Good craic with Barry and his banjo!
Welcome to our fifteen new Junior Infants!
What a HUGE success… Thanks to all who made it happen and turned out on the day (& all week from Sunday 24th in Roscommon)! Thanks to our Parents Association, Táin March organisers, pupils,staff & parents of SN Lorcan, pupils, staff & parents of our school, The Granvue for allowing us to set up our feast and shelter from the rain, Sharon for sharing her expertise, the whole community of Omeath, all our generous sponsors, 27th Army Battalion, Dundalk & the wider communities of County Louth, Irish TV producers across Ireland… too many people to name…
Pupils and staff have been very busy getting ready for the Battle on Monday…
while the Bull has been rambling around Omeath…
The TÁIN MARCH started this weekend in Roscommon! Our walking ‘warriors’ couldn’t wait to get started! There is still plenty of time to join in on any of the nine days as we would be delighted of more volunteers… just contact Jim at 087-7930643.
Our OPEN DAY today was a big success. We were very excited about meeting our new Junior Infant pupils and look forward to welcoming them back on Monday 31st August 2015
County and North Leinster Champions in F.A.I. 5-a-side League
Comhghairdeas buachaillí! We are very proud of our boys soccer team who are through to the SPAR F.A.I. Leinster Championship on Thursday 30th April’15 – Please come & support us in Navan MDL Grounds.
Looking for a once-off adventure? Join us as we venture from Co.Roscommon to Co.Louth on the Táin March raising funds for our school and redevelopment of our football field. Our hard-working Parent’s Association are looking for volunteer walkers .. go on, you know you want to rise to the challenge!
Judging of our new Tree-Tribe garden in Omeath playground took place today (Mon.27th) Our young Tree-Tribe in collaboration with Omeath Tidy-Towns were a credit to co-ordinating teacher Ms.McKevitt. Well done boys and girls! Thanks also to members of the community – Marie McGuinness, Seán McGuinness (past pupil) Clare O’Hagan (Tidy-Towns), Jennifer & Jude Quinn, Anthony, Brian (Tidy-Towns) Jim Fearon, Jolene & Jeff Lin and all others who gave of their time so generously to make our ‘Wishing Orchard’ such a beautiful place.
WOW, WOW, WOW… We have just received notification of our 3rd Green Flag on Water Conservation. We are delighted for our school and dedicated Green-Schools committee.
What fun we had on Wednesday when we celebrated World Book Day dressed as different Book Characters. Thanks for supporting our Book Fair – we had a super response.
CHECK OUT OUR GALLERY PAGE FOR MORE PHOTOS!
Well done to Molly Ní Shúilleabhain whose beautiful artwork was chosen out of hundreds of entries in the Navan Education centre’s W.B. Yeats Commemoration Event. Molly will represent our school at a presentation in April.
Well done also to Tiarnan Collins-Knight and Philip McGovern who wrote poems entitled ‘Into the Future’ for ‘Write-a-Poem 2015’. Their wonderful poems will be published in a book and launched in Navan Education Centre in May. Comhghairdeas libh go léir!
Our Book Fair is on the way. Hooray! It’s dress-up as a book character day on Wednesday 25th March. Time to get our thinking-caps on… check out the following website for simple ideas:
Lá na Máithreacha Sona Duit!
Take a look at some HORROR-FILLED FUN in Scoil Naomh Bríd on Friday 24th! Check out our Gallery also for more spooky pics!
The pupils of Scoil Naomh Bríd have been working very hard to put together Christmas gifts in shoe-boxes for Team Hope, for children who are not as fortunate as themselves in Africa and Eastern Europe. Well done boys & girls!
We are very proud of our girls 9-a-side team who succeeded to reach the final of Corn Choláiste Bhríde on Sat.18th October in Knockbridge and were narrowly defeated by Monksland N.S. Well done cailíní!
We are very proud of our pupils, Colm, Calum, Manus, Patrick, Jacob & David, and also our past pupils, who won the Division 3B League Final in Darver on Saturday against Clann na Gael.
Our wonderful new Junior Infants on their first long day at ‘Big School’.
Reminders for New Term
- Irish Dancing with Connolly School of Irish Dancing: Monday 12ú Eanáir’15
- Violin & piano lessons: Recommencing on Friday 16ú Eanáir’15
Look at our very own Queen Meadhbh!
Click Enrolment form -updated 2015 to download a copy
‘Dress-Up as a Book Character Day’ at Scoil Naomh Bríd was a SUPER SUCCESS. Can you guess who we are dressed up as?
FRIENDSHIP WEEK at Scoil Naomh Bríd, Ardaghy
Be Active ASAP, Wednesdays at 3pm