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Our Latest News
Dear Parents /Guardians,
Please find above our summer Newsletter.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support throughout the year. It means so much to the staff here at St. Brigid’s.
Have a lovely summer and we will see you all again in […]
Published on March 27, 2022Read More
In solidarity with the people of Ukraine, both 5th classes, Ms. Hughes’ Room 16 and Ms. Walle’s Room 20 decorated the windows of their classrooms with sunflowers, the national flower of Ukraine. Our thoughts are with the people of Ukraine. We hope that peace will return to the country quickly.
Published on March 26, 2022Read More
Re: Allocation of Homework/ Schoolwork when a child is Absent from School
Dear Parents/ Guardians,
Allocation of Homework / Schoolwork when a child absent from school.
Our School Policy in relation to providing homework / schoolwork for children who are absent due to a short term illness or away on holiday during term time still applies […]
Published on September 2, 2021Read More
Here are some resources to supplement your child’s learning from infants to older classes.
Junior Classes: Infants to 1st approximately :
is an opportunity to learn and revise phonics and the computer version is free. It has proved very popular with the children […]
Published on September 1, 2021Read More
HELPING YOUR CHILD WITH IRISH:
1. NEW Rang Maher is a new and helpful website suitable for 4th – 6th class. It is particularly helpful for teaching Irish Grammar with videos to learn from, practical activities and useful summaries.
2. Click on THIS link for a book that encourages introducing Irish at home, as […]
Published on August 31, 2021Read More
‘The Summer Stars Reading Adventure is back and running from Monday, 13th June until Wednesday, 31st August 2022 in all public libraries across Ireland. Children are invited to register for Summer Stars in Greystones Library and be a part of the reading adventure.
As you’ll know, there is a lot of research which shows that children who read over the summer maintain their reading levels and return to school more prepared for the new school year. We would love if you could encourage your classes to continue their learning journeys over the summer months.
Reading Cards: All participants will be given a Summer Stars Reading Card to record and track their own progress. They will receive a summer stars stamp for each book read, in print or online. There will be a certificate and medal at the end for all participants.
EBooks and AudioBooks Count Too! The new BorrowBox Summer Stars ebook and audiobook collections for all age groups are now available. These collections are free to all library members.
Events and Activities: There are lots of activities and events taking place across the county. Check out our website or social media accounts for more details.’
We received this important message from Catherine Costello in the Greystones Library. If you have any questions, she says please do not hesitate to get in touch. This is well worth doing! An annual event, each year children from St. Brigid’s really enjoy and benefit from the ‘Summer Stars Reading Adventure’.
A warm welcome to all. Click on THIS link to see an Animoto slideshow about St.Brigid’s NS. Watch it in full screen mode for the best result. You can see lots of what we do in St. Brigid’s on this website. Why not take a look around.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, try using the SEARCH BOX in the top left hand corner of the home page. We hope that this makes the school website more user friendly.
Click on the link Code of Behaviour 2021 to read the CODE OF BEHAVIOUR for St. Brigid’s NS.
UPDATED 26th October 2021: Click HERE to read the school’s Self Evaluation Report.
Click on THIS link for THE DIGITAL LEARNING PLAN, for St. Brigid’s Greystones 2020 – 21 (including targets and the actions we will implement to meet the targets).
The ‘Summer Slide’ – Keeping up Reading
If you google the phrase ‘Summer Slump’ or ‘Summer Slide’ you will see how research shows that children can slip back academically over the summer holidays. Children who don’t read during summer can slip back by two to three months in their reading achievement. Keeping up reading over […]Read More
Click on the following link to download the School Calendar 2022-2023.doc
Please note the calendar is subject to change. Unforeseen circumstances can arise. Any changes will always be notified to parents in a timely manner in so far as is possible
The Parents’ Association of St. Brigid’s NS continue to be very busy.
Click on the following link to read about their work.Read More
Our 6th Classes planted some sunflower seeds in pots today as part of a Greystones initiative to turn the town gold for Ukraine. Once the seeds have propagated and developed into young plants, they will be transferred outdoors to the garden. The hope is that they will grow tall and proud and shine over the […]Read More
Click on THIS link to download a useful booklet from NCSE about preparing your child for Junior Infants.Read More
We are so lucky to go to school in Greystones, where there is such a rich history, from the Stone Age to the Railway Age. If you would like to learn more, click HERE to check out the school history websiteRead More