Sincere thanks to Gráinne, Lauren and Kate who represented our school so well in the Connaught Primary Schools Swimming Finals in Athlone this weekend. We are super proud of them. We don't know who the gentleman is who photobombed this snap but he was a friendly chap. Never judge a book by its cover 🤣!
The National Schools Connacht cross country and Senior Leg 1 scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday in Roscommon is now cancelled due to the imminent storm.
The Connacht Region organisers hope to reschedule the event in the next couple of weeks dependant upon the availability of the venue.
Taking a walk around our school we couldn't but be taken by the bright, welcoming and topical displays of class work. Take a moment to savour the atmosphere and the hard work being done by all the teachers, staff and students.
For the last few weeks in Senior Infants our Aistear theme has been the Airport. We learned a lot about the airport and we played at the airport too. We made passports. These had a lot of information about ourselves on them, like our names, age, where we come from and what we look like. We pretended to be passengers going on a plane. Our passports had to be checked at the check-in desk, where we were given our boarding passes. Then we went through security and our luggage had
As a result of the status Red Weather Alert and acting on the latest advice from the Dept. of Education, in the interests of health and safety for all our students, families and staff we will remain closed tomorrow Monday 16th October and re-open on Tuesday morning October 17th. The Do This in Memory of Me meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday night also. Take care. Bí slán.
There are a lot of exciting maths activities taking place in classrooms at the minute here in St Angela's. Special Thanks to Ms Jennings & Ms Cronolly for taking these pictures of the girls enjoying Maths! Active learning at its best!
You may already know that schools all over Ireland are experiencing an outbreak of head lice and we are no exception. For the first time in many years secondary schools are also having the same problem. We have already this year sent out text messages and a letter to relevant classes requesting that all children be routinely checked for head lice/nits and that hair/bed linen/clothes etc. be treated to get rid of the problem once and for all. It is necessary that we all act on
Gardaí Michael Carroll and Georgina Gallagher visited our school on Wednesday October 4th to discuss the topic of Internet Safety with our 6th Classes. They had a great discussion and many aspects of Internet Safety across a wide variety of media were discussed. We thank the local Gardaí for their help in this area. It is really important to be very vigilant in this area. There are many great resources available on www.webwise.ie
This is an outline of our Care Week. An inclusive, caring, friendly school climate is encouraged. It is important to embrace positive, open, respectful relationships and we take time this week to reflect on this. It is important to inform someone if your child encounters any bullying behaviour in school. Do not let a situation escalate, it can be dealt with swiftly at an early stage. OUR SCHOOL CARES