Newsletter Easter 2019

Term two has certainly been a busy term and I'm delighted to share some of the events with you in the newsletter and of course with photos in our gallery.  Easter Egg Hunts:  Well done to 6th class who arranged the hunts for the junior infants classes and the buddies who helped Ms Sheehy on their hunt today.  It was great to see such excitement and the Easter bunny left treats for everyone! (Some photos of these on the gallery page) Sacraments:  Congratulations...
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Autism Awareness Day 2019

Well done to all our pupils on a great day today where we celebrated Autism Awareness day...........  in a slightly different way!  How wonderful it was to see everyone making such an effort to dress up and show their uniqueness and individuality  As one parent said:    Thanks to all the buddies and children in 6th class who prepared the food for the party.  Please have a look at our gallery pages to see some photos of this event We are also workin...
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Newsletter March 2019

Dear parents and friends of St Anne’s, March may be the month of many weathers and we in St Anne’s have embraced the sun and the rain of the past weeks and certainly welcome the spring weather this week. It has been the month of many events here too. Central to March is of course our celebration of Seachtain na Gaeilge. Bhí alán eachtraí ar siúl anseo – Céilí Mór, Lá Glas agus na daltái ag labhairt Gaeilge ar fud na scoile (Ticéidí glasa/Frása an Lae). The Banna Ceoil ‘Cairde trí Che...
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Safer Internet Day 2019

Dear parents You might be interested in the following link and resource around internet safety. Children are working on some activities around this theme this week and we hope to organise some inputs for students and parents in the near future Keep safe! www.webwise.ie/parents Also the Zeeko INternet Guide -  
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Newsletter Feb 4th 2019

Newsletter Feb 4th 2019 Congratulations: I am extremely proud of all who represented St Anne’s at the weekend. To our quiz team who took 3rd place in Naas on Friday night – well done!. Also to the boys and girls from Ms Mc Evoy’s and Mrs Kelly’s class who performed as part of the Dublin Peace Proms on Sunday night in the RDS. What a show! It was a wonderful event and we were all so delighted with the work that you put into getting ready for the performance and for your focused performance...
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NEWSLETTER January 11th 2019

Welcome back  Happy new year to you all. I hope that 2019 brings you much health and happiness Lots of exciting things will be happening in St Anne’s for 2019- we will keep you posted on a regular basis. Remember to keep an eye on the school calendar on the website for upcoming events.   LOOKING BACK: As you know December was a busy month. Congratulations to all the children on their performances for the Christmas Variety Show. It was a pleasure to see all the great mus...
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Christmas Arrangements

Dear parents   It’s a busy time here in St Anne’s and everyone is really excited about our Variety Show on Thursday. As you know the times are 10am for classes up to 1st class and 12.30pm for those from 2nd – 6th We ask that you keep photos to a minimum so as not to disturb children on stage; also that you remain in the hall for the full performance, again so as not to distract the children. Thanks for all your support in sourcing costumes, assisting in learning lines etc- It wi...
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Peter Mc Verry Gift Appeal

St Anne's is taking part in the Peter Mc Verry Gift appeal this Christmas. Children are invited to bring in gifts for children or for an adult....some examples below For children- slippers, scarves, gloves, toys, books, colouring books, jigsaws, baby clothes etc For adults-books, Penney's vouchers, socks, warm clothing etc OR some Christmas treats- Santa hat, selection boxes, box of biscuits, decorations etc (the Trust cannot accept any dangerous items, glues, aerosols etc)  ...
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Events for Week of NOv 26th

  Visitors to St Anne’s Last week, we had the privilege of welcoming Tomi REichental, holocaust survivor to St Anne’s. Tomi spoke to children from 4th, 5th and 6th classes, sharing his experiences of the concentration camp with us. Tomi read from his new children’s book, entitled Tomi, and answered many interesting questions which the children had for him Thanks to all the members of the local community who also joined us for the event. At the end of the event TOmi and children ...
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