Teaching & Learning

Our students are central to everything we do.

Establishing an environment conducive to good teaching and learning is essential to achieving success in the classroom.

We foster successful interaction in the classroom by celebrating the three main tenets of our code of behaviour:

  • Respect for self
  • Respect for others
  • Respect for property

The subject teacher is key to achieving high standards and effective discipline with all our students.

Subject teachers must:

  • Make clear and concise demands on our students
  • Make consistent use of policies and procedures in all aspects of classroom management.

Corporal punishment is not permitted in any circumstances. Demands which are reasonable and fair and made within the framework of agreed school policies and procedures will normally be met by our students.

The school journal is used to communicate both positive and negative observations to parents.

Regular monitoring of the journal by staff and parents is most important to aid effective classroom management.

An essential aspect of best classroom practice is praise and affirmation. The Principal and staff will support all positive contributions that students make to their class, year group and school. This will be acknowledged in weekly Tutor News or awards that are given during the school year.

The Teaching & Learning Framework of continuing professional development in the form of subject departments is very significant in supporting the work of the subject teacher in the classroom.

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Payments facility

Parents can make payments direct to the school by clicking on the link hereunder to pay for school fees, trips/tours, fundraising events, evening study, transition year, etc.

About Us

Our schools mission is to provide the best possible education based on Christian/Catholic values in partnership with parents and within a caring community. This school incorporates the characteristics of Salesian Education as practised by St John Bosco. Read more...

Don Bosco

John Bosco was born on 16th August, 1815, to the east of Turin. From a very early age he decided that he would dedicate his life to helping young people. Read more...

Contact Information

Salesian Secondary College
Don Bosco Road
Pallaskenry
Co Limerick
V94 WP86

Phone: +353 (061) 393105
Fax: +353 (061) 393298

Reception Opening times
Monday – Friday: 8.30am to 4.30pm

School Opening times
Monday, Wednesday & Friday:
9.00am to 3.20pm

Tuesday & Thursday:
9.00am to 4.00pm

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