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To staff of Loughmore NS will strive to promote the success of all pupils by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation and stewardship of a vision that is shared and supported by the community. This vision will manifest itself through a culture of collaboration and mutual support, through a climate of openness and trust. We endeavour to provide an environment in which every individual is cared for spiritually, morally, intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally. We aspire to inspiring a passion for learning through the creation of a stimulating atmosphere where all pupils can recognise and achieve their fullest potential, regardless of ability, within a secure, caring and inclusive environment. We plan strategically, conscientiously and creatively to implement a curriculum that reflects the educational, cultural, social and economic needs of the community of Loughmore. We aim to promote the active involvement of teachers, parents, management, church and the wider community in this learning process. We hope to engender a strong sense of local identity in pupils and encourage them to make their best contribution to their community. We will continue to promote and participate in cultural and sporting activities synonymous with Loughmore’s rich heritage and traditions. We will celebrate the uniqueness of each person and endeavour to enable each pupil to meet with confidence and assurance the demands of life both now and in the future. We aim to perpetuate Loughmore National School’s place as a ‘Luach Maigh’ (reward field) for the entire school community.
We bid farewell to our amazing 6th class pupils, after a final week of Fun and Games in primary school.
Much work took place over the summer to upgrade our outside play facilities. We added a new play set for Solas (thanks to a generous donation from Terry Ryan in Florida), two new playhouses and a mud kitchen and seesaw for our junior pupils and we also received a donation of a piano from Francis Ralph. We appreciate all the work involved and also the generosity of all who assisted in any way.
Make Way Day for National Disability Awareness took place on Friday 25th of September 2020. Our focus is in ability, awareness, education, kindness, respect and dignity building true inclusion for all.
Please note your child/children's entry and exit route to and from the school. Parents are asked to leave your child to our care at the school gate each morning and collect them there each evening. Note also the staggered collection times for 1st-6th classes. 1st & 2nd class: 2.40pm, 3rd & 4th class@ 2.50pm. 5th & 6th class:3pm.
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