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  • First Year Induction
    are introduced to some of these possible challenges During the two days the students get an opportunity to learn all they need to know for their first week in secondary school eg lunches classroom rules books etc They are also given an opportunity to discuss and reflect on their experiences as a new student and any issues that they may encounter They are also introduced to the core values of Respect Responsibility and Consequences in second level school RESPECT Initiative A RESPECT initiative was launched in to tackle the identified behaviours while building on a whole school approach Signs were placed around the school to promote respect awareness Teachers took one class to teach students about our RESPECT initiative RESPECT poster competition held with prizes for winners RESPECT literacy competition with prizes for winners RESPECT quotes displayed in the school foyer Friends for Life Programme To support positive behaviour the Friends for Life Programme is introduced to all first year students The PBL teacher teaches the programme with the help of the SPHE teacher Mr McGrath every Wednesday and Friday in the SPHE class Friend for Life is a Youth Resilience Programme for building coping skills to help students manage worry Schedule Day 1 9 00 Principal and Deputy Principal welcome students and give each student their journal 9 38 Feelings about starting second level school a walking discussion with Ms Dermody and Ms Doyle 10 16 Introduction to the school floor plan with a guided tour of the school to finish in the canteen where Vera and Caitriona will speak to the students 10 52 BREAKTIME 11 08 Time tabled class where subject teacher may introduce classroom expectations show students how to use their textbooks and give an overview of their subject 11 45 Time tabled class 12 24

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  • Home School Community Liaison Teacher
    of Events ECA Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes Outdoor Education Soccer Basketball Fishing News Gallery Home School Community Liaison Teacher The college has a full time Home School Community Liaison co ordinator Ms Vanessa Murphy who can be contacted on 085 1057782 The HSCL post is in place to increase the link between home and school by encouraging parents to become more involved in their children s education It aims to support students and parents by promoting and supporting self development literacy skills and various activities so that parents can be confident in their role as the primary educators of their children playing an active part in encouraging their child s educational and personal advancement Activities and events are organised by the HSCL home school community liaison teacher to encourage increased positive contact between parents teachers and local community groups Activities include Meetings with parents in school or in parent guardians home over the course of the year Coffee Information mornings 1 or 2 per year to meet parents and discuss issues Running classes courses programmes etc for parents on a range of topics such as Computers Internet Use Photography Cookery Aerobic class etc Transfer programmes for pupils moving from

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  • Mentoring Programme
    Second Level Subject Information Junior Cycle Junior Certificate School Programme Leaving Certificate Leaving Certificate Applied SEC Application Forms First Year Enrolment Form Transfer Application Form PLC PLC Welcome Courses Community and Health Services Early Childhood Care and Education Early Childhood Care Education Level 6 Information Processing Horticulture Office Administration PLC Information Grant Guidance Information for Learners PLC Application Form PLC Calendar of Events ECA Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes Outdoor

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  • Meitheal
    Grant Guidance Information for Learners PLC Application Form PLC Calendar of Events ECA Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes Outdoor Education Soccer Basketball Fishing News Gallery Student Support Meitheal Meitheal seeks to promote and foster good relationships within school communities thus creating a secure safe and co operative environment On arrival in first year the transition from primary to second level education is made easier for students by members of our College s Meitheal team Sixth year students who act as mentors undergo specific training to help the first years cope in their new school environment The senior students act as mentors for the incoming first year students The Meitheal programme is a programme based on respect between students and one that enables students to take responsibility for the safety and well being of all who share a school environment Meitheal in New Ross Vocational College is co ordinated by Mr Jim O Connor There are four Meitheal leaders currently in sixth year The Meitheal leaders identify with the students facilitate the first years to get to know each other and are an accessible support for the new student They organise activities that promote positive relationships within the first year group

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  • Special Ed. Needs
    who have low levels of achievement in literacy or mathematics and who have not been allocated resource hours by the NCSE International students EAL and students from the traveler community Inclusion Team To ensure the needs of students are met the college has an Inclusion Team steered by Ms Reddington the school s appointed Learning Support Resource co ordinator The team meets weekly to develop and deliver policies and programmes thatcater for students with special educational needs Students are assessed programmes are designed and implemented and resources to be used identified and students records kept A review of students progress is monitored and needs are identified and addressed A regular review of students in receipt of learning support resource is conducted and amendments to the learning support list made to ensure that all students in need of support receive it The College has two Learning Support Resource teachers Ms Grace Reddington and Ms Anne Donoghue and a dedicated team of support teachers Students assessed as having SEN are given Support by Ms Reddington Ms Donoghue and the team of support teachers The support given is individualised teaching either on a one to one basis or in small group with students of similar difficulties At times support can be in the form of team teaching where a support teacher assists the student in class A whole school approach to Literacy and Numeracy is adopted throughout the curriculum Teachers in all subjects are aware of the challenges that students face in these areas and adopt strategies to support student needs Assessment Students experiencing difficulties in the area of literacy and or numeracy are assessed by Ms Reddington Parental permission is sought for educational assessment and parents are informed of the nature of the support given to their child It is our policy to prioritise Junior classes in the area of Learning Support The Inclusion team in consultation with subject teachers and parents make a decision on names of students to be referred for assessment by National Educational Psychological Service and application for assessments are made Reasonable Accomodation for the Certificate Exams RACE The names of students considered by subject teachers to be in need of Reasonable Accommodation for the Certificate Exams RACE are submitted to the Inclusion team and a decision made as to which students will be put forward for reasonable accommodation Applications are processed to the Department of Education and Skills by the RACE co ordinator after consultation with parents and students Supports Currently available in the College are Learning Support Teacher Works with students either on a one to one or group basis to address an identified short term need i e help with reading maths etc The Learning Support Teacher alsoworks with International students in developing their English language skills Resource Teacher Works with an individual or group who has a specific learning or behavioural difficulty such as Specific Learning Difficulties Dyslexia General Learning Difficulties ADHD visually impaired and have been allocated hours by the National Council for

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  • Student Support Team
    Leaving Certificate Leaving Certificate Applied SEC Application Forms First Year Enrolment Form Transfer Application Form PLC PLC Welcome Courses Community and Health Services Early Childhood Care and Education Early Childhood Care Education Level 6 Information Processing Horticulture Office Administration PLC Information Grant Guidance Information for Learners PLC Application Form PLC Calendar of Events ECA Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes Outdoor Education Soccer Basketball Fishing News Gallery Student Support Team Student Support Team Student Support Team formerly known as the Care Team in our school consists of the Guidance Counsellor Home School Community Liaison teacher the Resource Learning Support teacher JCSP Co ordinator Behaviour for Learning teacher Principal and Deputy Principal The team meet once a week providing a consistent co ordinated approach towards caring for our students The team identifies and assist students who may be in danger of opting out of school and who require particular interventions They also identify students who are under stress for any reason who may need extra support Students who have been identified for various reasons as possibly being in need of some extra targeted support are discussed Appropriate interventions to meet the student s needs are discussed and appropriate interventions are put in

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  • Homework Club and Evening Study Club
    BFLT Transfer Programme Second Level Subject Information Junior Cycle Junior Certificate School Programme Leaving Certificate Leaving Certificate Applied SEC Application Forms First Year Enrolment Form Transfer Application Form PLC PLC Welcome Courses Community and Health Services Early Childhood Care and Education Early Childhood Care Education Level 6 Information Processing Horticulture Office Administration PLC Information Grant Guidance Information for Learners PLC Application Form PLC Calendar of Events ECA Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes Outdoor Education Soccer Basketball Fishing News Gallery Homework Club and Study Club HOMEWORK CLUB First and second year students are encouraged to avail of supervised Homework sessions which run throughout the school term Monday to Thursday inclusive Homework club is from 4pm 5pm each evening All first and second students are welcome to avail of this facility where students do their homework with help available from the supervising teachers and Special Needs Assistant There is a small fee for this provision A snack is provided at that start of the session each evening This programme is subsidised by the School Completion Programme STUDY CLUB All third fifth and sixth year students are encouraged to avail of supervised Study sessions which run throughout the school term Monday to Thursday

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  • Behaviour for Learning Teacher (BFLT)
    Leaving Certificate Applied SEC Application Forms First Year Enrolment Form Transfer Application Form PLC PLC Welcome Courses Community and Health Services Early Childhood Care and Education Early Childhood Care Education Level 6 Information Processing Horticulture Office Administration PLC Information Grant Guidance Information for Learners PLC Application Form PLC Calendar of Events ECA Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes Outdoor Education Soccer Basketball Fishing News Gallery The Role of the Behaviour for Learning Teacher BFLT The role entails the following Work with students who are presenting with behavioural difficulties in order to improve their behaviour and enable them to learn more effectively Liaise with the HSCL Home School Liaison Officer Guidance Counsellor Learning Support S N A s and Resource teachers and Subject Teachers in order to draft Behaviour for Learning Plans Liaise with the Care Team Inclusion Team and Strategy Team subject teachers class teachers and Year Heads to identify students in need of behavioural modification programmes Have regular contact with parents of students attending Cul Nua Behaviour for Learning classroom with regard to behaviour progress etc Work directly with Students for cycles of 6 12 weeks after which time the students are phased back into class with contact maintained to assist integration The school also works with 1 st years offering a Development class whereby programmes such as Alert which works on improving concentration and coordination are run for 10 weeks This programme develops all students socially and educates them on nutrition helping students with dyspraxia and other coordination difficulties Many programmes are offered to students in N R V C Friends for life is a social and emotional programme running at the moment with 1 st years it was introduced by N R V C to support students ability to express and communicate in healthy ways Working Things Out

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