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St Louis High School is a post-primary school providing post-primary education to pupils (girls) from First Year to Leaving Certificate Year.

In accordance with the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary School 2017 and Tusla Guidance on the preparation of Child Safeguarding Statements, the Board of Management of St Louis High School has agreed the Child Safeguarding Statement set out in this document. Please click here for the Child Safeguarding Statement.

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TY Information - 23rd September

  • 23rd Sep 2019 10:23 am
1. Work Experience: The week where Transition Year students begin their Work Experience placements has finally arrived. The TY Team would like to wish everyone a positive and engaging Session 1. Discovering whether this is or is not the career for you is not the primary objective. Being out in the world of work, meeting new people and gaining confidence are all part of what makes it a valuable and worthwhile experience. There are one or two little things to remember on the day: *Bring your Work experience Log and get it signed before the end of the day by your employer. This will then need to be signed by the school on the Thursday morning assembly each week. *Ask your employer about their Safety Statement before you begin any work. *And of course 'Manners Matter' ! 2. Criminal Courts Preparation: Each class will do a workshop in preparation for their trip to the Criminal Courts. This week Class 4L will have theirs on Tuesday 24th from 9.20 - 10.40 am. Please go directly to the canteen after period 1. 3. Glasnevin Tour Guiding: The initial trips to Glasnevin Cemetery for the Tour Guiding training continue this week with Class 4U gone today Monday 23rd and Class 4L going on Friday 27th. Students leave the school at 9.20 am and may make their own way home when their training is over. Bus fare is required and students should bring their own lunch. 4. Code Plus: The 8 girls selected to go to Trinity College next week for the Coding Programme - Code Plus are asked to meet Ms Farragher immediately after registration tomorrow Tuesday 24th, outside the staff room. Details and consent forms will be given out and any questions answered.
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TY Forensics Day

  • 17th Sep 2019 1:20 pm
Just a short reminder to the eight girls who kindly volunteered to help set up the Forensics Day tomorrow Wednesday 18th that they are to be in school for 8.00 am. Please meet Ms Rodgers at the Hall.
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TY- Change of Deadline

  • 6th Sep 2019 8:01 am
The deadline for applications for the 'Code Plus' coding workshops in Trinity College has been extended to Tuesday 10th September at 1.00 pm. Please hand completed applications, with your name and class clearly marked, to Ms Rodgers.
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TY Information - September 5th 2019

  • 5th Sep 2019 1:22 pm
Very well done to all TY who have engaged so positively in both their Induction Day and on their Retreat since coming back to school. It will be another busy week next week and here are the details. If there are any questions please ask Ms Rodgers. 1. NCBI: Tomorrow, Friday 6th September there will be a talk on the work of the National Council for the Blind for ALL TYs at 9.20 am in the Hall. It will be over at 10.00 am and class will resume as usual. 2. PAL: All TY will be participating in the Public Access to Law course next Wednesday 11th September. The workshop will begin at 8.30 am in the Hall. In preparation for this day all TY will be give a Sample Court Case on Monday morning which is required reading before the Wednesday! Students will be school based all day and should wear the full school uniform. 3. Glasnevin Tour Guiding:The Glasnevin Tour Guiding Project 2019 - 2020 begins next week in earnest with Class 4i making its initial visit to Glasnevin Cemetery on Friday 13th September - Students will leave the school in full uniform at 9.20 am and will be allowed to make their own way home from Glasnevin at the end of the day. Bus money required. (They will have enough time to be back at the school for any extra curricular activities such as sports and musical rehearsals) Students should bring their own lunch.
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Dropping off and collecting students

  • 2nd Sep 2019 12:20 pm
Please be advised that parents/guardians are requested NOT to drive into the school car park to drop off or collect students due safety concerns. The roads approaching the school are narrow and cannot cope with the congestion as experienced last week. Can we respectfully suggest that you arrange a drop off/meeting point with your daughter on approach roads and encourage your daughters to walk the short distance to school. Please do not park on double yellow lines on Charleville rd, block the entrance to the Convent or park in the Wynnefield APARTMENT complex. (Private grounds). We look forward to your cooperation with this matter in the interest of safety for all. Go raibh maith agat.

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