Craft Fair 2017

A big thank you for all the support and amazing creativity of our parents and children at ACETNS’s first ever craft fair.



We here in ACETNS are very passionate about the variety of languages that are spoken in our school.

We as a school have decided to learn a new one and it’s called Lámh.

Lámh  means hand in irish, and it is a simple Irish sign language used to help people communicate.

Lámh- hello

Say ‘Hello’ and make this Lámh sign when greeting people

Here are two videos of Colette teaching the children and teachers in our school Lámh.

We hope you can follow our video lessons each week and use Lámh with us in the school.

Autism Awareness Week

Autism Awareness Week is being celebrated in the school from the 27th – 31st March.
Stay tuned to for more information!!


The children in the school have been learning about how many children with autism experience their surroundings differently, with a sensory overload!!


The teachers were also very lucky today to have Brian from Autism awareness Ireland come and talk to us about how we can be more aware of the different ways children learn.


On Friday the school will have a big sponsored walk to raise money for equipment for the sensory garden and the den. The children have been given sponsorship cards and it would be great if you could help in any way you can. Hope to see everyone there!

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017

Seachtain na Gaeilge has begun!!! This is a week of activities where we encourage the children to speak Irish and learn Irish songs, dances and stories.

Tuesday:  Céilí Mór
Junior Céilí:   Junior Infants to 1st Class; from 09:00-10:00 in school Tuesday morning.
Senior Céili:  2nd to 6th Class; at 19:30 in school Tuesday evening

Thursday :10:45: St. Patricks Day parade
Pupils are encouraged to wear green and to bring/wear art completed during the week.

12:40 :Trath na gCeist
Quiz in Irish

This years Seachtain na Gaeilge was another great success! Thank you to all the dancers, musicians, teachers and parents who made it so special. Special thanks to Zara for her hard work in getting all the children ready for the Céilí Mór and Aisling for organising another great Seachtain na Gaeilge. We also now have a beautiful mural on the yard outside the hall helping us learn a ‘cúpla focal as gaeilge'(couple of words in Irish). 


Check out some of the teachers and parents at our annual Céilí Mór : Video 1  Video 2

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‘May the road rise up to meet you’