Check out our Gallery page to see pictures from Day 1 and 2 in Santry.
Massive congratulations to the under 11 hurling team who won their Go Games league yesterday. The boys had 4 wins from 4 before yesterday’s final round match against GS Naomh Pádraig in Lucan Sarsfields. The boys raced into an early lead and never looked like losing a grip on the game. Our midfield supplied our forwards with plenty of ball which was duly fired
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The Zeeko Digital Trend Report for Gaelscoil na Camóige now available. Please see link below. Zeeko Digital Trend Report
Gaelscoil na Camóige will be implementing Immersion Education in September 2016. Please follow the link below for more information on what immersion education entails. Immersion Education
A Chairde, There will be a Digital Safety Seminar happening soon. Please see attached file for additional information. Flyer to invite GAELSCOIL NA CAMOIGE(827)
The first race of the season takes place today at 11am on the pitch beside the swimming pool. The children will be leaving school at 10:35 and will be returning again by 12:20. Best of luck to them all! There is no Athletics training after school today.
Gaelscoil na Camóige did a food collection for St. Vincent de Paul. Thank you all for your generous contributions. The people from St. Vincent de Paul were delighted to receive such a large quantity of food to help those in need this Christmas. Thank you for your help.
A Chairde, Next Wednesday, Pól Mac Reachtain will be presenting a short class to parents on how to tune instruments. The class will take place Wednesday, 27th January at 2.30 in Naíonán Bheaga. He will be teaching parents how to tune fiddles. The session will only take around 10 minutes and would be extremely beneficial for those parents who have children attending music classes.
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There is a problem with the school phone line at the moment. Please send any queries by email to email@example.com
I am delighted to say that Gaelscoil na Camóige are now on the List of Major Projects announced by the Minister O’Sullivan on the 17th November! The project will proceed to construction in 2017.