Comhghairdeas le Scoil Náisiúnta Aodháin Naofa St. Aidan’s National School, Bawnboy on their second Active Flag! It was a privilege to invite local Councillor Aine Smith to St. Aidan’s National School to help raise the Active School’s flag with Caoimhe and Méabh. Aine got to learn about the fabulous work of the Student Council and what the Active School’s Committee are doing! Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí!! A huge thank you to @cllrainesmith for your time and dedication!!
Welcome To St. Aidan’s National School Bawnboy Co. Cavan
On behalf of our pupils and staff I would like to welcome you to our school website. St. Aidan’s National School is a co-educational Catholic School with a current enrolment of 72 wonderful pupils!
St. Aidan’s is a school where every person is a valued member of a happy, vibrant learning community.
In St. Aidan’s we aim to provide a well-structured, caring and positive learning environment with plenty of fun and adventure along the way!
We hope our school is a welcoming place and we ask parents/guardians to communicate directly with us if they have any concerns or worries that need to be addressed. As a staff, we feel hugely supported by our parent body, who constantly work in partnership with us.
Our website will highlight the many events and activities taking place in our school. With a highly dedicated and creative staff the holistic development of our talented and committed pupils is always fostered.
St. Aidan’s N.S. has a very supportive parent body and our school prides itself on the team element of pupils, parents and staff working together.
By browsing through our website, you will see that St. Aidan’s N.S. is a diverse, positive and industrious school environment.
I would like to take the opportunity to wish each of our students the very best for the year 23/24 ahead – there will inevitably be some bumps along the way but hopefully, with support, each child will overcome any challenges and have a happy and successful year in school.
Tá súil agam go mbainfidh sibh taitneamh as.
OUR NEW SCHOOL MURAL!! A huge thank you to Seanie Cassidy for his tremendous work on our brand new school mural. Combining diversity, history, heritage, biodiversity, friendship, learning and faith, our new school mural epitomises everything that is great about our school!! Well done to everyone involved and thank you to Seanie for his patience, creativity and attention to detail, we are very proud of it!!
A huge congratulations to former pupil Dillon Raythorne, who was the successful winner of our Kerry jersey, signed by David Clifford!! Dillon has kindly decided to donate the jersey back to the school so we are very grateful to him for his generosity!! We plan on framing and hanging it in the school to inspire future generations of sports people at St. Aidan’s!!
he children in Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Class have been learning how to draw a Nightmare Before Christmas Self-Portrait. It imitates the style of Tim Burton, an American film director known for his style shared in The Nightmare before Christmas. Great work by everyone!!
It was Maths Week at St. Aidan’s National School this week. We had plenty of fun & interesting problems & events going on throughout the school!! Plenty of numeracy puzzles, challenges, shape hunts and problem solving!! Well done to everyone involved!!
Well done to the girls and boys who took part in Cumann na mBunscoil hurling and camogie today on the 3G pitch at Breffni Park. Rinne siad iad féin bródúil!!
A huge thank you to Tesco, Balinamore for supporting St. Aidan’s National School in their Community Fund Initiative! Our school was presented with a cheque for €360 this morning and we are very grateful to all members of our school community who contributed to this initiative! Just as the Irish saying goes, “Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine” – we live in each other’s shadow, meaning we rely on one another for support and companionship. @tescoirl
Táimid bródúil as ár mbrat scoile nua don Scoil Náisiúnta Aodháin Naofa a ardú!! We are very proud to hoist our brand new school flag!! Rían (our youngest pupil in Junior Infants) and Simao (our eldest pupil in Sixth Class) worked together to raise the flag, and the Student Council were responsible for the idea!!
A big warm welcome to our nine boys and girls who have started Junior Infants. We are looking forward to a fun filled year ahead with this wonderful group of children.