In line with the announcement by The Department of Education and Skills, our school will remain closed on Thursday & Friday of this week.
Following the issuing of a status Red weather warning, our school will remain closed today. A decision about tomorrow will be made later today.
We are continuing to monitor the weather conditions in Swords. Our first responsibility is the safety of all members of our school community. A decision on whether the school will open or not will be made in the context of that responsibility. It will be based on the weather and road conditions in the morning and the possibility of those conditions deteriorating during the school day. An update will be posted here on Wednesday morning.
Our school will close on Wednesday 21st February and Thursday 8th March at 12.00 p.m. to facilitate staff training in relation to new Child Protection legislation.
On 17 January, 2014 our friend, colleague and teacher was taken from us suddenly. As we approach the fourth anniversary of Olivia’s passing, we remember her in a special way. Olivia was a kind, caring and hardworking teacher. As a friend and colleague, Olivia was extremely generous, thoughtful and considerate. Olivia is sadly missed and fondly remembered by all who knew her.
Ní bheidh a leithéid arís ann.
We are now accepting applications for Junior Infants for the coming academic year 2018-2019. Please contact the school on (01) 8405132, firstname.lastname@example.org or call into the secretary’s office to collect an application form. The office is open from 9am-1:30pm and from 1:30-4pm, Monday- Friday. Forms should be returned by 31 January 2018, accompanied by a birth certificate, baptismal certificate (if the child is Roman Catholic) and proof of address.
There are a limited number of copies of our book available. These can be purchased from the school office at a cost of €12. To place an order, please phone (01) 8405132 or email email@example.com. Please allow €3 postage within the Republic of Ireland & NI, or €5.50 for an address anywhere in the rest of the world. All proceeds go directly to the school.
The book is thematic in its layout. It opens with a brief history of the school and the changes and improvements to the buildings and grounds over the past 50 years. The next section includes interviews with past pupils from each of the five decades, as well as interviews with teachers from each of the five decades. The next section details the ancillary staff, student council and other groups within our school community. Then follows a comprehensive section covering the events and activities of the past 50 Years. The final section has class photographs featuring all of our pupils of 2016 and some of their views on our school.
This 80 page publication is filled with coloured photographs and is a fascinating read for anyone who has had an association with or interest in our school during its 50 Year history.
Ní neart go cur le chéile!
Tickets for the Christmas Raffle are on sale now. Tickets cost €2 each. A book of 10 tickets costs €20. Tickets can be purchased by contacting the secretary’s office.
Sincere thanks to the Parents’ Association which has oranised the raffle and the fantastic prizes.
A team from 4th class recently represented the school in the Fingal Futsal Blitz and performed brilliantly winning 3 out of their 4 matches, finishing 3rd overall. The team comprised of Jack Hensman, Evan Colgan-Markey, Cían Myles, Matteo Marsella, Sam Cheung, William Eghrudje, Conor Marsden, Adam Gargan, TJ o Rourke, Charlie Loughran and Jack Hughes and were managed by Ms.Moore and Mr. Fitzmaurice. Well done boys!