Congratulations to Caherconlish National School of Co. Limerick for winning Scoilnet's Star Site award!
Caherconlish National School's website has a good, simple and easy to navigate design. The homepage is well layout and makes good use of space and colour. The top of the homepage contains about 10 navigation tabs which makes it easy for visitors to the site to find information easily and quickly. The homepage also contains a newsfeed with the most up to date happens in the school appearing at the top as well as a column to the right containing upcoming events and important dates.
The Information tab of the website contains info on a wide range of topics such as school policies, school enrolment and school self-evaluation. The About Us tab features information on the school staff, mission statement and the history of the school itself. The site also has a section for parents with information on school uniforms, absences, healthy eating and the Parents' Association.
Each class in Caherconlish N.S. has their own dedicated section on the school website which features artwork, visits to the library, making electrical circuits, engineering experiments and even Minecraft yoga! The school also has lots of extra-curricular activities available to pupils such as hurling, camogie, boys & girls' football, boys & girls' soccer as well as a fitness club. It has to be mentioned that Caherconlish N.S. was featured on RTÉ's Operation Transformation such is their commitment to fitness and healthy eating!
Caherconlish N.S. website is well maintained, kept up to date and is easy to navigate. The site is welcoming, easy to use and provides an excellent means of communication between the school, parents and wider community. Well done on winning Scoilnet's Star Site award!
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