After School Brickx Club – starting September 10th 2019

We are delighted to confirm that Clodagh Carthy will resume After School Brickx Club next year on Tuesdays in the school hall. The new term will commence on Tuesday 10th September and will be €35 per child for the 7 week block until the end of October (mid term break). All enquiries and bookings to Clodagh on 086 154 6940

NEW! After School Care for Junior and Senior Infants

New for September 2019 we are introducing an After School Care Pogramme for pupils in Junior and Senior Infants, to cater for the one hour between Infants home time and the end of the school day for the pupils in 1st-6th classes at 2.40pm AFTER SCHOOL CARE For Junior and Senior Infant Pupils Notes for Parents Infant After School Care is open to all Junior and Senior Infant pupils of.

“Express Yourself!” After School Art Classes – September 2019

Following the success of the after school Art Class “Express Yourself” which we ran during the summer term this year, Miss Gray and Miss McCann have decided to continue the after school art classes, for pupils in 1st-6th Classes, commencing Thursday 12th September. Please text 087 199 2467 to reserve your child’s place.

After School Keyboard Classes – starting September

We are delighted to advise that Creative Keyboards will be starting after school keyboard lessons at St Francis NS in September. Below are some details about the classes Classes run for three terms in the school year with 10 lessons in each term. · Fee €120 for 10 lessons. · Day of class : Thursday · Keyboards are supplied for each pupil · We take children from Junior infants to.

Getting Ready for the New School Year

We have made a few updates to school website for the new school year. For details of the staffing arrangements please click here. For a copy of the Book and Resources List for each class please click here. To pay your Resource Bill and/or Contribution card please click here. For a copy of the school calendar for 2019 – 2020 please click here. For a copy of the Parent Information.

Prizegiving 2019

On Wednesday we had our Prizegiving End Of Year Assembly where we celebrated the many wonderful pupil achievements on 2018-2019 and said goodbye to our 6th Class. Unfortunately the many photos taken were accidentally deleted while transferring them so we only have a list of the winners below. Class Teacher Awards (certificate for each pupil) Junior Infants A Most Improved: Ben Maths: Kian Irish: Aidenas Reading: Pola Junior Infants B.

Choir Party

After a very busy year, our school choir had a well deserved party at lunchtime today to thank them for their participation at various school events and concerts. Thank you to Mrs Lawless and Miss Reynolds for giving so much of your time in to coaching the choir. And thank you to the parents of the choir pupils for your support throughout the year.

Chalk Tubes from Louth Sports Partnership

This morning every pupil was given a Chalk Tube to play with and to take home. See the letter above from Louth Sports Partnership. Grateful thanks to LSP and all their sponsors for this wonderful initiative which has provided a chalk tube to EVERY primary school pupil in Co Louth. St Francis National School was delighted to have been asked to promote the initiative through the filming of pupils at.

First Holy Communion 2019

Photo: Paula Kavanagh Photography On Saturday 25th May, twenty seven pupils from St Francis NS made their First Holy Communion at St Oliver Plunkett Church, Blackrock. The pupils had been prepared for the sacrament in school throughout the year by their class teachers, Sarah Harlin and Annie Sweeney, with the support of parents and Fr Padraig Keenan. There followed a reception in the school hall, organised by the Parent’s Association.

GROW Awards 2019

Congratulations to our Green Schools Committee, led by Mrs Lawless and Miss McCann, on another successful year at the Louth County Council GROW Awards. GROW stands for (GREEN, RENEWABLE, ORGANIC, WASTE MINIMISATION) and these Environmental Awards recognise schools, staff and pupils who help foster a love of the environment and understanding and appreciation of nature. We are delighted to have retained our 5 star status in 2019 and to be.

Feis Mhuirtheimhne

Congratulations to the pupils from St Francis NS who represented the school last Sunday at the Feis Mhuirtheimhne. Well done to you all! Junior Infants A: Catherine Utomi and Flynn Connolly Junior Infants B Marianne Ewbanks and Conall Varley Senior Infants Lidiya Stapleton-Timoney and Realtein Rogers 1st Class Dáithí Duggan and Clara O’Connell 2nd Class Daisy McLoughlin and Theo Hynes 3rd Class Klia Campbell and Emmet Kearney 4th Class Amelia.

Louth Sports Partnership

  A letter has been sent home with all pupils today – further copies can be downloaded here Louth Sports Partnership Filming Permission Louth Sports Partnership has invited St. Francis NS to help them launch their free “Game-Tube” by filming children using the game plans and chalk in the tube to demonstrate how to play some of the games. This will be professionally filmed by “Little Road Productions” in school.

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