- Creativity in Aistear March 20, 2018
- Child Protection in our school March 16, 2018
- Learning about length March 13, 2018
- Artwork in the Senior Room March 13, 2018
- Music and Dancing with Tonya! March 13, 2018
- Internet Safety March 13, 2018
- School will re-open tomorrow March 4, 2018
- Red alert – Munster February 28, 2018
- School closure today February 28, 2018
- Visit of Carbery Rangers GAA February 23, 2018
- School closure Tuesday February 27th February 23, 2018
- School Closure on Tuesday February 27th February 14, 2018
- (no title) February 14, 2018
- Love is in the air February 14, 2018
- Pancake Tuesday! February 13, 2018
- Friendship week February 9, 2018
- Active lines February 9, 2018
- Snow in Reenascreena!! February 9, 2018
- Enrolment day! February 7, 2018
- ** IMPORTANCE NOTICE ** February 7, 2018
We here at Scoil Náisiúnta Rae na Scríne are fully compliant in all matters relating to Child Protection. You can view our Child Safeguarding Statement by clicking Child Safeguarding Statement March 2018. It is also available under the ‘Policies’ tab on the homepage of this website. The policy was ratified by the Board of Management at its most recent meeting on March 5th 2018.
If you have any concerns about a child in our school, please contact Eimear O’Donovan who is the Designated Liaison Person.
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Armed with metre sticks, rulers and trundle wheels the Senior Room pupils have been busy exploring length!
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The creative juices were really flowing today! The boys and girls in the Senior Room have been learning about a style of painting called Pointillism and created some pieces of their own. The results are just fantastic!!
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The boys and girls from 1st – 6th class have been learning The Siege of Ennis with Tonya. They are doing brilliantly and are having lots of fun in the process!
We will be delighted to welcome Dublin-based company Zeeko to Reenascreena NS on Thursday March 22nd to talk to our 2nd – 6th class pupils about the very important topic of Internet Safety. There will be a talk later that evening in Lisavaird NS (with whom we are sharing the cost of this visit) for parents – I would urge all families to try to send a representative please. It promises to be a very informative day and evening for us all.
We will re-open tomorrow morning at 9:20am. Looking forward to hearing all about the fun you had in the snow!
We will remain closed tomorrow (Thursday) and Friday in light of the red alert issued for Munster.
School will remain closed today due to treacherous road conditions around Reenascreena and poor weather forecast for the day ahead. We will monitor local and national advice and be in touch regarding arrangements for tomorrow later this evening / early tomorrow morning.
Stay warm and be safe!
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Jeremy, Conor and Denis from our local GAA club, Carbery Rangers, visited today to tell us that there will be registration tomorrow evening in The Celtic Ross Hotel for underage members. They brought a cup that the Minor Boys won … Continue reading
School will be closed this coming Tuesday February 27th as staff will undergo Child Protection training.
Schools are now permitted to close for 1 day as an alternative to the previous 2 half days allowed for Child Protection training. We will close on Tuesday February 27th to facilitate same. There will be no half day on Friday week February 23rd as a result. If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
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The pupils in the Senior Room presented projects recently. They did a super job!
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Look at some of the brilliant art we did to celebrate Valentine’s Day today!
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We enjoyed pancakes in school today just a little bit!!! Huge thanks to Mary, Claire and Ann for all their hard work!!
We really enjoyed making an extra special effort with each other for Amnesty International Friendship Week. It was much easier than we thought it would be!
Our boys and girls were full of good advice on what to do and what not to do in order to show kindness to others and we learned when we put lots of small actions together it helps to make a really big difference. Everyone was rewarded with a friendship bracelet after yard time today. Well done one and all!
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We are going to start working towards our ‘Active Schools’ flag. This week, we started ‘active lines’ where pupils from the Senior room take it in turn to lead exercises in our lines at the end of yard time.
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What a start to a Friday morning – snow as far as the eye can see!
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There was great excitement today with the arrival of our future Junior Infants! Our present Junior and Senior Infant boys and girls had a great time welcoming their future classmates and playing with them.
The half day that was scheduled for this coming Friday February 9th to facilitate staff training has been postponed. We will have school til 3pm as normal. All information can be found in a note that is being sent home with your child today. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you require any further information.
We are really looking forward to welcoming our future Junior Infant pupils and their parents tomorrow for their enrolment day! It starts at 12:45pm and no doubt everyone will be exhausted when they leave at 2pm!
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There was more excitement at home-time than usual today as we had some flurries of snow in Reenascreena! Everyone is keeping their fingers crossed that it will stick!
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The boys and girls set about creating some masterpieces today with fantastic results!
Just a reminder that school will finish at 12pm on Friday February 9th and Friday February 23rd to facilitate staff training in the area of Child Protection. The bus driver has been informed so the bus will run as normal at 12pm on those days.
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We marked the special feast day of St. Brigid by making iconic crosses in school day. The pupils in both rooms got stuck in with fantastic results! Well done everyone!
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The projects in the Senior Room are really coming together now, there’s great progress being made! The children are making great use of the school’s iPads for research, inspiration and lessons on how to draw specific items.
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The boys and girls in the Senior Room are preparing projects about their interests and passions. We have some very diverse titles!
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In spite of the changeable weather during the month of January, we really enjoyed getting out in the sun when it shone! In our school, all the classes mix together at yard time. It’s such fun!
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The boys and girls had great fun learning to waltz with Tonya today! They danced along to ‘Symphonie Fantastique’ by Berlioz. They then learned to sing ‘My Grandfather’s Clock’ by Johnny Cash which may well remind many of you of your … Continue reading
Our 4 representatives Sorcha, Ally, Seán and Wayne, had a great time at the quiz on Sunday in Fernhill House Hotel. They did the school proud. Maith sibh go léir!
In this day and age, we are all very aware of the importance of staying safe while engaging in online activity. I highly recommend the following website www.zeeko.ie which seeks to help adults and children alike to stay in touch with the ever-changing world of the internet. We will be learning lots about internet safety as the year goes on.
Hi everyone! You can now find updates and reminders by following our brand new Twitter account @ReenascreenaNS. Spread the word!
We are really looking forward to meeting the boys and girls who will join us in Junior Infants next September! Our enrolment day will take place from 12.45pm to 2pm on Wednesday February 7th. Please bring your child’s P.P.S. number and birth cert.
Any queries should be directed to the office, we will be delighted to be of assistance!
Lorraine Dufficey leads the senior room in a yoga session, spot the teacher!!!
As the days grow colder and shorten please remember to feed the birds.
Mrs Noreen Minihan was the guest of honour to raise our 2nd green schools flag, this one is for energy. This project was organised by Mary Ronan (teacher).
Pupils performed the “Wild West Symphony” which they composed themselves under the weekly tutelage of our music teacher Tonya Ley.
On the 11th of May my friend Brian Ronan and I represented our school with Mary (junior classes teacher) and Claire (SNA) at the Greenschools flag presentation in the Radisson Blue Hotel in Cork with Lisavard NS and Kilcoe NS.
When we arrived I nearly gasped with surprise, the building was so impressive when we entered. I was astounded at the sheer size of the building.
We entered a big room where we were given a bag, a pencil case and a badge and were told to line up to take pictures in Greenschools photo booths. Afterwards we sat down and listened to some extremely interesting speeches and finally sat down to eat.
And lastly this is a quote from Claire the SNA.
“I really enjoyed the speeches, they were very interesting. The photo booths were good fun. I am exceptionally proud of Scoil Náisiúnta Rae na Scríne for all the work and effort they undertook in achieving their second Greenschools flag.”
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Calvin Jones came to Reenascreena School for five days. He showed us all the different types of birds, flowers and trees. First we went walking around the Warren and saw a Minky Whale and a Basking Shark ( they are the second biggest whale in the world). Another day we climbed up Carrigfadda Hill and saw lots of flowers, clovers, birds and bird boxes .Lastly we went for a walk up Dan`s Lane beside our school. There were loads of chaffinches and other birds. We had a lot of fun with Calvin exploring our own locality.
“The peregrine falcon dives at speeds of 200km an hour!” said Ross. We are lucky to live in West Cork.
O’Keeffe’s Fort was a village behind a strong fence on top of a ditch. It was owned by Celts in 400BC. It might have been invaded by pirates.
Now the village is no more than just tree’s and the fosse (moat) is dry.
But O’Keeffe’s fort is still a nice place to visit. You can walk around the fort along the fosse.
It’s a great place to have a picnic.
But some people ask…How did Celts live in Ireland back then?
The Celts who arrived in Ireland back then during the Iron-age came from Europe.
In Winter nothing grows here, so the Romans called it Hibernia- The land of Winter.
In Spring O’Keeffe’s Fort is alive with Bluebells. Next come the foxgloves and in Autumn the blackberries. ………
By Wayne and John