Mr Sweeney's room has been busy celebrating Cavan's Ulster Championship success on Sunday 22nd November 2020. See classroom news for photos. Mr McGowan's room watched the match again and wrote up their match reports. Report writing can be very enjoyable. See Gallery section for photos of our "Blue Friday" - we all wore our Cavan colours.....
Welcome to our school website. We hope you find our website both interesting and informative, as it gives an insight into life in our school. Through our website we hope to keep you regularly updated with our latest news and upcoming events.
St. Mogue’s National School (Scoil Náisiúnta Naomh Maodhóg) is a co-educational Roman Catholic school under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Kilmore. There are three mainstream class teachers, and two special education teachers. We currently have 65 children on our roll book.
CHILD SAFEGUARDING REVIEW
The Board of Management wishes to inform you that the annual review of the school's "Child Safeguarding Statement" was completed at the Board Meeting held on the 27th July 2020.
This review was conducted in accordance with the "Checklist for Review of the Child Safeguarding Statement" published on the Departments' website www.education.ie
Our Child Safeguarding Statement can be found under our "About Us" / "Policies" tab.
The Designated Liaison Person (DLP) is Brendan McGowan.
The Deputy Designated Liaison Person (DDLP) is Evelyn McManus
LOCKDOWN WORK JANUARY 2021
***FROM JANUARY 18TH 2021 WORK FOR EACH CLASSROOM DURING LOCKDOWN WILL BE OUTLINED IN "STUDENT ZONE SECTION" PAGE UNDER THE TAB "SCHOOL CLOSURE WORK" OR VIA THE SEESAW APP ***
Our Latest News.....
Thanks to Mrs McManus for the fabulous yoga classes. We got lovely new yoga mats and they are cleaned after each use. The senior room will be doing yoga in the new year. See gallery section for some photos.
See classroom section for photos of our halloween art - Making Masks
Check out the classroom news section for lots of photos of all the fun activities we have been doing recently. We also have a short video of our Science week experiment.
Watch out for photos shortly of our new sensory garden beside Mrs. Mills room. Thanks to Mrs Mills (& Joey!!) and all her sponsors for their work and support is creating this beautiful space. Photo's can be seen in the "Classroom Section" - Mrs Mills.
Please see "Classroom News" section - Mrs McManus' room for lovely pictures of our apple crumble session to visitors to the school - dead and alive!....
Now even more photos to see from Halloween fun to a tasty heating and cooling experiment.....
We had a really interesting visit from Benny - a Marine Biologist in December. He told us all about marine life around the coast of Ireland and explained how to help prevent pollution our waterways. See gallery section for pictures from the day.
School self-evaluation is now an on-going process for all schools and provides an opportunity to us to look at an aspect or aspects of our teaching and learning in our school. In previous years we have adapted the ‘Building Bridges of Comprehension’ as part of our Literacy Programme and we addressed problem-solving as an area that we were concerned about in maths.
In 2018/2019, we drew up a school improvement plan for P.E. incorporating the ‘Fundamental Movement Skills Programme’.
Our Schools Inspector visited us towards the end of the last school year and advised us on some strategies going forward.
We have found that our School Improvement Plans for Comprehension (English) and problem solving were very useful but we will be revisiting them this year to see what areas can be improved upon. Our P.E. plan was quite detailed and we will narrow down the targets that we have set and try to reach them all over a 3-year period.
We will also replace/upgrade some of our old school policies in line with new legislation.
Thanks to Dylan in 5th class, who gave us all a 'working with leather' demonstration. Dylan explained how a horse saddle is constructed, showed us how to use various tools in the art of saddlery and gave a practical demonstration of stitching a pattern in leather. Not as easy as we all thought!