Junior Certificate School Programme

JCSP
🎅🌟JCSP Christmas Celebration🌟🎅

🎅🌟JCSP Christmas Celebration🌟🎅

A Christmas Celebration took place for First & Third Year students completing JCSP today. A Christmas Quiz also took place for each year group. Attendance Certificates were presented and refreshments were served. A special thanks to Mr Moran and Ms Maguire for...

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Second & Third Year JCSP Christmas Bake Off

Second & Third Year JCSP Christmas Bake Off

This December, as part of the JCSP initiative ‘Partnership with Others’ 2nd and 3rd year students put on a Bake Sale in school. Students either made advertising posters, baked or sold cakes on the day. Students will come together to decide on a local charity that will...

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Third Year Students Visit GoQuest

Third Year Students Visit GoQuest

Our 3rd year JCSP group visited GoQuest in Carrickmines this week. The group completed a host of challenges that tested their physical, mental and  teamworking skills. Well done to all involved especially Mr. Moran for organising the trip.

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JCSP operates within the Junior Cycle curriculum. It follows the curriculum framework set out for the Junior Cycle, which is re-focused to cater for JCSP students.

What is JCSP?

  • Involvement in the programme in Boyne Community School brings many benefits to our school including our JCSP library (Sora), additional teaching allocation and further assistance in the form of creative initiatives that help promote student engagement with the Junior Cycle.

 

  • Three areas underpin JCSP, profiling, evaluating initiatives, and recording student progress through self-reflection using subject statements.

 

  • Check out our JCSP Photos section to get a flavour of some of the work of the JCSP Programme.

 

  • The Junior Certificate School Programme attempts to help young people experience success and develop a positive self-image by providing a curriculum and assessment framework suitable to their needs.

 

  • The programme aims to ensure that students actively participate in their learning, make progress and build on their achievements.

 

  • In Boyne Community School our objective is to develop students’ literacy, numeracy, communication and group work skills.

 

  • On completion of the programme, students receive a profile which is an official record of their achievements from the Department of Education and Skills.

JCSP Goals

  • The content of the courses which JCSP students follow emphasise skills, knowledge and concepts selected from Junior Certificate/ Cycle subject syllabi and subject specifications which best explore the aptitudes and abilities of these young peoples’ key skills, knowledge and concepts which are essential for students’ progress in all areas of the curriculum.

 

  • The Programme is designed to ensure that these young people can benefit from their time in school and enjoy the experience of improvement and success.

 

  • It does this by providing a curriculum framework which will assist schools and individual teachers in adopting a student-centred approach to education and in providing students with a programme to meet their individual needs.

 

Meas, Mórtas, Muintearas.

Respect for ourselves and others, pride in our work, and a sense of community.