Here in Newport NS we always like to support the local community and local businesses, especially those run by past pupils!
When you are shopping for your child's school stationery items, why not pop in to Ashling's on Main Street. Ashling has a copy of all the class book lists, and can put the items together for you and have ready for collection.
All books are available to purchase from local bookshops including McLoughlin's Westport, Eason's Castlebar and Castle Books, Castlebar. A copy of all book lists will be made available to these bookshops NEXT WEEK for reference.
If you applied for a Book Grant, please do not purchase any books until you have received your Book Grant.
Yesterday many of the children of 1st Class did a Zoom bake along together where Moya shared her chocolate biscuit cake recipe. It was a great success as you can see from the delicious results. They’ll be plenty of chocolate biscuit cake at the school's next cake sale!
Many thanks to the parents for organising this lovely activity
Water Safety Ireland's PAWS (Primary Aquatics Water Safety) programme outlines the essential life-saving guidelines that every child needs to know. Learn skills that can save lives. PAWS delivers invaluable lessons that are simple common sense. Every parent is more than qualified to guide their children through them, and all lessons have been adapted to facilitate home learning.
Mayo.ie....Through the Ages. Ring your grandparents and have a chat. Let them tell you a story about when they were young. Record the story on paper and send your entry to Mayo County Library, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. These stories will be digitised and included in their archives for future generations.
I hope you and your family are keeping well at this time.
Keeping our children in isolation is a very alien concept for them. There may be many changes in their behaviour and mood. Their mental well-being is of utmost priority. For that reason I am not putting any pressure on you to complete any of the following activities. The children may not want to engage at all as their motivation levels ha...
I hope that you are all keeping well and are happy at home. This has been a trying time for everyone. Despite being very confined you are doing very well.
Thank you for completing lessons and for keeping up with your schoolwork. Today marks the start of the Easter break which will run for the next two weeks. Children should take a break from formal lessons and enjoy playing and resting. Your teachers w...
To supplement the work children are doing at home as guided by their own teachers, check out RTE's Home School Hub. The ‘virtual classroom’ airs on RTE2 from 11am to 12pm. Later on in the day, RTE Home School Extra will air as a catch-up programme at 4.15pm.
Great to see the whole country pulling together to make sure our children don't miss out during this challenging time.