30 Apr · Selina · No Comments

April 2018 Newsletter

Please see our Newsletter for April below. Newsletter April 2018

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20 Apr · Selina · No Comments

Child Safeguarding Statement 2018

See ‘Child Safeguarding Statement’ for Wexford Educate Together below. Child Safeguarding Statement – WETNS An original signed copy of same is available in the office. This statement was ratified by the Board of Management of Wexford Educate Together on 9th April 2018 and replaces our ‘Child Protection Policy’. To find out more about Tusla, the …

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17 Apr · Selina · No Comments

BoM Agreed Report – April 2018

AGREED REPORT BOM APRIL 2018

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17 Apr · Selina · No Comments

School Calendar 2018-19

Please find link below to the School Calendar for Academic Year 2018-19. Please note that the calendar has been prepared in accordance with Department of Education Circular 0009/2017. 2018-2019 School Calendar

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1 Feb · Selina · No Comments

January Newsletter

Take a look at our January Newsletter for all the latest news and updates from Wexford ETNS. Newsletter January 2018

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25 Jan · Selina · No Comments

BOM Agreed Report January 2018

Agreed Report Jan. 2018

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BOM Agreed Report June 2017

Agreed Report June 2017

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22 Nov · Selina · No Comments

Zeeko Workshop

Internet Safety Workshop for Parents December’s Learn Together theme is ‘e-Safety’ – students will be learning about e-safety and being webwise – we are also looking at this theme through SPHE and Stay Safe in the older classes. To support this we have organised a parent workshop on e-safety. Please join us at the school …

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22 Nov · Selina · No Comments

November 2017 Newsletter

Please find our November 2017 below – there are so many exciting things going on this month! Newsletter November 2017

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About our school

Multi-denominational – children of all denominations and none are equally welcome into our school. Co-educational – Educate Together schools are open to girls and boys and gender stereotyping is addressed and challenged. Child-centred – this applies not only to teaching and learning within the classroom but to all decisions at staff and management level, which must have the well-being of the children at their heart. Democratically-run – parents are viewed as a positive resource for the school. Parental involvement is welcomed and encouraged, where appropriate.

         

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