There is a webinar taking place on Wednesday the 3rd of November at 7pm called The importance of sleep for our national school children. The main speaker is Lucy Wolfe and she will be giving some information and guidance around this topic. You can register for this free webinar using this link: https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/PlanetYouthSleep, or through the www.planetyouth.ie website.
Parents can also submit questions on the night or in advance by email to email@example.com.
We'll be delighted to welcome Rory as he walks through Ballinrobe today and support him on the final leg of his journey.
To mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Rory will be shining a light on the experiences of children and young people by ‘walking a mile in their shoes’ or in this case, walking an epic 180 miles from Daisy Lodge in Co. Down to the site of Cancer Fund for Children’s new short break centre in Co. Mayo.
Welcome back everyone! We are delighted to see you all and a big welcome to our new Junior Infants. Please see the links below with some relevant information for your year level.
BACK TO SCHOOL INFO FOR PARENTS
https://youtu.be/UomH_vakjDI (Junior Infants)
https://youtu.be/4smnni5jpGI (SI to 2nd class)
https://youtu.be/sbJUClBmfiQ (3rd to 6th)
https://youtu.be/WbsH11wOByM (Back to school advice for Parents)
The pandemic has seen a record number of people turn to growing their own food and discovering the joy and pride that brings. The process of seeing a seed turn into a seedling and eventually food you can eat is full of magic and no shortage of optimism. Grow it Forward is all about sharing that feeling as far and wide as possible at a time when we need it most. That’s why we’re inviting people to get free seeds and do good deeds. – Michael Kelly, Founder of GIY
While our school is unfortunately closed once more we are continuing with teaching and learning via the SeeSaw platform. All classes will receive lessons and work for the coming weeks from their teachers. We can't wait to see everyone again soon. In the meantime, stay home & stay safe.
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