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Wishing everyone an enjoyable and safe mid-term break, with lots of treats rather than tricks. Our children enjoyed dressing up today and had lots of fun in class!
School re-opens on Monday 7th November at 9.20am.
Work will very shortly commence on a new Dressing Room development at Muckalee pitch. Representatives from Muckalee Football Club and St. Martin’s Hurling Club will be calling to all houses in the parish to promote the “buy a brick” campaign to … Continue reading
Bus Eireann have issued all schools with details of how Status Red Weather warnings will affect their school bus services. Basically where a status red warning is in effect for our local area, or nationally, school bus services will not … Continue reading
All classes have been taking part in maths related activities as part of maths week. We were very lucky to have nice bright weather for our maths trails, our Infant and Middle rooms enjoyed solving the problems along the route!
To keep up-to-date with our Active Flag activities, check under the “Active Flag” tab
Attached are booklists for August 2016
Senior Infants 2016
Junior Infants 2016
6th Class Booklist 16
5th Class Booklist 16
4th Class Booklist 16
3rd Class Booklist 16
2nd Class Booklist 16
1st Class Booklist 16
As part of Safer Internet Day on 9th February the children took part in classroom activities about staying safe on the Internet.
To mark Safer Internet Day http://www.zeeko.ie have kindly forwarded us a free digital copy of the Zeeko Internet Safety Guide to download … Continue reading
Check under the “Links” tab above for information about free access on http://www.scoilnet.ie to Britannica for Schools.
Fiona Kavanagh from the Road Safety Authority visited us today and gave presentations to all our classrooms about the importance of road safety and how we can stay safe as pedestrians and road users. All the classes really enjoyed the … Continue reading
You may have seen details of the iKydz device recently. This is a simple device designed by an Irish parent which helps control internet access in the home on all WiFi devices. More details here http://www.ikydz.com.