Newsletter October 2016 Autumn is at last upon us and the days are getting shorter and colder. Reminder: Mid-term next week: School Closed I would like to remind you that our first half term is nearly at an end and mid- term break takes place next week. There is no…
June 9th 2016 Some very Important dates to note for your diaries. School Inservice Half day on Friday June 24th: School closes at 12:20 pm for all children All primary schools have been instructed to take a teacher in-service half day before the end of the school year. This is…
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April Newsletter Reminder School closed all next week for midterm break, as per school calendar. Dear Parents, How the year has flown! We are already heading into the second half of last term and into the beginning of summer, although you would never think it from the weather. I want…
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Notice: Recurring problem of Head lice: Parent Alert Dear Parents, Head lice is a recurring problem that affects all school children and all schools. This is not a problem that we can deal with in school. We rely on the parent body to resolve this within their own families, so…
Proclamation Day and Seachtain na Gaeilge, Ceolchoirm agus Ceilí. Tuesday 16th March 2016 Proclamation Day and Raising of the Flag Along with all schools in the country, Esker ETNS will commemorate the Easter Rising and the first reading of the Proclamation on Easter Monday 1916, tomorrow 15th March, 2016, almost…
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Newsletter January/February 2016 Here is some information, letting you know some of the very exciting things that went on last month and some of those planned for this term Mother Tongue Week: We had our most successful Mother tongue week ever in December. During this week, we emphasise the importance…
Last modified on Monday, 29 February 2016 14:31
Happy Chinese New Year and Happy Vietnamese New Year to all our families who celebrate This New Year festival is celebrated by one fifth of the world’s population, celebrated in China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Macau and nine other Asian countries. It isa very old custom is to name the years…
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