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St. Peter's National School, Phibsboro, Dublin
Please see parents' section to access enrolment forms for the 2020/2021 and 2021/2022 school years
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Useful Websites for Parents-please also check 'Home Learning'-'General resources'

Soláthraíonn an suíomh seo cláracha agus cluichí a thacóidh le scileanna teanga sa Ghaeilge. Is mór an leas a bhainfidh do pháiste as éisteacht leis an nGaeilge labhartha go minic sa bhaile, agus is cinnte go dtaitneoidh na cartúin ar Chúla 4 seo go mór leo. Mura bhfuil tú muiníneach leis an nGaeilge, gliogáil ar 'English' chun an suíomh a aistriú. This site provides programmes and games that will support language skills in Irish. Your child will benefit greatly from listening to spoken Irish regularly at home, and it's certain that they'll enjoy the programmes on Cúla 4. If you're not confident at reading Irish, click on the 'English' button to translate the site.
 
 
This is the website of the government department. It contains a section on information for parents, as well as all school related guidelines, circulars and inspection reports
 
 
Green-Schools, known internationally as Eco-Schools, is an international environmental education programme, environmental management system and award scheme that promotes and acknowledges long-term, whole school action for the environment.
 
 
A wonderful website which is full of ideas for learning, initiated by the Irish Department of Education and Skills. The site can be tailored to suit the age of your child. Check it out!
 
 
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) is Ireland's oldest and most well-known children's charity.
 
 
 

National Parents Council Primary employs a Chief Executive and staff based in Dublin.
 
 
A brilliant, colourful site, full of information on different countries, animals, science, and much much more.
 
 
Did you ever wonder exactly what your child learns in an Irish primary school everyday? This link provides excellent information on the content covered in each class level in the primary school, as well as very helpful videos and tip sheets to help your child's learning at home.
 
 
The National Council for Special Education Website is a website dedicated to special educationl needs
 
 
 

Rainbows supports children and young people in groups. There are groups for children and young people who have been affected by the death of a close family member and there are groups for children and young people whose family has changed because their parents have separated or divorced.
 
 
The ever popular schooldays website provides links to other relevant and worthwhile educational websites.
 
 
A portal that contains many links to educational sites, updated regularly.
 
 
 
 

This is a brilliant website for practising phonics. It is also very helpful for parents, as it says the sound that each letter makes in the English alphabet.
 
 
Twinkl is a wonderful website desiged to promote the development of literacy and phonics. There are also resources associated with special educational needs available