Calendar

 

 

Summer Exam Timetables

 

 

Policies

 

  • VISION STATEMENT
  • Admissions Policy

    The Patrician Secondary is a Boys Catholic Secondary School under the patronage of the Le Chéile’s School’s Trust. Students are accepted into the school on the understanding that there is recognition of the Catholic ethos of the school and an acceptance of its right to provide an education and engage in activities that reflect this ethos.

  • Anti-Bullying

    The Patrician Secondary School as a Christian Community commits itself to the development of all it’s members in an environment of cooperation and mutual respect.

  • Code of Behaviour

    The Code of Behaviour has been developed in accordance with the school’s mission statement.

  • Developing a Code of Behaviour: Guidelines for Schools

  • P.E.D.

    The policy on the use of Personal Electronic Devices in the school.

  • Policy on Fighting

    Fighting is a serious breach of the school’s Code of Discipline. The Patrician Secondary School does not tolerate fighting and takes all steps necessary to ensure that fights are not allowed to occur.

  • Policy on Repeat of Leaving Certificate

  • Substance Abuse Policy

  • Uniform Policy

    The Uniform policy for the Patrician Secondary School.

  • Patrician Vision Statement

    Our School’s Vision Statement

 

 

User Policies for Computers and the Internet

  • Acceptable User Policy for Computers and the Internet

    This policy addresses acceptable use standards for students and responsibilities of the school and individual teacher to prevent misuse of computers and the Internet.

  • e-Learning Plan section of the PDST Technology in Education

    This website contains a number of useful resources to assist schools in developing their e-Learning Plan, from the PDST Technology in Education’s e-Learning Handbook and Roadmap to case studies and video exemplars highlighting how teachers are integrating ICT in their classrooms.

  • ‘Think Before You Click’

    ‘ThinkB4UClick’ has been specifically designed for teachers of Junior Certificate CSPE who wish to explore the issue of online privacy in the context of online rights and responsibilities.

  • ‘Be Safe Be Webwise’

    ‘Be Safe Be Webwise’ is a teaching resource which aims to promote key internet safety skills among Junior Cycle post-primary students. The resource has been designed to give students the opportunity to explore their attitudes and safety when using the internet.

  • Cyber Bullying Guide ‘Get With It’

    A useful guide to cyberbullying produced by NCTE and the Office for Internet Safety.