Mission Statement

IMG_6394Mission Statement Of Curraglass National School

Curraglass N.S. is a co-educational Catholic school under the patronage of the Bishop of Cloyne. Curraglass N.S. is a school with a Catholic ethos. Curraglass N.S. also welcomes children of other nationalities and faiths and respects their beliefs and culture.

In Curraglass N.S., we aim to work in harmony with parents, clergy, teachers and school staff, children and all other interests in developing the spiritual, physical, moral and intellectual talents and abilities of all pupils.

It is our mission to educate the whole child and to strive for each child to fulfill his/ her potential. It is our mission that each child will experience success in school and their unique talents and abilities will be praised.

It is our mission that each child will be helped to develop a strong sense of self and self-worth. We strongly believe that self esteem and self belief are crucial for each child in order to succeed in school and in the wider world.

It is our mission to instill in the children a love and respect for their local area, local customs and traditions. We also aim to instill in children a love and respect for Ireland’s language, culture and traditions. We seek to develop a sense of responsibility in the children towards preserving our local, national and global environment for future generations.

Our Vision at Curraglass National School

In Curraglass National School we believe that every child is entitled to feel affirmed and valued in school. We aim to provide a safe environment where happiness and enhancement of self-esteem are of prime importance. The children should be valued for their individuality, culture and heritage. They should be encouraged to develop to their full potential in a stimulating and caring environment and leave us as well-rounded, confident, caring individuals with happy memories of their time with us.

 

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