A Visit from the Champions Cup!

Wow, what an exciting start to a dull and rainy Thursday! Neil from Leinster Rugby brought the Pro 14 and Champions cup trophies that the Leinster Rugby team won in 2018 to share with the school! It was fabulous to see the trophies and to hear Neil talk about the skills that the Leinster team had […]

S.T.E.M Assembly Fun!

On Thursday we celebrated all of the hard work the children had done during our S.T.E.M (Science, technology, engineering and maths) challenge week. Each class had been set a challenge, be it making paper aeroplanes, the strongest column, lollipop stick bridges or helicopters. It was fabulous to see all of the hard work and creativity […]

Book Week in Rang a Sé

We’ve had a great week celebrating Book Week in Marie’s Class. Our favourite activities include making our own book covers, writing our own comic strips, paired reading with Elaine’s second class and getting to meet local author Hazel Gaynor who came to read to us and Eimear’s fourth class today. Hazel reminded us that she […]

4th Class News

This week in 4th class we started a new novel. It’s called Little Croker and is written by Joe O’Brien. The story follows a boy called Danny and his football team Littlestown Crokes. We are really enjoying the book so far and have made predictions of what we think will happen in the story. In […]

Sign Up After School Activities April 17

After school consent form april 17 *If possible please print off and return consent form on the first day of the activity. Teachers will distribute consent forms on the first day of the activity.   Tuesday   Indoor and Outdoor Sculpture, Elaine, 4th – 6th http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0844afad22a7fd0-outdoor   Hip hop/Jazz Dance, Fiona and Ruth, 1st – […]

Kissing Goodbye to MS

The Student council would like to say a huge thank you to the whole NETNS community for the huge support for our MS fundraiser and awareness day. We raised over seven hundred euro for MS Ireland!! The children made such a huge effort dressing up, making banners and learning about MS. It has been incredible […]

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

Kissing Goodbye to MS

The student council are delighted to announce that this year NETNS will be hosting our first ever MS fundraiser and awareness day, we are doing our part to kiss goodbye to MS. On Thursday (16th Feb) the student council are asking all members of the school community to wear something red (you can be as […]

Peace Proms

The peace proms boys and girls put a huge amount of effort into rehearsing our songs and actions over the past few months. The hard work all paid off on Saturday night when they performed as part of the peace proms choir in the RDS with schools from around the country. It was an amazing […]

All Set for Peace Proms

There is great excitement in NETNS at the moment as the children in the school choir are ready to perform in the RDS for the Peace Proms concert. They have spent hours rehearsing the songs and are now ready to perform on the big stage.

Maths Games for Maths Week

We enjoyed a visit from some 4th class pupils from Eimear’s class who designed maths games for us. The games were great and the 4th class pupils were brilliant showing the senior infants what to do.  

We are learning about Volcanoes in 4th Class

Hi, We are Eimear’s 4th Class. We have been learning about volcanoes. There are three types of volcanoes; active, dormant and extinct. An active volcano means the volcano is alive and erupts often. A dormant volcano is asleep and hasn’t erupted for a long time, but might erupt in the near future. An extinct volcano […]