Scoil an Spioraid Naoimh

Summer is here at last!

It has been a challenging year and we are all looking forward to the bright summer days ahead. These last few weeks of school are some of the busiest of the whole year at Scoil an Spioraid Naoimh. There is plenty of learning taking place – in the on-line space, in the classroom, as well as outdoor lessons. We can now avail more of the wonderful amenities on our doorstep with trips to the beach and the re-introduction of some initiatives like outdoor GAA coaching. Our 6th class children are preparing for their transition to secondary school and the next exciting phase of their educational experience. They are looking so grown up in their Class of 2021 SSN hoodies.

End of Year preparations – do we have your email address?
Parents and Guardians are reminded that they should provide an email address to the Secretary’s Office – if they have not already done so – to facilitate the emailing of End of Year School reports in June.

Mr Price shop gets a visit from Loinnir!
Linus, Corey, Kieran and Freya undertook a field trip to the newly opened Mr Price store to check if it was up to standard – and they were delighted with their purchases. Here they are raring to shop in their Hi-Viz vests in the new store!.

Enrolment in September 2021
We still have some places available for 3rd class in September. Please see our school website or contact the Secretary’s Office for details. If your child is presently in 3rd, 4th, or 5th class, but will not be returning to school in September, please inform the Secretary’s Office as soon as possible.
School Booklists 2021-2022

Parents and Guardians – please note that School Booklists for 2021-2022, details on school uniform, payments, Healthy Lunch Policy, school transport, etc., are all available on our school website under the Parent tab. h’s Class took to the beach and in their pods, each group built an interpretation of an Early Christian Ireland dwelling, using natural materials from the land. 

Save the Date! SSN School Clothing Collection is kindly being arranged by the Parents Association on 17th June, 7 – 9pm only. A great opportunity to recycle unwanted clothing. More details will follow.

Ms Fosters 5th Class received seed packs as part of the ‘Grow it Forward’ initiative from Meath Co.Co. Library. Grow It Forward is a national programme to help half a million people #KeepWell by growing their own food – In partnership with Healthy Ireland and Libraries Ireland.  

The children planted Carrots, Tomatoes, Peas, Lettuce & Beetroot on a lovely sunny afternoon and can’t wait to see them grow over the summer! 
Above – Ms Kirk’s 6th Class – who are really enjoying learning the Ukelele, getting in some practice in the school grounds. They are learning the song ‘Riptide’ at the moment. The ukeleles were purchased with monies from a music grant from Meath Co. Council. §

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