Important information regarding partial, and subsequently full, return to school.
We will open for junior to 3rd class inclusive, from next Monday. Other children will continue to be provided for remotely.
Access beyond the school gate is permissible only by prior appointment in exceptional circumstances.
Please avoid congregation at arrival and pick up times. Staggered arrival and dismissal continues. Strictly 8.50 for non bus, 9am for bus. 2.30 for bus and 2.40 for non bus. Parents please wear masks at these times.
Boxes of books: please clean school boxes this weekend. Only books, copies and pencil cases should come back. Worksheets should stay at home. They may be returned as follows; half the contents on Monday and the other half on Tuesday. These will be quarantined until Friday in the library.
Please ensure your child wears good waterproof coats daily as regular outdoor movement breaks will happen regardless of weather.
We look forward to welcoming the children back and are mindful of the many feelings that they may be experiencing.
As a treat to parents, we will not be assigning homework for the week!
Here is a link to some well being content for parents: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/af24b-wellbeing-guidance-documents-for-parents-students-and-schools/#parents-primary-schools
Letter for parents from Deputy Chief Medical Officer:
Letter from DCMO to schools 260221
Form for parents:
Our super team of SNAs have set a baking challenge for our students! The first baking challenge is pancakes for the day that’s in it! Feel free to add your own twist and email photos to me ! There will be a prize for the person crowned Castletown Bake-off champion!
Good morning everyone,
A new week is with us. I know you are tired but mid term is coming so hang in there!
On Wednesday, as a nice way to finish up for mid term break, we will be parking the academics and enjoying WELLNESS WEDNESDAY- students, teachers and parents! We have a day full of videos, activities and mindful challenges, I am certain there will be something for everyone. Parents of older children, I would really encourage you to get your children involved as I know lockdown is especially hard for them and screen time is challenging. Stay tuned for our menu of activities!
* Tomorrow is Pancake Tuesday and as promised, our SNAs have a fun challenge for us over the next couple of weeks! The Great Castletown Bake-off commences tomorrow with Sharon leading the way with pancakes! I will post the video later so that you can get organised for tomorrow.
Have a lovely day!
DONT FORGET TO WEAR RED/PINK for assembly today! I will have a spy looking for the best efforts for a prize!
Join us at 11 for or weekly catch up, raffles, slideshow and much more
We enjoyed this challenge! Ms. Russell asked us to represent our lockdown life in comic strip form. Enjoy!
Congratulations to our Friday winners in our ongoing Castletown’s Fittest Family competition. Niall and Darragh Collins and Caroline Kelly have regularly posted images and videos to us of them taking on our challenges. Well done!
Big thanks to Bailey’s Toymaster, Gorey for kindly donating a voucher!
Over the coming weeks in our household bubbles we hope to reach as many landmarks around Ireland as we can. We’re walking, jogging, running and cycling anyway so let’s see where we could be going! So choose a destination, go to Google maps to work out the distance and tally up your km as you do them. Learn a bit of geography on the way. Then maybe in the summer we might get to see some of these places for real! 🤞🙏
Keep us posted please.