St. Cronan's J.N.S will hold an Open Day on Saturday 8th March between 10.00 and 12.00. All welcome.
On Fridays all of the classes in our school get fruit.
The fruit is prepared by parents who volunteer to help.
Beidh seachtain na gaeilge ar siúl i scoil chróináin idir 3ú-7ú Marta! Bain taitneamh as!
Chinese New Year 2014 – The year of the HORSE
Chinese New Year started in the 31/1/14. This year is the year of the horse. Celebrations will last for 15 days.
The children have been busy learning how Chinese New Year is celebrated around the world through stories, video clips, games, worksheets and art. The children had lots of fun making lanterns, horses, dragons, goldfish and kites. Some children even tried painting Chinese letters (characters). Everyone enjoyed listening to the Zodiac Story which explains how the years were named after animals.
The New Year is also celebrated in Vietnam where it is called Tet. A little girl from Ms. Mc Kenna’s Class brought in lots of interesting artefacts from Vietnam to share with the class. As a lovely surprise each child in the class received a lucky red envelope with a treat inside.
Good luck and prosperity to everyone for the New Year!
Last Thursday we had a small gathering in the school Library to celebrate Mr. Hogan's retirement.
Lots of current and former staff were there along with some parents and children. We were all treated to a brilliant speech from Mr. Hogan
Thanks to everyone for all your support!
You can see our choir singing Carol of the bells with help from some very special guests on our videos page!
On school choir was featured on TV3 news for singing in the Airport! You can watch the clip here: http://www.tv3.ie/3player/show/450/0/0/The-5%3A30. The date of the program was Thursday, 19th of December. It will only be available for a few days so you better be quick!
Check out the gallery to view the pictures! Well done to all the boys and girls. You were all fantastic!
Our School Choir will welcome home passengers.