Annual Admissions & Enrolment

Annual Admissions

Applications to enrol new pupils in junior Infants for September 2020 took place on 6th and 7th November 2019 from 9.30am to 12noon.

The deadline for receipt of applications and all associated documentation was the 14th November at 2.30pm

To complete your application you will need:

  • A photocopy of your child’s birth certificate
  • A photocopy of your child’s baptismal certificate if Catholic
  • Two different utility bills dated within the last 6 months as proof of name and address
  • Your child’s PPS number
  • Your postcode

See our Admissions Policy on our School Policies page.

AdmissionsApplication Form for Enrolment

If you would like to enrol your child in our school, please fill in the enrolment form and return it to us. Enrolment forms are available from the school or you download the form below:

Starting School

Enrolment

Enrolment for Junior Infant pupils takes place in the October/November of the school year before the child is due to start.

New parents/guardians moving into our school area should contact the school if they require placement for children in other classes.

Our Handbook for Parents will give you important information about our school.

You can download the application form above and return it to the school.

Before your Child Starts

You should ensure that your child is as independent as possible – physically, emotionally and socially. If pupils can look after these areas they will feel secure and confident and settle in readily. It would help greatly if your child is able to:

  • Button and unbutton a coat and hang it up.
  • Use the toilet without help and manage pants buttons.
  • Manage the schoolbag, lunchbox and drinks beaker
  • Also encourage personal hygiene and cleanliness. Your child should be able to flush the toilet and wash hands independently.
  • Use a tissue when necessary.
  • Share toys and playthings with others and ‘take turns’.
  • Tidy up and put away playthings.
  • Remain contentedly for a few hours in the home of a relation, friend or neighbour. If children have this experience, then separation from parents when they start school will not cause any great anxiety.
  • Wear ‘Velcro’ shoes, Junior Infants cannot manage laces.

Tips for Parents for Starting School

You can download helpful tips for parents with a child starting school here: https://www.into.ie/app/uploads/2019/09/2019_TipsParents_ENG.pdf