- Christmas Play DVD- The Christmas Play DVDs have been ordered and will be dispersed to pupils in school when they arrive. (Any late orders can be added up to Fri 19th)
- ‘Off the Hook’ Fundraiser– Banteer Drama Group want to thank the community of St Brendan’s N.S. for their support on Friday last. The Group also made a particular mention of thanks to the pupils who were present on the night, for the commendable attention and manners shown to the cast during the show. A special thanks also to the Parent Association for their organisation of the evening and all the preparations made in the lead up to the event. €1,300 was raised on the night. Very well done to all involved.
- RDS Primary Science Fair- 5th and 6th class will participate in the RDS Primary Science Fair, which takes place in Mary Immaculate College in Limerick on this Saturday, January 20. The children are currently putting the final touches to their project, which explores “Will increasing our fitness levels, improve our school work?” It promises to be a great day out and all the pupils are looking forward to presenting their project on the day and visiting all the other exhibitions.
- Aistear- Junior and Senior Infants will participate in Aistear every Tuesday and Thursday of this term with Ms. O’Connor and Ms. Fleming. Aistear is an educational initiative around learning and developing through thematic play in the infant classroom.
- Internet Safety Night– St Brendan’s N.S. Parent Association have organised an Internet safety night for the parents and community of our school on Thursday, January 25 in the school hall commencing at 7.30pm. Please make a special effort to attend as internet safety and usage is a very prevalent issue in today’s society, in particular for our children. The presentation is expected to last about 90 mins. An information letter is also attached to the newsletter email to outline the content covered during the seminar. If you have any additional questions regarding the presentation please don’t hesitate to ask. All parents are welcome.
Le gach dea ghuí,