6th Class are opening a stationary shop called ’Siopa Scoil’ , starting Monday the 22nd of January.
The shop will be located outside the language room upstairs and and will be open from 8:40am to 9:00am every morning. See price list below for details.
Large Pencil €0.70
Large Pritt Stick €2.00
Large Eraser €0.50
Small Eraser €0.20
Storage Sharpener €1.50
Pen (Black, red, blue) €0.50
Note Book €0.50
Hand Writing Copy €0.50
January is fast approaching. If your child is in 1st, 2nd,3rd,or 4th class he/she will be starting swimming in the new year. Please make sure you have paid online via the payment link sent to you by email. If you have not received this email please tell the office. Any other problems please speak to your class teachers.
17th January, 24th January,31st January, 7th February, 14th February, 21st February.
9am slot: Zara(1st class) & Caoimhe(3rd Class)
10am slot: Móna(2nd Class) & Diarmuid (4th Class)
28th February, 7th March, 14th March, 21st March,(Midterm Break), 11th April, 18th April
9am slot: Emilie(1st Class) & Paddy(3rd Class)
10am slot: Ailbhe(2nd Class) & Denis(4th Class)
We had a very successful intercultural week last week with lots of activities and events happening in the school. On Monday we had our Day of Travel where children had the opportunity to visit a number of classrooms and learn about different sports played in counties all over the world such as Japan, China Turkey and many more.
Throughout the week , classes were learning about different cultures through art , cooking and music . We had some excellent talks from parents and finished off the week with a food fair on Friday . Thank you to all the parents who contributed in any way. We had great fun and are looking forward to next year!!
Well done to the boys and girls in 4th – 6th class who represented the school in the National Basketball Arena last Wednesday. Although we didn’t win, both teams played fantastically and brought home medals for or their hard efforts. Well done to both teams.
Check out this link to see what exciting events were happening during STEM week in October.
Monday 23rd to Friday 27th is STEM WEEK!!
STEM stands for : Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths!!
This week is packed full of exciting talks and engineering activities. If you can be a part of it, please let your child’s class teacher know!
There is going to be a Fantastic Physics demo for each of the classes in the hall!
There will be engineering activities in the hall for children from Junior infants to 2nd class and the children from 3rd- to 6th will be taking part in a Paper Chain challenge.
Children will be exploring maths in art.
Children from 1st to 4th will be taking part in collaborative experiments.
Children from 5th and 6th Class will be presenting their science experiments in the hall from 1:30 to 3:30. Please drop in to see the hard work and effort the children have put in over the past few weeks getting this ready.
We will have a look at some of the activities the children have been up to in the week and what they’ve explored, learned and discovered in the process!!
This week at ACETNS, we have been learning all about Diwali. Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights and the celebration of new beginnings.
We had some amazing performances in assembly this week from parents and children who celebrate Diwali, with songs, dances, poems and stories.
We’re so lucky here at ACETNS to have so many talented children, here is one singing Twinkle Twinkle in Hindu for Diwali.
Department of Education have advised that for the health and safety of children and staff, schools are to remain closed tomorrow, Tuesday 17th October.
School closed tomorrow due to red status warning given by Met Éireann, national weather forecaster. Hurricane Ophelia is approaching Ireland and the Department of Education have advised all schools to close. The school shall re-open again Tuesday 17th.