LAUNCH DAY IS HERE!!!
Take a look at all the wonderful work that has been going on in SML for Art Appreciation Day. We hope you enjoy the videos!
Huge congrats to the ladies who won hampers today in SML as part of Arts Appreciation. There were lots of tickets sold but Tamira from Senior Infants and Ruby from 3rd were the lucky names that came out of the draw!
A total of €364 was raised- thank you to everyone who bought a ticket!
The following dates have been arranged for the celebration of Confirmation.
Scoil Mhuire Lourdes – Friday 9th & Saturday 10th July @ 2 p.m.
Tullow Boy’s School – Friday 16th & Saturday 17th July @ 2 p.m.
Grange School – Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th July @ 2 p.m.
Ardattin School & St. Columbas – Friday 30th & Saturday 31st July @ 2 p.m.
All ceremonies will take place in Tullow Church @ 2 p.m.
Due to Covid restrictions, there will be a maximum of 18 candidates at each ceremony. Each family can have no more than 7 people present (including sponsors).
Candidates who wish to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation must call into Tullow Parish Office accompanied by a parent/guardian to register and to select one of the preferred dates that have been allocated to your school.
Albs will not be used. Instead all candidates are asked to dress appropriately and respectfully for Church.
Families who register will be contacted 2 weeks before the ceremony to arrange a date and time for rehearsal.
Please contact the Parish Centre for more information on (059) 915 1277.
This gallery contains 6 photos.
First Class were learning about birds and how a bird builds its nest. The girls built their own bird nests today.
Dear Parents/ Guardians of children from 1st-6th class,
As you know the children from 1st- 6th class completed their standardised tests in Mathematics and English in May. Over the coming days you will receive their report card in the post which will include their STEN scores from these tests.
The children have done tremendously well this year in coping with all the changes which Covid 19 has brought to our lives. I wanted to write to you all to reassure you that the standardised tests are a snapshot of one particular area of learning. They were not designed with a pandemic in mind and school closures. Therefore, they are not a true reflection of all the strides your child has made during the year.
I encourage you to please read the attached information outlining what standardised tests are and how to interpret results. However, more importantly please read all the wonderful comments that your daughter’s teacher wrote about her in the school report.
Well done to everyone for working so hard this year. Thank you for your continued support and patience as we come nearer to the end of the school year.
Please God next year will bring with it a more settled, and healthier academic year for us all.
Back to School: Clothing and Footwear Allowance. 🍎
To qualify for this payment you must be:
➡getting a social welfare payment (People getting the COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment, the Working Family Payment, or the Back to Work Family Dividend can qualify)
➡Taking part in training, employment, or adult education scheme.
🍎Applications will be means-tested and your total family income must be below a certain level for your family size.
🍎Children must be aged between 4 and 22 on 30 September 2021
🍎The Allowance is €150 for children aged between 4 and 11 and €275 for children aged between 12 and 22.
**It is paid automatically to many families. This means that they do not have to apply for the payment. If you qualify automatically, you will get a letter before 21 June 2021 to let you know.
🍎From 21 June 2021, you can apply for BTSCFA online through MyWelfare.ie.
For more information: https://bit.ly/2T03qrB