INVITATION

HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN Brian Cregan Riverbanks Arts Centre Newbridge, December 19th-22nd Exhibition Launch, Tuesday December 19th, 6.30pm Inspired by a childhood spent living on the edge of the Curragh, artist Brian Cregan has created a series of photographs using pinhole photography. The cameras used in the work have been constructed from everyday objects and adapted to […]

Item of Jewellery found

An adult’s pretty silver pendant was found yesterday afternoon in the school grounds. The owner can contact the office to reclaim it. Thank you.

RC Carol Service

Christmas Carol Service The RC committee would like to invite the NETNS school community to the annual Christmas Carol Service will take place Tuesday 12th December at 6.30pm in Cill Mhuire Church, Ballymany, Newbridge with refreshments in the Halla Glas directly afterwards. There is a collection point for Newbridge Sharefood in Cill Mhuire church and everyone […]

Cian brings home the medals!!

This weekend one of our pupils, Cian, travelled to the UK to represent his club in the frame football tournament. They had a great time over in the U.K. at the tournament. It all went well and Cian came home with two medals. His group came third in their age category and overall the Esker Celtic […]

Inclusion Week – 25th of September

As next week is Social Inclusion Week you might like to pass on this information to anyone interested. Social Inclusion Week   Monday Sep 25th – Friday Sep 29th                         Parish Centre Newbridge   Launch of Exhibition  :    Monday Sep 25th 3.30pm Photographic Display — Ireland Through My Eyes                  Hosted by residents of Eyre […]

CPC Information Evening for Parents

Cross and Passion College, Kilcullen are holding an Information Meeting for Parents on Thursday, 28th  September 2017 beginning at 7:30pm. There ia a new Admissions Policy for incoming 1st year students for the school year 2018-2019. The policy will be explained in detail on the night. http://cpckilcullen.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Admissions-Policy-Incoming-1st-year-Students-2018-2019.pdf http://cpckilcullen.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Application-Form-2018-2019.pdf Closing date for receipt of completed application […]

SARI Soccerfest

Dear All, Please join us for the 21st anniversary of the SARI intercultural Soccerfest which will take place this Saturday 23rd September at the Garda Sports grounds, Phoenix Park from 11am till 6pm alongside the launch of the European Week of Sport. Teams will be drawn from all over Ireland and will include players from […]

Anti-bullying Ambassadors

Our Anti-bullying Ambassadors were working really hard this week on creating a new information booklet for new chlidren starting in the school. They are also hoping to launch our new peer mentoring initiative in the next month! Well done to our ABA’s….brilliant work.

News from the National Office

Dear Members,    Please find the attached letter from Paul Rowe, Educate Together’s CEO, regarding fire safety concerns in Educate Together schools.     With kind regards,    Liz Martin Administration Assistant    Educate Together Equity House, 16/17 Upper Ormond Quay,  Dublin 7 Letter_to_Member_RE_FireSafetyConcerns

Our AMAZING 6th class volunteers

    A HUGE  thank you to our 6th class today. I asked for volunteers to help sort out the “lost property” in the foyer so parents can have a look through it while attending the Book Fair……..I was blown away when more than 50% of the class volunteered to stay in at break time […]

New Webwise Guide for Parents

Webwise launched a new advice guide for parents on internet safety. The guide offers parents information, advice and conversation starters about the benefits and risks children need to be aware of when using the internet. Topics explored in the guide include cyber-bullying, screen time, sexting, social media and online pornography. The Parents’ Guide to a Better Internet is […]

Inclusion in Educate Together schools

Sir, – In her letter of March 21st, Dr Marie Griffin, chief executive of Ceist, the Catholic Education Irish Schools’ Trust, cites a 2012 ESRI longitudinal study that draws from data sets taken almost a decade ago, in 2007/08. The intervening years have seen a transformation in Irish society, culturally, economically and socially. Dr Griffin states […]

PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN THE DARK ABOUT STAFFING ALLOCATIONS

There is mounting anger in primary schools at Department’s silence on teacher numbers The INTO today condemned the failure of the Department of Education and Skills to notify schools of staffing numbers for the next school year. The union said principal teachers in particular are frustrated by the failure of the Department to provide needed […]

Visitor at School

  Ollie came to visit NETNS today Ollie is a golden cocker spaniel dog. He is nearly 9 years old. He is very freindly and likes to be petted. He loves walks around the school. Ollie loves treats. He is Eimear Carey’s dog. By Gary

A-wear-ness Day on Friday – Irish Girl Guides

A-wear-ness Day poster 2017 (final)