March Newsletter (NEW)

Marina

Download the Newsletter here Seachtain Na Gaeilge Next week is ‘Seachtain na Gaeilge’.  The children will be participating in a few different activities throughout the week culminating in our céilí on Thursday.  The children can wear something green to school on Thursday 12th March for ‘Lá Glas’  (No Uniform Day). Please do not go out and buy anything new.  We …

February Newsletter (New)

Marina

Download the February Newsletter No Uniform Day The Parent’s Association are holding a non-uniform day on Friday 14th February. The girls are encouraged to wear pink or red and to bring in €1 as this is a Parents Association fund raising activity. School Uniform Children must wear their school uniform to school every day. Tracksuits can only be worn on …

Useful learning resources for Parents

Marina

IsFeidirLiom another website to help parents with spoken Irish at home. IrishforParents this is a website to help parents with their children’s Irish homework. Gaeilge.ie links to Seadáin Si and some nice interactive stories National Council for Curriculum Assessment – useful tips and videos to help with your child’s leaning Literactive – teaching children to read Help My Kid Learn – …

School Holiday schedule 2019-2020

Marina

Scoil Bhríde Holidays 2019 – 2020 School Bhríde reopens on:   Thursday 29th August 2019 Halloween Break: Closed Monday 28th October to Friday 1st November. Re-opens Monday 4th November Christmas Break: Closing Friday 20th December @ 12 noon. Re-opening on Monday 6th January 2020 February Mid Term Break: Closed Monday 17th to Friday 21st February. Re-opening Monday 24th February St. Patrick’s weekend: Monday …

Parent Volunteers – Garda Vetting

Marina

Each year we need the help of parent volunteers to assist us on school outings etc. Each parent needs to be Garda vetted to accompany the children on school tours, coaching etc. Last year we had to ask a number of parents to be vetted in order for school tours to take place. We kindly ask that any parent who …

Weaving Well Being

Marina

The students from 3rd to 6th class will be working on the ‘Weaving Well Being’ programme this year. This programme, which is taught over 10 lessons, gives children the opportunity to weave positivity into their daily lives through a range of activities in a variety of areas. These areas include identifying and using their authentic character strengths, boosting positive emotions, …