Scoil Mhichíl Naofa,
Welcome to the website of Scoil Mhichíl Naofa
If you want your child to join a school where:
-The principles and values of the ‘Mercy Tradition’ underpin the daily work of all staff;
A broad and varied education programme is delivered to meet the needs of all children;
-Children with special educational needs are included in all aspects of school life;
-Education is delivered in a happy, safe and caring environment;
-Children from all faiths, backgrounds and nationalities are welcomed and treated equally;
-Parents/Guardians are welcomed;
-A broad and diverse extra-curricular programme is offered to all students from a dedicated and committed team;
-Commitment to delivering a high standard of education is expected and shared by all and
-Respect for each other and positive behaviour is recognised and encouraged.
Before you make your decision, please contact our school office and arrange a visit. We would be happy to meet with you to discuss your child and his/her needs.
New School Year
Scoil Mhichíl Naofa will open for all students other than Junior Infants on Wednesday August 28th at 08.50.
August 28th 2019 – Start at 10.00 and finish at 11.00 .
August 29th 2019 – September 11th 2019 – Start at 08.50 and finish at 12.00.
From September 12th – Start at 08.50 and finish at 13.30.
For further information please follow this link: Junior Infant Parent Information
From August 28th – Start at 08.50 and finsh at 13.30.
All Other Classes:
From August 28th – Start at 08.50 and finish at 14.30.
A small number of places are available on the new Book Rental Scheme for 2019/20. They will be offered on a ‘first come –first served’ basis. The school office will on Thursday August 22nd 10.00 – 14.00. Membership of the Book Rental Scheme costs €40.
For further information please follow this link: Book Rental Scheme
Outstanding school requisties can be paid at the school office from Thursday August 22nd [10.00 – 14.00] daily. Requisites for the school year cost €40. This covers Art & Craft, Photocopying, School Journal and Library Registration.
School will be closed on Wednesday 23rd October for Primary Language Curriculum In-service for teaching staff.
Mid-term break Friday 25th October.
A list of required school books is prepared each year and is usually available in June for the following academic year. Booklists for the upcoming school year for all classes can be downloaded from this section of the website, usually from late June.
Organized, well-structured youth sports and on-going physical activities can provide many benefits for children and adolescents. Positive experiences that sports and an active lifestyle can bring, play an important role in a young person’s life.
Dia dhuit. Is mise Jess Clancy. I am príomhbhuachaill for the 2018-2019 Student Council. The student council is a group of students who congregate to think of ideas to improve school life. We help to organise fundraisers and after school clubs. We are made up of twelve students who were voted onto the student council by third, fourth, fifth and sixth class.
Hello, my name is Amy Wright and I am the príomhchailín for this years Student Council. I am very fortunate to have been chosen for the student council this year. It is a fantastic way for students to give their ideas to the principal and teachers about what we would like for our school. I hope the student council will stay in Scoil Mhichíl Naofa for years to come.
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