Keeping Your Child Safe Online Workshop for Parents/GuardiansMarch 21st, 2019
Workshop for all parents/guardians of pupils in St. Tola’s National School
‘Keeping Your Child Safe Online – What Parents Need to Know’
Facilitated by Dr. Maureen Griffin, Forensic Psychologist, BA, MA, PhD
|Date:||Tuesday 26th March 2019|
|Venue:||St. Tola’s National School|
It is necessary to book your place at this workshop. Bookings can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 061 362894.
We would hope that one parent from each family would attend this very important workshop.
Thursday Note 21st March 2019March 21st, 2019
We hope you are well this week. Our news is as follows
- Dr. Maureen Griffin, a forensic psychologist will visit the school next Tuesday 26th March. She will facilitate a workshop for pupils in 3rd/4th classes and 5th/6th classes in relation to keeping safe online and will present a workshop for parents at 7.30p.m. that evening. There is no charge for this event and we hope that at least one parent from every family will be able to attend. We have extended the invitation for the evening workshop to the other primary schools in Shannon and will welcome parents from other schools also. We would ask that anyone attending books a place either by email at email@example.com or phone the school office at 061 362894.
Thursday Note 14th March 2019March 19th, 2019
We hope you are well this week as we head towards St. Patrick’s Day. Our news this week is as follows
- The Board of Management of St. Tola’s N.S. completed its annual review of the Child’s Safeguarding Statement at the Board meeting of Tuesday 12th March. The review was conducted in accordance with the “Checklist for Review of the Child Safeguarding Statement “ published on the Department’s website www.education.ie.
Listening and Responding to MusicMarch 11th, 2019
Over the past month, 5th class have been working on integrating music, art and ICT class together.
They listened to various pieces of music from around the world and had to quickly draw an animation of a scene that they imagined while listening to the music.
Photos were then taken of each drawing and the class created a movie together, adding in the music itself and commentary from every child in the class describing their work.
We hope you enjoy watching it and that you can take some time to imagine a scene for yourself!!
Spelling Bee 2019March 8th, 2019
The standard was really high from an early stage, which was clear when nobody got knocked out in the 1st round. The words got harder and harder as the rounds progressed. Children could ask for a definition of the word or to put it in a sentence.
Maneet, Simona and Evan were neck and neck in the final round and it came down to the wire, with Maneet being declared our Spelling Bee champion.
Congrats to Maneet who now qualifies for the county final!!
Well done everyone!!