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 Basketball recommences this Friday, 23rd February at IWA at 2.30 p.m. 
 
and will run through to and including Friday 23rd March.
 
Please pay subs for February and March 
 
(€20 per month, €15 per child where brothers/sisters participating))

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As part of the Parent Talks series, the Parent Association is pleased to announce that Internet Safety Training will be offered for Greenlanes parents on Monday 5th March 2018. 

Following earlier talks to that day to 3rd-6th Class, BeSecure Online will speak to parents at 8pm. The talk to parents will encompass the following: 

Parents Chat
  • Review of the day & what was said to the classes on the day
  • Best practice for their kids
  • Common sense guidelines & parental responsibilities, 
  • Advise for managing younger/older kids 
  • What’s reasonable, should kids be online? 
  • Questions invited, 
  • Can I look / demand to look at Teenagers phones

Click here to register

WHEN - 5th March 2018 at 8pm

WHERE - Greenlanes NS

COST - Free of charge

CONTACT - Ronan White (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

BeSecure Online specialise in talks to parents, children and tweens. Click here for more information

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Greenlanes will participate in the Food Dudes Healthy Eating Programme, a programme available nationally to primary schools in Ireland.

The Food Dudes Programme aims to encourage children to eat more fruit and vegetables. Health experts recommend that children (and adults) eat at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables each day. However, many children (and adults) currently eat less than this.

The programme receives financial support from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and the European Union through the School Fruit and Vegetables Scheme – under which the EU has made funds available for the purchase and distribution of fruit and vegetables to schools.

The programme is managed in Ireland by Bord Bia. It is based on a very successful large-scale study developed by the Food & Activity Research Unit at Bangor University, Wales. It was trialled in schools in England, Wales and has reached more than 3,100 schools in Ireland with outstanding and long-lasting results. The programme in Ireland received a “counteracting obesity” award from the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2006.

There are two levels of participation in the programme within the school; for junior classes and for senior classes. The programme involves two phases. During Phase 1, pupils will be offered the opportunity to participate in tasting days, where they will taste a different fruit and vegetable on each occasion. They will be rewarded with small prizes for eating these foods. Phase 2 then encourages children to bring in and eat fruit and vegetables from home as part of their daily lunch diet. Please see overleaf for some suggestions and lunchbox ideas.

The aim of the programme is to encourage children to try fruit and vegetables and come to enjoy the taste of the foods. They also come to think of themselves as healthy eaters who enjoy fruit and vegetables. The programme takes only a small amount of time in school but will hopefully result in health benefits for all who participate. Your child will automatically be included in this programme. However, if for any reason you do not want your child to take part (e.g. if they are allergic to a certain type of fruit or vegetable), we would be grateful if you could inform the school.

We hope you and your child have fun with the Food Dudes!

Cathy

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Dear Parents,

The Sixth Class Trip to Amsterdam is now booked. The children will travel on Thursday 8th March.    Further details are available here. 

The total cost for the trip is €165 per person. In the interest of security, we would like everyone to pay using our Aladdin ePayments system. You should have received an ePayment link via email. Please click here if you have lost or misplaced the ePayment link.

Adults booked to travel areÉilis Teeling, Aidan O’Shea, Paul Nicholas Saunders, Kirstie Mary McGovern, Tracy Hickson, Andrew Frederick Sargent, Joseph Keane, Ruth Alisa Coll, Ann Falvey, Jean Casey, Elaine Deirdre McGrath, Katherine Margaret Robbins, Richard Watson, Lynn Boyle, Audrey Taylor, Geraldine Morrin, Maura Catriona Dunne.

No other adults are booked to travel.

We also remind you that all accompanying adults must be Garda Vetted.  The form for Garda Vetting is available here. Please complete and return this at your earliest convenience.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Éilis Teeling

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