Remote Learning

22nd January 2021

Well done to all our pupils & parents/guardians who helped with remote learning this week!

Wishing you a relaxing & safe weekend.

Your teacher and Showbie will be ready for more learning & activities on Monday.

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Life Skills

21st January 2021

Great life skills to learn – Olivia in 4th class helping her mammy cook homemade lasagne.

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Art & Crafts

21st January 2021

Well done to Ms. O’Neill’s Class who have created wonderful artwork in the Laundry Art Challenge – where you grab some laundry and transform it into Art! Tilly Malone’s Creation is “Going Shopping”!

Blake’s Creation is “Hanging Around”! Leo has created a “Sock-er” Player! Well done Blake & Leo.

Sophia has created a beautiful night sky with moon and stars & Zoey has created the smiling “Sally”! Brilliant!

Thomas has created a “Gone Fishing” art piece & Sophie has created a Snowman. Wonderful Creations!

Meet “Anna”, the lovely mermaid created by Megan!

Sammi has created a beautiful Sunflower to brighten our day!

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REMINDER: LUNCHES COLLECTION

20th January 2021


Glanmore Foods lunches will be given out from the school PE hall tomorrow morning, Thursday, 21st January 2021.

The school main gates will open at 10 o’clock and close at 11.30 a.m.

Collection times for all classes are the same 10.00 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.


There will be two parcels per pupil – one fresh and one non-perishable.

If you have two or more children, take two packages for each child and give their names.

This covers the lunches for three weeks – fresh first week and non-perishable for the other weeks.


Please bring a large bag, schoolbag, backpack or trolley as the two lunch boxes are quite heavy to carry.

All of the gates will close at 11.30 a.m. sharp.

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Survey – Dept. Ed. & Skills

20th January 2021

Dear Parents/guardians,

National Parents Council Primary is supporting the Department of Education Inspectorate to find out about parents views on remote teaching and learning, by circulating this survey to parents of pupils in primary, post-primary and special schools.

If you have a child in primary, post-primary and special schools please complete this survey, it will only take a few minutes.

The Department want to find out how your child is experiencing remote teaching and learning.

What you think as a parent is very important to the Department. It will help the Department to advise schools on how to further develop its provision for remote teaching and learning.

The survey will only take you a few minutes to complete. It is completely anonymous and no one else, other than you, will know about your answers.

Click here to complete the survey

https://checkbox.education.gov.ie/…/remote_teaching…

Please note the survey will remain live until 9am on Friday the 22nd of January.

If you have more than one child attending a primary, post-primary or a special school, please feel free to complete a survey for each child.

Thank you for taking this survey.

Kind regards

David Perkins

NPC Administration

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