Monday, 10 February 2014

Sensory Garden

“From little things,
big things grow”
Scoil Mhuire, Newcastle National School,
February 2014

This proposal is been submitted to representative members of
Newcastle Community Groups


Scoil Mhuire Caisleán Nua had an enrolment is 119 pupils of mixed gender. The teaching staff is comprised of 4 class Teachers including a teaching Principal, 1 Resource teacher, 1 shared Learning Support Teacher and 1 Special Needs Assistant.

Scoil Mhuire has the welfare of the students in all matters, as its primary objective.  

The aim of our school is to provide a safe, structured and stimulating educational environment for each student.  Thus the responsibility of the school is to help each student reach his/ her fullest potential.  This means fostering the spiritual, moral, intellectual, social and cultural development of each student. 

It depends intrinsically on the interest and positive support of Board of Management members, staff, parents and students.  The school depends on the grants and teacher resources provided by the Department of Education and Skills. 

Vision Statement
The school community wishes to:
  • Create a caring environment, which encourages respect, trust, consideration and support for others.  
  • Foster in each individual a strong sense of self-esteem and self-worth while appreciating the value of others.
  • Provide adequate facilities and a relevant curriculum, which will cater for the full and harmonious development of each child – a curriculum that is flexible enough to cater for the uniqueness of each child, so that all children will achieve their full potential.
  • Promote an inclusive ethos in all areas of school life. 

“Plant the seeds and they will grow”

Friday, 7 February 2014

Join the Parents Association

Training, Fundraising Cookery Demonstration, Bake Sale, Santa, Easter Bunny, Sports Day, Nights Out, etc
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