"The Incredible Years parent training intervention is a series of programmes focused on strengthening parenting competencies (monitoring, positive discipline, confidence) and fostering parents’ involvement in children’s school experiences in order to promote children’s academic, social and emotional competencies and reduce conduct problems."
Please see below for details and an application form for this very useful and extremely popular parenting course taking place in Sligo and beginning on Thursday the 13th November.
We've just been notified of another brilliant installment of the Incredible Years Parent Programme being held in Sligo Education Centre. Please do spread the word and if you are interested please contact the Centre as soon as possible as the course starts this coming Monday 10th March. If you wish you can download and complete the application form and perhaps email it to the Centre today.
More information on The Incredible Years Parent Training Programme can be found by clicking here.
As part of our services we continue to offer workshops/information sessions on safe and responsible use of the internet, cyberbullying and online education to all young people and their parents. Each workshop is designed to suit individual group needs and age. Workshops are aimed at educating young people to become responsible internet users and raising their awareness of the consequences now and in the future of their online actions and comments. The workshops are interactive and discussion based using wordsearches, quizzes and games.
For more details: Contact: Anne Brennan or Catherine McCann, North Connaught Youth Services, Rockwood Parade, Sligo Tel: 0719144150. Email: email@example.com
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Scoil Ursula Parents Association thanks you for your overwhelming generosity in our Christmas Food & Toy Appeal in aid of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. It was a huge success and we are also very grateful to the many volunteer helpers who turned out on Monday morning to receive the huge amount of donated goods. Well done everybody!!!
The new Parents' Committee was elected recently as follows:
Chairperson: Ian Duggan
Vice Chairperson: Caroline McGrath
Secretary: Orla Keaveny
Assistant Secretary: Magdalena McMorrow
Treasurer: Carmel Flynn
Assistant Treasurer: Siobhán Dee
The Class Reps are as follows:
As part of our School Improvement Plan to raise literacy standards in our school, we are asking parents to donate new or used books for our Classroom Libraries. The Parents' Association have generously donated €1,000 to provide new books for our libraries and some parents have already made donations of books to the school. If you have books at home that your children have outgrown and they are taking up room on your bookshelves please feel free to drop them in to us.
Please be aware of the following criteria:
Thank you all for your continued support of all our initiatives and projects.
Ní neart go cur le chéile!!
Last week the staff of Scoil Ursula had a very informative presentation by Debbie Woodward on the topic of Internet Safety. Debbie is very experienced in this area and has set up and runs the excellent blog: Be Web Safe.
Thanks to Debbie we can share some of her knowledge in the area with you. A version of her excellent presentation is below:
This year, for the first time, Scoil Ursula ran a pilot Book Rental Scheme for Junior Infant Classes. Now we need your help in evaluating the success of the scheme. If you took part in the Book Rental Scheme please take two minutes of your time to fill in the form below. Your help in this is much appreciated.
- Book Rental Scheme Committee
Scoil Ursula Parents' Association is the representative body for parents in our school . They aim to communicate the views of parents on school policy and practice through contact with school managment.