Did you know?
We have over 1870 books for use in our 2nd to 6th classes!
We have novels by Roald Dahl, Michael Morpurgo, Anne Fine, David Walliams, Marita Conlon McKenna, any many many more!!!
A whole class read is an essential part of the primary school classroom and contributes to a positive, fun and exciting classroom environment!
Reading can be a very pleasurable experience; but it also helps to develop the mind and improve our critical thinking skills.
Happy Reading this year! We have uch to choose from here at St. Fiacc’s NS!
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First Class went on their school tour this month to Rathwood. We were treated to a train ride, a brilliant show, Teddy Bear’s Picnic, time in the indoor play area and the outdoor maze. We also got to make our more »
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Room 4 enjoyed a variety of activities during Active Schools Week. These activities included football, soccer, traditional games, obstacle courses, basketball, Drumfit and Olympic Handball. Thanks to all involved for a great week!
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Room 4 have been working on some STEM challenges this month. For challenge 1, the children worked in groups to plan, draw and build a class Lego Land. Their Lego house had to meet the following criteria it must be more »
It was great to have our school community back in St Clare’s church for the End of School Mass on Friday last. 2nd- 6th class attended in person and Infants-1st tuned in remotely. Many thanks to our fantastic Parish Priest Fr Dunphy and Parish Youth Coordinator Cathriona Kelly for the continued help and support throughout the year in the faith formation of our students.
What a game!
6th class students and Teachers had an epic match to finish off Active Schools Week 2022. Both teams gave it their all and it was a very fair and competitive match. Thanks so much Ms Minnock for organising the match and also for the ice-creams afterwards!
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Our Girls and Boys Gaelic Football Teams represented St Fiacc’s N.S last week in the Glór Ceatharlach Competition in the Eire Óg club grounds. Both teams performed really well and as always were a credit to the school. Comhghairdeacheas cailíní agus buachaillí agus míle buíochas roimh na múinteoirí- Ms Roche, Ms Byrne, Mr Nolan agus Ms Minnock.
Third class really enjoyed sharing their show and tell items with their classmates. Watch out for the leaf insect.