The Board of Management of Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire would like to inform parents that applications for enrolment of boys and girls to our Junior Infants’ classes will be accepted from 17th October 2022 to 1st February 2023.
We had one of our biggest enrolments ever in September ’22 and are proud to say that we have two classes of Junior Infants, with 22 pupils in each class. We have 11 boys and 33 girls in Junior Infants, a very positive start to co-education in our school.
We encourage you to spread the news about our enrolment period and we also encourage any parent who is undecided about enrolment to get in contact as soon as possible and we can advise you. You are also welcome to call and we’ll be happy to show you around our school and to visit our Infants’ classes.
Please click on the link to the Application Form below. Please complete this form and post or email it to the school together with a copy of your child’s birth certificate. Alternatively, you can email email@example.com for a copy and we will post the form to you. Applications should be returned as soon as possible but no later than 1st February 2023.
You will receive a response from the school by 15th February 2023 notifying you whether your child has been offered a place. If your child is offered a place, you will be required to return all required documentation to secure that offer on or before 8th March 2023.
If you require any further information you are very welcome to contact the Principal, Mrs Sweeney, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see our Admission Notice and Admission Policy for details of the important dates regarding enrolment for Junior Infants for the school year 2023/2024.
- Admissions Application Form 2023/2024 – Junior Infants(Word version)
- Admissions Application Form 2023/2024 – Junior Infants (PDF version)
- Admissions Application Form 2023/2024 – Senior Infants(Word version)
- Admissions Application Form 2023/2024 – Senior Infants (PDF version)
- Admission Notice
- Admission Policy
Co-education has proved to be extremely popular as we had a very large intake of boys and girls to our Junior Infants’ classes this year. We have two classes of Junior Infants, with 22 pupils in each class. We enrolled 33 girls and 11 boys, and it’s such a joy to see all the children learning and playing together so happily. We expect to offer two small Junior Infants classes again in September 2023.
We are very proud of the atmosphere of genuine care, respect and joy that is all around our school and we can assure you that your child will be nurtured academically, emotionally and creatively to reach his/her full potential over the eight years in our school.
If you have any questions about enrolment, you are very welcome to contact us by phone, by email or by calling to our school and we’ll be happy to show you around our lovely school.
It can also be useful to talk to other parents about their experience working with our school and staff. In fact, we hope that our wonderful pupils can give the best testimonials about our school!!
We are all set to welcome pupils in 3rd to 6th Classes back to school on Monday 15th March.
Please see the attached information (click on the links below).
- Masks must be worn by adults on/near our school grounds. It is our view that the wearing of masks by pupils in 3rd to 6th classes would help to reduce the risk of infection and provide an extra layer of defence against Covid-19. Therefore, your child may wear a mask if you so wish.
- A Back to School Declaration must be completed on the Aladdin App prior to your child’s return to school on Monday – this will be available on the app from 3pm this Sunday.
- Message for the girls in 3rd – 6th Classes: We can’t wait to roll out the red carpet and welcome you all back to school next Monday – the school has been very quiet without you!
Finally, well done to both parents and pupils on surviving school at home and of course a very big thank you to our teachers for all their hard work too.
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We are all set for re-opening on Monday 1st March for classes from Junior Infants to 2nd Class. All going well, the remaining classes will return on Monday 15th March.
Please see the information for parents of Junior Infants to 2nd classes (click on the links below). Online learning will continue for the senior classes for the next fortnight and further information will issue to those parents closer to the return to school date. Please note:
- Masks must be worn by adults on/near our school grounds.
- Infants and the accompanying adult should not enter the school grounds until 9.30-9.35am each day. Other pupils should enter from 9.10-9.25am.
- A Back to School Declaration must be completed on the Aladdin App prior to your child’s return to school on Monday – this will be available on the app from 3pm on 28th February for the relevant classes.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing our junior classes on Monday morning.
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It is my pleasure to welcome you to our school website which I hope gives you the essential school information you seek as well as an insight into the happy, vibrant and productive life of Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire. In our school you will find happy children supported by a team of dedicated and enthusiastic staff. It is with immense pride that I carry out my duties as Principal and I am always extremely grateful for the hard work and support of our parents, pupils, staff, Board of Management and Parents’ Association and the wider community who make Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire the unique and welcoming school that it is. Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire has been serving the town of Ardee since 1956 and our dedicated staff and Board of Management continuously work to build on our excellent reputation and caring ethos. Our website will give you a flavour of the many activities we undertake to develop the intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and emotional well-being of our pupils.
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