In this section we will put links for parents to make site navigation easier:

Lisnagry School Parent Information Booklets

Lisnagry Information Booklet 2020/21

Lisnagry Information Booklet for Parents of new infants starting school

Lisnagry National School Parents Numeracy Booklet

Lisnagry National School Parents Literacy Booklet

School Newsletters 

School Policies and S.S.E

Helping my Child To Learn

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General/ Curriculum

Helping my Child to Learn

General ​​
  • Website: Help My Kid Learn: This website provides lots of simple ideas that you can build into your day to help them learn more. Resources include card games and hopscotch that help to practice maths, to children’s e-books and apps for reading. Activities and ideas are arranged by age.
  • Supporting Your Child’s Learning at Home: A Publication from the National Parents’ Council
Junior & Senior Infants
First and Second Classes​
Third and Fourth Classes
Fifth and Sixth Classes
Transitioning to Post-Primary

Literacy Information for Parents

Literacy Programmes in use in Lisnagry school:(click on names)

Numeracy Tips for Parents

As a parent you play a key role in your child’s education. The NCCA has developed a number of resources to help you to support your child’s learning in primary school. Many of these are available in various languages. Take a look at the resources for your child’s class: – See more at:  N.C.C.A Resources for parents

Helping your child with maths -First Class

Glossary of Mathematical Terms

 Gaeilge Information for Parents

Parents learning Irish: If you would like to learn Gaeilge and/or develop your irish language skills please see these useful websites:

School Attendance: Importance

Importance of Healthy Lunches: Tips


  • Túsla: Coping with Bullying – For Parents of Children Between 6 and 12 Years. This booklet is for parents of children aged 6 to 12 years who are being bullied and for parents of children who are bullying others. It gives information on the reasons behind bullying and how you can help your
    child if they are being bullied or are bullying other children.
  • The website, which was developed by the National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre (ABC) at Dublin City University, provides information, support and advice for students, teachers and parents on how to recognise and deal with bullying behaviour and allows teenagers to share experiences with their peers online.

Internet Safety : Useful Links

Disclaimer:- Lisnagry NS accepts no responsibility for the content on external websites or any damage incurred to personal computers or files by accessing them. Links here are provided as reference points only for further information.