Well done to the boy’s soccer team who took part in the FAI spar primary 5s today. Two teams from ACETNS were entered, playing four matches each. The boys played brilliantly despite the tough weather conditions.
Next week at ACETNS we will be celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge and there are lots of exciting activities planned for each day !
Monday: County Colours Day
Pupils are encouraged to wear county colours/jerseys. It can be the Dublin colours/jersey or the colours of a county they have visited or have relatives from.
Tuesday: Trath na gCeist
There will be a Trath na gCeist for 2nd to 6th class at 1:20.
The Ceili will take place from 09:00-10:00 for Junior Infants, Senior Infants and 1st class. Parents are encouraged to attend as the pupils in these classes will not be dancing in evening Ceili.
The evening Ceili will take place at 7:30 in the evening for 2nd-6th classes. There will be no Ceili during school time for these classes.
Friday: Assembly Performances
Each class will perform their Irish song at assembly.
On Friday the pupils will take part in the annual St. Patricks Day parade around Adamstown. Pupils are encouraged to wear green and to bring/wear art completed during the week.
The Department of Education has informed all schools to close until Monday, due to adverse weather conditions.
Well done to all the boys and girls that represented the school in the first Cross Country race of the season.
The event took place in Griffeen Valley Park and we had two winners overall , with a number of children making the top ten.
The next race will be held on March 7th .
Caoimhe’s 3rd Class have been learning all about the Explanation Writing genre this week.
Explanation texts tell us how or why something happens and describe a process:)
Take a look at the ‘Teacher Pleaser Machine’ by 3rd Class , a great example of explanation writing!!
4th class told us all about Cyber Bullying last week at Assembly – what it is and how we can stop it.
Take a look at their brilliant performance of ‘ Mean’ by Taylor Swift!!!
‘Pollution, Pollution’ – Take a listen to this amazing rap by 4th Class – Telling us all about the effects of Pollution on our environment.
Our Assembly song this week!!
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