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19 September 2016

Afterschool Clubs 2016

Please note that registration day for Afterschool Clubs will take place on Thursday, 22nd September at 6:30pm in the school.  If you cannot attend this date you will be able to register on Friday, 23rd at 08.30am outside the school office.  Please note that you can only book a maximun of two clubs per child.  We will notify parents if there are still places available after registration and then you may book further clubs.

Please let us know on the back of the registration form if your child has any medical conditions.  Due to data protection the school can not give out medical information.

Looking forward to a new term of after school clubs!

The Afterschool Clubs Committee

Afterschool Clubs Registration Form

Afterschool Clubs Memo

18 September 2016

5th class trip to Brú na Bóinne September 2016

5th class are doing a project on the Stone age at the moment and as part of that work, we visited Brú na Bóinne. Keep an eye outside our classroom for our project work. Parents and friends are welcome to come in and view the projects on Friday 30th September at 8.30am. Many thanks to Viktorija who acted as class photographer for the day.


13 September 2016

Birthday Invitations and birthday cakes

Parents, we kindly request that you do not ask your child’s teacher to hand out birthday invitations or birthday cake in class or yard.  We appreciate your co-operation with this. Thank you

06 September 2016

The write shop, write now for school supplies

Pencils always breaking?

Rubber always smearing?

Then you need the new improved school shop!

With prices slashed across the store, it has never been a better time to use the school shop!

Opening hours have been extended to 4 days a week, Monday to Thursday.

Location: Outside Sylvia’s 5th class room.

Time: 10.05-10.15 Monday to Thursday.

Come down at break time to get your stationary.

Teachers. Order your teacher pack now!

Black/red biros 55c each. Two for €1.

Pencil 49c

Rubber €1.40

Pencil parer 50c

15cm ruler €1.50

30cm ruler €1.90




30 August 2016

School re-opens Wednesday 31st August at 8.30am.

Welcome back to school everyone on Wed 31st of August at 8.30am. Please line up in yard as per last year and wait for your teacher. Enjoy the last 2 days of holidays.

For new Junior Infants, Please line up with your child in the yard with the playhouse. Tom and Louise will meet you in this yard and escort you to the classroom. The Parent’s Association will host a coffee morning in the hall on the 31st for all new parents.

18 July 2016

New Teachers

We would like to introduce parents to the three new teachers starting with us on 31st of August 2016.
Tom O’Donoghue – Junior Infants
Eleanor Foley – Second/Third Class
Laoise Gormley – Second Class

29 June 2016

Virtual Cycle

The school raised over 8,500 euro. We had wonderful fun. Sylvia’s class raised the most and won a trip to storm in a tea cup. Thanks to everyone who took part.

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29 June 2016

Senior infants school tour

Senior infants went to Skerries Community Centre and had a great day on the bouncy castles and zorbing.

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29 June 2016

Out and about with Jean’s 1st Class

Budding archaeologists from first class set off for Loughshinny in May to be close to the Roman settlement site discovered in nearby Drumanagh in recent years.  Peter O’Neill, poet and author, and father of Rebecca in first class,  worked with me to introduce the children to some of the ways of the Romans in the first century.   This project work included learning about the origins of the Roman Empire, schooldays, toys, games, food, clothes, roman numerals, roman pottery and even a little latin.   After a fortnight of classroom learning the children took part in a treasure hunt on Loughshinny beach, marched like legionnaires and some even attempted to play knucklebones (nowadays called Jacks).  The trip to Loughshinny included a visit to the boathouse.  Here, the children discovered an amazing monster made from recycled GAA footballs. Finally we headed back to Ardgillan playground for lots more fun!

Our school tour to Rathbeggan Lakes in June was great fun as we teamed up with Lauren’s and Sylvia’s classes for a action-packed fun-filled day.  A million thanks to all the parents who came along to help.

Finally, I would like to wish my class all the very best in second class!  You are truly wonderful and I will miss you!

JeanJean 11 Jean 10 Jean 9 Jean 8 Jean 7 Jean 6 Jean 5 Jean 4 Jean 3 Jean 2 Jean 1

29 June 2016

Message from Tomás

Hello to all children, staff and parents,

Imagine it’s the end of June and we’re all about to separate as we head off on our Summer holidays.  It has been another important year of growing and developing at our school.

Congratulations to all in the school community for the recent success with our Virtual Cycle. Imagine we raised over eight thousand euros! Thanks to the leaders who helped to organise it all.

Well done to everybody for all those other great things that happened during this past year – St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Seachtain na Gaeilge, Cor Fheile na Scoile, the Big Bear Planetarium, Friendship week and all the performances at assemblies and at the end of term. In fact, well done to all the children for their performances at our Graduation Ceremony when we all said goodbye to the 6th class of 2016. They were great!

Thank you to all the staff for your hard work throughout the year. Thanks also to parents for your support and, again, hard work throughout the year. Thank you to all the boys and girls at our school for being such fantastic people and for coming to our school every day and working as hard as they do!

I wish everybody a happy and fun-filled summer break. We will see you all on Wednesday 31st August. Slán,