RT @GcctyN Our TY class of 2022 2023 enjoyed their team building day in Dunmore East last Monday. Thanks to all of the teachers who travelled with the TY’s and also to the team in Dunmore East for such a great day. @GCC_NewRosspic.twitter.com/MCxpb41BSI
RT @GcctyN Well done to all of our TY’s who completed the first section of their core training module today. Michael Muldowney as always delivered a very enjoyable and useful module for our TY’s. @GCC_NewRosspic.twitter.com/gJSyg9cJaP
It was the turn of Class 1A & 1C to have their Induction Day in JFK Arboretum earlier. Well done to each of the boys and thank you to their wonderful 6th year UNITAS Leaders. #superbluespic.twitter.com/25yGUr60DA
The DES had intended to issue updated guidance to schools on various matters relating to curricular and extra-curricular activities to reflect a more general reopening of society. The recent increase in Covid cases and the concern this has engendered has meant that this has not occurred and as suchthere is no change at present to previous advice DES that has issued on a range of matters, including staff and parent-teacher meetings.
The impact of the upsurge in Covid cases is still being assessed, and we will continue to seek further information from the Department of Education on a range of issues that are of relevance to schools.
Unfortunately, the only clarity received at present is:
All school related transport can return to 100% capacity with appropriate measures in place.
Extra-curricular activity can be organised in accordance with the guidelines issued by the relevant sporting authority.
Our upcoming 3rd Year and 6th Year Parent Teacher Meetings cannot go ahead face-to-face. Teachers will prepare a detailed school report in its place.