Just a reminder that we shall be celebrating Grandparents Day in school on Friday 1st February. Pupils have been given invitations to take home to grandparents. Please can you ensure the class teachers know who is coming so we have an idea of numbers. Thank you 🙂
Work is due to commence at the end of this week on the installation of a new mobile classroom in the school grounds. The site of the new classroom will be to the right of the pitch, behind the staff car park. The builder’s vehicles and equipment are going to need to have access to the site via the staff car park and staff will park their vehicles in the.
Pupils in Junior Infants A had great fun with their first BeeBot lessons today. Pupils in Junior Infants B and Senior Infants will get their introduction to BeeBots next week. Thank you very much to our Parent’s Association for financing the purchase of the BeeBots out of last years fundraising money. What are BeeBots? Bee-Bots are a wonderful tool to teach pupils the fundamentals of coding and computational thinking. The.
To mark Internet Safety Day on Tuesday 5th February we have once again invited James Neary, of Children Of The Digital Age, to come in to school and talk to each class about online safety. In the evening at 7pm we will have a 90 presentation for parents where James will feed back on his finding from the talk with pupils and offer advice and information to parents on how.
Well done to all 69 of the children pictured below who achieved 100% attendance for the Autumn Term 2018 – not an easy accolade to achieve given all of the flus and bugs around at this time of year!
Congratulations to the pupils pictured for getting a special commendation for their Christmas Tree decorations. We had a very difficult job we had choosing the most creative recycled Christmas tree decorations as there were loads of amazing creations. Thank you to EVEYONE who took part and brightened up our Christmas trees in school!
St Francis NS Newsletter December 2018
As we approach the festive season of Christmas, it is a source of great joy and hope for the future that the families of St Francis NS continue to take the Christmas message of goodwill very much to heart. Our Annual Christmas Shoebox Appeal on behalf of the Irish Christian Development Aid Charity, Team Hope, has been another resounding success thanks to the generosity of all our pupils and their.
Today we went on a Spooky Walk around the village to show off our Halloween costumes! Check out the photos! More to be added later…