My name is Muireann. I am in 4th class and recently I went to JAG equestrian centre in Naas Co. Kildare for an equestrian interschool competition. I thought I would share with you what the day was like and what … Continue reading →
National Parents Council Primary (NPC) would like to invite you to attend one of our FREE online interactive workshops on “Anti-bullying”, a training programme by NPC, designed to enable you to support your children regarding issues of bullying and to also inform you about the Anti-bullying Procedures in schools.
Bullying is, unfortunately, a negative aspect of some children’s lives and can be a worry for many parents. Learning ways to deal with and cope with bullying situations is a key life skill that we all can develop. If you would like to learn more about preventing or addressing bullying behaviour or if you are worried about your child being bullied or bullying others, this session might be useful for you. It can give you tips on how to support your child in dealing with bullying situations. Information on the anti-bullying procedures in schools and discussion on different types of bullying, including cyber-bullying are also areas covered in the session.
The sessions are taking place next week, starting Monday the 15th of November 2021, online via Zoom at 10am Monday to Friday, and 7.30pm on Monday to Thursday.
Mr. Kavanaghs ladies have been learning about healthy lifestyles for the month of November as part of our theme of healthy eating. They investigated popular treats and foods to see just how much sugar was in each and have put together their very own podcasts with some tips and advice on staying healthy!
Today the children from Junior Infants-2nd class had a visit from Guzzler who did a lesson all about energy with them. Being sustainable with how we use energy is more important now than ever. Guzzler gave the children lots of … Continue reading →
A huge thank you to all the children in our school who kindly donated a shoebox as part of our ‘Christmas Shoe Box Appeal’ in association with Team Hope. 115 boxes in total have been sent off to homes around the world to help children have a happier Christmas. Your kindness and generosity is appreciated.