Be in with a chance to win Donal Skehan's new cookery book "Meals in Minutes". All you have to do is cook or bake something and send in your photo.
The teachers have been very busy putting together their favourite dishes if you would like some inspiration.
Click on the link below to download the cookery book.
Check out the website www.goodgrub.ie for lots of easy and healthy recipes for you and your family.
Good Grub supply all the fruit and vegetables for our Food Parcels each week.
For Cruinniú na nÓg, the Glucksman invites young people to design posters that celebrate their community and surroundings.
We would love to see artworks celebrating your local area, capturing the colours and light of your part of the country or the people and places that make it unique.
The Glucksman will provide video tutorials and live online art sessions to help you with your creations as well as tips and ideas on our social media channels. We ask you to submit an image of your poster by email along with a completed application form.
Here on this website, we will share your creations in a dedicated online gallery, as well as awarding prizes for individuals and schools in different age categories.
Prizes will be awarded across the following categories:
Category A – Under 6 years
Category B – 6 – 9 years
Category C – 10 – 13 years
Category D – 14 – 17 years
Winners will receive a special Glucksman Art Pack and creative books for their School Library.
The deadline for submissions is Thursday 25 June.
Welcome to Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland's national day of free creativity for children and young people.
This year we are doing things differently and everything is going online.
Everything you will need for a fantastic day of creativity is available right here; from making your own video game, to having a chéilí in your kitchen. From learning how to make a real cool kite to making up fabulous stories about one of Ireland's Great Lighthouses.
Don't wait until 13th June , get started now...Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 is going to be great.
Why not dip your toe into the world of James Joyce today? It is almost Bloomsday afterall!
Here is an activity booklet to start you off... Don't worry if you can't print it off. You can read it and talk about the activities on the page.
Have you ever seen the statue of James Joyce near O'Connell Street?
Take a look at his Baptismal Certificate? Can you find out when his birthday is? Or the names of his parents?
Congratulations to Anna Gorman and Caoimhe Brady who were the winners of the Good Grub Movie Night Hampers. They entered into the Good Grub Art Competition! Well done girls. Hope you enjoy your movie night and all those treats!
A big thank you to Good Grub who have been delivering fresh fruit and vegetables every week for our Food Parcels.
President Michael D. Higgins issued special video messages for students in 6th class of primary school.
Schools across Ireland have been closed since the evening of Thursday 12 March, disrupting the lives of thousands of students all around the country.
In his message to the 6th class students, the President acknowledges the disruptions to students’ lives, and the disappointment associated with the cancellation of so many planned events. The President also sends his best wishes to the students, as they say good-bye to their primary school years.
Many of the 5th and 6th class students may already be familiar with the Primary Planet magazine. It is a children’s monthly newspaper style glossy magazine. It contains 40 pages of fresh, topical and up to date features each month.
The online version is jam packed with news, sport, entertainment, activities and competitions to children in a language they understand and in a manner they can easily relate to. It also encourages children to read and write for a purpose, providing opportunities for them to contribute to the magazine and engage with our readers.
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