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Nativity Play 2021

Well done to all the students of Junior and Senior Infants, First and Second Class for their wonderful production of ' A Sleepy Shepherd'. The show was great success and the footage was sent to all parents. A word of thanks to Ms.Keane, Mr. Moore and Mr. Power for the many hours of practice. 

Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth classes rounded off the performance with some lively Christmas songs and traditional carols. Maith Sibh Go Léir!

Autumn Art Attack

Please see some of the great artwork from 3rd and 4th Class in the Autumn term. 


Halloween Spooky Scene

Leaf Silhouettes

Leaf Collages 

God's Eyes 

Halloween Fun!

Well done to all the children who got into the Halloween spirit and made such a great effort dressing up. 

Computer Classes in Glenmore N.S.

Computer Classes for 1st to 6th classes began in September for  12 weeks. All students will have an opportunity to develop their skills in MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint.  Thanks to all at https://www.riomhairetech.ie/ for their great work. 

Goal Jersey Day

On Friday 8th October the children showed off their club and county colours while supporting the great causes of Goal. Well done to all involved. 


Congratulations to all the children who made their First Holy Communion on Saturday 25th September. 

It was a beautiful occasion on a lovely September day. Thanks to all who contributed. 

Parents Association News

News

Remote Teaching and Learning

Posted on January 18, 2021 at 6:55 PM

Dear Parents,

From Monday January 11th 2021, following Department of Education and NPHET advice all schools will remain closed and remote learning will take place using the Seesaw platform. 

Further information in relation to reopening of schools will be communicated to you as soon as it becomes available.

Through Seesaw, your child's learning will progress. Therefore, I urge you to develop a daily routine for your child to engage fully with Seesaw.

Please note that your child's teacher is available dring school hours to help in any way that they can to help promote your child's learning.


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