Home School Liaison Officer

Triona Murray is the Home School Community Liaison coordinator at Coláiste Nano Nagle and offers support to families attending our school. She is available throughout the school day if you have any concerns about your child. You can meet her in the school, at your home, in the community or talk to her on the phone. As part of her work, she is required to keep a record of the contact she has with families. This is to record, monitor and support the service HSCL provides to families. If you have any questions about this, please contact Triona on 0851573302 or c.murray@presentationlimerick.ie

Christmas Themed Healthy Eating Cookery Demonstration

Chick here for more information.

Author Judi Curtin

Award winning author Judi Curtin will be visiting our school. Click here for more information. 

Less Stress Classes

Parents/Guardians of First and Second Year Students

We would like to invite first and second year parents to an information evening on the New Junior Cycle on Wednesday 15th November from 7pm to 8pm in our school library. For those parents who speak Arabic, the same presentation will be in the school on Monday 20th November at 3pm with a translator. 

If you have any questions you can contact Triona Murray, HSCL, at 0851573302.

Irish Classes for Parents

Autumnal celebration 

First year parents are invited to the school on Tuesday 24th October at 9.30 am to celebrate the students work on the theme of Autumn. Refreshments provided. 

Day Trip for Parents

Let's Walk Club

We are delighted to launch our new 'Let's Walk' club for parents,friends and community members from Sexton Street and St John's Parish schools. The first session is just a quick chat and a cup of tea with our new leader, Liam. He will talk to us about our walking routes and a give us a few tips on nutrition and fitness.
 

Wellbeing

A new subject of wellbeing is being introduced to first year students this year.  Its aim is to enhance students’ mental and physical health within the Junior Cycle. As part of this programme our students are taking a class of S.P.H.E., C.S.P.E., Guidance and two classes of P.E.  Please use the link below so that you can read the guidelines. If you have any questions on this programme please contact Triona at 0851573302.

https://www.juniorcycle.ie/NCCA_JuniorCycle/media/NCCA/Curriculum/Wellbeing/Wellbeing-Guidelines-for-Junior-Cycle.pdf

What is the Transfer Programme?

Limerick Today - The programme helping to ease the primary to secondary school transition

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/the-programme-helping-to-ease-the-primary-to-secondary-school-transition-1.3214080?mode=amp

Knitting/Crochet Group

Hear Application Clinic

23rd November – 4:15pm – 6:30pm

On the evening of the 6th Year Parent / teacher meeting, UL Access office will hold a HEAR application clinic within the school. Students & Parents can enquire about application requirements and supporting documentation needed for HEAR applications. The Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) is a college and university scheme that offers places on reduced points and extra college support to school leavers. Supporting universities / colleges include University of Limerick and Mary Immaculate College. See www.accesscollege.ie

English Classes

SVP Grinds

St. Vincent de Paul grinds are available to all sixth year students. Forms have been given out to students and need to be completed, signed and returned to Triona. Please contact me if you want more details at 085 1573302

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Transfer Programme

First year parents are invited to the Transfer Programme on ‘Adjusting to Post-Primary School’ in our school library on Tuesday 19th September from 10 to 11.30am. The programme will cover the following areas:

  • Aspirations for my Child’s Future
  • Fears and concerns for my child in Post Primary School
  • Post Primary School Structures

Refreshments will be served. We are encouraging as many parents/guardians as possible to attend the induction. This will be an opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding your daughter’s education in this school. This programme will be delivered by parents Leslie Cunningham, Caroline Carmody and Triona Murray (HSCL).

The importance of School Attendance

http://www.tusla.ie/services/educational-welfare-services/information-for-parents-and-guardians/school-attendance-what-every-parent-needs-to-know

Courses for Parents, Guardians and Adult Family members

Facebook

Connect with the Sexton Street HSCLs on their facebook page.