Well done to our U-11 camogie team who missed out on a place in the county today by the narrowest of margins. They should hold their heads up high as they showed tremendous skill, teamwork and determination in their matches against Carraig NS and Gaelscoil Nenagh.
The fifth class hurling league final was played today. It was a thrilling match with some fantastic scores. Shane, Luke, Lucy, Isabel and Keith were crowned league winners. Hard luck to our runners up! They fought a tough battle to the very end and never gave up!
Thursday, June 10th was a day not to be missed in SNC. Children from juniors to sixth class had their school sports day and each and every child had a marvellous day! Activities included the slow bicycle race, tug of war, sponges and water race, balloon burst race,...
“No one is born a good cook. One learns by doing.” Fifth class got to practise their culinary skills today in school making a delicious shepherds pie and lasagne. Some children even overcame their fear of veggies and devoured their whole meal!
A huge thanks to our SNA, Emma who gave us a wonderful surprise on Friday morning. She made delicious and nutritious fruit smoothies for all the class. Thanks Emma, you are awesome!!
Well done to our head gardener Mark and his very capable assistant Ed who have done a great job looking after our vegetable garden. They are pictured here with the first produce from our veg. garden. Maith sibh!
Fifth class celebrated Biodiversity week by doing a zoom call based on insects and invertebrates with An Taisce. It was a very interesting presentation.
We are very proud of Daniel, in fifth class who was recently registered as a ‘Beekeeper’. Daniel currently tends to over 20,000 bees at home in his garden. Daniel’s enthusiasm for bees is remarkable and inspiring. He really is an un-bee-lievable boy!!!
Fifth class are really enjoying ASW 2021. They have tried out a range of activities this week: rounders, running challenges, hurling, over the river and tag rugby. Active Body, Healthy Mind.