St John’s NS

ANNUAL ADMISSION NOTICE

in respect of admissions to the 2021/2022 school year

 

Admission Policy and Application Form

A copy of the school’s Admission Policy and the Application Form for Admission for the 2021 is available as follows: –

To download at: www.stjohnsns.ie

On request: By emailing: office@stjohnsns.ie  or writing to : St John’s NS, Wyattville Road, Ballybrack, Co. Dublin A96 NW60

 

 

PART 1 – Admissions to the [insert school year concerned] school year

 

Application and Decision Dates for admission to [insert school year concerned]

The following are the dates applicable for admission to Junior Infants

 

The school will commence accepting applications for admission on 05/10/2020
The school shall cease accepting applications for admission on 13/11/2020
The date by which applicants will be notified of the decision on their application is 27/11/2020
The period within which applicants must confirm acceptance of an offer of admission is 18/12/2020

 

Note: the school will consider and issue decisions on late applications in accordance with the school’s admission policy.

 

 

Special Class Application and Decision Dates for admission to [insert school year concerned]

The following are the dates applicable for admission to the school’s Special Class which caters for children with Autism –

The school will commence accepting applications for admission to the special class on 05/10/2020
The school shall cease accepting applications for admission to the special class on 13/11/2020
The date by which applicants will be notified of the decision on their application for admission to the special class is 27/11/2020
The period within which applicants must confirm acceptance of an offer of admission is 18/12/2020

*Failure to accept an offer within the prescribed period above may result in the offer being withdrawn

Number of places being made available in [insert school year concerned]

 

The number of places being made available in junior infants is 25
The number of residential places is (boarding schools only)  
The number of non-residential places is (boarding schools only)  
The number of places being made available in the special class* catering for children with [insert category or categories of SEN catered for in the special class]  is 0

 

 

PART 2 – Admissions to the 2020school year

(This section should only be completed if your school intake group/ special class was oversubscribed in the previous school year)

 

In respect of the 2020 school year, the total number of applications for admission received by the school was_______________

Breakdown of places allocated for the 2020 school year:
Number of places available:  
Number of applications received:  
Number of Offers made and accepted under each criteria: A description of each criterion used and the number of places offered and accepted under that criterion must be entered here.

Example, as follows:

Criterion One: Applicants living in the catchment area – 40 places offered, 38 places accepted.

Criterion Two: Applicants with siblings attending the school – 20 places offered, 20 places accepted.

Total number of offers made  
Number of names placed on waiting list for the school year concerned.  

 

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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