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Presentation Primary School is a primary school providing primary education to pupils from Junior Infants to Sixth Class.
In accordance with section 11 of the Children First Act 2015 and with the requirement of Chapter 8 of the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools 2017, the following is the Written Risk Assessment of Presentation Primary School. Read More
This policy was formulated by the staff of Presentation Primary School in consultation with Parents/Guardians and the Board of Management. Read More
Special Classes For Children With Developmental Language Disordeer (DLD) – Waterford /South Kilkenny
Children who have been diagnosed with a specific speech and/or language disorder are eligible to be considered for enrolment for the special language classes, set up in mainstream primary schools by the Department of Education and Skills and the Department of Health and Children. Read More
Children First National Guidance 2017 outlines that bullying can be defined as repeated aggression – whether it be verbal, psychological or physical – that is conducted by an individual or group against others. Read More
Statement of Strategy for School Attendance
Changing social habits and patterns necessitated the updating of the schools attendance policy. The redrafting was a collaborative school process involving staff and Board of Management, following initial drafting by a representative group.
Administration Of Medication Policy
This policy is formulated in accordance with guidelines issued by the (Primary Schools’ Managerial Bodies) and the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation.
Presentation Primary School aims to provide a happy, secure, friendly, learning environment, where children, parents, teachers, special needs assistants, ancillary staff and Board of Management work in partnership. Each individual is valued, encouraged and respected for their uniqueness and facilitated to reach their full potential in a positive atmosphere.
This policy was prepared in accordance with Guidelines issued by the National Educational Welfare Board in May 2009. This policy was reviewed and updated in 2010, 2014 and 2019. Read More