Welcome to St Columbanus NS
RE: Drop-off and Collection Routines
The BoM and the School Leadership Team have been working to ensure a safe return to school for all pupils and staff on the 27th August. We have now finalised our plans for drop-off and collection of the children every day.
St. Columbanus N.S. appreciates your support as we try to safely reopen the school building.
It is imperative that adults do not come within 2m of each other
- parents do not try to have meetings with members of staff in the playground at drop-off and collection times
- all parents adhere to the drop-off and collection plans as outlined below
Third, fourth, fifth and sixth classes will begin school at 8.55am
Senior Infants, First and second classes will begin at 9.05am
On the 27th and 28th of August Junior Infants will begin at 9.15am
From 31st August on, Junior Infants will begin at 9am
Third, fourth, fifth and sixth classes will finish school at 2.30pm
Senior Infants will finish school at 1.35pm
First class will finish at 2.30pm and second classes will finish at 2.35pm
From the 27th August until the 11th September Junior Infants will finish at 12pm
From 14th September Junior Infants will begin at 9am and finish at 1.35pm
Once again, we are delighted to announce that each child will be provided with a food box to assist you at this difficult time. This weeks food boxes will be delivered to the school on Tuesday morning (14th April) and must be collected by an adult. There is one food box per child available.
Please come alone to collect the food pack between 11am and 12am on Tuesday morning. If you cannot collect it personally please send another adult in your place.
Please note: There are no children allowed on school premises at this time.
St. Columbanus N.S
Co Dublin, A96 X0D1
Bus 111 (from Dún Laoghaire).
Bus 7 (Dublin City Centre), 145, 45, 84, 84x
School Hours: 08:55 – 14:35
Luas Station: Cherrywood
Dart Station: Killiney
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We aim to provide a safe, appropriate and happy learning environment for each of our pupils and staff members. We also aim to build positive relationships between pupils, parents and staff through the development of a teamwork approach to acceptable Christian behaviour.
We have fostered many community links, both locally and further afield. We have visiting ‘buddies’ for science, reading and maths from local businesses.
We have close links with St. Vincent de Paul, Peter McVerry Trust, Trocaire and Laura Lynn Foundation, where we have fundraising events, in school, for these charitable causes.
We have taken part in the Peace Proms cross boarder links concert.
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Interested Parents may visit the school by appointment. Please see below for the Enrolment Form for print or download. Our postal address is printed on the form. Feel free to drop into the office with the completed form..