Food for Thought in Sue’s 6th Class!

We have been very busy this week! Sa Ghaeilge, bhíeamar ag foghlaim faoi ‘Bia’ (Food). Rinneamar dramaíocht, ‘Sa Bhialann’ (In the Restaurant), faoin téama chomh maith! In Maths we have been working on adding and subtracting large numbers, we also used follow-me cards to help us to practice our understanding of Place Value. Among other activities in […]

Gaeltacht information meeting

On Tuesday 3rd October Jennifer Shine from Coláiste na Rosann will be coming to the school to speak to the parents/guardians and children of 6th class about our upcoming trip to the Gaeltacht in May 2018. Jennifer will be here to give you information about the Coláiste, the week in the Gaeltacht in May and […]

Sue’s 6th Class Explore Australia!

This week, we finished writing our postcards based on our drafts and created beautiful artwork for them. We look forward to displaying them in the classroom. In Maths, we focused mainly on Place Value which included comparing the astonishing weekly salaries of the top ten international footballers! Sa Ghaeilge, we discussed some of the counties […]

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 […]

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   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 […]

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 […]

Cross and Passion College assessment test information 2017

Please find below communication from CPC in relation to assessment test for children commencing in September 2017. CPC Assessment test information 2017

6th Class Basketball Match Report

  On Tuesday the 29th of November, the 6th class boys and girls traveled to their first away game against Prosperous N.S. The boys and girls were full of excitement on route to Prosperous with plenty of sing songs and car games! The girls game was up first and the nerves were beginning to show […]

6th Class Swimming

6th class children will be commencing swimming lessons on Monday 28th November. The children in will be attending lessons in the Curragh Swimming Pool for one hour on Monday mornings.  The children will have 4 lessons which will cost €28 in total.  This includes transport to and from the pool by a bus fitted with […]

Progress Meetings SIGN UP HERE

David, Junior Infants   Clara, Junior Infants   Trish, Senior Infants   Sinead, Senior Infants   Sacra, 1st Class   Fiona, 1st Class   Roisín, 2nd Class   Emma, 3rd Class Hilda, 3rd Class   Michael, 4th Class   Eimear Mc Bride, 4th Class […]

After School Activities – Update

There are 3 weeks left in each after school activity. No after school activities will take place 15th/16th November as Progress Meetings will be taking place.      

Cross and Passion College Admissions 2017

Cross and Passion College in Kilcullen would like to remind parents and guardians of current 6th class children that the closing date for enrolment for 1st year, 2017 is Friday 21st October 2016 at 3pm. Further details, a copy of the admissions policy and application forms are available on the CPC website: or from the CPC school […]

Henry is not our favourite monarch (in rang a Sé)

This week we’ve been learning all about Henry the VIII and his influence in Ireland at the time of the Reformation. We were quite surprised to discover that Henry had six wives and wasn’t the nicest of husbands to most of them!  We also had a look at Silken Thomas from Kildare and discovered that […]

Eimear Mc Bride, Girls GAA and Zumba, 4th,5th,6th.

Thanks for getting in touch and letting us know the Girl’s GAA and Zumba sign up link was faulty. Hopefully all technical issues are resolved with this new link! Sorry for the inconvenience.