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We are now accepting applications for admission into first year in September 2021. The deadline for receipt of application is October 23rd 2020. Click here for application form.
Unfortunately this year we are unable to hold an Open Night. You can review our Prospectus here and if you have any questions please contact our office on 046 9241551.
The AGM of St. Ciaran’s Community School Parents’ Association will be held on Wed 14th Oct 2020 at 8pm via zoom.The Parents Representatives for Board of Management will be nominated on the evening.
RE: Revised arrangements for the completion of Classroom Based Assessments (CBAs) for the cohort of students 2018 – 2021 (students in 3rd Year in 2020/2021)
Students experienced a disrupted period of learning in 2019/20 because of school closures introduced to curtail the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the best efforts of teachers and schools to mitigate the effects of disrupted schooling, the learning experience of students varied.
As a result students only need to complete one CBA in each subject.
Please see attached the schedule of CBA’s for our school. You will see that some were completed last year ( Business/ Science) and others are in progress.
Please discuss the timetable with your son/daughter to ensure that they are staying up to date with all the research and projects.
Should you have any questions about the CBA’s please contact us at Juniorcycle@stciaranscs.ie
Ms. Mannix & Mr. O’Sullivan
Information on 2nd Year Classroom Based Assessments
Please follow these links to see
1. The timetable of Classroom Based Assessments (CBA’s) that your son/daughter will be completing in 2nd year.
2.A brief description of what is involved for each subject, the grading process and the final certifica
Christmas Jumper and Mask Day will be celebrated on Thursday the 10th of December in St. Ciarans CS - donations of €2 will be collected for our local SVP and Dublin Zoo.
The Student Council are running a First Year Christmas Card competition. All cards should contain supportive messages inside. Cards will be distributed to the isolated and vulnerable via the Community Police in Navan. The deadline is Tuesday the 15th with prizes distributed on the 16th!
1st Year ‘Rooted in Reading’ Passports Initiative
All first year students will receive their ‘Reading Passports’ this week to encourage our student’s uptake of reading for enjoyment. We believe that reading for enjoyment reduces stress, improves analytical thinking, boosts vocabulary, writing skills and develops increased memory skills.
Each week, 1st years have the opportunity in English class to participate in ‘Drop Everything and Read’ with a book from home. Students will complete a number of novels between school and home this year. Upon completion, they will receive a ‘passport stamp’ from their English teacher and record the book in their ‘Reading Passports’. Prizes and certificates will be awarded to successful readers in May 2020. With your encouragement and support, we hope to further build a culture of reading in our school community.
This includes Students, Teachers, Principals, Parents, SNA’s, Caretakers, Bus Drivers and everyone in between!
We want to celebrate the enormous work that all members of the school community have done since they reopened this year.
Here is video of collective acknowledgement from Ireland's political leaders, media and sports personalities.
This year at St. Ciaran's we will be holding our Wellbeing Week virtually and will be asking our whole school community to walk, run or cycle within 5km of their homes during the week of February 22nd. This event will be in aid of a local charity, which will be revealed on February 22nd, and teachers, students, and their families can take part. Prizes will be awarded for the most active student in each year group. To partake in this event, please download the Strava app off the app or android store and join the relevant group (For example: if you are in first year please search for "St. Ciaran's First Year").