22 Nov · Selina · No Comments

Zeeko Workshop

Internet Safety Workshop for Parents December’s Learn Together theme is ‘e-Safety’ – students will be learning about e-safety and being webwise – we are also looking at this theme through SPHE and Stay Safe in the older classes. To support this we have organised a parent workshop on e-safety. Please join us at the school …

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22 Nov · Selina · No Comments

November 2017 Newsletter

Please find our November 2017 below – there are so many exciting things going on this month! Newsletter November 2017

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11 Oct · Patrick Kavanagh · No Comments

October 2017 Newsletter

View our Newsletter for October 2017    

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6 Dec · Tasha · No Comments

Carol singing

A huge thank you to our carol singers who raised €262 for our school

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25 Oct · Tasha · No Comments

Halloween

Halloween Celebrations

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24 Oct · Tasha · No Comments

Maths Week

Maths Week

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13 Apr · Tasha · No Comments

The staff and all the children had a wonderful week for book week!

The staff and all the children had a wonderful week for book week, topped off today by our character dress up day. Everyone went to so much effort. It was a great day. Well done everyone!

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13 Apr · Tasha · No Comments

Wexford born playwright Joe Brennan paid a visit to Marie ‘s class

Wexford born playwright Joe Brennan paid a visit to Marie ‘s class

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18 Feb · Tasha · No Comments

Visit to Wexford fire station

Lianna’s Seniors and First Class braved the weather today and made it to the fire station without getting wet☔ (well maybe just a little on the way back!) but it was worth it.

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14 Jan · Tasha · No Comments

Amber Flag

We are delighted to announce that our school is working towards achieving an Amber Flag for Positive Mental Health!

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11 Jan · Tasha · No Comments

Red T-shirt day

Well done to everyone today for wearing red to support our “Red T-shirt Day”

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11 Jan · Tasha · No Comments

Architects for an hour

The children in Aileen’s class had great fun for art last week.

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About our school

Multi-denominational – children of all denominations and none are equally welcome into our school. Co-educational – Educate Together schools are open to girls and boys and gender stereotyping is addressed and challenged. Child-centred – this applies not only to teaching and learning within the classroom but to all decisions at staff and management level, which must have the well-being of the children at their heart. Democratically-run – parents are viewed as a positive resource for the school. Parental involvement is welcomed and encouraged, where appropriate.

         

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