A clean, tidy, neat appearance is expected of pupils at all times. Maintaining a high standard of dress while wearing the school Dress Code and Sports Uniform is part of the training we seek to give pupils here at school. We believe that the Dress Code enhances our children’s dignity and respect for themselves and others.
All children must wear a smock in school.
Girls wear a pink gingham smock and boys wear blue. Available from Uniformity www.uniformity.ie 01 2300501. All children should wear a tracksuit and runners for Gym days.
The Dress Code as specified below must be worn coming to and going home from school for children from Kinder A to Class 6
A proper fitting –
The following may not be worn in school: designer/lettered or label tops, pleated skirts, scarves, polo necks, sweatshirts, sport shirts or sloppy cardigan/jumper. Runners may not be worn outside PE.
Children from Kinder A to Class 6 must wear the Teresian School tracksuit which is available from
Uniformity, Dun Laoghaire (Tel 01 2300501).
The Sports Uniform consists of:
All clothes worn to school should be clean, properly pressed and the correct size and should be clearly marked with the student’s name.
When choosing clothes for school, it is recommended to buy clothes that are easy to wash, dry-clean or press. This is essential to maintain the tidy appearance requested of students at all times.
Regular checks of the Dress Code will be carried out throughout the year.
The Teresian Junior School uses Aladdin Connect for student attendance and to communicate with parents. We strongly encourage all parents to download the app to facilitate this communication. Parents will receive login information at the start of the academic year.
Parental involvement is promoted in The Teresian School. Parents are encouraged to become members of the parent’s council, volunteer for yard duty, volunteer as guest readers, help on school tours, sports day and special school celebrations.
The Junior School Parents’ Council is an active body of parent volunteers who work with the Junior School Principal.
|Class||Parent 1||Parent 2|
|Kinder A||Sinead McManus Fitzpatrick||Louise O’Gorman|
|Kinder B||Niamh O’Sullivan||Linda Deeks|
|Class 1||Amanda Tuite||Tara Hayes|
|Class 2||Fiona Delaney||Leah Quinn|
|Class 3||Shana Murtagh||Alison Quinn|
|Class 4||Sally Bailey||Catherine Moss|
|Class 5||Kathy McConn Walsh||Damien Lee|
|Class 6||Martina Kenny||Sylvia Lane|
|Staff||Lynda McHale||Rose Phelan|
“The Student Council is a group of students who put together ideas to continually make the school better. We discuss any problems or issues that arise and try to solve them. We suggested a school canteen at the beginning of the year and we love our new school canteen.”
Isabella Ramsay, Class 6.
Here in The Teresian School we issue newsletters compiled by students and staff at least once a term. These newsletters inform the entire school community of the achievements and of our goals going forward. Please take the time to read through our newsletters.
Please Note: Books will be provided by the school in August as part of the Book Rental Scheme.
Books are provided through the Book Scheme. If you would like a copy of a class book list or stationery list, please contact the Junior School office: firstname.lastname@example.org
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