A Quick Guide to the Daily Procedures in St. Patrick’s B.N.S.
Arriving at school
8:30 am– Yard supervision begins.
No boy should be in the school grounds before this time.
For safety reasons, children or parents/guardians should not wait at the top of the steps.
Parents/guardians should not accompany children to class.
Please check the homework journal each night for notes and homework details.
Please sign the journal.
It is the responsibility of parents/guardians to make sure that all homework, written and otherwise, be completed to the best of your son’s ability every night.
When a child cannot do his homework (because of illness, family emergency etc.), that boy must have a note signed by a parent/guardian explaining the circumstances.
The best way to communicate with your son’s teacher is through the homework journal.
Parents/guardians are asked to check the journal each night for notes and homework details.
Should you wish to have another meeting with your son’s teacher, it is essential to make an appointment to do so.
All boys should be sitting at their desks at 8:50am sharp.
Good timekeeping ensures that all children can start the day on a positive note in a calm atmosphere.
Persistent lateness is disruptive to everyone in your son’s class. If a boy arrives late to school he must have a note signed by a parent/guardian.
Uniform consists of grey trousers, grey shirt, school tie and green V-
The tracksuit consists of green tracksuit pants, green tracksuit top with school crest and plain, white polo shirt.
The days on which uniform or tracksuit should be worn will be decided by the class teacher, based on P. E. days. The tracksuit is usually worn only on P.E. days.
Jewellery of any kind is not allowed.
St. Patrick’s has a healthy eating policy.
Lunches should be made up of healthy foods.
Sugary treats (including chocolate spread), crisps or fizzy drinks are not allowed.
One small treat is allowed on Fridays.
St. Patrick’s is a nut-