Junior and Seniors went on the bus to Woodfield House and Farmhouse in Enniscorthy. They had a fun and creative day with activitiy based games, farmyard tasks, and folk traditions of days gone by.
1st and 2nd class went to Leisure Max in Wexford. They had the chance to do whizz around the new soft play area, enjoy bouncy castles, bowling, laser tag, soccer and the day was rounded off with a cha cha slide, followed by time in the Lego Zone. The bus journey home was a lot quieter than the journey there!
3rd and 4th Classes went to Activate in Waterford where they were busy from beginning to end with all activities like bowling, soft play and Climbing. The climbing wall was no challenge for most of the kids.
5th and 6th also had an action packed day in the IOAC (Internatinal Outdoor Adventure Experience )in Tagoat, Co. Wexford. The eager students took on the high ropes experience, kayaking and fun team challenges together. An excellent day was had by all on their last school tour in Scoil Naomh Áine.
Spraoi, our early intervention class went to the brilliant Secret Valley Farm on one of the sunniest days we have had. The kids had great fun looking at, petting and feeding the many animals, playing in the playground, having a yummy picnic and driving tractors. We are so lucky to have such a fantastic place to visit so close to our school.
This term has seen the end of the Rackard League and Rising Stars for both boys and girls in Hurling,Camogie and football. It has been a busy time for the children of 4th, 5th and 6th class and their teachers/trainers - Ms O'Neill, Mr Holohan, Ms Dempsey, Mr Barden and Mr Glynn. Many thanks to Eoin Porter who presented our Rackard League football runner up medals this June. A special award was also presented to outgoing 6th class student Fionn MacEochaidh for his recent achievements.
We would also like to say well done to our 8 Senior Students who took part in the Schools Athletics day held in Enniscorthy hub this Term. It was our first year participating in many years and we were really proud of how well all our students ran. We were especially proud of Fionn for bringing home Gold in the boys U14 600m.
Well done to all the boys and girls from 3rd-6th who took part in the Lunch time league this year and many thanks to the parents, and past pupil Sean O` Brien who gave their time to coach, referee encourage and support the boys and girls in our school.
A special well done to all the children who excel in all other areas throughout the school. Such as, gymnastics, Karate, Irish dancing, Chess/ draughts, Show Jumping, BMX racing, music, creative dance. Your talents are never ending.
Europe day 2023
Celebrating "peace and unity in Europe"
We had wonderful celebrations in Scoil Naomh Áine to mark Europe day. Well done to all the Students in 4th, 5th and 6th classes, visiting Local and International Politicians, Local Councillors, Parents, Teachers and our very own Student Council for making it a wonderful celebration.