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Ratheniska National School

Partnering Children on their Developmental Journey

Policies and Curriculum

The school has a number of policies that form the core of its organisational plan. Copies of all of these policies (listed below) are available on request through the school office.

This is the list of Ratheniska N.S. School Policies:

School Policy on Anti-Bullying, School Policy on Critical Incident, School Policy on Child Protection, School Code of Behaviour, School Policy on R.S.E., School Policy on Substance Use/Misuse, School Policy on Special Needs, School Safety Statement, School Policy on Record Keeping, School Policy on Enrolment, School Policy on Emergency Closings, School Policy on Administration of Medicines, School Policy on Assessment, School Policy on Promotion and Retention of Pupils, School Policy on Fire Drill, School Policy on Students on Teaching Practice, School Policy on Transition Year Work Experience, School Policy on Digital Technology, School Policy on School Trips, School Policy on Before and After School Supervision, School Policy on Uniforms, School Policy on Pupil Injury, School Policy on Parental Complaints Procedure, School Policy on Swimming, School Policy on Yard Supervision, School Policy on Whistleblowing, School Policy on Induction of Infants and Newly Enrolled Pupils, School Policy on Participation in Competitions and Promotions, School Policy on Opening Hours, School Policy on Staff Meetings, School Policy on Homework, School Policy On Attendance,School Policy on Data Protection, School Policy on Parent / Teacher Meetings.

Our Child Safeguarding statement can be viewed here. 

The associated Child Safeguarding Risk Assessment can be viewed here.

 

Our Curriculum Policies

The educational requirements detailed in the Primary School Curriculum provides the basis for our teaching and learning in nine curricular areas:

English

Irish

Maths

SESE – History, Geography, Science

SPHE

Physical Education

Arts Education – Visual Arts, Music, Drama

These areas are supplemented by our Grow in Love and Alive O Religious Education programmes. As part of the school’s plan for learning the school has developed policy documents in each curricular area, copies of which are available on request from the office.