We in Scoil Phobail Bhéara
have a vision of the type of school we would like. It is a school guided by Christian values where students are happy and where everyone is treated with courtesy and respect. Our school encourages, supports and challenges all students to reach their full potential.
While parents are the primary educators of their children, our staff members, who act as in loco parents, are our most valuable resource and every effort is made to ensure that we have a dedicated and committed staff and good student-staff relationship.
Our school is an integral part of our local community and in addition to providing the best possible education for our young people and preparing them for later life, our school serves as a resource for and enriches our community.
We do everything possible to assist our students to take responsibility for themselves and their actions and we help them to appreciate and care for the world in which we live.
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Mental Health Information Line on 1800 111 888.
The 2023/24 YSI class have chosen Mental Health as a focus for their project. The main objective for the project, "Mental Stealth", is to highlight the fact that mental health issues are very often hidden and overlooked - people may suffer in silence. The project aims to raise awareness of issues and normalise and encourage conversation. Click to discover more.
Information for Schools on the National Network of Drug and Alcohol Task Forces (DATFs)
Resources for schools to prevent drug and alcohol use at a young age from the national network of drug and alcohol task forces: click here
This guide covers everything you need to know about how to use Microsoft Teams so that students can continue learning and connecting with their teachers and classes. Click here
Access MS Teams via Xbox or PlayStation (click to enlarge):
Office 365 & Microsoft Teams:
Students can log into www.office.com with their school account details to access Teams. All students have an account. Microsoft Teams can also be downloaded to a phone. This allows students to receive notification when a teacher puts up a message regarding work and virtual classes. It also allows students to send work to teachers.
Microsoft Teams explained:
Additional Educational Needs Resource Bank
Online access to school books
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