First Class Update

The first three weeks of First Class have been very exciting. We were very excited to see our friends after the summer holidays and we’ve made some new friends too! We moved into a new room downstairs and we are looking forward to decorating it with all our beautiful work. We have already begun working hard […]

Our Top-Class Music Projects

A HUGE well done to the children in Fifth Class who presented their music projects today. We saw the first half of our projects on our favourite band or artists today and we are looking forward to the second half of the projects after the holidays. Today’s projects showed that the children are real experts […]

An Ghaeltacht 2010 i bPictiúirí

Bhí alán sport agus spraoi againn i Dún na nGall an seachtain seo caite. Seo iad na bpictiúirí don craic…

Pictiúirí ón Ghaeltacht Lá 1

Dia Dhaoibh Ón Ghaeltacht!

Dia Dhaoibh go léir ó Anagaire, tá an ghrian ag scoilteadh na gcloch arís inniu agus táimid ag tnúth go mór leis an lá.   Bhuaileamar bóthar ar a leath uair tar éis a naoi maidin inné agus bhí sceitimíní athais ar gach duine. Stopamar tar éís tamall i  Mhuíneachán chun ithe agus ansin leanamar ar […]

Fifth Class News

Fifth class have just finished a very successful project on Greece. We learned about many different aspects of Greek culture, geography and history. To use everything we learned, each of us created a Tourist Information Booklet about Greece outlining exciting things for tourists to do in Greece. We researched water sports, historical sites, beaches and […]

Our Latest Science Experiment in Fifth

Here in fifth class we have been investigating what foods contain starch. Starch is another word for carbohydrates and is very important in our daily diet. Starch comes from plants and gives us energy when we eat it. To test various foods for starch we used a dropper to drop a little iodine onto the […]

Fifth Class Art Projects

Fifth class have worked very hard on their latest art projects: Our Philip Treacy Hat Design project and our Native American Totem Poles. Here are some photos of our fabulous creations….

NETNS Book Week 2010: Our Best Bits

What a fun-filled week we had last week here in NETNS celebrating books and reading! A HUGE Thank you to the parents and guardians who visited on World Book Day to read to the classes, to the writers Suzanne and Martin and to all the children, staff, parents and guardians who took part in and supported Book […]

Thank You Fifth Class

A big WELL DONE and THANK YOU to Fifth Class for all their hard work in the Book Fair over the past week; you all did an out-standing job taking orders, helping the children find books and counting the money. Your hard-work and enthusiasm ensured that the Book Fair was a huge success and I […]

World Book Day: Dress-Up Day

The grand finale of NETNS Book Week will take place on Thursday 4th March when we celebrate World Book Day 2010. On this day we are inviting all of the children and staff to dress up as a character from a book or story that they have read. It could be anyone from Little Red Riding […]

N.E.T.N.S. Book Week 2010

To celebrate our beautiful new library and the arrival of the Travelling Book Fair, NETNS will be celebrating our own Book Week from Wednesday 24th February to Thursday 4th March. NETNS Book Week promises to be a fun-filled week to celebrate books, reading and all that goes with it. Activities during Book Week will include […]

Book Fair 2010

We are very excited to announce that the annual Travelling Book Fair will be arriving in NETNS on Wednesday 24th of February. The Book Fair will be in the school until Wednesday 3rd March and will coincide with NETNS Book Week 2010. The Book Fair will take place in our Library on the first floor.  The Book […]

Exciting Times in Fifth Class

Yesterday was a very exciting day for all of us in Fifth class. We were thrilled to hear that the replies from our Canadian pen-pals had arrived and we had a great morning reading all about our new friends. Our pen pals are from a school in Labrador in Newfoundland and we’ve learned lots about […]