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Parent Support Leaflet - for when you are worried about your child
Post primary years is a critical time in young peoples’ lives. Students are exposed to a range of influences and require support to make positive responsible decisions relating to their health and wellbeing and the wellbeing of others.
Wellbeing is one of the principles that underpins junior cycle education, however it is something that we endeavour to provide to all year groups through various school activities. Wellbeing is about young people feeling confident, happy, healthy and connected and knowing where to get the supports if needed.
Student & Parent Support From CDETB Psychological Services
Parent Support Leaflet
Throughout Covid-19 Ms. O' Higgins and Ms. McKenzie took the time to put together a fantastic wellbeing newsletter for the school community.
Please click on the links below to download a copy to read at your leisure.
Advice, Guidance and Supports from the Dept of Education
Support for parents
PE with Joe Wicks
Every morning Joe Wicks will be doing a live workout on his you tube channel aimed at students! We would encourage all year groups to get involved and get active!
Support Agencies and Contact Information
We hope you and your families remain safe and well and we look forward to welcoming you back in September.
Wellbeing Activities October 2020
Stand up Week
DCU Life Programme