Payments to School
- Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017
- Envelope Day – Monday, March 6, 2017
2017 Envelope Day – Monday, March 6, 2017. The following letter will be sent home in bags today. We thank you for your continued support.
- Operation Transformation 10@10
On Friday February 10th, the school celebrated receiving our Active Schools Flag. As part of this, we took to the yard to participate in Operation Transformation’s 10@10 (Ten minutes of activity at 10am)
- Valentine’s Day Cake Sale – A Huge Success
Thanks everyone who baked, bought, volunteered, we raised €870. today at the Valentine’s Day Bake Sale! Also a huge thank you to our 6th class helpers!
- Valentine’s Bake Sale – Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Next Tuesday, February 14th, North Bay will host a Valentine’s Day Bake Sale. All proceeds from the sale will benefit the school. All children will be given the chance to visit the sale during school hours. We asked that you send … Continue reading →
- Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017
Category Archives: 4th Class
4th class went on a trip to the Botanic Gardens on the Wednesday before the Midterm Break. Our guide gave us a wonderful tour of the grounds and we learned about various plant life, Harvest foods, vegetables and flowers and got to visit the pumpkin exhibition that was on display. A few children in our class had entered the competition and Pippa and Zelda came first in their age category with Cheshire cats from Alice in Wonderland. The other pumpkins on display were fantastic too! Have a look at some of our photos from the day.
We have been making model crannógs as part of our study of the Celts.
Here are some examples. Click on the image to see an animated version.
This year’s individual parent teacher meetings have been scheduled for Wednesday November 25th and Thursday November 26th. These meetings are for all classes from Senior Infants to 6th class. Junior Infant meetings will take place in February when the children have settled into school. Infant children will go home as normal on these days and children from 1st to 6th will go home at 14.05 on both of these days.
These professional meetings are for adults. It is important, therefore that children, especially pre-school children, are taken care of outside of school for the duration.
You will receive a time allocation of 10 minutes. Please try to be on time and to schedule a future meeting if more time is needed to discuss specific concerns. As always, we are happy to meet with and involve parents in the life of our school. If, throughout the year, you need to pass on information about a small matter, you are welcome to mention it from 08.40-08.50 in the morning or directly after school on collection. If you need to schedule a longer meeting please talk to Judy and she will help you arrange it.
We are looking forward to seeing all of you.
It’s that time of year again and with it comes dressing up, the Harvest Cake Sale and of course our Poetry Recitation Competition.
Here are the poems on offer. You need to learn the poem off by heart (no reading allowed) and then perform it for your class. Two will be chosen from each class to represent them in the gala final on Friday 23rd.