Royal and Prior School Raphoe Co Donegal

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Board of Management

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and Students from the Board of Management meeting held, in the Royal School House, Raphoe on Thursday 27th February 2014

 

· The Board congratulated Ben Wallace, Luke Witherow and Alexander Tinney on their selection for the Ireland U16 Hockey squad.

· A new Canteen Committee has been established between the Parents’ Association and Board of Management. This new committee will meet each term and oversee the functioning of the Canteen.

· Two further policies: CCTV and Teacher Career Breaks & Job Shares will be reviewed at the next meeting of the Board.

· The Board acknowledged the recent meetings of the Royal Schools’ Scripture Unions. It thanked its organisers Mrs Chambers, Mrs Shaw and the members of the Parents’ Association who fed the 120 students and staff who had come from the other four Royal Schools.

· The Board expressed its happiness that numbers applying to enrol in the School have remained steady. The School roll is expected to reach 560 in September.

· The Board congratulated Rachael Darragh on her recent appearance in the National Ladies Badminton Final and her current ranking of 3rd in Ireland.

· The Board thanked Mrs Gallinagh, Mrs Porter, Ms Bonnar, Mr Elvin, Mr Plunkett and Mrs Nairn for organising the very successful school trip to France over the February holiday.

· The Board congratulated Mrs McClean, Mrs O’Boyle, Mr Fitzsimons and Mrs Nairn on the organising of the School Concert on Thursday 6th February. The high standard of the pupils who performed at the Concert was noted.

· The Board acknowledged the efforts of Mrs Shaw in organising the recent Careers Convention. Over 45 institutions exhibited with around 1,000 students and parents attending during the evening.

· The Board thanked the School caretaking and clerical staff in their responses to the recent break-in at the School.

· The Board will meet next on Tuesday 29th April at 7:30 pm in the Royal School House, Raphoe.

 

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

5th March 2014

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

 

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and Students from the Board of Management meeting held, in the Royal School House, Raphoe on Tuesday 14th January 2014

 

· The Board noted the recent successful School Carol Service, in Raphoe Presbyterian Church and thanked all those who were involved with preparing the Choir and conducting and organising the Service.

· The Parents’ Association were thanked by the Board for their continued support and encouragement of the School including the providing of refreshments at the Carol Service and purchasing equipment for Art, Technical Graphics, Woodwork, supporting the Royal Schools Scripture Union event, purchasing 12 new computers and 3 new Data Projectors.

· Three further Policies: Special Educational Needs, Relationships Sexuality Education and Attendance, were reviewed by the Board with the hope that they will be approved at the next meeting.

· On Thursday November 28th the Board welcomed the four other comprehensive Schools under Protestant management to Raphoe for their annual meeting. It proved to be a very beneficial meeting and the Board look forward to renewing the connection between the schools in Dublin in November.

· The Board were informed of the sound progress made by the DEIS core team and have made it a priority for a new DEIS plan to be developed over the next term. (DEIS – Delivering Equality of Opportunity In Schools)

· The Board have received notification that all the necessary paper work has been received by the Buildings Unit of the Department of Education and Skills on the three areas of: Replacement of Temporary Classrooms, the Provision of New Accommodation and the Replacement of the windows in the Amenity Block.

· Christine Russell of 3A was congratulated on her nomination for a Donegal Sports Star Award.

· The Board wished to join with the whole School Community in congratulating past pupil James Corry on his selection for the Irish Hockey Team and the awarding of his first full international cap.

· The Board will meet next on Thursday 27th February and Tuesday 29th April both at 7:30 pm in the Royal School House, Raphoe.

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

17th January 2014

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents and Staff from the Board of Management meeting held on Tuesday 12th November 2013 -

· In light of the present industrial action by the ASTI the Board agreed to close the School on Monday 9th December to facilitate 3rd and 6th Year Parent Teacher Meetings.

· The Board expressed their happiness at the recent report by the inspectorate on the Irish Department and congratulated the teachers on their efforts, comhghairdeachas.

· The Board acknowledged the continued support of the Parents’ Association in providing funding for the stage used for Prize Giving and tiling of the female staff and girls toilets in the teaching block.

· The Board formally adopted the three policies; Internet usage for Staff and Students and a new positive relationships policy which includes the Department of Education’s new procedures regarding Anti-Bullying initiatives.

· The Board congratulated the three boys who have been selected for the Ulster U16 Interprovincial Hockey team: Alexander Tinney, Ben Wallace and Luke Witherow and Dillon O’Loughlin who secured 2nd place at the European Karate Championships for his age group.

· The Board extended their thanks to all who ensured that the Prize Giving was such a successful event including the staff who spoke, presented prizes, coordinated photographs, helped prepare for the event, arranged the meal and the those who organised and distributed refreshments at the end of evening.

· The Board has prioritised the implementation of the Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention guidelines.

· The Board has formally requested that the Department of Education review the present accommodation provision in the School and have completed the first stage of the application process.

· The Carol Service will be held in Raphoe Presbyterian Church (by kind permission) on Thursday 5th December at 8:00 pm.

· Forthcoming meetings of the Board, Tuesday 14th January, Thursday 27th February and Tuesday 29th April.

 

Secretary, Board of Management

18th November 2013

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and Students from the Board of Management meeting held, in the Royal School House, Raphoe on Tuesday 24th September 2013

 

· The Board expressed their sorrow at the passing of Ms Miriam O’Brien, sister of Ms Susan O’Brien.

· The Board welcomed the new chaplain and all members of staff who were appointed during the summer and wished them well for their time in the Royal and Prior.

· The Board appointed Mrs Margaret Nairn as the new Deputy Designated Liaison Person as laid out in the Child Protection guidelines. The Board also reviewed and renewed the School’s Child Protection Policy.

· The Board stated its pleasure at the high standards that were reached in this year’s Junior and Leaving Certificate Results and commended the staff, students and parents on their successes.

· The Board wants to record their thanks for the way in which the new timetable has been developed and implemented by the staff of the School.

· The Board wished to thank the staff of the School Canteen in the way they had ensured the successful manner the new cashless system had been introduced. The Parents’ Association was also thanked for their generous contribution to the cost of the new system.

· Mrs Michelle Carr’s resignation from the role of Junior Certificate School Programme coordinator was noted by the Board. Mrs Carr was thanked for her efforts over the last five years in helping many students get the most out of their time in school.

· The Board continued to progress its desire to improve the quality of the school accommodation and has initiated dialogue with the Department of Education and Skills concerning this.

· The Board congratulated John Kelly for his continued success in the Shot Putt in Irish schoolboy athletics and those students, Alexander Tinney, Ben Wallace, Luke Witherow, Christine Russell, Rachel Darragh and Ryan Macbeth, who took part in the recent UK School Games in Sheffield.

· Next meetings of the Board will be on Tuesday 12th November 2013 and Tuesday 14th January 2014.

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

26th September 2013

 

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

 

 

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and Students from the Board of Management meeting held, in the Royal School House, Raphoe on Tuesday 9th April 2013

 

 

· The Board congratulated the School Badminton team along with Mrs Gibson, Mrs Porter and Mr Magee in their recent achievements at the All Ireland Badminton Finals and in particular the success of the Junior Girls, Minor Girls and Minor Boys in winning their respective competitions.

 

· The Board expressed its happiness at the recent successful School Concert at the An Grianán and Choir performance at the Raphoe Reconciliation Project Choral Festival in St Eunan’s Cathedral. They also recorded their appreciation of Mr Fitzsimons’ direction of the School Choir and also Mrs Jean Curran who organised her last School Concert after many years of encouraging pupils to show their talent.

 

· The Board thanked all who took part in the recent Transfer Day for the 107 incoming first years.

 

· The Board noted the continued strength of the School’s enrolment which is projected to be 552 at the start of the next academic year.

 

· The Board wish to record their appreciation of Mrs Jean Curran after 34 years dedicated service to the School as teacher, guidance counsellor and Deputy Principal and wish her well in her retirement.

 

· The Board wish to record their appreciation of Mrs Mary Doherty after 36 years dedicated service to the School as Art teacher and latterly DEIS Co-ordinator and wish her well in her retirement.

 

· The Board formally adopted a Career Break and Job Sharing Policy which it will review in 12 months’ time.

 

· The Board agreed to purchase cashless tills for installation in the School canteen in conjunction with the Parents’ Association and the Canteen.

 

· The Board congratulated Naomi Wasson on her selection for the Ulster Hockey U18 Development Squad.

 

· The Board congratulated all involved in TY with their recent successes with the TY Mini Company, the Build A Bank and F1 for schools. The Board wished well those teams heading to national finals over the next months.

 

· The Board approved the organisation of a student team to visit the Bethel Royal School in Uganda over the next 12 months.

 

· The Board expressed its desire to examine the implications of the new Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention initiative and review how best the School can respond to it.

 

· The Board continue to develop a strategic plan for life-span of the new board and await the results of the latest survey of staff, students and parents.

 

· The Board expressed its appreciation of the staff’s efforts to devise ways to extend the length of the school day.

 

· The Board will meet next on Thursday 16th May at 7:30 pm in the Royal School House, Raphoe.

 

 

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

12th April 2013

 

 

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

 

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and Students from the Board of Management meeting held, in the School on Monday 4th February 2013

 

·The Board congratulated the French Department on their recent inspection report which emphasised the high quality of teaching, the range of methodologies used in the classroom and the level of subject planning which has been achieved to date.

·The Board welcomed the continued strength in the numbers applying for enrolment in the school for the academic year 2013 -2014.

·The Board congratulated John Kelly on his selection as Donegal Sports Star of the Year 2012 in the Secondary School Sports section.

·The Board reviewed several policies including Smoke Free Environment, Student Cars and Staff Career Break and Job Sharing Polices.

·The Board has continued to make progress regarding the framing of the Strategic Plan for the next five years.

·The Board congratulated Mrs Curran and the organisers of the very successful Prom at the An Grianan, Burt on Friday 25th January.

·The Board expressed its happiness at the high level of parent attendance over the last three Parent Teacher Meetings; on average 70% of parents were able to attend. The Board also thanked the staff for the on-going effectiveness of these meetings.

·Several groups in the school have continued to take part in Restorative Practice workshops, including year head and members of the Royal School House.

·Members of the Board are to attend a training seminar on Child Protection Procedures in the Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny on Wednesday 27th February.

·On Thursday 10th January all the members of the Board along with members of theBoard of Management of Colaiste Cholmcille, Ballyshannon attended ACCS training on the role and function of the Board of Management in Kee’s Hotel, Stranorlar.

·The Board will meet next on Tuesday 9th April at 7:30 pm in the Royal School House, Raphoe.

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

7th February 2013

 

 

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

 

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and Students from the Board of Management meeting held on Tuesday 11th December 2012 in the See House, Culmore Road, Londonderry, by kind invitation of the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe.

 

·Congratulations were offered to Rachael Darragh on representing Ireland at the World Junior Championships in Japan and winning the Senior Girls cup at the Ulster Champion of Champions. Matthew Buchanan was also congratulated for his selection for two games at the interprovincials for Ulster U16 hockey team.

·The Parents’ Association and Staff were commended for the success of Strictly Come Dancing in conjunction with Ballyraine National School. Over €20,000 was raised in total and was the result of a significant effort on the Parents’ Association members and the staff dancers.

·The Board received the DEIS plan for 2011 – 2014 and thanked Mrs Mary Doherty and the DEIS core team for their work.

·The Board, along with the Parents’ Association continue to explore ways in which to improve the payment facilities in the canteen to allow easier implementation of the School Meals Programme in the school.

·The Board thanked all those involved in the recent Carol Service.

·The Board have begun the task of collecting views from all the major groups within the school to create a strategic plan for the next five years.

·A new Health and Safety statement was received by the Board. The Board have begun implementing all the report’s recommendations.

·A report was received from the Students’ Council concerning their recent workshop dealing with Restorative Justice. The Board noted that several more workshops dealing with Restorative Justice are planned for staff, students and parents.

·The Board received the report of the Principal from the recent meetings of the Boards of Management of the five Protestant Comprehensive schools and noted that next year’s meeting will be in Raphoe on 27th and 28th November 2013.

·The Board will next meet on Monday 4th February 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

17th December 2012

 

 

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and students from the Board of Management meeting held on Thursday 25th October 2012

The new Board of Management met for the first time and is comprised of the following:

 

Donegal Protestant Board of Education Nominees:

Canon John Merrick – Chairperson, Rev Dr Brian Brown, Mr Peter Clampett, Mrs Wendy Donaghy, Mrs Lorna Johnston & Mrs Diane Lecky

 

VEC Nominee:

Bishop Ken Good

 

Staff Nominees:

Mrs Liz Shaw & Mr Kevin Fitzsimons

Parents' Nominees:

Mrs Judith Porter & Mr Graham Neilands

 

·Canon Merrick thanked the outgoing board and it’s Chairperson – Archdeacon Harte, for all their efforts on behalf of the school.

 

·The Board congratulated the Staff of the school on the recent excellent Junior Certificate results.

 

·The Board acknowledged the amount of organisation that has gone into the Strictly Come Dancing fund raising event in conjunction with Ballyraine National School by the Parents’ Association and wished them well for the event on 24th November in the Silver Tassie.

 

·The Board congratulated Matthew Buchanan on his selection for the Under 16 Ulster Hockey Team.

 

·The Board noted the recent upgraded Leaving Certificate results in History, English and French.

 

·The Board expressed its happiness at the way in which this year’s prize giving had gone and set the date for next year’s event as Friday 4th October 2013 in the Cathedral Hall, Raphoe.

 

·The Board supported the involvement of the Student’s Council with a Restorative Justice initiative on behalf of the Donegal VEC.

 

·Mr Daniel McMenamin’s appointment as part time caretaker was approved by the Board.

 

·The Board were encouraged by the developments in the canteen with the School Meals Programme.

 

·The Board will next meet on Tuesday 11th December.

 

Secretary, Board of Management

31st October 2012

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

 

 

    The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents, Staff and students from the Board of Management meeting held on Tuesday 11th September 2012 -

 

    The Board congratulated John Kelly and Rachel Darragh on their recent national successes in Athletics and Badminton respectively.

    The Board acknowledged the generosity of the Parents’ Association in supporting hockey coaching in the school, providing team wear for hockey teams, providing equipment for the library and contributing towards the refurbishment of the boy’s toilets.

    The Board welcomed the addition of the school to the Department of Social Protection School Meals Programme. The school canteen will be operating a subsidised Lunch Club for the academic year.

    The Board expressed its happiness at the high standards that were achieved in this year’s Leaving Certificate Results and congratulated the staff, students and parents on their achievements.

    Over the summer many appointments, both internal and external, were made in the school; the Board wishes to express its appreciation to the people who ensured that all positions were filled, through interviewing, short listing and administration: Mrs Ivy Bates, Mrs Emily Boal, Mrs Cathleen Brennan, Rev Dr Brian Brown, Mrs Ann Fallows, Mrs Rita Gleeson, Archdeacon Scott Harte, Mrs Sheelagh Hickey, Mrs Diane Lecky, Canon John Merrick and Mrs Gladys Smith.

    A policy committee has been formed to look at reviewing the school policies and will aim to meet on a monthly basis.

    Board of Management formally implemented the Department of Education’s Child Protection Procedures as part of the school’s overall child protection policy

    E-Portal, an electronic school registration package has been introduced to the school and the Board is grateful to the role Mrs Ivy Bates, Mrs Gladys Smith and Mrs Liz Shaw played in implementing the new system.

 

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

14th May 2012

 

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

 

 

    The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents and Staff from the Board of Management meeting held on Tuesday 8th May 2012.

The Board expressed their sorrow at the passing of Mr Declan Curran, Mrs Jean Curran’s brother in law and Mr Frank McCarron the husband of Mrs Deirdre McCarron

    The Board passed on its congratulations to the U13 Hockey team and its coaches – Mr Paul Stewart, Mr Ray Dunne and Mr David Buchanan on their victory in the Bannister Bowl and the Junior Girls Badminton Team along with their coach Mrs Mongan on their success in finishing 2nd in the All Ireland Finals

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    The Parents’ Association were thanked for their recent fundraising efforts at the ‘Sense of Occasion’ which was a great success.

 

    The Board noted that advertisements had been placed in the national press for a Chaplain and a Matron for the Royal School House.

 

    The Board were pleased that the School has been selected

to receive an upgrade to 100 Mbit/s broadband during the summer months.

 

    In March members of the Board attended Child Protection in-service. The Board wishes to fully implement the guidelines contained in Children First – National Guidance for Protection and Welfare of Children 2011 and Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools. The Board will continue measures to ensure all staff, parents and pupils are fully aware of the guidelines.

 

 

    The Board have committed themselves to improving the Boy’s Toilets as soon as practically possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secretary, Board of Management

11th May 2012

 

 

 

 

 
Agreed report of the Board of Management
 

 

 

The following is the agreed report to the Patron ,Parents and Staff from the Board of Management meeting held on 13th March 2012.

 

    The Board congratulated all who partook in the recent School Concert, held in An Grianan Theatre, Letterkenny, especially Mrs Curran, Ms de Paor, Ms Gordon and Mr Fitzsimons.

    The Board congratulated the Senior Mathematics Quiz team, along with their teachers – Mrs Carr, Mrs Nairn and Mr Plunkett, on their recent efforts at the All Ireland Finals in Limerick on Saturday 3rd March.

    The Board were delighted at the recent success of the Badminton team reaching the league and cup competitions and the Boys U13 and U14 Hockey teams reaching the final and semi-final of their respective competitions.

    The Board affirmed their support of Guidance in the School and wish to acknowledge the effective work of Mrs Shaw in this regard. The Board will continue to strive to treat the guidance needs of the School as a priority in the allocation of teacher resources in line with the requirements of the Education Act (1998).

    The Board noted the recent retirements of Mr Chambers and Rev Stewart and look forward to officially celebrating their great service to the school in the near future.

    The Board expressed its happiness with recent joint Prize Giving held on 3rd February and plan to hold the next Prize Giving in late September 2012.

    The Board noted that 120 pupils had applied for entry for the next academic year, 9 of whom have enrolled in the Royal School House.

 

Secretary, Board of Management

13th March 2012

 

 

 

 

 

Agreed Report from the Board of Management

The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents and Staff from the Board of Management of their meeting held on Tuesday 26th January 2012 –

·The Parents’ Association were thanked for their continued support of the school with the purchasing of Table Tennis Tables, Library equipment and expressing an interest in supporting any capital projects that the school are considering at the minute.

·The Board approved the appointment of Mrs Mary Doherty and Mrs Cabrini Friel to the positions of Assistant Principal and Programme Coordinator respectively.

·The Board have prioritised the refurbishment of the Boys’ Toilets during the immediate future.

·Board have written to Mast Construction and Johnston Reid Ltd to thank them for their role in the recent window replacement programme.

·The Board would like to acknowledge the role of the Financial Subcommittee of the Board along with the school secretarial staff in ensuring the smooth running of the school’s finances over the last year.

·The Board are continuing their commitment to 1608 Royal Schools project. In March the principal along with Ms Caroline Cowan and Mr Des West will be visiting the Bethel Royal School in Uganda with Fields of Life.

·The Board are delighted with the development of a Horse Jumping team in the school and celebrate with them in their recent successes.

·Draft Report of the Inspection of the English Department – The Board is greatly encouraged by the Inspectorate’s report and positive observations made in several directions, including the overall level of attainment and their very supportive deployment of methods and resources for the benefit of students who find learning challenging. The Board also indicated its willingness to implement all the key recommendations of the report.

·The Annual Joint Boards of the Protestant Managed Comprehensive Schools Meeting – The Principal attended a meeting at East Glendalough Comprehensive School, Wicklow on 23rd and 24th November 2011 at which all 5 schools were represented. The Joint Boards held their usual discussions but also took part in a peer review study in East Glendalough. This was a very informative time and something the five schools are looking to build on next year in Cork.

 

Secretary, Board of Management

1st February 2012

 

 

 

 

Report from the Board of Management



The following is the agreed report to the Patron, Parents and Staff from the Board of Management of their meeting held on Wednesday 16th November 2011 –

• The Board congratulated Rachel Darragh and Joshua Magee who won their finals in the Badminton Champion of Champions in Lisburn on Tuesday 15th November.

• The Board thanked the Parents’ Association for their generosity in replacing the cookers in the Home Economics room, a new laminator and assistance with the Scripture Union weekend.

• The Board passed on its congratulations to the cast and crew, especially director John Fallows and Ms Gordon, of Hamlet that won the Festival prize at the Butt Drama Festival in Ballybofey on Thursday 10th November.

• The Board were greatly encouraged by the large attendance at the recent open night. The Principal was asked to pass on thanks to the staff that ensured the evening was such a success.

• The Board has decided to actively pursue the refurbishment of the toilets, prefabs and Sports Hall.

• The Board have agreed that in future that all agreed reports should continue to be sent to the Patron, Staff and Parents’ Association but also published on the School Website.

• The Board acknowledge the new guidelines concerning Child Protection: Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children and have adopted all the new recommendations stated in Circular Letter 0065/2011.

• Rugby has been introduced on a trial basis in the School under the co-ordination of Mr John Plunkett.

• TheBoard are happy that School trips should continue to be organised.

• Due to the amalgamation of Junior and Senior prize givings it has been decided to use the Cathedral Hall in Raphoe as the venue for this occasion on Friday 3rd February 2012.

• The Board have agreed that funds should be set aside to facilitate staff professional development.

• The Board want to acknowledge the smoothness at which the new windows have been fitted. The agreement and assistance from all staff, both teaching and ancillary, and students have meant that a difficult job has been achieved with great success.

 

Dr Howard Welch

Secretary, Board of Management, 22nd November 2011

 

 

The Functions of a Board of Management are set out in the Education Act, 1998:

15.—(1) It shall be the duty of a board to manage the school on behalf of the patron (Donegal Protestant Board of Education) and for the benefit of the students and their parents and to provide or cause to be provided an appropriate education for each student at the school for which that board has responsibility.

(2) A board shall perform the functions conferred on it and on a school by this Act and in carrying out its functions the board shall: (a) Do so in accordance with the policies determined by the Minister from time to time,

(b) Uphold, and be accountable to the patron for so upholding, the characteristic spirit of the school as determined by the cultural, educational, moral, religious, social, linguistic and spiritual values and traditions which inform and are characteristic of the objectives and conduct of the school, and at all times act in accordance with any Act of the Oireachtas or instrument made thereunder, deed, charter, articles of management or other such instrument relating to the establishment or operation of the school,

(c) Consult with and keep the patron informed of decisions and proposals of the board,

(d) Publish, in such manner as the board with the agreement of the patron considers appropriate, the policy of the school concerning admission to and participation in the school, including the policy of the school relating to the expulsion and suspension of students and admission to and participation by students with disabilities or who have other special educational needs, and ensure that as regards that policy principles of equality and the right of parents to send their children to a school of the parents’ choice are respected and such directions as may be made from time to time by the Minister, having regard to the characteristic spirit of the school and the constitutional rights of all persons concerned, are complied with,

(e) Have regard to the principles and requirements of a democratic society and have respect and promote respect for the diversity of values, beliefs, traditions, languages and ways of life in society,

(f) Have regard to the efficient use of resources (and, in particular, the efficient use of grants provided under section 12), the public interest in the affairs of the school and accountability to students, their parents, the patron, staff and the community served by the school, and

(g) Use the resources provided to the school from monies provided by the Oireachtas to make reasonable provision and accommodation for students with a disability or other special educational needs, including, where necessary, alteration of buildings and provision of appropriate equipment.

(3) For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this Act shall confer or be deemed to confer on the board any right over or interest in the land and buildings of the school for which that board is responsible.

The membership of the Board of Management in this school is as follows:

·Patron nominees: Archdeacon MS Harte (Chairman), Canon J. Merrick, Canon H. Gilmore, Rev. B. Brown, Mrs L Johnston, Mrs D. Lecky

·VEC nominee: Bishop K. Good Parent nominees: Mr P. Clampett, Mrs A. Fallows

·Teacher nominees: Mrs C. Friel, Mrs M. Doherty

·Secretary: Dr H. Welch

 

 

 

 

 

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