Parents / guardians,

Here is a table of activities the children can do over the next 2 weeks. They can pick and choose what they want to do and upload photos on to seesaw for me to see. Most importantly, I want them to stay safe while they enter this new phase, keep washing their hands and maintain social distance. Please continue to remind them that we still need to be vigilant during these few weeks. Enjoy seeing some special people yourselves!

Emma

Dear parents / guardians,

I hope everyone is looking forward to next week when we can start to see some family and friends again.  
I am doing something a little different this week with the children.  Tomorrow they will receive a link in their seesaw, the same PowerPoint presentation you are getting in this email.  
They will work during the week to complete the various tasks covering subjects such as English, maths, Geography, History and SPHE.  They are welcome to send me on their work as they do it each day or they can send on their final presentation at the end of the week.  I don’t mind how they present it- on paper, in a word document, in a PowerPoint presentation, on seesaw… the choice is theirs!
 
 
The Parents Association have kindly offered to pay for the 6th class hoodie.  If you wish to order the hoodie can you please get back to me with the size your child would like.
The options are 
Age 12-13
Small adult
Medium adult
 
I will arrange collecting the children’s signatures once I have the sizes and I will arrange dropping the hoodies off to the children also.  
 
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Stay Safe and enjoy the fine weather!
 
Kind regards,
Emma
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St. John's National School © 2021

I am writing to you with information on a pop-up style uniform shop that we’re in the process of organising in hopes that you may pass on this information to the parents of your current students before the end of school term.

Last year we were inundated with requests from local parents for second-hand uniforms for all of the local schools, primary and secondary.

There was a lot of running around and gathering/collecting of items and in order to try to alleviate the pressures of last year for all local parents we have organised this appeal to benefit those who may be struggling in our community.

No child should go without.

We are asking for donations of all kinds of uniform items that may be finished with at the end of this school year.

This includes: Skirts, trousers, jumpers, tracksuits, school shoes, shirts, airtex, runners and school bags.

There will be a box left outside at the Project centre in Ballybrack midweek mornings for anyone who wishes to donate items, or if needed they can contact me directly on loughlinsaira@gmail.com in order to arrange collection of the items.

All items will be washed, pressed and put onto hangers in which we will then host a shop at the project centre in August (date to be confirmed) where parents can come and take whatever they may need, free of charge, no questions asked.

Any left over uniform items from the event will be donated accordingly back to each relevant school for use as spares for students.

 

Please note that this is a completely cost free non-profit project.

 

Thank you in advance for helping us to help the parents and school-going children of the Ballybrack community.

Administration Team

Ma’s Of Ballybrack