Senior Infants have been busy copying, extending and devising patterns in Ready Set Go Maths lessons this fortnight. Have a look at some of our wonderful patterns! Senior Infants have been working to develop their mathematical reasoning. Here we are at work … Continue reading →
Mental Health Training Session: Supporting parents to support their children’s mental health and wellbeing
This is a free online training programme by National Parents Council Primary in conjunction with St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services.
This programme supports parents to encourage and promote positive mental health and wellbeing in their children. The programme also explores how the building of resilience in children helps them to manage and cope with the day-to-day stresses of life as they occur.
Parents who attend this online session will:
Explore the factors that influence mental health and wellbeing in their child
Learn how to build and nurture resilience within their own child
Be given tips on how best to support their child’s positive mental health and wellbeing
Where and When: Sessions will be taking place online via Zoom in the morning (10am) and evening (7.30pm) from Monday the 26th to Thursday the 29th of April, with an additional morning session (10am) on Friday the 30th.
If you would be interested in attending (virtually) one of these online sessions, please register your details here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MentalHealthSept2022These sessions are open to all parents of children in Primary School. Please forward the details to other parents.
Please note these sessions will be interactive allowing parents to participate and hence places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Free online Parents’ Association Clinics: ‘Jumpstart’ your PA (Reenergizing your PA after the lull) – 28th and 30th September
Our interactive clinics aim to support parents to explore what Parents’ Associations can be doing to reenergize your PA after the two years of restrictions that was brought about by COVID. The first of these sessions will take place at 7: 30 pm and the second one at 10 AM. Please note, we are offering these sessions to our members before forwarding this information to non-members.
There will be a short presentation followed by the opportunity to ask questions and share your experience of what your PA is doing and some of the challenges you may be experiencing.
Who are the clinics for?
Established Parents’ Associations who may be struggling right now
Working Parents’ Associations who want to explore or share ideas for new activities
Lots of girls made a great effort this morning by walking to school. It was lovely to see the pictures that were sent in of the girls and hopefully the weather will stay fine that we can walk more often … Continue reading →
Well done to everyone who participated in their first inter-schools competition of the year in Wexford Equestrian Centre on Sunday last. This team included pupils from St Brigid’s and from Scoil Mhuire Lourdes, Tullow. A great day out with them coming in 4th place!
A big congratulations to all and in particular Muireann from SML. Thank you to the team coach Debbie Flavin Redmond.
Well done to our football team who were the winners of their opening game today in Bagenalstown. We played Queen of the Universe, a great team who played very well. However, we managed to finish up on a score line … Continue reading →
Lets get active this week and leave the cars at home by walking to school on Wednesday. We would love to see your pictures of you walking to school on email@example.com. Let’s get active and help our environment!
Miss Carroll’s 5th class explored how a chemical reaction is created when dish soap is added to milk. Once the soap is added, it attaches itself to the milk fat and causes the food colouring to zoom out in all … Continue reading →
Senior Infants have started work on the Ready Set Go Maths programme and are really enjoying working in an active, hands on way during Maths class. Our theme for Aistear this month is Homes and the girls have been busy constructing … Continue reading →