Principal: Mrs. Majella Clarke Deputy Principal: Mrs. Lisa Kirby
Teachers: Ms. Majella Clarke, Mr. Barry Gilbourne, Ms. Roisin Anglim, Mrs. Lisa Kirby, Ms. Lucy Butler, Mrs. Eilish Thornton (shared Learning Support Teacher)
Special Needs Assistants: Louise Doherty, Claire Whelan and Mary Daly
Secretary: Claire Whelan
Office Times: If a Parent/Guardian needs to contact the school to arrange an appointment with Class Teachers/Principal, or to inform teachers of appointments/changes to collection arrangements, please do so during the administrative hours of 8.15-8.40 and 14.40-15.30 Monday-Friday.
Useful Information for Parents of New Infants
We would like to welcome new Junior Infants and parents alike to Martinstown NS! September is an important month and your child is adjusting to their new routines and surroundings. We have put together some tips and information for you to ensure your child settles in as smoothly as possible.
Resources for Parents
Parenting is a very rewarding job but one which can be difficult at times, especially when parents are faced with challenging situations. Below are details of a range of resources to support parents from information booklets to parenting courses for those difficult times.
Parenting Positively – Children 6 to 12 years
Parenting Positively is a series of booklets focused on supporting parents of children aged six to twelve years old. it aims to help parents better understand and support their children’s development, they also deal with some of the more complex life issues facing parents. They cover themes such as death, separation, domestic abuse, bullying, drug and alcohol abuse. There are booklets for parents to read themselves and there are illustrated booklets for children, written in a child-friendly language, which parents can read with their children to help them through difficult times.
The goal of the series is to provide information and guidance to parents to help create positive, loving and supportive relationships between them and their children and also help parents to be better equipped to deal with some tough situations by offering tools and support. (source: TUSLA)
Booklets for Parents
These booklets outline how children may understand a particular issue and how you can support them through a difficult time. The first booklet focuses on Parenting Skills.
- Parenting Skills (For Parents)
- Coping with Bullying (For Parents)
- Coping with Death (For Parents)
- Coping with Domestic Abuse (For Parents)
- Coping with Separation (For Parents)
- Parents Drug or Alcohol use (For Parents)
Booklets for Parents to read with their children
These booklets may help your child to better understand what is happening and help you as a parent to answer any questions he or she might have.
- Coping with Bullying (For Children)
- Coping with Death (For Children)
- Coping with Domestic Abuse (For Children)
- Coping with Separation (For Children)
- Coping with a Parents Drug Abuse (For Children)
Curriculum Evaluation Report
Please click on the link below to view the Curriculum Evaluation Report for Maths.