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  • 25
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 13

    Imlitir 13 25th November, 2019. A Thuisti, Girls’ Football Final The Football Final last Saturday ended in a huge disappointment for our girls. They were beaten narrowly by a strong Castletown team. In defeat our girls displayed courage, determination and skill. We are immensely proud of their efforts this year and they, too, should be […]



  • 18
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 12

    Imlitir 12                                                     18th November, 2019. A Thuisti, Parent/Guardian/Teacher Meetings Parent/Guardian/Teacher meetings take place this Thursday and Friday from 1.30 to 3.45p.m. The children have written the times for the meeting in their journal. Please check your child’s journal tonight. If you can’t make the meeting of if the time given to you is unsuitable please […]



  • 14
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 8

    Imlitir 8 14th October, 2019. A Thuisti, Dental Forms Sixth class pupils received a Dental Screening Form today. Please complete the form and return it to the office by Wednesday 16th October. Meath Book Festival Fifth and Sixth classes are visiting the Solstice in Navan tomorrow for the ‘Magical History Tour’. They are going by […]



  • 11
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 11

    Imlitir 11 11th November, 2019 A Thuisti, Parents/Guardians/ Teacher Meetings Parent/Guardian/Teacher meetings takes place next week on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd from 1.30p.m. to 3.45p.m. Please indicate a suitable day and time and we will try to accommodate you if possible. Please return the slip below by Wednesday 13th. If these days don’t suit […]



  • 04
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 10

    Imlitir 10 4th November, 2019. A Thuisti, Quarter Final Football Our boys’ gaelic football team are playing Kilskyre in the quarter final tomorrow in Gibbstown at 2.30p.m. We will be leaving the school at 1.40p.m. At this stage of the competition it is 9-a-side. Please arrange a lift for your child if you can’t be […]



  • 21
    Oct 2019
    Imlitir 9

    Imlitir 9 21st October, 2019. A Thuisiti, Halloween Fancy Dress Our Halloween Fancy Dress is definitely one of the highlights of the school year for the children. We have this tradition in the school going back more than twenty years. We would like to invite parents/guardians to the school this Friday from 9.15 to 10.00a.m. […]



  • 07
    Oct 2019
    Imlitir 7

    Imlitir 7 7th October, 2019. A Thuisti, Meath County Council Book Festival The pupils in Third and Fourth classes will be travelling to Navan Library this Wednesday to take part in a Children’s Book Quiz. We are travelling by bus. We are leaving the school at 10.45a.m. approx and returning to the school at 1.15p.m. […]



  • 30
    Sep 2019
    Imlitir 6

    Imlitir 6 30th September, 2019. A Thuisti, Credit Union Art Competition Mrs Campbell is organising the Credit Union Art competition again this year for children in First to Sixth classes. The theme this year is ‘Walk of Life’. The children started working on these at home and at school last week. All entries must be […]



  • 23
    Sep 2019
    Imlitir 5

    Imlitir 5 23rd September, 2019. A Thuisti, Vision and Hearing Screening The Junior Infants were given consent forms today for Vision & Hearing screening. Parents/guardians must fill out these forms and return them to the school this week. The screening will take place in the school. We don’t have the date yet. Boys/Girls Gaelic Football […]



  • 16
    Sep 2019
    Imlitir 4

    Imlitir 4 16th September, 2019. A Thuisti, Boys Football Our boys football team are playing in Skryne this Friday against Mount Hanover at 1.15p.m. We are leaving the school at 12.50p.m. Please arrange with a parent/guardian if you cannot bring your child to the match. Football Training Teresa will continue with gaelic training during school […]


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Cherishing childhood as the foundation of life by providing education in an open, nurturing, challenging and affirming environment that respects the uniqueness of each individual as they relate to each other, their teachers, their family, their community and their God.

 Scoil Mhuire Naofa Rathfeigh.

 

 

Seed of Learning

Our “Seed of Learning” sculpture in the school designed by Betty Newman-Maguire represents the Seed of Learningeducational and physical growth of the children. An acorn seed becomes a tree.





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