Many congratulations to Peter O’Shea in fifth class who came first in the EBS INTO handwriting Competition! Peter went to the Amber Springs Hotel in Gorey on Thursday to collect his prize and his certificate. Well done Peter!
Seachtain na Gaeilge was a huge success this year. Each class performed a selection of poems and songs that they have learned this year. The senior students visited the suiomh seachtain na gaeilge ar an idirlion. ANSEO Listen to our podcasts. An bhfaca tu mo Seamusin: click here / cnag anseo snag agus anseo anmadrarua We also celebrated St. Patrick’s Day Here are some of
Please note that Screen NS will close for the Easter holidays on Friday 26th of March and reopen on Monday the 12th of April. On behalf of the Irish Cancer Society we held our very own daffodil day fundraising. The school was decorated in spring colours, springtime and Easter art and plenty of the yellow balloons from the Irish Cancer Society. Our pupils created
On behalf of all the staff at Screen N.S, I would like to wish all our pupils and their families a very Happy Christmas. Looking forward to 2010, a busy year lies ahead, one that will see many positive changes to our school. Ms. Nicola Roche Reminders: School reopens on Thursday 7th January. There will be a Staff Meeting on Friday 8th January and
School Mass We had a lovely Advent Mass on the 8th December, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Sports Swimming has continued this term and the children are making great strides. After Christmas there will be 2 more swimming sessions. Luke and Dominic-our football trainers continue to come to school on Mondays and we thank them for their continued support with the development of
Hello World! Welcome to our Blog! Screen National School is a Mixed Primary School, catering for pupils from Infants to Sixth Class. It is a Catholic school under the patronage of the Bishop of Ferns. Screen NS is located in a picturesque rural location in Co. Wexford. The school is situated in the heart of the village of Screen, directly across from St. Cyprian’s