St Ailbe’s secondary school in Tipp town has received a glowing report from the Dept. of Education in a recent Whole School Evaluation (WSE).
St Ailbe’s is a small co-educational post-primary school under the auspices of Tipperary Education and Training Board (ETB). There are 247 students in the post-primary school, and 49 students enrolled in post-leaving certificate (PLC) courses.
On September 25th last year, an Inspector carried out an assessment of the school’s management, and teaching facilities as required.
The key strengths are: “St Ailbe’s is a school with an obvious commitment to achieving the best for all its students. The board of management is committed and experienced, and working to meet all of its legislative responsibilities. The Principal and Deputy work very effectively as a team, and much progress has been made under their leadership.
Full report in this week’s Tipperary Star. p30