Déise College
Co. Waterford

Email: info@deisecollege.ie
Phone: 058 48623

Supervised Study Attendance

To facilitate the smooth running of study and to allow parent/guardian to monitor their son/daughter’s attendance at study, parents have two options which are outlined below.

Both options are successfully in operation at the College. Please decide which option best suits you and tick the appropriate box on the relevant application form.

However, we strongly recommend Option One, as from past experience, we have noticed that this motivates students more to attend and absenteeism rates amongst “Option Two” students are a lot higher than “Option One” students.

Parent/guardian provides a note explaining their awareness of the student’s non-attendance at a study session.  This note must be presented at the next session that the student attends, this prevents “dossing”. Text/phone messages or phone calls are not accepted instead of a note. If the student does not provide the note they will not be allowed into the session.  They will be asked to leave the premises or alternatively sit in reception if somebody is unable to collect them immediately. This cannot happen on a consistent basis or the student will be asked to move to Option 2..  This system is strictly adhered to and no exceptions will be made.  On attending the next session the pupil must provide a note excusing all absences from study including the session they were not allowed into.  We then know that parents are aware that their son/daughter was not at Déise College at the required time. Any student on “Option One” who is found to be forging notes for non-attendance may be asked to permanently leave the College.

A parent/guardian may decide with their son/daughter to monitor their attendance together, therefore, an attendance record will not be kept for these students and notes will not be required for non-attendance.

Note: The College will not be responsible for students not presenting themselves for study.

Application Forms & Brochures
Supervised Study
Students from 1st to 6th years can participate in a variety of study programmes each evening, on Saturdays and during school holiday breaks. more
The College provides grinds from first to sixth years. First and Second year is a good time to improve individual standards. Pupils find that they can solve any problem areas early. more
A range of courses and summer camps for primary and secondary school students. We also run a number of study skills seminars throughout the year. more
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