Fairwell to our partner teachers from Portugal and Sweden who visited our school this week as part of the Erasmus project. Our visitors experienced daily life in our school by visiting classes, participated in a GAA lesson, took part in an Irish céilí and visited Croke Park and the Guinness Storehouse during their time here. We also participated in two workshops about Educate Together and a fascinating workshop about culture in schools. We wish to thank our parents who volunteered to take part in the workshop. Please visit the Erasmus page where we will update with more information and photographs about their tour.

Erasmus +

Next week our school will welcome teachers from Sweden and Portugal as part of the Erasmus + project in which ACETNS are participating. The main theme of the project is the exchange of good practice in relation to The Multicultural Class. The visiting teachers shall be in our school on Monday and Wednesday. On Tuesday they shall be brought on a cultural tour of Dublin. Visit the Erasmus + page for more information.

As part of our Erasmus + project our Student Council had a Skype meeting with our Swedish partners during a very challenging COVID 19 period. It was a great opportunity for our student council to talk to students from another country and share experiences. You can view the meeting on our ACETNS YouTube page or click on the link below.

Class Trips

This week both 4th and 6th class made the most of the wonderful weather and travelled into the city centre. 4th class visisted the Archaelogy Museum on Kildare Street, followed by St. Stephen’s Green. 6th class visited Dublin Castle on Tuesday.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

ACETNS are currently celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge from 8th- 15th March.

Classes are currently:

  • Listening and responding to Irish music/music by Irish bands 
  • Focusing on Irish poems 
  • Classroom Tráth na gCeist
  • Gaeilgeoir an Lae
  • Reading Irish myths and legends.

Hopefully next year our annual ceilí and parade will return.

Ukraine Collection


To aid families affected by the Refugee Crisis, we will be collecting the following (all new items please) this weekend to be sent to those who need help:

1.     BATTERIES (New)




No Nappies Please

If you would like to contribute – please send any of these items in with your child(ren) to school this Friday morning 11th March or Monday 14th March. Alternatively, you can drop them off to the school (Gate 1) on Saturday 12th between 14.00 and 16.00. Thanks everyone!,

We also may need help moving any material collected; so if you have access to a van and are willing to do a short run please let the office know 

Thank You for Your Support

The Parents Association