Back to School Letter March 11, 2021
Child Safeguarding Review 2021
Back to school letter March 1, 2021
Return to Education Form.
This form must be filled after every absence.
If your child is sent home from school with "minor symptoms , no fever equal to or greater than 38 degrees C, no cough, no shortness of breath, no ill household contacts or history of travel, please keep your child at home for a period of 48 hours to observe emerging condition." This is the current public health advice from The HPSC and is subject to change.
For the safety of all, please contact the office by phone or email to advise of your child's return to school. Thank you .
Admissions for September 2021
Back to School Information Video
Information on returning to school for all classes is available here.
St. Columba's is Now a Co-Ed School and will be fully Co -Ed by September 2028
Accessing Resources Online
CJ Fallon eBook Reader:
Click on which device you want to download and install myCJFallonReader app.
CJ Fallon website:
Go to https://my.cjfallon.ie/dashboard/student-resources for listening activities, tutorials and photographs.
Go to www.edcolearning.ie and log in with:
Username: primaryedcobooks Password: edco2020
Go to www.folensonline.ie and click register
Fill in username, email and password
For Roll Number use this code: Prim20
Talking to Children and Young People about Covid-19
St Columba's N.S.
St.Columba's National School opened its doors in October 1925.
Since September 2020 we are enrolling boys in our Junior Infant classes. This means that by September 2028, our school will be a fully vetical Co-Ed. school.
Currently we have approximately 400 pupils on roll.
We have a Principal, fifteen classroom teachers, three Learning Support/Resource teachers and six Special Needs Assistants.
The Chairperson of our Board of Management is Mr. Frank O Connell.
Our ancillary staff includes: the school Secretary, Aisling; the school Caretaker, Peter; and the school Lollipop person.
We offer a variety of after-school activities. These can vary but usually include ballet, drama, Irish dancing, gymnastics and choir.
If you would like to find out more about our school, do not hesitate to contact us.
Saint Columba’s National School is a Catholic primary school which strives to provide a caring, happy and secure atmosphere where the intellectual, spiritual, physical, moral and cultural needs of the pupils are addressed. Parents and teachers are partners in the children’s education. We recognise that co-operation and communication between home and school and the wider school community are vital ingredients in the educational process. We all share the same aim – the well-being of the children in our care.
St Columba's School, Iona Road, was established so students from all backgrounds would have a formal education that could transform their lives and positively contribute to society. Since then, we have held true to that vision because of the generosity of countless community members and businesses who share this view. Get in touch to learn more about how to support us.