The following poster contains some of the most important things that you need bear in mind before the school re-opens.
Remember, we have done this before and working together as a community with a common purpose; we will succeed in doing it again.
Message from Creagh NS Parents Association
Creagh Parents Association are delighted with the announcement that the phased return to school will start on Monday the 1st of March.
Parents will receive updated information directly from Creagh NS via text and the Creagh NS website. In order for the reopening to be successful, we as parents must all play our part in following the guidelines set out by the department of education.
Creagh Parents Association
Advice for Parents of Infants-2nd class children (From HSE)
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The Department of Education issued a press release today detailing the dates from which primary children are expected to return to school this term. In summary; Junior and Senior Infants, First and Second classes will return on Monday the 1st of March while 3rd - 6th classes are expected to return on Monday the 15th of March. The school is waiting on guidance from the department on safety measures. As soon as our Covid Response Team have agreed the practical arrangements for the re-opening on Monday the first, we will share them with all parents via the school website.
We appreciate the co-operation and patience of all our pupils and parents throughout this lockdown and look forward to meeting our pupils over the next month in a safe and welcoming manner.
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Wecome Back, Everyone!
Hopefully everyone has enjoyed a well deserved break over the past week and we are all ready to start engaging via Seesaw again this week.
There has been a lot of media reporting regarding a partial re-opening of primary schools in early March. We are expecting that an official announcement will be made on Tuesday. As soon as we are given guidelines from the Department on how the school will safely re-open, we will begin to make arrangements and will let all parents/children know as soon as possible. In the meantime, please continue to engage online.
Well Done, Erin!
Congratulations to 11 year old Erin Arru from Mr Dolan's 5th class who has used her considerable artistic ability to create this wonderfully up-lifting design for the recent An Post 'Send Love' competition.
It comes as no surprise to us that Erin has won a year supply of stamps as well as the honour of her design featuring on a local postbox. We look forward to seeing it!
Well done, Erin! Keep those creative juices flowing.
Well done to all our pupils for their excellent engagement with their teachers on Seesaw and Zoom over the past number of weeks. We are all very proud of your enthusiasm, good humour, hard work and energy. This is the last week of remote learning before a well earned week off for the mid-term break. Some of the things to look forward to this week include Internet Safety Day on Tuesday and the Jerusalema Dance Challenge that some classes are involved with. If you are having difficulties with any aspect of remote learning, please contact the school on 0909642634 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you connected.
Spring Provision 2021
The DES has made provision for those children identified by schools as requiring the highest level of support to avail of extra home based support between 11th February 11th and April 30th. The school will be contacting thse families who qualify. The documents dealing with the programme are outlined below. If you have any additional queries, please contact the school.at 0909642634 or email@example.com.