Student Council

Subject Blogs, Wellbeing, General School News, Parents Association, Student Council / 30 September 2018
The DES has asked all school to Consult With their School Communities on the Use Of Smart Phones And Tablet Devices in Schools

The DES has asked all school to Consult With their School Communities on the Use Of Smart Phones And Tablet Devices in Schools

The Minister for Education and Skills has decided to request schools to consult with their school community, including teachers, students and parents regarding the use of smart phones, tablets and video recording devices with a view to developing a whole-school policy for their use or updating an existing one. 

Stratford College will consult with staff, students and parents in the coming days.

Read here for more details.

Read more →
General School News, Student Council, Green Schools, Transition Year / 26 September 2018
Stratford joins Senior Social Innovation Action Programme

Stratford joins Senior Social Innovation Action Programme

Students work in teams, explore social issues that concern them and develop and implement creative responses and solutions to social need. Learning is youth-led and value-based, infused with an understanding of human rights, ethics and how innovation contributes to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Certification is given to young social innovators on completion of the programme. Click here for more details.

Read more →
Subject Blogs, Wellbeing, General School News, Junior Cycle, Parents Association, Student Council / 9 September 2017
Are Students Happy? PISA 2015 Results: Students’ Well-Being (published April 2017)

Are Students Happy? PISA 2015 Results: Students’ Well-Being (published April 2017)

On average across OECD countries, 15-year-old students are satisfied with the life they are living: they report a level of 7.3 on a scale of life satisfaction that ranges from 0 to 10. But around 12% of students, on average, are not satisfied with their life:they report 4 or less on the scale.

Read more →