What Makes Scoil Aireagail Special
A strong, caring approach to student care and discipline create the conditions for a positive environment for teaching and learning.
Sense of Community
The strong sense of community in the school promotes a strong sense of identity with the school, enriching the school experience.
Student achievement across all aspects of school life, academic and extra-curricular, is celebrated and acknowledged at whole school assemblies and awards ceremonies.
High expectations for the students ensure that they consistently reach their academic potential obtaining excellent results in their Junior and Leaving Certificates.
We at Scoil Aireagail recognize that a strong relationship between home and school is crucial to the success of each student. We operate an “open door” policy where meetings are arranged on request with the Principal, Deputy Principal, Career Guidance Counsellor, Year Head, Class Tutor, Subject Teachers.
The school journal is a valuable means of communication between the school and the home.
Information Evenings and Parent Teacher Meetings
Parents/Guardians are invited to attend a number of information meetings during the course of each academic year. Parent Teacher Meetings are held for each year group annually.
The quarterly newsletter seeks to keep parents and the wider community informed of school life.
Our school website firstname.lastname@example.org is regularly updated and contains the most up to date information on the school and school related activities.
School events and student achievements are posted regularly on the school’s Instagram page; scoil_aireagail
SMS Text Messaging System
Parents/Guardians are informed of upcoming school events and changes to schedule through our web-text system. Parents are asked to ensure that the school office has the most up to date mobile number to ensure that they receive the texts.
The Parents’ Association is the parents’ representative association and offers a forum for parents’ views to be heard and for parents to make a contribution to the school on a number of different levels, from policy formulation to fundraising.
Scoil Aireagail is committed to the educational welfare of its entire community. This includes staff, students, parents and the wider population we serve.
We will respect and support the needs of staff and so enable them to carry out their duties efficiently and effectively.
We will provide a holistic education in which each student is valued and their individual needs are recognised and catered for.
We will provide a structured, caring environment enabling each student to reach their full potential and enter society as a responsible adult.
This mission statement has been agreed by the staff, parents and Board of Management, the values driving the very existence of the school.
Scoil Aireagail is aware of and intends to discharge its statutory obligations as a recognised school, particularly those set out in section 9 of the Educational Act 1998.