The school takes part in the credit union school’s quiz every year. Junior Achievement Programme:
We recognise the importance of developing good links with the community, Through this programme, trained staff from local enterprises work with the class teacher to deliver age appropriate topics about financial mattersand science to the classes.
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.