Saint Brigid’s National School, is a primary school situated in the centre of Greystones, Co. Wicklow. Our mission is to provide the highest quality education for all our children in a happy, safe and stimulating Christian environment, focusing on their academic, social, personal, moral and spiritual development to help them be the best they can be.

Resources made available for free by Twinkl for schools closed on account of Covid19

Resources which parents may find useful: These printables have been made available for free by Twinkl for schools closed on account of Covid19. These activities are suggestions only and are optional.

A Chara,

My name is Jonathan Seaton, and I am the CEO of Twinkl. In light of recent developments in relation to Covid-19, we here at Twinkl want to support all pupils, parents and teachers should the decision be made to close primary schools in Ireland.

We are offering all parents and teachers a One Month FREE Ultimate Membership to This will allow parents and teachers unlimited access to every single resource for every single curriculum subject from junior infants to sixth class.

Setting this up is really easy to do – go to and enter the code

IRLTWINKLHELPS. We’d like your support to get this message out. We’ve also put together some guidance which outlines several ideas for how schools can support parents during school closures. Please visit our blog for more information. This code will only work for new memberships. If you are an existing member with a Core or Extra membership, please get in touch and we will upgrade you to Ultimate right away.

Accessing this offer on will allow parents the opportunity to transform their home into a classroom by being able to access PowerPoints, games, songs, rhymes, stories, worksheets and much more for every area of all subjects on the curriculum from junior infants to sixth class.

This offer is not exclusive to your school so please feel free to share this information with your school’s Parents Association, the parents/guardians of the children in your school and also with every teaching member on your staff. In addition, please feel free to share this with local schools in your parish, your county and with other principals in Ireland.

The help we are offering would not be possible without the continued support of our members and we would like to thank you for enabling us to provide this support, globally. Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the Coronavirus and we hope that this will go some way towards helping.

Le meas,

Jonathan Seaton