The Yellow Flag Programme is a progressive equality and diversity initiative for primary and secondary schools which promotes and supports an environment for inter-culturalism. St. Oliver's School is delighted to be taking part in the Yellow Flag Programme this year.
Lots of work has been done so far, the setting up of our committee, and Yellow Flag Launch at Muckross House with the Monastery School, the Intercultural Review and presently the setting up of the Yellow Flag Corners/notice boards with wonderful displays of our diversity, interculturalism and inclusiveness with the important messages of how we are all equal. Many events are planned for the months ahead and we will keep you all informed. Please look at the Gallery Section for some photos of recent events.
If a parent has any suggestions, we will have a suggestions box at the "Parent Notice Board" in School.
For more information on the yellow flag programme, please visit www.yellowflag.ie
To Follow our progress on The 8 Steps of the Yellow Flag Programme click on the link below:
Also our Action Plans may by reviewed by clicking on Action Plan for 2014, and Action Plan 2015-2016 and Action Plan 2016-2017 ..Please see our Action Plan for 2017-18 by clicking the link and also Action Plan 2019-2020
St Oliver's School has families from many different countries.
Our Yellow Flag Diary for Term 1 Sept-Dec 2017
Below you can view some of our Yellow Flag Diaries