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Colour Run 2018! Registration Open

Scoil Choca Naofa are once again proud to host the 2018 Colour Run. It was a great success in it’s inaugural year in 2017 – despite the rain! – and we are doing it all again this year on the 26th of May. We hope you can all join us – it raises vital funds […]

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School Magazine 2017

Students have created a fantastic magazine for 2017 – you can view it online here → The Team Behind the Production of This Year’s Magazine Editors Gemma Crehan, Jamie Moloney & Leah Hyland Co-ordinators of photography and overall school input: Aoife McManus, Megan O’Shea, Daniella Dions & Alanna Garvey Illustration Front Cover – Elaine O’Sullivan Back […]

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Colour Run Event Announced!

The Scoil Choca Parents Association will be running a Colour Run event to help us raise funds for a new pitch and sporting equipment for the school. All are welcome to take part so we hope you will enter and ask your friends and family to enter this special event – sure to be a […]

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Mysterious Mazes from Scratch Club!

We’ve been having some great fun in Scratch Club lately and wanted to share some of our projects! Lately we’ve been making games. The girls have been designing and creating their own graphics and then doing the code to make the games functional. Scratch Club takes place on Tuesday afternoons. Check out some of our […]

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Newsletter November 2015

Dear Parent/Guardians Haven’t we had such beautiful Autumn weather—everyone enjoyed walking and cycling to school. Traffic on the lane caused little or no problems for our neighbours. Traffic through the STAFF CAR PARK is almost nonexistent — THANKS to Tommy’s work every morning at the staff car park gate and Pat at the Church gate. […]

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Afterschool Coding Club – Enrolling Now!

My name is Heidi Jermyn (Frieda Timpson’s Mum) and I’m starting an afternoon club in school for kids interested in learning code / computer science and more! For the most part we’ll be using a brilliant beginner programming language called Scratch to build games and cool animations. *Plus* later in the term we’ll be doing […]

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Newsletter for SEPTEMBER 2015

Dear Parent/Guardians, Fáilte ar ais – a new school year – we are all looking forward to a happy year with many enjoyable events. It’s great to see all the familiar faces returning – children, staff and parents. A special welcome to our new Junior Infants, boys and girls, whose arrival we will celebrate on […]

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International Day 2015

What a wonderful day we had on International Day on Wednesday 10th of June. So many families went to a huge effort to represent their country of origin – creating posters, bringing in items, national food, flags, and money as well as toys, books, web displays. There was also a beautiful display of dolls from around […]

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Guide to Bullying

Bullying is unwanted negative behaviour, verbal, psychological or physical conducted by an individual or group against another person (or persons) and which is repeated over time. Department of Education and Skills, 2013 We’ve extracted the National Parents Council’s thorough guide to handling bullying. You can print the out the PDF or just read the whole […]

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