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The Fifth Class Edinburgh Trip to Edinburgh is now booked. The children will travel on Tuesday 4th December. Further Information is available here. 

The total cost for the trip is €75 per person. In the interest of security, we would like everyone to pay using our Aladdin ePayments system. You should have received an ePayment link via email. Please click here if you have lost or misplaced the ePayment link.

Adults booked to travel are: AIDAN OSHEA, LAURA SEALE, KARL STANLEY, NATALIA COREA PIEDRA, MICHELLE KIDD HARPER, KATE BIELINSKI, FIONA MARY PARKIN, MAEDHBH QUINN, ALANNA FEENEY, ANITA MARIA CONLAN, ZSUZSANNA ZSOMBOK, KIERAN CROWLEY, VICTORIA MARIA LANDY, DAVID LAYDEN, DONNA MURRAY, ANNE MARIE GILSENAN

In order to check everyone in, we ask that you send in a copy of the photograph page of you and your child’s passport. 

We also remind you that all accompanying adults must be Garda Vetted. The form for Garda Vetting is available here. Please complete and return this at your earliest convenience. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Laura Seale 

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On Friday the 19th of October we will be hosting a Cheerios Childline Breakfast morning in Greenlanes.  Children will come to school as normal however, they will start the day by having a breakfast banquet in their classrooms. 6th class will supply Cheerios, milk, spoons, bowls and a baked treat at a cost of €2 per students.

 

All funds raised will be donated to Childline.

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Dear Parents,

We have just been made aware that there will be major road works on Seafield Road East from today until Friday the 19th October. Seafield Avenue and Seapark Road will be closed at the Seafield Road Junctions until this date.

For the period of the roadworks, access to Seafield Avenue or Seapark Road will be restricted to residents only. Do not drive onto Seafield Avenue or Seapark Road. This is a safeguarding request.

During the period of disruption, the school strongly recommends that children walk, cycle or scoot to school. As Mount Prospect Avenue is part of the recommended diversion, there will be more cars than normal on this route.

The school has put this plan in place for the duration of the road works.

At Morning Drop off: Teacher and Garda Vetted parents will wait at the Mount Prospect Avenue entrance to Seafield Avenue and Seapark Road from 8am to receive the children and walk them down to school gate. Dan, the lollipop man will be on Mount Prospect Avenue to assist children to cross the road.

At Pickup Times: We ask parents to walk down Seafield Avenue/Seapark Road and come in as usual to collect their children. Parent volunteers will stand with Dan to help unaccompanied children.

Dublin City Council have acknowledged that they failed to inform the school of the roadworks as per usual practice. Should you have any concerns or feedback re the above please feel free to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Cathy Atkin – Principal

Aidan O’Shea – Deputy Principal

Kate Robbins – Board of Management

Jane Sevastopulo – PA Committee

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