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20 September 2018


Please read carefully as the system has changed significantly.

Attached is the clubs timetable for autumn 2018. This term we are trying a new system where you must register for clubs online via the school website.


Afterschool Clubs Code of Conduct

Registration will be open on Friday morning, 21st September and close at 9pm on Sunday 23rd.


  • Follow the link on the school website.
  • Complete the form online (1 form per child) – following instructions.
  • You will receive confirmation email that your application has been received.
  • Club places will be allocated on Monday when you will receive details of your allocated clubs and what payment is due.
  • Early applications will not be processed.



When: Tuesday 25th September

Where: At the school (front entrance by bike shed)

Time:  6-8pm


  • A completed insurance form for each child (mandatory) – available on the school website
  • Payment (including €7 for insurance)


If payment is not received on payment night you will lose your place in the club. If you cannot attend you can send someone in your place.

Please do not contact the school as clubs are not run by the school.

17 September 2018

Sea life talk 5th class

Johnny and John came in to both 5th classes today to give us a talk about all the wonderful plants and animals living around our coasts.

We learnt lots of interesting facts.

Thank you so much Johnny and John

17 September 2018

Parent Assembly Dates 2018-2019

Dear Parents,

Here are the dates for the Parent Assemblies for the year.


Friday 5th October

Friday 9th November

Friday 7 December


Friday 11 January

Friday 8th February

Friday 15 March

Friday 3rd May

Friday 14th June


29 August 2018

Welcome Back

Dear Parents,

We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow morning at 8.30am. Junior Infants finish at 11am each morning until 7th September. All other classes finish at their normal times, Senior Infants at 1.10pm and First class to 6th class at 2.10pm.

We would like to remind parents there is no parking on the school grounds without a parking permit.

See you all tomorrow.


29 June 2018

Skerries Educate Together NS Marathon 2018 – Day 37 and final update

Hi everyone,

We are delighted to report that we have reached our destination of Vietnam, ending up in the capital city Hanoi after a journey of 661 km today.  This brings our total distance travelled since we left Skerries 36 days ago to a staggering 14,412 km.  Some of the children have run more than two marathons (84 km) during this time and the average distance that each child has covered is over 44 km, and they will take home a certificate of achievement marking their participation in the programme.  It has been great to see all of the children take on the challenge with such enthusiasm and energy, and we hope that it has been a positive experience for all of the families in the school.

A huge word of thanks has to go to all of the teachers and SNAs who implemented the programme each day, it simply couldn’t have happened without their support and dedication.  It was great to watch their encouragement of the children each step of the way (and they clocked up a significant number of kilometres themselves).

We plan to revisit the initiative in the third term next year (destination unknown at this point) and in the meantime we hope that you all manage to keep active and healthy over the summer.

For the final time, you can check out our exact route by clicking on the link below:


All the best,


28 June 2018

Skerries Educate Together NS Marathon 2018 – Day 36 update

Hi everyone,

We are now within striking distance of Vietnam and hope to reach our destination after tomorrow’s efforts.  As for today, we have crossed into Laos and we will spend the night in the town of Muang Xai, which is the capital of the region and lies in a valley between two large mountains (whose names I can’t remember at the moment).  To get here, we added another 468 km bringing our grand total to 13,751 km so we should also break the 14,000 km barrier tomorrow.

You can follow our exact route by clicking on the link below:


All the best,


27 June 2018

Skerries Educate Together NS Marathon 2018 – Day 35 update

Hi everyone,

We are edging ever closer to Vietnam this week and all the children are making a big push over the last few days.  Today we completed our highest daily total to date, covering 747 km and bringing our overall total to 13,283 km.  We have crossed another international border too, arriving in the beautiful Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park (a natural tongue-twister) in Thailand for a night’s camping underneath the stars.  The park covers 524 square kilometres, is mainly covered with forests and contains the second highest peak in Thailand, namely Doi Pha Hom Pok mountain, which at 2,285m high is over twice the height of our own Carrountoohil.  The park also has many hot mineral springs, with water temperatures between 90 and 130 degrees Celsius, which will do us all good after our long trek today.

You can follow our push for Vietnam by clicking on the link below:


All the best,


26 June 2018

Skerries Educate Together NS Marathon 2018 – Day 34 update

Hi everyone,

We added another 396 km today to bring our total to 12,963 km and in the process we have crossed the border into Burma where we will rest for the night in the city of Mandalay.  This was formerly a royal city, founded in 1857 by King Mindon, which has a population today of over 1.3 million people and is the centre of Burmese culture.

You can follow our exact route by clicking on the link below:


All the best,


20 June 2018

Skerries Educate Together NS Marathon 2018 – Day 31 update

Hi everyone,

We travelled another 291 km today to break through the 11,000 km barrier, bringing our total distance run to 11,285 km.  We have landed in the city of Varanasi (population of over 1.1 million people) which is a major religious hub in India.  Situated on the river Ganges, it is the holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism and also played an important part in the development of Buddhism.

You can follow our exact route by clicking on the link below:


All the best,


19 June 2018

Skerries Educate Together NS Marathon 2018 – Day 30 update

Hi everyone,

We completed another 312 km today to bring our total to 10,994 km (the 11,000 km barrier can wait until tomorrow).  We find ourselves in the city of Etawah, which with a population of just over 250,000 (Cork has 190,000 people) is the 180th biggest city in the country.  Etawah also has the remains of the Great Hedge of India, a 2,500 mile customs barrier built by the British in the 19th century that has been likened to the Great Wall of China.

You can follow our exact route by clicking on the link below:


All the best,