Teachers in the senior end of the school recently took part in 2 days training in the “Friends for Life” programme. This is an evidence-based intervention programme for children that teaches cognitive behavioural skills and behavioural skills to reduce anxiety and promote emotional resilience. The World Health Organisation cites “Friends for Life” as the only evidence based programme for anxiety in children that is effective at all levels of intervention. 4th, 5th and 6th Classes are currently having lessons on this programme as part of our SPHE curriculum.
We are delighted to announce that we have started coding classes in the Meelick school for the first time. Classes […]
A reminder to parents that our school will be closed on Wednesday 10th January 2018 as staff will be attending […]
Once again the children and parents came up trumps and the school collected over 60 shoe boxes for the Christmas […]
Our school will be closing on Wednesday 28th June for the Summer Holidays and we wish parents and pupils alike […]