Home-school-community liason scheme

final evaluation report by Sandra Ryan

Publisher: Educational ResearchCentre, St. Patricks College in Dublin

Written in English
Published: Pages: 209 Downloads: 920
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Subjects:

  • Community and school -- Ireland.,
  • Home and school -- Ireland.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography: p207-209.

StatementSandra Ryan.
ContributionsSt. Patrick"s College (Dublin, Ireland). Educational Research Centre.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,209 p. :
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21186623M

What is the Home School Community Liaison Scheme?Our Home School Community Liaison scheme has been in operation here at Scoil Mhuire for the past 8 years and has been a very positive and valuable addition to our school. HSCL aims to increase the link between home and school by encouraging parents to become more involved in their children’s education. The Home School Community Liaison Scheme (HSCL) was established nationally in In the year , the scheme was introduced to the Rosses Community School and the present co-ordinator is Dearbhla Fox. Aim of the Scheme The underlying aim of the scheme is to promote partnership between parents and teachers. Products For Home Schooling. Here is a selection of home schooling products we supply which have been specifically recommended by the HSCL the (Home School Community Liaison Scheme), these are sub-divided into. Literacy games for fun with families and children. Book Lists; Calendar / HOME SCHOOL COMMUNITY LIAISON SCHEME. Failed to fetch Error: URL to the PDF file must be on exactly the same domain as the current web page. Click here for more info ©pipershill

Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) My focus, as an HSCL teacher, is promoting the education of your children, through active co-operation between our school and your home. I work in partnership with you, the parents/guardians, and our teachers here in Desmond in order to enhance the student’s learning experience and encourage their. The Home School Community Liaison Scheme was established in Teachers were initially appointed as liaison officers in a number of primary schools throughout the State in areas of urban disadvantage. In the scheme was extended to post-primary schools. The HSCL Scheme was extended in and again in under DEIS (Delivering. The Home School Community Liaison Scheme in Ireland: From Vision to Best Practice written by the HSCL Coordinators, The HSCL Scheme was initiated as a pilot project in It was designed as a result of a review carried out on the Disadvantaged Areas Scheme, a scheme introduced in , which provided. Home School Community Liaison; Contact Us; Map; Classes. Junior Infants (Ms. Fitzpatrick) Junior Infants (Ms. Burke) Senior Infants (Ms. O’ Grady) 1st Class (Mrs. Mullins) 2nd Class (Mr. Dolly) 3rd Class (Mrs. Lydon) 4th Class (Mrs. Deignan) 5th Class (Mrs. Noone and Ms McGough) 6th Class (Mrs. Cahill) Sunflower Class; Butterfly Class.

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Information Booklet for DEIS schools participating in the Home School Community Liaison Scheme “It is clear from the Irish experience that educational initiatives based in schools can raise the educational level of the adults involved, and result in aFile Size: KB. The home school Community Liaison (HSCL) Scheme has been operating in Bridgteown College since and it was designed to be a preventative structure in promoting full attendance to Leaving Cert or equivalent level.

It provides a framework for co-operation between home, school and the. People searching for Home-School Liaison: Job Description, Qualifications & Salary found the following resources, articles, links, and information helpful. The role of the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) is to act as a link between home, school and the community.

Initiatives that are undertaken during the year include: Parents’ Classes; Science for Fun; Shared Reading; Big Book Participation; Maths for Fun. An example of such action is the Home, School, Community Liaison Scheme (HSCL) in Ireland, the subject of this book.

In this scheme, which emerged from the Department of Education ina third component was identified, namely, the community. The home and school dimension are relatively well advanced in areas where the scheme is developed.

The Home/School Community Liaison Scheme is based on the principle of partnership between homes, schools and communities. This partnership is characterised as “a working relationship that is characterised by a sense of purpose, mutual respect and the willingness to negotiate.

teachers as Home/School/Community Liaison Coordinators in 55 primary schools that were part of DAS at the time. In the scheme was extended to 13 post-primary schools that served the children Home-school-community liason scheme book the original 55 primary schools.

The scheme has been expanded several Home-school-community liason scheme book and is now available in primary schools and post-primary schools. There is an amended version of "Guidelines on the use of the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) Grant" within Circular /(Section six).

The Information Booklet for DEIS schools participating in the Home School Community Liaison Scheme provides Urban Band 1, Band 2 and Post Primary DEIS schools with information on the HSCL Scheme.

The Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) Scheme has been operating in St. Paul’s Community College since and was designed to be a preventative structure in promoting full attendance by students to Leaving Certificate or equivalent level.

It provides a framework for co-operation between home, school and the community. post-primary schools. The Home-School-Community-Liaison (HSCL) scheme is one of the key supports available to participating schools.

This chapter begins by describing the DEIS programme, then briefly describes the approach to its evaluation, and summarises the evaluation findings at primary and post-primary levels to date. The underlying policy of the scheme is one that seeks to promote partnership between parents and teachers.

The purpose of this partnership is to enhance pupil’s learning opportunities and to promote their retention in the educational system. In addition, the HSCL Scheme places great emphasis on collaboration with the local community. Home School Community Liaison Scheme: Assignment of Home School Community Liaison Coordinators within DEIS schools 1.

Purpose of this Circular The purpose of this Circular is to notify managerial authorities, teachers and Principals of the procedures regarding the assignment of Home School Community Liaison Coordinators within.

I am looking forward to working with great people within the school and the wider Ballyfermot community. The aim of the Home School Community Liaison Scheme is to promote partnership and cooperation between home, school and the community to make sure that each child participates fully in.

The Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) Scheme is a central component of DEIS Delivering Equality of Opportunity In Schools, an Action Plan for Educational Inclusion, which aims to combat educational disadvantage, through a range of interventions and strategies, designed to improve educational outcomes for underlying vision and thrust of the HSCL Scheme is.

Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) is a major, mainstream, preventative strategy targeted at pupils at risk of not reaching their potential in the educational system because of background characteristics which tend to affect adversely pupil attainment and school retention.

HSCL - Home School Community Liaison. Under DEIS (Delivering Equality of Opportunity in Schools) the Home School Community Liaison Scheme (HSCL) seeks to promote partnership between parents, teachers and community family support services.A HSCL Coordinator is a teacher from a participating school/s who is released from teaching duties, for a maximum of five years, in order to work.

Home School Community Liaison Scheme (HSCL) HSCL COORDINATOR – MS THÉRÉSE CONNOLLY. The underlying policy of the scheme is one that seeks to promote partnership between parents and teachers. The purpose of this partnership is to enhance pupil’s learning opportunities and to promote their retention in the educational system.

The aim of the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) scheme is to promote partnership between home, school and the community and to ensure that every family participates fully in the school scheme. For example, cookery, yoga, art and craft, parenting, gardening, fitness, music, computers, book clubs etc.

Parents in the Classroom is something. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The Transformational Potential of the Home School Community Liaison Scheme.

The Development of Mens Community Education in Ireland. Community. The Home School Community Liaison Scheme. The goals of the liaison scheme are: To maximise active participation of the children in school.

To promote active co-operation between home, school and relevant community agencies. What is the Home School Community Liaison Scheme. The aim of the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) scheme is to promote partnership between home, school and the community to ensure that every child participates fully in school life.

It fosters a sense of trust between the students, the parents and the school. The Home School Community Liaison scheme has been in operation in ’s College since It is a preventative strategy which targets pupils at risk of, not reaching their full potential in the education system or leaving school early.

Home School Community Liaison Scheme. Home School Community Liaison Coordinator (HSCL) Hello. My name is Nessa Clarke.

If you have any concerns or are worried about your child, please give me a call. I am here to help. I may not always be able to solve the issue, but I may be able to point you in the right direction. The aim of the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) scheme is to promote partnership between home, school and the community and to ensure that every family participates fully in the school scheme.

It fosters a sense of trust between the pupils, the parents/guardians and the school. The HSCL scheme has been up and running in Scoil Mhuire since. Home School Community Liaison Scheme. O Driscoll HSCL email: [email protected] December Triple P Workshops Activities for parents and guardians in the area Nov.

(Please click to read) Triple P Courses OCTOBER Website Built with. At the heart of the Home-School Community Liaison Scheme is the fundamental concept of partnership. She described it as a “crucial insight” and truly believed in its power to transform schools.

The Home School Community Liaison Scheme (HSCL) has been running in Balbriggan Community College since Home School Community Liaison Co-ordinator. Initiatives The One Book Initiative -Opening Ceremony Feb Study Skills Workshop for all Parents & Students of First Year Mr Mc Mahon, Parents.

At Coláiste Clavin, we have a Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) HSCL scheme builds vital links between the school and the home and we strive to support parents in their role as the primary educators of their child(ren). What is the Home School Community Liaison Scheme.

The aim of the Home School Community Liaison (H.S.C.L) scheme is to promote partnership between home, school and the community. The scheme encourages parents to become involved in their child’s education.

It contributes to the improved attendance participation. Home School Community Liaison – HSCL “The underlying policy of the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) Scheme is one that seeks to promote partnership between parents and teachers. The purpose of this partnership is to enhance pupils’ learning opportunities and to promote their retention in the education system.

In addition, the HSCL Scheme places great. Home School Community Liaison The Home School Community Liaison scheme aims to support students through creating a partnership between parents, teachers and community agencies.

This partnership produces a shared sense of purpose in meeting the student’s needs. The scheme acknowledges the central role that the parent/guardian plays in the.Home School Community Liaison We are very fortunate to have the Home School Community Liaison (HSCL) scheme here in our school.

The aim of the scheme is to promote partnership between home, school and the community and to ensure that every child participates fully in the school scheme. The five goals of the HSCL Scheme focus on • supporting.Home School Community Liaison (HSCL).

“Building strong, sustainable supports between home, school and community.” We are very fortunate to have t the National Home School Community Liaison Scheme can bring to our school’s curriculum. Some of the main roles of the Home School Coordinator in Bunclody Vocational College are.