Carnaross National School Carnaross Co. Meath A82 H316 P: 046-9245598 M: 087 9984612 (School Mobile) E: office@carnarossns.ie
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On daffodil day the flowers looked beautiful in the spring sunshine! These are the beautiful daffodils planted by the children from Carnaross National School in conjunction with Pride of Place. As part of the Youth Daffodil Challenge, it was planned to sell them this weekend in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. The daffodil bulbs will double and come back better than ever next year and hopefully so will our community after COVID 19 and this time next year we will have an abundance of daffodils to sell for this deserving cause.
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Beautiful ‘Colour and Connect postcards depicting Carnaross National School, St. Kieran’s Well and Carnaross Church are available in Gibneys shop. Donations to Meals on Wheels appreciated.
Click here to open our Virtual Tours Web Page STAFFING SCHEDULE 2021 / 2022 AGM Agenda
As part of our ongoing commitment to the safety of our children, we are delighted to announce the new traffic calming measures on both approaches to the village. A sincere thank you to Sarah Reilly and Meath County Council
Harry  Longs’ MUSIC 'Enrolments are now being taken for Junior Infants and other classes for Carnaross National School for September 2021.   Please forward all names to the school as soon as possible.' Click to download enrolment form Coronavirus Page Revised COVID-19 Response Plan for Primary and Special Schools 3 February 2021
Dear Parents/Guardians, 1 s t February 2021 I hope you and your families are keeping safe and healthy. As you know classes reverted to remote learning on Monday 11th of January. This is so disappointing for us all and not what we were hoping for at the start of a new year. However, we are hopeful that with the roll out of the vaccine we will in time return to more normal day to day living. Today, being St Brigid’s Day and the start of Spring, fills us with hope and we continue to look forward to better things including the long awaited return to normality which will bring with it the re-opening of our school. At the moment I don’t have any further information on when we are returning. However as soon as I have, I will pass it onto you. In the meantime please remind your child how much they are missed by all in our school. We are aware of the difficulties faced by our families during this pandemic and we know that on- line education is a challenge. We wanted to remind you that we have no expectation that during this time you become your child’s substitute teacher. We also do not expect you to be doing hours of tutoring with your child every day. We encourage you to be realistic about your child’s needs and your own needs. With the announcement that schools will not be reopening this week, we in Carnaross N.S. will continue to do our very best for our pupils. We recommend that pupils adhere to their daily schedule and as advised by their teacher upload what each teacher has prioritised. The chosen Seesaw app and regular Zoom calls afford pupils the opportunity to engage in learning and to liaise with their teachers and SNAs. This contact is encouraged and video clips and voice recordings are welcomed. Staff will do their utmost to maintain pupils’ interest and to maximise their learning with worthwhile lessons. We are available to assist your child and to support you at this time. Please feel free to contact teachers by email and we will endeavour to help as much as possible. On the following page, NEPS (National Educational Psychological Services) have created links to a range of resources which you may find helpful. Thank you all for your continued support. As always, I am available to talk to you. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns at office@carnarossns.ie or by calling 087 9984612. Stay safe and take care. Kind regards, Dervilla Finnegan
The Department of Education National Educational Psychology Service (NEPS) have many resources that you may find useful while the school is closed. These resources can be found on the Department website here Plan for a Day A plan for the day template is available here to help you and your child put a structure on the day. It suggests trying to have a schedule, creating time for fun activities, time for learning, break times and time for physical activity. Advice for Young People  NEPS has published Advice for Young People while Schools are Closed which is available here Relaxation Techniques Podcast  This link will take you to a  podcast from NEPS to help  parents and pupils practise  relaxation techniques. Advice for Parents NEPS has also published A Guide for Parents on Supporting Children and Young People with Daily Routines while Schools are Closed which is available here
Any families who wish to get involved contact Fiona 0862053510, all photos in by March 1st. Please ask Grandparents for any idea’s.
Carnaross National School took part in 'Sock Day for Down Syndrome'
Recent car wash raised €1300 for renovation of school garden/yard. Thanks for your support. Special thanks to Charlie, Stephen, Barry and all who helped out.
Please support a busking session by juvenile members of Carnaross football club (accompanied by Mr. Daithí O’Connor) on Saturday 12th June from 11am until 1pm at Rooneys hardware Kells in aid of the ’laps to level our field’ fundraiser.
2nd Class are delighted to participate in the Picker Pals programme. Picker Pals are a band of anti-litter characters who hail from Pickeropolis. 2nd Class have answered their call to also become Picker Pals! They have been spotted litter picking all over Carnaross, writing litter picking reports and poems ! Join Picker Pals now! Click on the link to hear the Picker Power Story, learn the song and the important rules of litter picking. https://youtu.be/ftkdCv4fzP8 Together we can make a difference!
Return to School LOGISTICS PLAN September 2021
Important update from the Department of Education on the use of Antigen Testing in asymptomatic children