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Grandparents’ and Grandfriends’ Day 15/02/19

We will be celebrating our Grandparents' and Grandfriends' Day on Friday the 15th of February. We will have a prayer service  starting at 10 o'clock followed by a short performance by our classes for our grandparents and grandfriends. There will be tea, coffee and refreshments and you are all welcome to visit the classes and have a tour of the school. Our pupils can't wait to show you their work! ...
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Safer Internet Day

Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day and it's a good time to reflect on how our children use the internet. We will be working on this in school but it would be very helpful if parents could reinforce the message at home. We teach the Granny Rule: Never share, text or post anything online that you wouldn't tell your granny! Please find some useful links below:   Advice about Fortni...
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Plastic-Free School

Well done to everyone for making such strides in eliminating single-use plastic from their lunch boxes. The aim is to eliminate the use of straws, sandwich bags and clingfilm in the school. Our Green Schools Committee is delighted to report that their has been over a 70% improvement in the past week from the week before, with only one straw this week! Many thanks to you all for getting on bo...
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Aldi Rugby Promotion

If you (and extended family and friends) shop in Aldi, please do send in the vouchers to us. The school will be working with other schools in the area to complete full sets. There are 300 to collect, one for every €30 spent. This may seem like a lot to collect but the promotion runs until the end of April. There is also a chance that the school could win €50,000 for development of the play area. I...
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Bricks for Kids After-school Club

Bricks for Kids are offering an after school club in our school. This would be between 2pm and 3pm for the junior and senior infants and 3pm and 4pm for the rest of the school. This is an after-school club which is entirely run by Bricks for Kids. It is not a school activity. There will be no school staff present. The school ensures that the Bricks for Kids staff are fully vetted and have their...
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Enniscorthy Library

A number of interesting clubs and activities happening in Enniscorthy Library: • Coder Dojo: every Tuesday from 4pm-5:15pm. Phone 087 1436941 for more information. • Junior Book Club: next meeting Thursday 31st January at 3:30pm. Suitable for 9-12 year olds. • YA Book Club: next meeting Friday 25th January at 4:15pm. Suitable for 12-14 year olds. This month's book is 'Knights of the Borrowe...
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Rugby Trophies Visit

Ross, our tag rugby coach will be calling in to school tomorrow with the two cups that Leinster won in the last year. Anyone with Leister tops or rugby jerseys /hats are very welcome to wear them tomorrow. If not, the usual school uniform is fine.
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Hurling 365 Practical Workshop & Information Nights:

Hurling 365 Practical Workshop & Information Nights All teachers, club coaches and club volunteers are invited to attend a free Coaching & Information workshop Format of the night: 30 Minute introduction and Information workshop 1 hour Practical demonstration in the arena with coaches Ideal for any coach or teacher who works with children from the ages of 5-12 years in terms of Hurl...
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Enrolment for September 2019

There has been a huge amount of interest in enrolment in our school for September 2019 and 2020. We are also seeking information for potential enrolments for future years. If your child may attend our school from 2019 onward, please register your interest with the school with child's name and parent contact details. Contact Margaret on 053 92 34745 or register at davidstownps.ie/enrolment/ ...
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