Important Information Talk On The Stay Safe Programme Bullying/Cyberbullying Wednesday 27th February at 7pm in G.P. Hall, St. Patrick’s BNS Facilitated by Mrs. Colette Fleming
(Child Abuse Prevention Programme, Dublin) The aim of the Stay Safe Programme is to teach children personal safety skills so they can look after themselves in situations which could be upsetting or dangerous. It deals initially with common situations which most children will experience at some stage or
Tomorrow spells a very exciting evening for our ladies in Second Class and their teachers Miss Cronolly, Miss Walker, Miss McNamara and SNA Miss Brett. Led by our school chaplain, Fr Dixy and together with their parents and families the children will celebrate the first of two sacraments this year. At 6.30 pm tomorrow they will make their First Confession in the Church of the Holy Rosary. We are as always so grateful to Sr Margo who has helped with the music on the night. Hav
It may be a cliché but love is in the air in St Angela's as the polar animals of Winter are slowly being replaced by the flowers and love hearts of Spring.... 2019 has begun with some amazing art and craft work.
Such a great day! Our school website is all abuzz - www.stangelasns.ie - and posters, banners and photos all abound! The pupils enjoyed the html heroes and are preparing their own rap for an assembly!! Homework is the webwise quiz at home ! Pupils' rap will be recorded and uploaded to our YouTube channel and website. Thanks to Ms Alacoque Donnellan our SPHE and ICT coordinator at Angela's!
So proud of our ladies in 6th Class who donated some money to charity recently #irishpilgrimagetrust and #ronaldmcdonaldhouse. Both charities were thrilled with their support. Well done girls and their teachers!