Please find Mock timetables at the following link
19th of January 2023
Correspondence from the HSE RE: NEW Flu Vaccine Walk-in Clinics for Children Aged 2-17 can be accessed here
along with the schedule for delivery here
6th January 2023
Correspondence from the HSE can be accessed here
Please find a Christmas letter from our principal to our school community with links to support services included here
Please see below the for links to support you with the choices for next year i.e CAO etc, register for CAO over the holidays, and encourage your son/daughter to continue to research all options.
The Department of Education has commenced a review of the legislation that provides for education for children and young persons with special educational needs and wants to hear from parents and young people.
The link is here.
Studyclix support video can be accessed here
The Christmas Assessment Schedule can be accessed here
19th October Information from the Data Commissioner regarding Data Protection
The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has published three short guides for children on data protection and their rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The purpose of these guides is to explain in language that children can easily understand what data protection is and why it’s important, what data protection rights are and how to use them, and to give children practical advice on keeping their personal data safe in the digital environment. These guides are intended mainly for children aged 13 and over.
The protection of children’s personal data is an important priority for the DPC, and is one of the five core goals of our 2022-2027 Regulatory Strategy published at the end of last year. We have also recently published the final version of our “Fundamentals” guidance on children’s data protection rights for organisations that collect children’s personal data.
Protecting children’s personal data also means giving children the knowledge and tools they need to stay safe when they go online. The DPC is keenly aware of the constructive role that schools such as yours can play in this regard in engaging children in debates and discussions on online privacy. In 2019, we organised a public consultation on children’s data protection rights, as part of which we contacted every school in Ireland and invited them to get involved. We are very grateful to all schools and children that took part.
English and Irish language versions of our guides can be found on our website by clicking on the following links and I have included more information on each of the guides below:
- https://www.dataprotection.ie/ga/dpc-guidance/cearta-cosanta-sonra%C3%AD-leana%C3%AD (In Irish)
Data protection – what’s it all about?
This guide introduces children and young people to the idea of personal data and data protection, and why it’s important for them to know about it.
My data protection rights
Each of these short guides introduces children to a different data protection right and how to use it. These guides can be read together or separately.
Top tips for keeping your data safe online
This guide has fifteen useful tips to help children – and indeed everyone – keep their personal data safe when they go online.
The DPC hopes that these guides will not only help children keep their data safe, but will also be useful to parents, educators, and anyone interested in children’s safety and wellbeing online.
If you have any questions about these guides or the activities of the DPC in this area, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This has been a difficult period for us all. The support from staff, parents, and the wider community has helped to carry us all through this challenging time. In particular, we would like to acknowledge our students who have displayed great dignity, respect, and resilience throughout the week.
Over the course of the coming weekend, we are encouraging you to talk to your child about healthy ways to cope, using some of the resources provided and encouraging them to avoid large gatherings in unsupervised settings. The structure and routine of returning to extracurricular activities and engaging with family and close friends can also help children regain a sense of normality.
HSE community supports remain available for both adults and young people. If you or your child needs to talk to someone, please call the HSE support line on 087 1405138. You can also call into the Creeslough Health Centre this Saturday, Sunday, or Monday from 9-5 pm.
We will get through our loss and grief by continuing to support each other.
As we prepare to bid our final farewell to those we have lost from our school community, please find details here
9th of October 2022
please find some documentation below from NEPS psychologists which may assist you in the coming days
8th October 2022
Following the recent tragic events, our thoughts and prayers are very much with all of those impacted and with the wider community. We will continue to support each other over the coming days and will communicate accordingly. Please find some supporting information here
26th August Letter to parents can be accessed here
DEIS parents survey can be accessed here
2nd year Parent-Teacher meeting ID links document can be accessed here
Screencast on how to access the 2nd year parent-teacher meeting 3rd Febuary 4 -6:30 pm here
5th year Parent-Teacher meeting ID links document can be accessed here
Screencast on how to access the 5th year parent-teacher meeting 11th January 4 -6:30 pm here
3rd year Parent-Teacher meeting ID links document can be accessed here
Screencast on how to access the 3rd year parent-teacher meeting 7th December 4 -6:30 pm here
Please find the Christmas exams timetable here
Parent-Teacher meeting ID links document can be accessed here
Screencast on how to access 6th, LCA 2, and Transition year parent-teacher meeting 24th November 4 -6:30 pm here
15th November STAND UP AWARENESS WEEK
please see link to our Stand Up Week page here
Green schools committee for Year 2021/2022 for Junior students running every Monday
2nd Year CBA dates can be accessed here
20th October: Screencast on how to access 1st-year parent-teacher meeting here
14th October: Letter from the Chairperson of the parents association for expressions of interest can be accessed here
12th October: Instructions for 1st-year parents for the upcoming remote parent-teacher meeting on Thursday 21st can be accessed here
20th September 3rd Year CBA dates can be accessed here
3rd Year End of Year Assessments timetable can be accessed here
Non Exam years End of Year Assessments timetable can be accessed here
End of Year Assessment and Reporting Summer 2021 Tasks for all year groups can be accessed here
Mulroy College Return to Educational Facility Parental Declaration Form
2021 LC & Accredited Grades Short Info for Students and Parents can be accessed here
CSSP Before You Start Guide 2021 can be accessed here
Letter from Deputy Chief Medical Officer to schools 26/02/21 can be accessed here
Mulroy College Return to Educational Facility Parental Declaration Form can be accessed here
Mulroy College Covid Response Plan 24/2/2021 access here
Please see the letter from Minister Foley to Parents (12th Jan 2021) here
DARE and HEAR Application Information can be accessed here
CAO is open, please encourage your son /daughter to apply for entry to 3rd level courses
Christmas Exams Schedule can be accessed here
The Admission and Enrolment section of the website can be accessed here.
You will find the application form and other relevant materials in this section
Coronavirus / Covid-19
Information and guidance issued to schools regarding Covid
A guide for parents to login to VS Ware can be accessed here