The local St. Vincent de Paul representatives were extremely grateful to the children and our school community for the widespread generosity shown toward their 2017 Food Appeal.
Some excited children with special permission to stay up late tonight to see themselves on TV! Be sure not to miss our Junior Infants from Maria's class in Dr. Pixie McKenna's TV show, "You should really see a doctor." Tonight on RTE1 at 830. https://t.co/C5St5FFM0m — astonvillageetns (@astonvillage) December 6, 2017 Please like & share:
Our children in senior classes began learning Spanish on Thursday thanks to an initiative between our school and Ballymakenny College. Teachers Nicola and Ciara accompanied many of the transition year students who included some past pupils; John, Anna and Sylvian in their ranks. The children were very kindly transported over to us by McCullough Buses […]
The children have been very busy this week preparing and finishing their winter tree decorations for our fundraising efforts. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of yard equipment for the children and the cost for your child’s very own personalised decoration is €5.00. The decorations look amazing as you can see from the pictures. […]
We has a most enjoyable whole school assembly today which focused on the theme of respect. Our second classes of Brian’s and Naomi’s students took on the majority of the work. Together with our student teacher Dan, the classes prepared a specially written song and a rap for the occasion.
Courtesy, compliments and comradery were much in evidence this morning as we brought a close to ‘kindness week’ at our first assembly of the school year. Two children from each class were commended by their teachers and principal Dermot for particular kindness efforts they have exhibited. It was great to see our hall full and […]