Ardscoil La Salle is offering a FREE five week Social Cookery for Fun! Healthy Food Made Easy course on FIVE Monday Mornings
Each class will involve working with other adults to make a healthy meal, after which you can sit down and enjoy your meal and socialise with other parents. You can bring a container and take some home. If you bring extra ingredients you might even have the family dinner sorted!
The course is aimed at supporting people interested in healthier eating without breaking the bank. During the classes ther will be information sessions covering important information about food and food shopping. It is run by the HSE and the Northside Partnership. There is a dietician available - you can pass on questions to her through the instructor and she will join the class for one session if her schedule allows.
Welfare payments are not affected by participating in this course.
|When does it start?||4 March 2019 (No Class St Patrick's Day Bank Holiday 18 March)
|When does it end?||8 April 2019|
|How many sessions?||5|
|What day is it on?||Monday|
|What time is it on?||9.30 - 11.30 am|
|Who is the instructor?||Linda Scanlan
|Where does it take place?||Home Economics Room, Ardscoil La Salle|
|What do I need?||Nothing|
|What does it cost?||Free of Charge
|Who sponsors the course?||Funded by the HSE
Organised through the Northside Partnership
|Who can join?||Intended for parents of ALS students but is open to any adult member of the community.|
Book Your FREE Place NOW! ONLY 16 PLACES AVAILABLE! BOOK EARLY!
Include Your Name, Contact Number and the Message "Cookery Course"
School Hours Mon - Thur
Home School Community Liaison Office
|Walk-in availability 9.00 - 9.30 am
By appointment at other times
|Mobile||086 750 9998||Leave a voice message or send a text requesting a call - be sure to include your name and that of your child
|Phone||01 8480055 ext 206|
The Home/School Community Liaison Scheme is based on the principle of partnership between homes, schools and communities.
The Home School Communiy Liaison Person is available to meet with parents, guardians and other responsible persons in the school or alternatively is also available for Home Visits if you would like to discuss a matter in the privacy and comfort of your own home. This is the first year of HSCL in ALS and the focus at the moment is supporting parents on issues of attendance, achievement and general wellbeing of your children. The HSCL focuses on parents while the Chaplain, Counsellor, Yearheads and Tutors focus on the children themselves.
The home school liaison will also try to provide information to parents on support organisations available to them and their children on a wide range of issues. A large a number of emails are received each week with information regarding parent and child issues as well as leisure and educational courses which might interest some parents (most of which are free). Past courses in other schools have including First-Aid, computers, Irish, Sewing, Parenting, Zumba and Art & Crafts. Details will be posted on this webpage and updated regularly.
The home school liaison will run several free courses within the school each year, and will inform parents of courses run by other HSCLs in other schools in the community. Most courses are free and any parent (or grandparent or guardial) can attend any course in any school. Early booking is essential.
The HSCL works with other HSCLs and Community Groups on a regular basis.
The school never email you about serious matters relating to your child unless you specifically request it
The hscl will only use your email address to forward details of courses or support structures
- we receive many of these which are meant for parents in general
Not every parent need all of them but most parents will find some of them useful
The HSCL is provided by TUSLA as a part of our new DEIS status.