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Pastoral Care

The Pastoral approach is grounded in the ethos and vision of the founding Sisters of Scoil Pól. Pastoral Care fosters an environment of care and respect. Every role in our school carries a significant pastoral dimension.

  • Each class group enjoys the support and nurturing of a special Pastoral Care teacher, who listens, advises and promotes best practice in leaning and behaviour.
  • The Pastoral Care teacher mediates when problems arise.
  • Students' progress is monitored through detailed Academic Tracking.
  • Parents are kept informed through Parent-Teacher meetings, informal gatherings with parents in the school and regular contact with individual parents as necessary.
  • The transition of First Year from primary to secondary school is facilitated by the designated Cairdeas Team.
  • Kindness, support and encouragement from Pastoral Care teachers help students to reintegrate where a breach of the Code of Behaviour has occurred and a Behaviour Correction Card has been imposed.
  • Special Behaviour Plans promote best behaviour practice. This pre-emptive approach, balancing rewards and sanctions, encourages students to respect themselves and others.
  • Patience, creativity and genuine caring underpin all pastoral engagements in Scoil Pól. A holistic approach is taken to the development of the emerging adult.

Inspection Reports

School Details for Scoil Pól - Click here

Whole School Evaluation: March 2007. Report Click here

Subject Inspections:

English: 23rd March 2007. Report Click here

Home Economics: 22nd March 2007. Report Click here

Gaeilge: 20th March 2007. Report: Leagan Gaeilge / Report in English Click here

Science and Chemistry: 14th March 2006. Report Click here

Technical Graphics and Technical Drawing: 21st March 2007 Report Click here

Facilities

 

 Scoil Pól Classrooms and Facilities:

 

 
  • Bright and spacious classrooms, equipped with broadband connection,
    data protection, data projectors and computers.

  • Science Laboratories
  • Art Room
  • Home Economics Room
 Art1
 Wood1  
  • Technical Graphics/DCG Room
  • Woodwork Room
  • Information Technology Room
  • Library
  • Resource Room

  • Supervised Lunch Room
  • Gym 
  • Sports Field
  • Hard Courts
  • Meeting Room
  • Prayer Room
 PE3

 



Lunch
Students must remain on the school premises during lunch time. Students may bring a packed lunch.

A canteen in the lunch room provides a range of hot and cold foods.

 

HomeEc3 IT Room Science2 Library2

Booklists

Click on the Word Document symbol to download the relevant Booklist for your year

 

2016/2017 booklists now updated...

 

books

 1st year  Download Booklist Download
 2nd  year  Download Booklist Download
 3rd year  Download Booklist Download
 5th year  Download Booklist Download
 6th year  Download Booklist Download

 

 

Board of Management 2014/2015

 

Scoil Pól, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick is a co-educational Secondary School offering educational opportunities for girls and boys from Kilfinane and district. The school is under the trusteeship of the Le Chéile Schools' Trust and is managed by a Board Of Management.

 

Founding Congregation: Sisters of Charity of Saint Paul.

 

Board of Management Members

Chairperson – Sr. Eileen Kelly

Trustee nominees – Sr. Kathleen Neenan, Dr. Bríd Quinn, Mr. Paddy Kelly

Parents Representatives – Mrs. Elizabeth Power, Mr. Pat Weeks

Staff representatives – Mrs. Bridget Ryan, Mr. Mike Organ

Secretary – Mr. Michael O Hara, Principal