Welcome New Junior Infants

We would like to welcome all of our new Junior Infants and their parents to the Togher Boys’ NS community. It is so exciting that we will be seeing everyone in the school on Wednesday 7th of June and again on the 8th of June.

This is such an exciting time for the boys and their parents. Each chid will be starting out on a magical journey where they will make new friends and learn lots of new things in a beautiful caring environment. All of the staff will always prioritise the child in everything they do within the school so that they can reach their full potential.

Of course there are lots of things that need to be organised as well prior to the children starting on the 1st of September. Below you can find out everything you need to know and if you need to chat to someone please contact the office and we will help you in anyway we can.

School books, pencils and colours

All of these will be ordered directly through the school.

Ms Moynihan will inform all parents on how to do this.

  • Uniform
    • SCHOOL JUMPER:   Grey jumper with crest and red and black stripe on V-neck. 
    • SCHOOL SHIRT:       Grey Shirt.
    • SCHOOL PANTS:      Grey Pants.
    • SCHOOL TRACKSUIT:   Black tracksuit with red piping and crest.
    • POLO SHIRT:               Red Polo Shirt worn under the Tracksuit.
    • SHOES:                             Black shoes.
    • Where will I get the uniform?
      • On Friday 17th of June at 08:45 Laura’s will sell all uniforms in the school hall
        • All items will have a 10% reduction on the 17th June
      • If you are not available on the 17th you may purchase uniforms at
        • Laura’s, Unit C1, Dosco Business Park, South Douglas Road, Douglas
    • School Uniform Price List
  • School Lunches
    • Each child is provided with a school lunch by Ashdale
      • CLICK HERE to order school lunch [Please wait until September!]

Reading to your child

Active School

A Prayer for Parents on Challenging Days

All knowing God,

Help me to stop and breathe when a tough moment arises with my child.

Bless me with more patience and awareness when I’m being impatient.

Remind me that my temporary bad mood and harsh words could create a permanent bad memory for my child.

Forgive me when I get it wrong, and help me to do better. Also, help me to forgive myself.

Give me the knowledge that taking a little time out for myself will make me a better parent,
and that laughter truly is the best medicine.

Most of all, thank you for giving me the wonderful gift of a child,
even on those challenging days.