School Work for the next two weeks.
The JPA would like to invite you to a Family Movie Night.
Please complete the booking form online to secure your place https://forms.gle/uHwn56UvcGpNgz2K8 .
Payment must be sent in before the 7th of February or your tickets are not guaranteed on the night.
A JPA rep will be at the school entrance next Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri from 8.50-9.15am
Please clearly mark the envelope with parents’ name attending, child(ren) attending, teacher’s name and classroom.
A confirmation email will be sent out to confirm your booking
HOW TO BID
TEXT OR WHATSAPP YOUR BID TO +353 87 778 2385
On Thursday morning 12th December, between 10am and 11.59am.
This Auction is open to everyone.
- Matchbox Photography – Family Session 350.00
- Music Hamper – Vinyls including The Script and Robbie Williams
CD’s including 1 Signed DF see PIC (Great Gift)
- Voucher for The Graduate 25.00
- Haddington House Restaurant Voucher 75.00
- Gas Boiler x5 @ 83.00
- Windyridge Voucher 25.00
- Fire Extinguisher and Blanket
- Rochestown Lodge Dinner for 2
- In House Shellac Polish
- One for All Voucher (from Folens) 50.00
- One for All Voucher (from Folens) 25.00
- Dry Cleaning Voucher 25.00
- 2 Tickets to Picture This on June 27th in Malahide Castle including a Meet and Greet.
- The Mill Theatre: Robin Hood 4 Seats Dec 31st at 12pm
- JBL Link 10 Voice-activated portable speaker worth 150.00
- Tipperary Crystal Champagne Glasses worth 35.00
- Deering Butchers voucher 20.00
- 2 Golf Lessons (Mini) worth 80.00 with Kevin Foy
- Brother colour inkjet printer DCP-7572DW worth 80.00
- Cooks Academy Voucher
- Cobra 24v Cordless Hedge Trimmer worth 80.00
- Pilates Plus Voucher worth 150.00
- The Pavilion Theatre: Elf on December 21st 4 Tickets at 5.30pm
School calendars for 2020 are now available!!!
On sale Tues – Fri
09.00-09.30 at each school entrance👍
Please give money to your Children or drop in.
Here’s a sneak preview!
Many thanks JPA
That was fun..and busy! And a big Thank you ♥ to the whole community, from Teachers, Parents, Volunteers, Students and of course all of those donations by and from individuals and businesses alike.
The list is long!
Santa arriving at 1.30pm all details here – https://johnstowngns.com/christmas-fair-2019/
With Thanks to ALL THE VOLUNTEERS & Teachers. (Photos and Video by Emer)
See you all tomorrow. HO HO HO!
Please share! This is great fun.. Sign up early to avoid disappointment.
The prize is the Leo Clancy Cup.
Base wood fired pizza are providing complimentary pizzas for us to sell by the slice at the family quiz this Friday night to raise funds for the schools.
AND – We have great raffle prizes to be won on the night including vouchers and cinema tickets.
We are delighted to advise you that the Johnstown Parents’ Association will continue its work following the Annual General Meeting on the 24th September 2019. Thanks to all the parents who attended and we hope you enjoyed the excellent Internet Safety Talk from Zeeko.
Welcome to Ruth, Janice, Sarah, Sam and Sarah who join us this year. The association aims to promote the school community by organising activities throughout the year.
The Parents’ Association does not have a fundraising role and we have some expenses for which we need your help. We would like to ask each family for a voluntary subscription of €10 for expenses to be covered in 2019/2020.
Contributions are needed for:
The annual insurance premium is €205
Costs for speakers and events such as Ice Cream Day!
Catering costs to cover the Communion and Confirmation events.
Please return your donation to the school in the envelope provided with your name and class where it will be collected or if you prefer to pay electronically, please use the following details:
BIC: ULSB IE 2D IBAN: IE59 ULSB 9859 5076 1833 69
Please note that any excess funds raised by the association are donated back to the school. We appreciate your support and thank you in advance. Yours sincerely,
JPA Class Groups
It has come to our attention that some parents of the Junior Infants Girls’ School classes have not yet joined the class WhatsApp group. These groups are helpful for sharing communications from JPA, homework queries and also for organising parties and events.
A class representative has been assigned to each junior infant class:
Ms Raymond – Sinead Peacock
Ms Reid – Jane Rush
Ms Breen – Allison Kearney & Karen Bennett
If you would like to join the class WhatsApp group approach your class rep and provide your phone number or go to our website and log your details:
JPA Calendar 2020 22nd October 2019
It is that time of year again where we plan for the JPA School Calendar. The themes for each class are the same as last year:
|Second||St Patricks Day|
|Fourth||Happy New Year|
Save the Date: Table Quiz
Our table quiz will be on Friday 8th November @ 7.30pm. To book a table of 4 (2 Adults 2 Kids) e-mail email@example.com.
We are always looking for prizes for raffles and events. If you have your own business and would like to donate a prize it would be much appreciated.
JPA is Going Green
To save paper, all JPA correspondence will be issued in the future via our website circulation list.
Sign up for future JPA updates and events by clicking on the follow button on the bottom right-hand side of the JPA website or if you use facebook or Twitter we are there too.
If you would like to get in touch with the JPA, you can contact us by email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 24th September 2019 Time: 7.30 pm
Venue: Johnstown Girls’ School Date:
Author of Weaving Wellbeing Fiona Forman announced for this years JPA AGM
Helping Children to Manage Stress and Strong Emotions
Johnstown Parents’ Association are delighted to inform you that we have organised for Fiona Forman author of ‘Weaving Well-being’ to speak to parents at our next Annual General Meeting.
Fiona is a regular media contributor on children’s well-being and has spoken on this subject at conferences at both national and international level. Fiona is passionate about the mental health and well-being of children and in helping them to achieve their true potential. Fiona has designed and implemented a well-being programme which has received immensely positive feedback. She has delivered talks to parents and teachers on Positive Psychology and its application to education. For further information: http://weavingwellbeing.com As this event is sponsored by the JPA and supported by the schools we hope it will be well attended by parents/guardians. To book your place, please e-mail email@example.com.
If you have any suggestions for future talks/ training programmes, please e-mail JPA connect firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us through our website, http://www.jpaconnect.com.
We would love to hear from you!
Well done to all the children who took part in the Easter Competition and thank you to the parents who supported it. We raised €548 and this will go towards activities for the children throughout the year. We have included some examples of the fantastic art entered.
Jumpzone Fun Night
Many thanks for supporting the Jumpzone fun night on Friday 10th
May 2019. Over 130 children from both schools attended.
School Communion 18th May (GNS) 25th May (BNS) Help Needed!
The JPA support the school in catering for the parents and children after Mass. If you are free to volunteer on the morning of the communion to serve tea and coffee, please let your class representative know. We also rely on your donations of cakes. You can drop cakes to the GNS the day before and on the morning of the communion. As the election is on the 24th, non-perishable items can be dropped to the BNS on Thursday 23rd and on the morning of the communion. Many thanks.
Supporting Your Child’s Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing
Johnstown Parents’ Association has invited the National Parents Council Primary to provide an information evening. This programme supports parents/guardians to encourage and promote positive mental health and wellbeing in their children. The programme also explores how the building of resilience in children helps them to manage and cope with the day to day stresses of life as they occur.
Venue: Johnstown Girls’ School
Tuesday 28th May 2019
Time: 7.30 – 9.30
€2 at the door
To confirm your place, please e-mail email@example.com
JPA AGM 2019
As a parent/guardian, you are an automatic member of our Parents’ Association. Your ideas and support will be crucial in helping to make the Parents’ Association a success. The JPA Committee meets on the first
Tuesday of every month at 8.15pm. All parents/guardians are invited to attend. We are planning for the AGM to take place in late September.
The Parents’ Association aims to promote the school community by organising activities throughout the year. The subscription is €10 per family or whatever you can afford will be much appreciated. We appreciate your support to date.
Please return your donation to the school where it will be collected or if you prefer to pay electronically, please use the following details:
BIC: ULSB IE 2D
IBAN: IE59 ULSB 9859 5076 1833 69
If you would like to get in touch with the JPA, you can contact us by email,
firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our website contact form. Please don’t forget to sign up to our website and facebook page or follow us on twitter @jpaconnect for updates and list of events.
A beautiful video from the boy’s school. Well done.
please see a draft of the new school Admissions Policy on the school website, which is now open for consultation. If you have any comment please email email@example.com. by Wednesday, April 29th. Many thanks, Caroline
DLR Sports Partnership would be grateful if you could circulate the email below to your parents /student contact database. We have devised challenges to keep families active at home as we realise the importance of physical and mental health during this uncertain time. Please feel free to read the content below before sending.
The DLR Sports Partnership Team
We in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership know that this is a very uncertain and daunting time for everyone. But we also know that being active and having fun with your family is so important for our physical and mental health especially at the moment. So we’ve put together four different activity Challenges to suit all ages and abilities. They’re easy to get involved in, a great way to keep motivated and best of all you can do them around the home with your family.
All Challenges will run for the next 4 weeks and we’d really love to hear how you progress through them by sharing on social media using #BeActive and emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course please make sure to follow all Department of Health guidelines with regards to Covid-19 and maintain Social Distancing https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/newsfeatures/covid19-updates/
Please see our website www.dlrsportspartnership.ie to view more details on all the Challenges and on the other work we do.
1 -The Grandparents 15 Minute Challenge
Who – for children and their grandparents
What – a fun challenge to encourage children to make regular phone contact with their grandparents and engage in activities with them (physical, social and mental).
How – just print off the attached flyer/chart, fill it in as you go and email back to use when you’re finished.
2 -Move to the Rhythm Dance Challenge
Who – for children and teenagers
What – visit our new YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPhBXjgEPP2wcLJeWpwSbQw to catch our dance tutor Cayisha demonstrate part of a new professionally choreographed routine each day from Monday to Thursday. Then join her again on Friday to go through the entire dance.
How – just watch and learn the routine each day, practice at home, record yourself (and your family) bringing the entire dance together on Friday and email us a clip.
3 -The Fighting Fit Challenge
Who – for teenagers and adults
What – fancy a tough but achievable fitness challenge? Have you ever played Call Of Duty and thought you could hold our own, but could you pass the fitness test to really join in? Here’s our chance. We will post a fitness program each week that if you follow will culminate in you matching yourself against the Irish Army fitness test to see if you would make the grade.
How – just follow the weekly exercise programs, get into a healthy routine and try the fitness test at home after 4 weeks.
4 -The Scrambled Leg Challenge
Who – for families and all ages
What – we’ve gotten out the measuring tape and have picked a few well known Irish landmarks that you and your family can pick to add up the kilometers from your daily walks to reach your chosen destination. This is a great one to also build in elements of geography, history, and maths for the budding homeschoolers among us.
How – just print off the attached flyer/chart, fill it in as you go and email back to us when you’re finished.
We hope these Challenges will help to build in the important daily activity and fun we all need, but if you have any queries or suggestions for other initiatives we’d love to hear from you.
The Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership Team
A message from Ms. Quinn
A message from the Girls School regarding Confirmations on Friday.