Our Junior infants are working so hard on Seesaw – this week they were making Vampire pictures and making monster faces! They’re learning so quickly (and have pulled very scary faces!)
On Friday we held a Zoom assembly and a socially distanced getogether in the school yard to say farewell to Mr. Frank Concannon as he retired after long years of service to St. Joseph´s. Having started here as a class teacher in 1984, Mr. Concannon has in recent years been part of the special education team. Present and past pupils will remember him as the “medals man” on sports evenings, for organising the football league in the VEC grounds and for his successful “Green teams” which raised awarness of environmental issues and achieved seven Green Flags for St. Joseph´s over the last 20 years. He will be missed by all of us and we wish him a long and happy retirement.
New requirements apply to the enrolment of pupils for the 2021/2022 and subsequent school years.
Applications for Junior Infants 2021 need to be submitted within the dates listed below. If an application was already sent in, you will need to resubmit a new application during the timeframe below.
Our application form for Junior Infants September 2021 will be available from the 2nd of October, 2020.
The new Admission Policy is available here: link here
St Joseph’s BNS
ANNUAL ADMISSION NOTICE
in respect of admissions to the 2021/2022 school year
Admission Policy and Application Form
A copy of the school’s Admission Policy and the Application Form for Admission for 2021/2022 is available as follows:
To download from here
On request: By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to:
St Joseph’s BNS
Terenure Rd East
PART 1 – Admissions to the 2021/2022 school year
Application and Decision Dates for admission to 2021/2022 school year:
The following are the dates applicable for admission to Junior Infants
|The school will commence accepting applications for admission on
|The school shall cease accepting applications for admission on
|The date by which applicants will be notified of the decision on their application is
|The period within which applicants must confirm acceptance of an offer of admission is||December
*Failure to accept an offer within the prescribed period above may result in the offer being withdrawn
Note: the school will consider and issue decisions on late applications in accordance with the school’s admission policy.
Number of places being made available in 2021/2022
|The number of places being made available in junior infants is||54|
St Joseph’s BNS had made one offer of school placement for September 2021 which had been accepted prior to the commencement of Section 62 of the Education (Admission to Schools) 2018 on 1 February 2020. The number of those places offered and accepted for junior infants 2021 is: 1
As part of the HSE Covid-19 guidelines parents are required to complete a Return to school declaration form to confirm that their child is safe to return to school.
With the commencement of further sections of the Education (Admission to Schools) Act 2018 – new Admission to school requirements apply to the enrolment of pupils for the 2021/2022 and subsequent school years. The school will publish its new Admission Policy approved by the Patron and its Annual Admission Notice on the 21st September, 2020. This notice will state when the school will commence accepting applications and cease accepting applications. The notice will also give the date by which applicants will be notified of the decision and the period in which they must confirm acceptance of admission. Our application form for Junior Infants September 2021 will be available on our website from the 2nd of October, 2020.
In accordance with the ‘Return to Work Safety Protocol’ issued by the Government, all employers are required to prepare a Covid-19 Response Plan. This applies to all BoMs of Primary schools. This version was published by the DES on the 27th July, 2020 and is a live document. It was last updated on the 18th August, 2020. It is to be used as is by all schools. All members of the school community should be made aware of where to read it. School staff are obliged to read it as part of their preparation for returning to work in the school building. CovidResponsePlanDES