We have updated the layout of our school newsletter which you will receive at home today, hope you like it and find it easier to read!!
Top ticket Seller: Chloe Coughlan
The children in 3rd class took part in the Naomh Breandan Credit Union Art Competition recently. Ruth Keogh, pictured below, was awarded a merit in the 3rd class section. Well done Ruth!! Also in the photo is Gerard Murray, School Principal.
Carrabane NS has worked with Team Hope for a number of years now. Team Hope deliver Christmas Shoebox gifts right into the hands of some of the world’s most vulnerable children – many of whom will receive no other gift this Christmas. For some it’s the first gift they’ve ever received.
Thank you to all the children and their parents for sharing your Christmas with children who have so little – It means so much to them!!
See below photos of over 100 shoe-boxes ready to be handed over to Tom from Team Hope!!!
I would like to welcome all families back to Scoil Sheosaimh and extend a special welcome to all our new pupils and their families. There are currently 195 children on our roll.
I hope you and your family had a nice summer. The All Ireland wins made a great start to the new school year and we had a very special day in school when the Liam McCarthy and Irish Press cups came to visit. We were delighted to have David Burke, Captain, Johnny Coen and Davy Glennon visit. What made it extra special for our school, was that two of our past pupils, Conor Caulfield and Eamon Hickey, who were on the All-Ireland minor panel, also came along with the cups.
Erin O’Grady presenting proceeds from her home-baking to Ms. Lennon. This generous donation will be used to purchase resources for the Realta Class.
Carrabane NS was invited to the 2017 EXCITED Digital Learning Festival to showcase our work as a Digital School of Distinction.
Commenting on the event held in 2016, organiser Ciaran Cannon TD said “One of the key challenges for growing the adoption and harnessing the power of digital learning is recruiting and inspiring teachers and parents who are not fully utilising technology. This festival is open to all who want to be immersed, informed and energised about creating a better future for our students.”
From left to right: Ciaran Cannon, TD, Gerry Murray, Principal, students Orla Coyne, Siofra Donohue, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten TD, students Colm Randles, Eamonn Corban, Mark Cormican and Therese Kelly, Teacher and ICT coordinator.
Noah presenting a donation to Mr. Murray for the ASD class. The donation is from himself and his brother Joshua from the sale of free-range eggs from their own hens.
Congratulations to the ‘Write a Book’ winners from our school who attended an award ceremony in the Radisson Hotel on Monday.
The winners are: Senior Infants – Eoghan Geraghty, 1st Class – Mairead Duffy, 2nd Class – Emma Reidy, 3rd Class – Siofra Donohue, 4th Class – Cormac Tuohy, 5th Class – Adam Dolan, 6th Tadhg Connaughton.