Anseo í Scoil Náisiúnta na Scríne baintear iarracht an mhór chun bheith ag caint as Gaeilge i gcónaí agus mar sin, thosamar ag tabhairt corn álainn amach gach seachtain ar an Aoine don páiste a rinne an iarracht is mhó ar scoil i rith na seachatine! Is fearr linn Gaeilge briste ná Béarla cliste!!!!
Here in Screen We are going to celebrate Grandparents’ Day on the 17th of February! We’re already busy getting ready for this special day in our calendar! Mass at 11am followed by refreshments in the school and an opportunity to visit the kids in their classrooms. All are welcome.
This month’s Aistear theme in Junior and Senior Infants was the Antarctica! We really enjoyed reading books like ‘Little Penguin, Lost!’ and the ‘Emporer’s Nest’ Check out the creative kids who turned our sand table into an Antarctic Landscape in the featured image! We know all about the South Pole and can tell you many facts; It’s the coldest place on Earth It has
2nd and 3rd class got a lovely treat today for all their hard work over the past couple of weeks! HOT CHOCOLATE with MARSHMALLOWS!!! A big thank you to Cak who helped get it all ready!!!
On Thursday the 25th of January, the RSA (Road Safety Authority) sent a wonderful lady named Fiona to teach us all about Road Safety! She visited every class in our school and even gave out some extra road safety equipment on top of what the RSA had previously provided for the lucky boys and girls in Screen NS! We’ve even been learning the Safe
Welcome to Screen N.S. Blog for the school year 2017. Sixth class are taking over the blog this year, each month there will be a new media team. For the month of October Colm, Jack, John, Ruth and Niamh are taking over! Sam Maguire Cup Comes to Screen We were very lucky to have All-Ireland winning footballer Eoghan O’Gara visit our school. He brought
Meet the new Junior Infants in Screen National School
Our annual summer camp takes place from 14th to 18th August. For further information contact the school on firstname.lastname@example.org
We had a great day in school when we welcomed Camoige President Catherine Neary to school as part of the Féile visits. It was great to have some of the players visit also. The sea of jerseys added to the festivities, along with the choir and the musicians! We all went home with samples of tuna courtesy of the Féile’s sponsor, John West!