Well done to our pupils who have been chosen as “Students of The Week” and “Friends of The Week”  in their respective classes. Maith Sibh!! Click here to see more…. 11/03/2016

March 3rd Today we celebrated World Book Day in the school. All our pupils and teachers embraced the feel good factor and dressed up as their favourite character from a book/comic. We had quite an array of costumes and characters on show today. Thank you to all who dressed up and to Mrs Kehoe for organising the event. Have a look at our slideshow of the various charcaters….

Congratulations to Padráig Earl and Ciara Sharp for their winning entries in “Draw Your Life In Black & White” art competitions. Padráig won 2nd prize overall and Ciara won a highly commended award. Well done to all our students who entered the competition.

Dia daoibh! A reminder to all pupils and families that the school will be closed for mid term on February 18th & 19th. The school will also be closed for the upcoming General Election on February 26th.  

Congratulations to Emily Kirkland (6th) and Katie Johnson (5th) on their competition wins. The girls have both won prizes for their fantastic efforts in the Wexford Christmas Decoration competition and the Wexford Christmas Card competition respectively. What a brilliant achievement to have their entry chosen as one of the winners. Well done to all students who entered the competitions on behalf of our school. Maith Sibh!

Every year our school enters the Wexford County Council Christmas Decoration Competition. The competition is open to all classes and this year  the children created some fantastic decorations. The idea is that each decoration must be made from bits and pieces which would otherwise be put in the bin. It teaches us how easy it is to reuse things and encourages the children to use their creativity. The judges had a very… Read More

The musicians in our school meet every Wednesday to practise and learn traditional Irish music. Mr Nimmo arranges the group each Wednesday, he also joins in as he plays the banjo. The group possess great variety with tin whistles, violins, a flute, guitars, a harp and a banjo. The group recently played for the members of the Defence Forces when they came to visit the school. They are now preparing to accompany… Read More

Presentation of “An Bhratach Náisiúnta” to the school. Monday November 16th was a very special day for our school and the wider school community. The school hosted an official visit from Óghlaigh na hÉireann as part of the Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme. Two members of the Defence Forces, Lieutenant Flood and Private MacNeill visited the school and presented the Tri Colour and a copy of the Proclamation of Independence to our school…. Read More