Well done to all the boys who had a great performance in their first game of the Cumann na mBunscol Division 1 league beating Ballylinan on a scoreline of 4-8 to 3-6. It was a great game and both teams showcased more »
Today we officially became a Digital School of Distinction. Thanks to past pupil and Head of the Teaching Council, Mr Tomás O’Ruairc, as well as Senator Jennifer Murnane O’Connor for speaking and officially raising our Digital School of Excellence Flag. more »
We had three teams represent the school in GAA Rounders in the Heath GAA grounds on Wednesday. All teams performed very well on the day with one team qualifying for the Laois Mixed Finals on the 20th June. Thanks more »
Best of luck to St Fiacc’s hurling team who take on Stradbally this Wednesday at 12.30pm in Ballylinan in the Laois Cumann na mBunscol Semi Final.
Our 6th class students created a wonderful display for the Sacred Space area in the lobby. As May is the month of our Lady, we will pray to her for help and guidance this month at Assembly every Friday.
Thanks to all who supported our fantastic Book Fair. There were great books to be had and a large percentage of the takings went back into buying more books for our own school library. A big thank you to more »
Pictures from Today’s assembly. Well done to all award winners, art competition winners, singers, Irish dancers and project makers.
St Fiacc’s was taken over today by Harry Potter’s, Gangsta Grannies, Matilda’s, Oompa Loompa’s and many other popular characters from children’s’ favourite books to celebrate World Book Day. All students received a book voucher that can be used in the more »
Well done to the 6th class students who presented their ‘Run Right’ project to the Irish Primary PE Association and to Secondary school students in DCU on Wednesday. Their innovative project was highly commended by all on the day and more »
Mr Kelly’s 5th class enjoying his interactive local History Tour today where they visited Carlow Castle, The Croppy Grave, Wellington Bridge, St Clare’s Church, The Poor Clare Monastery and Millennium Bridge. A great afternoon was had by all exploring more »
Last Thursday and Friday, St Clare’s church came alive with the sounds of beautiful music and songs. All class groups performed over the two days. Thanks to Mr Kelly for arranging the sound, Fr Dunphy for allowing us to use more »
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Some pictures of staff and students making their way through the snow last week. Thanks to all who worked to make sure that we were able to open up our school doors.
The laptop trolley is getting great use in Mr Kelly and Ms Mullens classes this year. They are being used as a valuable tool in St Fiacc’s N.S to access all areas of the curriculum.
Mr Shiel’s fifth class had a fantastic visit to the Carlow County Museum two weeks ago. Thanks to Dermot and the staff at Carlow County Museum for showing the students all about the history of our beautiful town.
Sixth class students were busy this week making videos of Ms Walsh’s Senior Infants running. Over the coming weeks they are going to teach key fundamental movement skills to help the children run more effectively in the future. We more »
Well done to all our Students of the Week and Gaelgeoir na Seachtaine from last week. Thanks to Fr Dunphy for the lovely Advent Service.We used our brand new i-pads to test our Advent knowledge for extra prizes on more »
St Fiacc’s N.S will remain closed tomorrow, Tuesday 17th October, as advised by the Department of Education on account of Storm Ophelia.
This Sunday at 4pm Fr Dunphy will have a special blessing for all our students’ pets outside the Parish Centre to mark the Feast of St Francis. Hope to see you all there (with your pets!)
Well done to our fantastic Students of the Week and Gaeilgeoir na Seachtaine this week!
The boys team lost narrowly to Portlaoise on Tuesday .We are hoping for a better outcome on Wednesday at 12.30 when we take on Killeshin in the club grounds. We are training again on Monday. Best of luck boys!