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Created : 06 Oct 2023, 10:21 AM
Archived : 06 Dec 2023, 12:00 AM

This October, we're taking part in GOAL Jersey Day to support people living in extreme poverty.

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Created : 05 Oct 2023, 12:06 PM
Archived : 05 Dec 2023, 12:00 AM

Well done to students who took part in the cross country athletics race invitational. Looking forward to a great year of running.

Parents' Association AGM Wednesday 4th October (Part 2)
Created : 03 Oct 2023, 8:37 AM
Archived : 03 Dec 2023, 12:00 AM

Please find attached the accounts and details of the talk in advance of the Parents' Association AGM. The AGM will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, 4th October at 7:30pm. The minutes and agenda have been shared in the previous notification. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow. 


Parents' Association AGM - Wednesday 4th October (Part 1)
Created : 26 Sep 2023, 1:54 PM
Archived : 03 Dec 2023, 12:00 AM

Please find attached the agenda and minutes for the Parents' Association AGM. The AGM will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, 4th October at 7:30pm. Peter Cosgrove will speak at the AGM and details of his talk and the accounts will be shared in the second notification. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow. 


Dawn Walk for Pieta House
Created : 26 Sep 2023, 8:29 PM
Archived : 26 Nov 2023, 12:00 AM
The mental health committee are organising a Dawn Walk, this Friday, 29th September. The school will be open from 6:30am and the group will depart at 6:45am from the school gates. Students are encouraged to bring in donations for Pieta House. Donations will collected throughout the day and there will be an opportunity to donate via the school shop. Juice and some light refreshments will be available in the school hall afterwards. There will be no hot drinks. Students are advised to bring something substantial for their breakfast. Students can go home after the walk, but should return for class at 8:45am. Parents, siblings and dogs welcome!
Greece Trip 2023
Created : 22 Sep 2023, 10:56 PM
Archived : 24 Nov 2023, 12:00 AM
Notification re Head Lice
Created : 10 Nov 2022, 11:00 AM
Archived : 21 Nov 2023, 12:00 AM

Please read - With students sitting in close proximity to each other and with increased activities for all, we have the ideal conditions for spread of nits and head lice in the school. We are aware of instances in 1st, 2nd and 3rd year so advise that all students are checked and treated where necessary. Students with long hair should have it tied back. I have attached link below that may be of assistance.: www2.hse.ie/conditions/head-lice-nits/

Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2024
Created : 20 Sep 2023, 10:23 AM
Archived : 20 Nov 2023, 12:00 AM

Neurodiversity Celebration Week will take place from 18th - 24th March 2024. There will be online events and webinars available and the website also offers some great resources. You can sign up now at the link below. 

Neurodiversity Celebration Week (NCW) 2024

Webinar for parents on how they can support a student with dyslexia at second level
Created : 19 Sep 2023, 3:01 PM
Archived : 19 Nov 2023, 12:00 AM

Please find attached details about a webinar for parents on how they can support the student with dyslexia at second level. It takes place on October 2nd and the booking form is attached. If you would like me to email a word document with the booking form, please email deputy@holyfaithclontarf.com


The topics addressed include:

  • How dyslexia affects the student at second level
  • How to support the student in the following areas
    • Organisation
    • Note-taking
    • Memory and Learning
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Spelling and Vocabulary.
    • Key educational choices 

Important letter regarding uniform
Created : 19 Sep 2023, 11:15 AM
Archived : 19 Nov 2023, 12:00 AM


Dear Parent/Guardian,

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the majority of our students who always wear perfect uniform.  They are a credit to themselves and to you in the way they present themselves for school daily. Uniform and behaviour have been excellent since we returned, in order to continue with this,  I would ask for your support in reminding your daughter of her responsibility as follows:

  • Students must wear full school uniform on each school day when they do not have P.E. including low heeled black/brown/navy shoes.  No white and black runners, trainers, ugg boots or multi-coloured footwear may be worn with the uniform (e.g. white trainers, converse runners)
  • Students are not permitted to wear the school hooded top under their school jumper. If a students is cold, they are encouraged to wear black or navy tights and a thermal vest under their shirt.
  • Students must wear the school coat. Coats should be clearly marked with the student’s name - we have some school coats in lost property. If your daughter is not wearing the school coat, her coat will be confiscated.
  • Each student is required to wear the school P.E. uniform on her P.E. day – runners, grey hooded top (with school crest only), plain, loose-fitting navy tracksuit bottoms or the school crested tracksuit bottoms and leggings and a plain white tee shirt. First Year students must wear school crested bottoms.
  • Sports kit may be worn for sports only.  Students must change in school before their match.
  • Hairstyle and colour must be appropriate for school and long hair should be kept tied back.
  • Discreet makeup may only be worn. Students should not have fake eyelashes or extended fake nails e.g. gel nails.
  • Jewellery if minimal and appropriate may be worn.  Students may not wear nose studs/rings or other facial/tongue piercings. 

Obviously, there are many valid reasons why students present themselves for school without the correct uniform on occasion and an app note from you on the day will excuse this

Thank you for your continued support.


Kind regards

Mary Molloy

Deputy Principal