The quality of teaching, and learning and pupil achievement in Anacarty NS is “very good”, according to a newly published WSE report.
A Whole School Evaluation was carried out on the 82-pupil school on Oct. 7th and published this month. The school has witnessed a decline in enrolment in recent years. The board of management of the school was given an opportunity to comment on the findings and recommendations of the report; the board chose to accept the report without response. The Inspector found that “a pleasant atmosphere permeates school activities. Pupils achieve very high standards in reading and Mathematics. The quality of teaching is very good. Pupils are well-behaved and enthusiastic in their learning. Good quality supports are in place for pupils with special educational needs (SEN).”
Full story in this week’s Tipperary Star.