Stand Up Awareness Week – please have the conversation with your children

Stand Up Awareness Week is taking place from November 12th-16th, 2018. As part of Stand Up Week, we are inviting all second-level schools in Ireland to join us and take a stand against homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. Stand Up week is an opportunity for schools to look at how they can make them safe […]

What is Autism to you??

By Sara Harvey

Quiz Night

One of our past pupils, Anna Walsh, is going to Kenya to volunteer with Cara Projects. She is holding a fundraiser on Friday night. ALL are welcome. Details below.

Past Pupil Jimmy Behan’s well adds serenity to CPC garden – Kilcullen Diary

A Third Year student at CPC spent some of his summer holidays building an ornamental Wishing Well for a courtyard garden in the college, writes Brian Byrne. Jimmy Behan, from Suncroft, worked out all the details with a cousin and then produced the wooden ornament, beside which a temporary bench has been placed so pupils or staff […]

Quiz night for St. Conleth’s Pantomime Troupe

Kildare Steiner Secondary School Conference

World Teachers’ Day 2018 – Wear a little yellow!

World Teachers’ Day is on this Friday,5th October. We are encouraging all staff and children to wear yellow on Friday to celebrate this day and also to highlight the issue of the two tiered pay system in place in teaching over the last 7 years. It’s a great way of supporting our teachers and colleagues who […]

Relay For Life – 15th and 16th of September in Punchestown Racecourse

Relay For Life Kildare Date: September 15, 2018 – 13:00 to September 16, 2018 – 13:00 Relay For Life returns to Kildare 15-16 September at Punchestown Racecourse. Relay For Life is a 24 hour community event which celebrates people who have survived a cancer diagnosis, remembers those lost to the disease and brings the community together to Fight Back against cancer. At Relay […]

Resource of the week

LeoCAD Design virtual models you can build with LEGO® bricks Easy to Use LeoCAD has an intuitive interface that is designed to allow new users to start creating new models without having to spend too much time learning the application. At the same time, it has a rich feature set that enables experienced users to […]

32% of Irish children are talking to strangers online every week – The Journal

OVER HALF OF nine year olds are on social media despite social media age restrictions, a new survey has found. CyberSafeIreland, the children’s online safety charity which provides training on how to stay safe online, surveyed over 5,000 children, parents, and teachers who have attended its training sessions over the last academic year. It found […]

A letter to Marie’s Sixth Class

Dear Rang a Sé, I’m writing this to remind you all of how amazing you are and although I know you’re worried and nervous about moving on, you’re all ready. You can do this, you’ll be fine I promise. The last few days in NETNS have been a little frantic and very busy and you […]

Goodbye from Marie’s Class

We’ve had the best adventure in NETNS and are sad to leave the school and each other. We want to thank everyone for everything they’ve done for us over the past eight years. We’ve had a ball! Here’s the last class photo taken of us in the Curragh on our last day. Goodbye from Marie’s […]

Great Sports day for Rang a Sé

The last sports day for sixth class is always a special occasion and this year did not disappoint. Maries’s Class also won the soccer match on penalties which was a great end to a great day. Thanks to all the helpers on the day for making it so special for us! We’ll be back next […]

A huge Thank You to our parent volunteers

Sports Day 2018 was a great success yesterday, mainly thanks to the fantastic parents we have here in NETNS. We would be truly lost without you and would not be able to run sports day without your co-operation. Thanks in particular to those of you who volunteer year after year, often having to take a […]

Gaeltacht 2018

Thanks to Clara for taking these fabulous photos of us during the trip to the  Gaeltacht. We hope you enjoy them. Marie and Sue’s class.