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Fourth Class Book List 2018 – 2019

A Book Rental scheme operates in our school. This covers the textbooks required for all areas of the curriculum. Parents are requested to purchase workbooks at each class level and to contribute towards the cost of photocopying of additional worksheets for class and homework.

Workbooks which you will need to purchase. Please cover these books, put the child’s name clearly on the cover and have them ready for September:

Go with the Flow Handwriting F Cursive (CJ Fallon)

Fuaimeanna agus Focail Rang 4 (Folens)

Table Toppers 4 (CJ Fallon)

Where on Earth – 3rd Class (Folens)(3rd & 4th are using the same book)

English Dictionary (Oxford School Dictionary is recommended)

The total which you will need to pay to cover all other expenses for Fourth Class is €50.00 which covers:

School Journal – €5.00

Stationery, copies, folders – €10.00

Photocopying – €10.00

Art and Craft materials – €10.00

Book Rental – €15.00

Textbooks and programmes covered by Book Rental Scheme

Maths – Planet Maths and Maths Mate

Grow in Love – Religion

Reading Zone and Streets Ahead readers, Supplementary readers and novels, Jolly Grammar

Abair Liom, Léigh sa Bhaile and Irish readers

SESE Book

Other items which each child will need to bring to school and have at home for homework

Each child will need a pencil, ball point pens (red, blue & black), rubber, parer, ruler, colouring pencils and pritt stick. Children arriving to school without the above stationery will be required to purchase them from the school shop.  Tippex or markers are not allowed in school. At home, each child also needs access to a Tables Book for learning maths tables, an Irish Foclóir (An Gúm) and an Atlas (Phillips is recommended). These books can remain at home, as there is a supply in school under the Book Rental scheme.

As per last year we are proposing a €50 Voluntary Contribution per family in order to help us resource our school.  Please note that this is a Voluntary Contribution and there is no pressure to contribute.  If you would like to contribute we would be grateful if you could send in the money by the end of September.

The school re-opens on Friday 31st August  2018