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School Uniform Stockists

Stockists of Crescent College Comprehensive School Uniforms for boys & girls are: Fennessy’s, Gemma’s, Joe Walsh Menswear, Mike O'Connells Menswear & Noel’s Menswear. Girls: Light blue shirt (plain) School tie Navy v-neck pullover with school crest Navy skirt mid-calf...

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Summer Reports for 1st, 2nd, TY & 5th Years on e-Portal

Dear Parents/Guardians, The Summer reports are available to view online on ePortal. To access results via ePortal: 1. Log on to ePortal with your username and password 2. Go to “Report” section located at the bottom left of screen. Below you will see "Report Details"...

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Student Insurance 2020/21

Dear Parents/Guardians, Per the new advised Payment structure for 2020-21, student insurance is included in the cost. This insurance covers a student 24-7 at home and abroad. There is a comprehensive cover on the policy. I am attaching both the Claims procedure and...

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Important Notice from HSE regarding Vaccines

The HSE National Immunisation Office asked the school to share the following link with all parents/ guardians with students in 6th class for the 2019/2020 academic year to alert them about vaccinations in 1st year of secondary school in 2020/2021. Please click on the...

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Fees Now Available to Pay on EPP

Dear Parent Please find attached information regarding the new payment structure for 2020/ 2021. To make paying more convenient we have reduced the number of payments owing and combined payments where possible. All payments can be made via EPP (EasyPayments) either by...

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Sports Gear

All Crescent College Comprehensive SJ sports gear (including the free crested track suit pants for students who are in the process of paying the sports fees via EPP) can now be ordered on the So Hockey website. To ensure availability in September please place your...

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Book Lists 2020/21

Click on link for  book lists. They are also located  on the website under "General Information" heading. Also please remember to download the school app.  

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Collecting Items from Lockers

Students can collect their school books at the following days and times this week. Please wait in your parent's car before being asked to enter the school from the Junior Corridor to access lockers Small numbers of students will be allowed access over the 45 minute...

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Transition Year 2020/21

There have been a few requests from parents/guardians re: the possibility of moving their son/daughter to a different work experience block. It is not possible under any circumstances to make changes to classes/work experience blocks as a lot of consideration has gone...

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Summer Message from Karin Fleming, Princpal 29.5.2020

Dear all, In this my final message to you all, I begin by offering warm congratulations to Mr Diarmuid Mullins who has been appointed to succeed me as Principal. I am confident this news will be welcomed by the entire school community and I have no doubt that Diarmuid...

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Important Message to All 6th Year Students

Important message to all 6th year students: If you are registered for a Leaving Certificate subject which you studied externally, not at school, please email us today with relevant details on info@crescentsj.com.

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Limerick Diocese Mass of Encouragement

Limerick Diocese Mass of Encouragement for all Leaving Cert students and families on the 3 June at 7pm. Crescent will have a little feature at this Liturgy. I encourage you to join this in solidarity for all our 6th years. Link will be posted closer to the time.

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SUSI GRANT ONLINE APPLICATION IS OPEN

From the Guidance Dept. - IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR 6th YEARS: SUSI, the national grant awarding authority, has opened its online application system for academic year 2020-21. As SUSI expects to receive a high number of applications over the coming months, students are...

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To the Class of 2020 from Karin Fleming, Principal

 22/5/2020       Dear Class of 2020,  Today is the day your graduation ceremony should have taken place. Sadly Covid-19 restrictions don’t allow gatherings of this kind at the moment. This is just another consequence of the pandemic for you and all...

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Morning Prayer Continues Daily

Morning Prayer Continues Daily and is Posted on the Morning Prayer Group in TEAMS. It is a beautifully reflective moment to start the day. You can also post a special intention which members will pray for. Wednesday Mornings prayer is led by Grainne Delaney on Zoom....

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Message from the Principal – 18.5.20

 18 May, 2020 Dear students, parents and colleagues, Today marks the beginning of phase 1 of the government’s road map to easing restrictions in the country’s efforts to limit the spread of Covid-19. This phase allows access to schools for teachers only, under strict...

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Notice from CSPE Department – International Tea Day

Notice from the CSPE Department - This week's designated day is a very important one in most Irish households! International Tea Day will be celebrated on the 21st May. Be sure to have a cuppa to mark the day! For more information about International Tea Day click on...

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Message from the Principal 8.5.20

  8 May, 2020   The closure of all schools on 12 March 2020 was one of the exceptional measures taken by the Government, the Department of Education and Skills and the State Examinations Commission in line with advice from the National Public Health...

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Principal’s Weekly Message

7 May 2020 Dear students, staff and parents, The Taoiseach’s statement on Friday, 1 May, made clear what we’d all suspected: there will be no return to school this academic year for students. The reopening of schools in Ireland will happen during the final phase of...

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Message from the Princpal, Karin Fleming, 29.4.20

April 29 2020   Dear students, colleagues and parents, The final term is well and truly underway, though still in the most unusual of circumstances. The good weather has been some consolation in the last weeks so I hope most of you have been able to enjoy some...

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Junior Cycle Update 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians, It has been a time of great uncertainty regarding the Junior Cycle for our Third Year Students. Several announcements from the Minister of Education culminated in a proposal that the Junior Cycle Exams take place in schools next September. Last...

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Helpful Checklist for Parents Use on Microsoft Teams

HELPFUL CHECKLIST FOR PARENTS USE ON MICROSOFT TEAMS Make a list of all subjects your son/daughter is doing. Check they have joined each TEAM corresponding to their subject class on Microsoft Office 365 either on a computer, tablet or other device. EVERY DAY check the...

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A Message from the Principal – Term 3

21 April, 2020 Dear all, I extend a warm welcome ‘back’ to our final term of 2019/20, only 6 weeks remaining. I am conscious that many are experiencing high levels of anxiety at present; in these regular messages I hope to allay some of those fears regarding matters...

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Easter Message from Principal

11 April, 2020 Dear parents, students and colleagues. Though not unexpected, yesterday’s announcement regarding the postponement of the Leaving Certificate exams and new arrangements for the Junior Cycle, is nonetheless momentous for our students, particularly our...

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Easter Egg Appeal

Easter Egg Appeal

Many thanks to all our Families who partner with us to send Gifts to those in Knockalisheen Provision Centre. It is not possible to run our usual Easter Egg Appeal but we are eager to let you know that we are in touch with the Centre and will deliver Easter Eggs to...

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Message from the Board of Management

The board extends its prayers and warmest wishes to students and staff of Crescent and to their families at this challenging time in our country’s history. The board is satisfied that supports are in place for students and teachers to allow them continue their...

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NewsBrands Ireland is Launching Writing Competition

NewsBrands Ireland is launching a writing competition for secondary school students and are being asked to write about their experience of the coronavirus crisis. Deadline for entries is Wednesday, 8th April. The winning work will be published in national and local...

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