Hi everyone,

This section of the website is for your reference during the school closure due to COVID-19. The current school closure is up until March 29th. There is a contingency plan in place should the closure be extended – this will be communicated to you. All families have been emailed work that is sufficient for your child to complete during this current closure. If you need to seek clarification regarding any of the work assigned, if you have any queries about it or if you wish to send completed work to your child’s class teacher, you can do so through the specially-assigned email addresses. (Please note that these emails addresses will only be monitored during school hours).

The work provided for your child via email is specific to their class level. Should you require any additional suggestions or further activities, the list below provides some guidelines for this.

The work assigned, as well as the below suggestions are intended to be in no way overwhelming, but to assist you with providing structure and some sort of normality for your child and family during these difficult times. Health and wellbeing of our pupils and families is our main concern, and have no doubt that your child will catch up academically and will receive all the necessary support when schools re-open. For now, enjoy spending time with each other and valuing the basic and really important things in life – that’s what will really matter when all of this passes.

The following link provides useful support for you and your mental health during this time:

. The following link provides useful support for your child and their wellbeing:

Please continue to looks after yourselves and your families. While the school building is closed, the staff continue to be available to support you and your child should you need... Please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Best wishes,



Additional/Suggested Resources: - RTE Home School Hub 11am - 12pm Monday Friday (suitable for 1st - 6th class pupils) - Diane Alber Readalouds of Books related to Creativity and Wellbeing one per day Monday - Friday. Check out our favourite A Little Spot of Kindness! - Weaving Wellbeing At Home booklet created by Fiona Forman (Weaving Wellbeing is used to support SPHE teaching in our school from 2nd class upwards) - Creative writing pack with language/vocabulary activities as well as character, setting and plot activities - Art and story workshops for children 9+ - Free membership until 31st May 2030 using code lovelamh. Used in class to promote use of Lámh signs in the school!