A very Happy Easter from everybody in the crochet class.
Keep well and safe.
St Joseph’s CBS will open a Special Class for children with ASD in September 2021. Enrolment forms are available from the school.
Please click to read the Admissions Notice (Special Class)
Please click read the Enrolment Policy (Special Class 21_22).
FREE ZOOM CLASS
Broadway Babies Stage School
Join Us For Lots of Fun & Learn Some New Dance Moves
SATURDAY 20 & 27 MARCH 2021
Sign up for both dates
Ages 2yrs – 5yrs 11.00am – 11.30am
Ages 6yrs – 9yrs 11.45am – 12.15pm
Choose your time & contact
Siobhan Mc Carthy
Mobile 0872538587 or Email: email@example.com
Prof John Sharry
Drawing on the evidence-based Parents Plus Programmes, John Sharry describes practical ways parents can help themselves and their children cope and thrive after separation. In particular the talk will describe how you can learn to
To reserve a place for yourself or to refer another parent please go to www.parentplus.ie/post/pws2021/
St. Oliver’s Community College Rathmullen Road, Drogheda, Co Louth
Tel: 041 9838390
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.socc.ie
Welcome to St. Oliver’s Community College. We are delighted that you have chosen us for your child’s post-primary education, and we look forward to welcoming them to our school and working with them over the years ahead.
The plans and preparations for our incoming first years continue so please find below some details which are relevant for you at this time of the year. Typically, we would be conducting our entrance assessments at this time of the year but that is not feasible currently. We are working on a plan that will allow us to conduct our assessments in line with public health guidance.
We are asking students to select their subject option and short course preferences by Friday March 12th. We have provided some videos and information to help you with these decisions.
We have prepared a transition booklet for parents and students to plan for the move from primary to post-primary school. While the document can be viewed on the phone it is best viewed on a tablet or computer screen and covers the areas that may be of interest to you at this time. We will continue to be in contact with you during the months ahead.
Subject Option Planning
We are currently planning the timetable to be offered to students for next year. To aid us in our planning, we are asking that you complete your subject preferences by Friday March 12th at 12 o’clock.
To help you make up your mind, please find further information about the subjects that we offer in St. Oliver’s. To access this subject information, go to www.socc.ie
There is an instructional video on how to fill the online option form.
Submit your subject preferences by clicking on the link – http://bit.ly/FirstYearOptions
The deadline for submitting your subject preferences is Friday March 12th at 12 o’clock.
|*Please note that this information is for the purpose of assisting us in timetable planning. The final options choice for your son/daughter may vary depending on the class and programme in which they are placed. The provision of option subjects is dependent on school resources and facilities available.|
St. Oliver’s Community College aspires to provide a just and caring environment in which we can learn and grow to our full potential
Direct student costs
Payments to the school for student direct costs are made via our online payment system, Way2Pay.
Book Loan Scheme – €200 (for 1st, 2nd & 3rd year)
Student Insurance – €8.50 (for 24/7 annual cover)
Other costs such as uniform, stationery, etc. can be found in the transition booklet which accompanies this letter.
We will issue a bill to you via text on Monday for the book loan scheme payment. The first instalment of €50 is due by Friday March 19th. The balance of payment is due by Friday July 23rd.
Payment can be made in instalments – just click on the same link sent to your phone to make repeated payments. A bill for the student insurance will be issued during the summer.
For more information on these two matters and many more related to the transition to St. Oliver’s, click here to read the SOCC Transition to Post-Primary Information Booklet.
The Keep Well Campaign are running a virtual St. Patrick’s Day Parade with parents and families.
The Virtual Parade involves parents and families coming up with Poems ,Stories, Food, Song & Dance and a Leprechaun Hunt in the Garden. Parents are asked to send in their photos/videos with the caption CELEBRATING ST PARTICK’S DAY IN YOUR HOME 2021.
There will be prizes for winners and runner ups etc.
WhatsApp entries to – 087 240 3847
Closing Date: Monday 22nd March @5pm
Please see dates for upcoming Parenting Programmes with Connect Family Resource Centre, Moneymore
Drogheda Women & Children’s Refuge
Drogheda Women & Children’s Refuge provide a wrap round service to women and children experiencing domestic and sexual violence. In addition to emergency accommodation we provide an Outreach Service where we meet woman in safe places away from the refuge, and offer support and information to enable them to stay in their own homes or do not want / need to stay in the refuge. We offer support and information via the phone or 1:1 prearranged appointments.
At the moment under level 5 Covid restrictions, 1:1 appointments & court accompaniments are restricted, however we continue to offer support and information via the phone. We need to ensure that information on our support service is getting out to the women who need it and for them to know that we are still here.
Well done to everyone for the amazing effort they made last week on See Saw or Google Classroom.
Here are our lucky winners:
Mikolaj Obushowski and Henry Mc Neill
Daniel Coyle and Jacob Levins
Matthew Soller and Santiago Sousa
Paudie Clarke and Renars Marsals
Henry Connor Brannigan and Daniel Reay