Individual letters detailing information /registering children for P.2/P.3 Classroom Assistants After Schools Club, French, P.7 English/ Maths have already been issued and should be returned directly to the school. Unless stated, after school sports will begin week commencing Monday 12th September. All monies should be paid directly to the above named coaches who will register children on attendance.

Dear Parents, It is with pleasure that I present to you the Board of Governors’ Report on Edendork P.S. for the academic year 2014/15. It is the intention of the Governors, and indeed the Principal, for you to be informed about your child’s progress at school and so this report is one of a number of ways in which information is provided. Schools are very busy places with so many initiatives happening and so this report can only serve as a “snapshot” into all the learning experiences presented in our school. It is intended this report gives you an overview and creates an opportunity for you to gain a flavour of the work, lifestyle and ethos of Edendork P.S. If you require information about your own child or have any concern, you should feel free at any time to contact the school and arrange an appointment with the Principal or your child’s teacher. Requests for additional information or clarification of any aspect of this report should be forwarded in writing to the school. On behalf of the Governors, I thank you for your support and look forward to your continued interest. I commend this report for your consideration Mrs K. Conlon Chairperson

RESPECTIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS AND PRINCIPAL IN RELATION TO ADMISSIONS The Board of Governors draws up the admissions criteria and delegates to the Principal, the responsibility for applying these criteria. Any reference herein to the term the Board of Governors includes the Principal appointed by the Board of Governors for the purposes of applying the admissions criteria.

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) covers a wide range of resources including web-based and mobile learning. Currently the internet technologies children and young people are using, both inside and outside of the classroom, include: • Websites • Learning Platforms and Virtual Learning Environments • Email and Instant Messaging • Chat Rooms and Social Networking • Blogs and Wikis • Podcasting • Video Broadcasting • Music Downloading • Gaming • Mobile/Smart phones with text, video and/or web functionality • Other mobile devices with web functionality Whilst these ICT resources can be exciting and beneficial both in and out of the context of education, all users need to be aware of the range of risks associated with the use of Internet technologies. In Edendork Primary School we understand the responsibility to educate our pupils in e-Safety issues. We aim to teach pupils appropriate behaviours and critical thinking to enable them to remain both safe and legal when using the internet and related technologies, in and beyond the context of the classroom.

The following statements of principle, policy and procedure aim to set the conceptual framework that underpins the practices within Edendork PS Dungannon. Our ethos is reflected in all actions and decisions taken by staff as they follow the detailed guidance set out in the SELB Child Protection Procedures, DENI Circular 199/10 and 2003/13. Children (NI) Order 1995 Guidance and the Area Child Protection Committee Procedures. A hard copy of this policy is also available from the school office.

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