You can pre-enrol your child into our school from the comfort of your own home! Due to the planned commencement of the Education (Admission to Schools) Act, 2018, Carlow Educate Together National School will not accept pre-enrolment application forms for September 2024. A new Admission Policy will be approved with an annual admissions process for this […]
Sometimes it’s the little things that can brighten up the day. This is a place where you can say thanks, express gratitude and give your appreciation to someone in the school. All messages will be passed on to staff in a subtle way.
The National Education Welfare Board (NEWB) are the government body assigned to ensure that children are attending school and their welfare is being met. Schools must take the attendance each day. When a child is absent, a school must state the reason to the NEWB. However, the reason must come in writing from the family. […]
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Carlow Educate Together’s Parent Council was formed in January 2009. It is currently being chaired by Mary Broderick. Being part of the Parents’ Council gives you a stronger voice in the school. The Parents’ Council sends reports to the Board of Management who can respond to their successes and concerns. Being on the Parents’ Council […]
This week we were very lucky to have had a visit from the book fair. On Thursday and Friday evening everyone spent some time browsing through the books and some people made themselves very comfortable on the beanbags! The event was a great success thanks to the kind parents who were here to lend a […]
Our parent forum will be held from 11:30 to 12 o’clock on Wednesday, 3rd February. The theme of the forum is: “Parental Involvement”. We will finish in time for 12 o’clock as there is a staff meeting. All children finish at 12pm.
The minister for education, Batt O’Keeffe, has ordered all schools to close until Thursday at least due to weather conditions. We look forward to getting back as “cabin fever” is setting in!
On display in our entrance is a new cabinet with loads of projects and information. Right now, there’s displays about swine flu, mobile phone recycling, looking after dogs and November weather.