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14 December 2018 ~ Comments Off on Peace Proms

Peace Proms

This week, our 4th class attended rehearsal for Peace Proms in the National Indoor Arena along with over 1000 other school children.

It was great for the children to meet and work with the wonderful conductor Greg Beardsley and they really enjoyed the day.  We are really looking forward to taking part in the Peace Proms concert on 3rd February in RDS and heard today that it is a sell out!!

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07 December 2018 ~ Comments Off on How To Catch a Star

How To Catch a Star

‘Once there was a boy who was always looking up. He dreamt of having a star as a friend. This is the story of his adventure’

This week, 1st Class visited The Ark to see a non-verbal, puppet version of the much loved book How to Catch a Star by Irish author Oliver Jeffers. As well as the show, the children visited Dublin Castle, the Chester Beatty Gardens and, highlight of the day for many, the port tunnel!

The children were so well behaved and did our school proud.


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17 February 2017 ~ Comments Off on Mid-term break arrangements

Mid-term break arrangements

School closed for the mid-term break from Monday 20th

 to Fri 24th February  

School re-opens at 8.30am

on Monday 27 February.

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14 February 2017 ~ Comments Off on Walk for Water Skerries Educate Together- Thursday 16th February 2017.

Walk for Water Skerries Educate Together- Thursday 16th February 2017.

Students from Skerries Educate Together National School

to “Walk for Water” in solidarity

with young people in Africa.


14th of February 2017

Students from Skerries Educate Together National School will “Walk for Water” in solidarity with children and teenagers across the globe who have to undertake arduous journeys every day to collect water for their families. The “Walk for Water” will take place on the 16th of February at 10.30am. The children in Seolta and the infant classes will parade outside the school as we send 1st to 6th class off on their walk. They will walk from the school to Red Island and back. This action is one of many hundreds of actions taking place around the world in the lead up to World Water Day, March 22nd 2017.


About Water Poverty

Did you know that, in parts of Kenya, children, especially girls, walk an average of 6kms per day to collect water, carrying up to 20 litres of water on their journey?

As a result of the time it takes to collect water, many children, especially girls, are unable to remain in school, and without education, find themselves caught in a cycle of poverty.

Often, the water collected is unclean and up to 2,000 children die every day from diseases associated with lack of access to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities.

Ending the water and sanitation crisis will help break the poverty cycle, increase school attendance, and save lives.


About World Water Day and Water Action Month

World Water Day is held annually on March 22nd as a means of focusing attention on the need for safe, clean, water supplies and the sustainable management of fresh water resources throughout the world. Since 2016, the month of March is designated as Water Action Month – an entire month dedicated to activities and mobilisations across the globe aimed at addressing water poverty.


About Aidlink

Aidlink, an Irish NGO working in Kenya, Uganda and Ghana, annually organises the Walk for Water campaign with Irish Secondary Schools in the run up to World Water Day on March 22nd.

Aidlink has worked for over 30 years in the developing world to address basic human needs, including access to safe, clean water and sanitation facilities.

Aidlink emphasises the important role of water and sanitation facilities in prolonging girls’ attendance at school. In the communities where Aidlink work, the introduction of water tanks and girl-friendly latrines has had a huge impact on young girls and their ability to stay in education into their teenage years.



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25 November 2014 ~ Comments Off on



Friday 5th December

in the school hall


Junior/Senior Infants & 1st class

5pm – 6pm


2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th class

7pm – 8.30pm


– Free entry to all students of Skerries ETNS

-Children will need to be dropped off and picked up by a parent/carer

– No stiletto heels to be worn


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01 September 2014 ~ Comments Off on Junior Infants – Lunch Forms

Junior Infants – Lunch Forms

Dear Parents, Free School Lunch forms going home today for Junior Infants classes only. Please return completed forms by Wednesday morning to the teacher. Please provide your own drink for your child.  If you have any questions about the form, please call into the office and speak to Sharon.If you do not want to partake in the free lunch scheme do not return the form. Thank you.

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21 December 2013 ~ Comments Off on Nollaig Shona!

Nollaig Shona!

Happy Christmas to all from Louise’s Junior Infants!

We have been very busy preparing for Christmas this week.  We read the story of the Gingerbread Man and made Gingerbread Men and Women.  However, one little man decided to try and make a run for it.  Luckily, we caught him just in time to eat him!

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21 December 2013 ~ Comments Off on Christmas Tree Ornaments

Christmas Tree Ornaments

We had lots of fun making salt dough ornaments to decorate the Christmas tree!


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18 October 2013 ~ Comments Off on More Maths Week fun!

More Maths Week fun!

Sylvia’s 5th and 6th classes had lots of fun with Deirdre’s, Caroline’s, Joanne’s, Jenny’s, Dee’s and Louise’s classes on Thursday.

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16 October 2013 ~ Comments Off on We used our maths eyes today!

We used our maths eyes today!

Caroline and Sylvia’s classes worked together to use their maths eyes today.

What do YOU see?


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