pm. We have noted that some parents still have not booked an appointment to meet the class teacher. Booking is available through the Aladdin app. Appointments can also be made by written request to your child’s teacher, please inform them of which day suits you best Tues 20th, Wed 21stor Thurs 22nd between 2pm-4pm.
If an appointment has not been made by this coming Thursday, 15th November, an appointment will be allocated to you via a written note in the homework folder/diary. As always, we will do our best to accommodate parents with siblings however we cannot guarantee appointments close in time.
Please be advised that meetings will be held on the above dates only. Unfortunately, teachers will be unable to accommodate appointments outside of this time frame.
If parents do not attend at their appointment time, there is no guarantee another appointment will be provided.
If cancellations are necessary, please inform the class teacher or the office ahead of time.
We would like to thank all parents for their patience with this new system.