I am writing this report about poverty in Brazil. The poverty in Brazil is clearly from the large numbers of people living in slums. The biggest challenge for the Brazilian government is the lack of education, good health care and the availability of water. Thousands of children live on the streets
One lovely morning, Sunday the 16th of October. It was County Final Day-Portlaoise vs Stradbally, the little town vs the big town (C’mon Stradbally). Flags everywhere, lots of excitement. Kick off is at 2.30-I will be playing at half time! What a feeling! It starts, Strad get the ball, Begley
1st class are learning all about ordinal numbers this week in Maths and are looking out for the different ways we use them throughout the day!
As part of National fitness week our class did a daily 2 minute run. Over the week we ran a total of 72 km. We also went swimming on Monday and played fun basketball on Friday for National Fitness Day.
School football kicked of this week. We had two boys teams competing and they were both successful. The boys team playing at home had a narrow win over Ballyfin NS with the boys travelling to Rock NS having a bigger win. Our girls are playing in Roinn 1 this year and were narrowly beaten by [&hellip
NPC_Flier A4_2016 Please see the attached flyer for the National Parents Council Conference being held in Dublin on May 28th. Admission is free and the will be loads to interest all parents. Enjoy the day!
Hand Writing Hero Awards 2016 Huge congratulations to Lucy from Room 10 who was the overall ‘Handwriting Hero’ in the school this year! Room 1 Junior Infants Overall winner : Laura Mulhall Emma Nolan Keelan Hennessy Room 3 Senior Infants Overall winner : Brianna McGuigan Kate Sherida
Supporting parents to support their children’s mental health and well being Positive mental health and wellbeing enables young people to lead fulfilling lives. It is recognised that the family is the primary source of nurturing and support for children and plays a central role in the p
A huge thank you must go to our whole school community for the success of our recent fundraiser ‘Dance for Abbie’. Abbie is a junior infant in our school who is battling bravely against a serious illness and we are extremely proud of her. All the children in the school dressed up in th