Seasons greetings from Rang a hAon

We’re really proud of the festive art we made which went on display at the winter fair. In case you missed them, here are some photos of us making our Diwali tea light holders and the finished products. We also made beautiful snowflakes and Christmas wreaths. Have a look! We hope everyone has a wonderful […]

End of year Coffee Morning – All Welcome!

NETNS PA would like to invite all parents and guardians to attend an end of year coffee morning in the Halla Glas on Friday 19th December from 10am to 11.30am… feel free to bring along a mince pie or treat if you wish!

THANK YOU!

Thanks to all those who supported the recent NETNS clothes recycling fundraiser both with your donations and your time.  We raised €509. Keep hoarding your old clothes, shoes, curtains etc.  We will hopefully be  running another clothes recycling fundraiser in April/May. We would also like to thank all those who took part in the Lions […]

World War Two Projects

    In fourth class we have been working really hard on our World War Two projects. Last week we presented them…. Have a look at our excellent work.

Making the Gruffalo’s Child

It was a really busy week this week, with visits to the Winter Fair, the Gaeilge assembly, and building a class Gruffalo! This week in our Aistear time we read the book ‘The Gruffalo’s Child’ by Julia Donaldson. Everyone really liked the super book and we enjoyed discussing the different things that happen at the […]

NETNS International Winter Fair on Tuesday

NETNS International Winter Fair Tuesday December 9th On Tuesday 9th December from 6 to 9, the school as a community will be coming together to host our first International Winter Fair. As it is the first of what will hopefully be an annual event there may be some issues on the night, so we hope you […]

Important visitors in Marie’s class

This week we’ve had a few very important visitors. On Tuesday we had our grandparents come to visit. Here’s a recount of their visit: Today Grandparents came to our school and they got coffee and tea and biscuits and me and Erica and Tommy and Cian Tate got to bring the Grandparents to some classes. […]

Croí na Scoile Displays

Thanks to Fifth and Sixth Classes for their beautiful and informative displays on our Croí na Scoile (Ethical Education) Noticeboard in the foyer this term. Keep an eye on the Croí na Scoile noticeboard to find out more about what we learn in Ethical Education during the year.

Radio Stars on KFM

Peter’s class have been hitting the airwaves this week on KFM.  They have been the stars of the Stephen Keogh Breakfast show taking part in “What are the kids talking about?” There will be more of Peter’s class on in the coming weeks so tune in to KFM (97.6fm and 97.3fm) at 8.35am to hear […]

Headlice – Recurring cases

We are concerned at the number of reccurring cases of head lice throughout the school.  We are bringing this to your attention again because head lice can spread rapidly within a school unless all affected children are promptly treated.  A variety of effective preparations, shampoos and lotions, are available at the chemist.  It is vitally […]

Letters home this week 1/12/14 – 5/12/14

The following letters were sent home this week: David’s Junior Infants: Headlice Letter Dec 14 6th Class: Primary Science Fair permission 2014

Green Road Update

The NETNS PA has received the following update from Fiona McLoughlin Healy in relation to road safety on Green Road: Green Road update Following the submission of a petition last week, the Area Engineer will now conduct an inspection of the footpath. I will post an update here as soon as a date for the […]

Folens Christmas Annuals

There are still some Folens Christmas Annuals left, if you wish to purchase one please return the order form or contact Karina in the office.  The annuals are €4 each and will be available until the end of the week.

Have you voted for Stephanie Roche’s goal yet?

Ronaldo, Messi, Rooney? This year’s goal of the year might not go to one of the usual suspects. That’s because – for the first time – Fifa’s Puskas Award could be awarded to a woman. Ireland’s Stephanie Roche is one of three names on the final shortlist for the best goal of 2014.  Roche joins World Cup […]

Art and Crafts After School Activity

The after school activities are coming to an end and here is  a look at some of the lovely arts and crafts the children have been making.      Tea lights with battery operated candles.     Soft fabric toys made with craft fabric, googly eyes and pipe cleaners. Wriggly worms and beaded jewellery.