Friday, June 22, 2018

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Friday, May 18, 2018

School Calendar 2018-2019

Pupils return on August 30th

October 2018 mid - term break;
School closed from Monday October 29th to Friday 2rd November inclusive.

Christmas 2018

School will close on Friday 21st December 2018, which will be the final day of the school term.
Scoil Niocláis will re-open on Monday 7th January 2019.

February 2019 mid-term break

School closed from Monday February 18th to Friday 22nd inclusive.

Monday March 18th

Public Holiday for St.Patrick's Day.

Easter 2019.

Scoil Niocláis will close on Friday 12th March 2019 which will be the final day of the school term and will reopen Monday 29th April 2019.

Monday May 6th 2019
Public Holiday

June 3rd-4th 2019
School closed. Scoil Nioclais will re-open on Wednesday 5th June.

Summer 2019

Scoil Niocláis will close on Friday June 28th , which will be the final day of the school year.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Friday, May 4, 2018

Scoil Nioclais welcomes our first Erasmus visitor

Next week, we welcome our first Erasmus visitor! Her name is Panayioata Nikolau and she is a teacher from a primary school inCyprus. The Erasmus+ programme is sponsoring her visit so that she can find out about our language, sports, music and traditions. We are very excited to meet her and to learn about Cypriot life and culture.  She will be here from 8th to 11th May and if you see her, please make sure to say “Ya-sas” (Hello in Greek!) and “céad míle fáilte romhat”!

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Mighty Oaks Club


Mighty Oaks is an out of school hour's club specifically set up and designed for the care of children in Scoil Niocláis.
Check out the Scoil Niocláis homepage for further details.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

SNPA Coffee Morning

SNPA Coffee Morning will take place on Thursday March 22nd at 9.30 am in Scoil Nioclais, Frankfield. Free talk by Niamh Kelly. "Living and Parenting from Mind, Body and Soul"- Find out how you can make simple changes to your life to make it calmer for you and your family.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

St.Patrick's Day Parade

Well done to the Infant classes today who marched in our St. Patrick's Day parade.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

World Book Day Winners!!!

Scoil Niocláis was awash with colour and character last Thursday as our students brought their favourite books to life by dressing up for World Book Day! We raised €900 for our new school playground and had a fun day of reading and sharing stories in school. Thank you to everyone who got involved.
Ms Chawke.

Monday, March 5, 2018

World Book Day- Thursday March 8th- Pupils will bring in 2 euro on the day and will dress up as a character from their favourite book.
Uniform Questionnaire to be returned by Tuesday March 6th.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Scoil Nioclais will open as normal tomorrow Monday March 5th.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Scoil Nioclais, in line with the safety statement from the DES, will remain closed tomorrow and Friday. Take care and be safe!
Scoil Nioclais will remain closed today Wednesday 28th February due to adverse weather. Update to follow regards tomorrow.
Scoil Nioclais opening at 11am. Be prudent. Be safe. Update at 9.30am.

Proposed School Uniform

Proposed tracksuit for Infants to replace the present uniform and tracksuit.
Scoil Nioclais opening at 11am. Be prudent. Be safe. Update at 9.30am.

Friday, February 23, 2018

Deirdre Clune MEP Visits Scoil Nioclais

On Thursday 22nd February Scoil Niocláis received a visit from Deirdre Clune for the constituency of Ireland South. It was a lovely ceremony and a memorable day for the school!
Thank you to Ms.Downing our Green Schools Coordinator in Scoil Nioclais for all the work and preparation that went into the visit and to all staff members and pupils who were involved on the day.
Junior & Senior Infants did a terrific job in forming a guard of honour with flags.
Well done also to Ms. Beechinor and Ms. Kelliher & Ms. Hennessy's class who performed 'The Ode To Joy', the European anthem.
Ms. O' Brien/Mr Foley's class and Ms. Downing's Senior Infants class said hello in the 28 languages of the member states!
5th & 6th class greeted her in the halla where children from 5th class interviewed Deirdre Clune about her role and why we should stay in Europe.
Well done also to all classes that displayed artwork and projects in the halla.