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  • Ovens National School - School Tours 2016
    st class Mardyke Friday 10 th June 2 nd Class Leahy s Farm Thursday 9 th June 3 rd Class Lets Go Trabeg Thursday 16 th June 4 th Class The Glen Resource Centre Tuesday 14 th June 5 th

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  • Ovens National School - Calendar 15-16
    Mon 7th Dec Christmas Holidays Wed 23rd Dec children will finish on the 22nd back to school Thurs 7th Jan Term 2 F e b Break Thur 18th Fri 19th St Patricks Day Easter Holidays Close on Wed 16th March

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  • Ovens National School - Calendar 16-17
    Mon 31 st Oct Fri 4 th Nov incl Day off Mon 5 th Dec Christmas Holidays School will close on Thursday 22 nd December and re open on Monday 9 th January Term 2 F e b Break Thur 23 rd Fri 24 th St Patricks Day Friday 17 th March Easter Holidays School will close on Friday 7 th April and re open Monday 24 th April Term

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  • Ovens National School - School self evaluation
    com Manga High is a fantastic Maths website that our school has registered with for the year It allows all the children play fun Maths games and compete in challenges www funbrain com This website has games and activities based on Maths and Reading It caters for children of all ages It includes puzzles matching games word games and much more www funbrainjr com A website aimed at younger children but can entertain all ages It includes early learning activities and a lovely section with free printable colouring pages www fun4thebrain com This site includes addition subtraction multiplication and division questions It also has activities based on reading and English grammar games ie ixl com IXL is a Maths website that proves quite popular with children of all ages A free daily limit of 20 questions is allowed without logging in A membership fee is required to continue after 20 questions www starfall com This is a website for younger children learning to read It contains learning activities based on letters and phonics www askaboutireland ie This is a great site that has many pages of fun information about the History and Geography of Ireland www primaryscience ie This site has information on many areas of Science and it is directly related to the Science curriculum www weatherwizkids com A site all about weather just for children S S E was launched at the end of 2012 but Ovens N S in common with many other schools has been self evaluating for a long time in an unofficial capacity However since the 2012 13 school year we have been working on S S E on a more formal basis as per Department of Education circulars Our school inspectors introduced us to S S E as well during our Whole School Evaluation in April 2013 and expressed satisfaction with the school s work thus far When Self evaluating our school follows the following process i An aspect of practice is chosen ii this is discussed in a school context iii We discuss our findings ii and iii are either done in a large group or a number of sub groups first before joining together iv we summarise the strengths of what we re doing and plan to continue this with improvements where necessary v We summarise areas needing improvement and try to work on these Teachers are encouraged to reflect on their plans and work both individually and in a whole school situation We look at areas such as assessment of records team teaching and group planning We check our children s attainment levels individually and as a whole school with Drumcondra tests mainly We implement changes made on a whole school basis Examples of changes we ve made through self evaluation using the above method can be found in our school plans and policies as well as throughout the school Some examples are as follows a Assessment of pupils using Drumcondra includes children from 2 nd 4 th and 6

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  • Egg Free Zone
    coleslaw etc be omitted from your children s lunch boxes Thank you in advance for your co operation Due to a request from the Parents Association we wish to update you on the school s Egg Free status The above notice was posted on our blog on the 17 th September Most of the information therein still stands However the child with this egg allergy was recently tested by a paediatrician and passed her challenge with cakes that had well cooked egg in them This means that other children may bring plain home baked scones queen cakes buns etc to school if they wish from now on However raw eggs mayonnaise coleslaw hard boiled eggs scrambled or fried eggs are too dangerous to the health of the child in question to be brought in There was also a query on why we had to have an egg free zone for the whole school which includes staff and the reason is that if the child has contact with for example mayonnaise on her skin she may have a severe reaction and could be fatal As we aim to keep all the children of Ovens N S as safe and healthy as

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  • Ovens National School - Booklists 15-16
    get your child s book list please click on the relevant link below then click open Junior Infants Book List 3rd Class Book List Senior Infants Book List 4th Class Book List 1st Class Book List 5th Class Book List

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  • Ovens National School - WSE Reports
    by the Department of Education Inspectorate Ovens National School had a WSE in 2013 To read the report the Inspectors wrote click on the link below WSE REPORT 2013 The Inspectorate give a number of recommendations on where the school can improve best practice in every report They then return some time later for a Follow Through Inspection to see how the recommendations have been implemented They returned to Ovens

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  • Ovens National School - Book Rental Scheme
    a particular class all books are not bought through the scheme e g Maths English and Irish books for 30 sixth class children costs the school about 1 500 to buy These books are then rented out to pupils each year at a much lower price than would be the case if the parents had to buy them new or second hand The school over time recoups their outlay and the parents save money on their book bill each year However as we are moving from having one class in each year to two classes per year the school is having to spend more of its money each year buying these books Books also get torn worn or out of date and so have to be replaced as well which means that the outlay from the schools finances is constant This scheme only works when supported by all parents and we thank you for that support See below for examples of how the scheme saves you money Sixth class Parents pay 40 and pupils get 15 text books and three novels for that These would cost 120 approx Saving to parents 80 Fourth class Parents pay 35 and pupils get

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