The Society of St. Vincent de Paul helps thousands of people all across the country who are struggling to provide food, heat and clothing for themselves and their families.
Scoil Naomh Eltin held a ‘Christmas Jumper/Dress Up Day’ on Friday, December 10th, to help SVP to provide their services to those who need it.
100% of the money raised goes to SVP.
A warm "Thank You!" to all for their support.
Just click on the pictures below to see them in more detail!
The annual competition is part of the Irish League of Credit Unions’ (ILCU) commitment to supporting the artistic development of people of all ages and abilities in communities throughout Ireland. This year's theme was 'imagination' and there were fantastic entries! Huge congratulations to those who won in their categories and well done to everybody who took part.
Winners at the local level will go on to a regional level, and regional winners will progress to the national awards ceremony in February 2022.
To mark science week we held a science fair in Scoil Naomh Eltin. All pupils from 3rd to 6 class prepared an experiment and displayed it to classes from Junior infants to 2nd class. The senior classes displayed excellent presentation skills and allowed for questioning by the younger pupils. A great educational day was had by all!
The students in Scoil Naomh Eltin have been participating in the Food Dudes Healthy Eating Programme. The aim of the programme is to encourage children to eat more fruit and vegetables.
Pupils in every class received five days of fruit and vegetables – a ‘’Food Dudes Week’’, - to help maintain the healthy eating ethos in Scoil Naomh Eltin. As you can see the fruit and vegetables went down a treat!
Before you look at the photos below, a warning that some of the individuals are particularly frightening to see in their costumes. Don't worry though, the staff of Scoil Naomh Eltin will be back to their usual dress code after the break!
We hope everybody has fun this mid-term. Stay safe and don't forget to wear your masks!
Bwaa ha ha ha.....
A big word of thanks to Fr. Young and Bandon Co-op, who sponsored the daffodil bulbs, as part of the celebration of ‘The Season of Creation’. Pupils enjoyed partaking in the planting. We look forward to next Spring when our school grounds will be brightly coloured with yellow flowers!