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Following advice from the Dept of Education & Skills and in consultation with the Chairperson of the Board of Management, Greenlanes National School will close tomorrow (16th October) due to the severe weather warning in place. A text has been sent to all staff and families. Stay Safe.

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Celtic Travelling Books are holding a Book Fair in the School next week from Wednesday 11th to Friday 13th October.

The commission from the Fair allows us to buy books for the classroom and library so every book you buy helps us to get new books for the school.

All pupils were given a leaflet yesterday showing some of the most popular books but there are hundreds of books to choose from, which will be on display in the Atrium from Wednesday onwards.  You may also visit the book store at www.celtictravellingbooks.com

Children are invited to browse, choose and order their books during the week with the help of their class teachers, and parents are also invited to attend on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the following times: 

Infant Parents 1pm and All Other Parents at 2pm

If any parents/guardians are available to help out with this book sale, please contact Kate Robbins at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

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After School Activity

There will be basketball training for children from 1st 2nd and 3rd class, commencing Friday 6th October.

 

Venue: Irish Wheelchair Association, Blackheath Drive

Time: 2.20pm – 3.30p.m.

Dates: Each Friday during school term

Cost: €20 per month to cover costs. Payment to be made only at the IWA before training.

Coach: Carlitos Fernando who has coached in the IWA for years working with a wide variety of children and schools.

 

This is an after school activity which is being organised by the Parents Association. All children participating must be collected from Greenlanes at 2.00pm and dropped to the Irish Wheelchair Association for 2.20pm.

It is important that children are ready at the start time and collected promptly at 3.30pm from the Irish Wheelchair Association.

Parents are welcome to assist with this after school initiative if they are free. All parents assisting must be Garda Vetted.

 

Contact information: Ronan White – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 0868161784

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