Apologies, these are the final arrangements for the Open Violin Lessons this year to be held in the Upstairs Music Room Wednesday 11th December 9:00 2nd Class Ms Brennan 9:20 2nd Class Ms Connolly 9:40 2nd Class Ms Kehoe 10:00
Parents & Guardians, You are invited to an information Morning ‘Don’t be Mean behind your Screens’ on Thursday December 5th from 9am – 11am. Paula O Connor is hugely knowledgeable on all things in the online world. Our 5th &
The School were delighted to buy 16 Chrome Books, which were delivered in September. We used money from the Fun Run last year to pay for them. For now, the Chrome Books are being used upstairs by all classes, and are
The AGM of the Parents Association will be held on Thursday 3rd October at 7pm in the small hall. If you would like to be nominated on to the Parents Association please send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Parents’ Association
Dear Parents, We’re making communication easier, faster and more effective I’m pleased to advise parents that our school has introduced a new service, Komeer. This means that we can communicate with you more quickly and cost effectively via the Komeer
The school garden project has won a merit award from Dublin City Council. Claire O’Brien and Greg Flynn, our volunteer Garden Gurus, attended the presentation ceremony in the Civic Offices in Wood Quay recently. The Certificate of Merit and photographs
The Junior Achievement Programme will be run in 4th class this year. Volunteers from the business world will visit both 4th classes over the next few weeks presenting workshops to the children on goal setting, team work and leadership skills.
The International Music Council recently announced that the SCOIL UNA NAOFA VIOLIN & ORCHESTRA PROJECT has been selected as the 2019 LAUREATE of the IMC 2019 MUSIC RIGHTS AWARD. The nomination was made by the European Orchestra Federation, and adjudicated
The PA are looking for volunteers to help with the school Garden Project, the school sports teams and if you are arty, to help with painting the front windows of the school. If you are interested please contact email@example.com or
A healthy and varied school lunch is supplied to all children in the school. Parents have the option to change the lunch at any stage via the Glanmore online system using your log-in details. Individual log-in details will be distributed
We welcome back from career break Ms McCarrick and Ms Burke. We wish Mr Shanahan, Ms. O’Connell and Ms Waldron the very best of luck this year as they begin their first year of career break to teach and travel
The new booklist and calendar for the 2019/2020 is available online. View Booklist View Calendar
On Thursday, June 13th, the junior classes had a surprise visitor to the school. It was ‘Chase’ from Paw Patrol. Chase is a German shepherd who serves as a police and spy dog in Paw Patrol. He is the most
Ms Coady, Ms Thakarar & Mr Shanahan’s 3rd & 4th classes went to Claralara in Co Wicklow on Wednesday 12th of June. Ms Duignan & Ms Forde’s 5th & 6th Classes went to Carlingford, Co Louth on Monday 10th of
Due to weather forecast, our junior school sports day has been rescheduled until Monday, 17th June, same arrangements. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
At the end of May, athletes from 3rd – 6th travelled to Santry Stadium to compete in Santry Sports. Santry Sports is run every year by Cumann na mBunscoil, which also organises the Gaelic football, hurling and camogie competitions in
A few photos of Ms Caulfield’s 1st class enjoying their PE lessons
Our annual May Procession took place on Thursday, 23rd May at 1pm on the back yard. Pupils who have received the sacrament of communion last week were given the opportunity to process in their communion outfits and prayers were offered
On Friday, 17th May and Tuesday, 21st May, respectively, Mr Malone’s 6th class boys and Ms Forde’s 6th class girls, visited the Hugh Lane Gallery in town to take part in a city wide scheme called Zoom@the HughLaneGallery. The aim
Early Start– 14th May – Lullymore Farm 1st Classes – 18th June – Fort Lucan 2nd Classes –18th June – Fort Lucan Junior Infants – 19th June – Glenroe Pet Farm Senior Infants – 19th June – Glenroe Pet Farm
The School Orchestra performed in Walkinstown Library after school on Wednesday 15th May. Well done to all performers! Wednesday, 22nd May – Open Lessons Thursday 23rd May – Open Lessons Thursday 6th June – RIAM In-School Exams Monday 10th June
Scoil Úna Naofa Parent Association are running a clothing collection in conjunction with Bag2School. By getting involved in our Bag2School collection you have an opportunity to sort through your cupboards and wardrobes and donate any unwanted textiles in the bag provided
Mr Malone brought his 6th class boys to Trinity College to see the Long Library, the Book of Kells and they also got the opportunity to speak to students attending college there and see what the dorms looked like. We
Testing for all pupils takes place during the month of May. Please ensure that children are well rested for the testing which will be ongoing in the junior school from the 8th May and begins in the senior school from
Junior Achievement Business volunteers will visit the school on Friday 17th May for a STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering and Maths) workshop and goal orientated lessons. This involves working with our two 5th classes using P.E. and Maths as a blended lesson to
News from The Gardening Team The New Gardening Team was formed in April 2019, to help Claire in the garden. As part of the project, compost bins have been put into 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Classes. Raw fruit and
Mini-Beasts Ms. Nulty’s class have been busy with an inquiry-based learning project. The children spent two weeks investigating and finding out the different things that mini-beasts need to grow and stay healthy. The children explored investigative equipment then used this
Ms. O’ Donovan’s Junior Infants planted Cress seeds in their class. The children learned all about what plants and seeds need to grow. Each child filled their own pot with compost and sprinkled some cress seeds on top. They also
Ms Gaffney’s Boys and Girls were busy planting seeds and doing Easter Art.
Ms Thakarar 4th Class, Ms Cody 3rd class and Mr Shanahan’s 4th Class are going to Clara Lara on the Wednesday 12th June. The children will need to be in school at 8:15 on that day. They will be home
Ms Nulty commenced Lego Club for a 6 week term commenced 19th September Dates: 19th, 26th Sept, 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th October Day: Thursday Time: 2:30-3:30pm Cost: €30(€5 per week) Please return form and the full sum of money
All classes are continuing to check their Walk on Wednesday tracker of how many pupils walk to school each Wednesday. The evening walks are continuing to be a huge success and we really hope to keep these going. So please
Many congratulations to Mairéad (Ms O’Mahony) who had an Easter baby, a beautiful girl called, Hazel. We look forward to seeing the new baby soon.
Congratulations to Ashad from Ms Connolly’s senior infant class who won the Easter Hamper from Glanmore Foods. Ashad is pictured with his little brother Meekal from Ms Gaffney’s senior infant class and also the rest of the senior infant classes
Our 2nd class pupils will be making their first Holy Communion on Saturday, 18th May at 11.30 a.m. in St Agnes’ Parish Church. All children participating in the choir for the Mass should meet at the church at 11a.m. Communion
Next parent association meeting is due to take place at 7pm on 14th May. All are welcome to come and join.
Our Junior and Senior Infant School tour is booked for: Date: Wednesday 19th June 2019 Location: Glenroe Farm Time: Please ensure your child is in their line by 08:50am sharp (We hope to return to school for 1:40pm approximately) Cost
The final trip of the year for parents and guardians will be on Thursday, 23rd May. We are going on the Viking Splash tour which brings us on a tour of Dublin City’s main sights. Trips are a great way
Presentation of Active School Flag (ASF) – Friday April 5th 2019 Scoil Úna Naofa was awarded an ‘Active School Flag’ in 2018. This followed a great effort by the whole school to increase our physical Activity, some of which can
As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge (which actually lasts for the whole month of March), all classes in school performed songs, dances and poems for each other. All pupils were encouraged to use more Irish everyday and won prizes and