Information for Parents, Primary & Post-Primary
Moving from primary school to secondary school is an exciting time of life! We are currently visiting primary schools in our area delivering our 6th class Transition programme, offering advice and support for the next chapter of their life to secondary school.
Well done to the 5th class girls at Scoil Mhuire Lourdes on completing ‘I am a Rock’ project. During the project girls created their own rocks, completed activities and end result is this display! Colourful and special at the entrance to the school! This project was developed by Tullow SCP with the support of Dr.Continue reading “‘I am a Rock’ project at Scoil Mhuire Lourdes”
Well done to everyone who entered our Safer Internet Day 2021 poster competition this year. We had many incredible entries and it was hard to choose the winners. We received posters from children at Scoil Mhuire Lourdes Tullow, Rathvilly NS and Ballon NS. Our 8 overall winners are: Rose, Lauren, Ava, Aiva, Julia, Chloe, NiamhContinue reading “Safer Internet Day Poster Competition”
Safer Internet Day 2021 is just around the corner on Tuesday, February 9th and Tullow SCP is holding a poster competition in conjunction with local schools on raising awareness about online safety and wellbeing. Safer Internet Day (SID) is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people. EachContinue reading “Safer Internet Day 2021”
Well done to all the girls in 5th class Scoil Mhuire Lourdes. You created beautiful rocks and shared great ideas in ‘I am a Rock’ project workbook during our sessions in the month of December. We look forward to see you again in January to finish the project and make the display for the school.Continue reading “‘I am a Rock’ project in Scoil Mhuire Lourdes”
We are delighted to take part at Sixteen Days of Action Against Domestic Violence community project #tullowweavestarsproject organized by Forward Steps Family Resource Centre in Tullow. To do this we are helping to weave as many stars as we can. The message is that each star symbolises light, hope and solidarity against violence.
Our LGBTI+ awareness Art Competition is back again this year and we are delighted to see first year students at Tullow Community School getting involved and busy creating posters. We can’t wait to see them! A big thank you to our sponsors Hickson’s SuperValu Tullow and Flynns Foodhall Tullow!
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