Have a look at https://kinsale-parish.org/ for details about St. Bridget and how to make a St. Bridget’s Cross.
ST. BRIGID’S DAY – Monday 1st February 2021
The Faith Development Group of The Parish Assembly would like to thank the O’Callaghan family for putting together this video about St Brigid and the tradition of making a St. Brigid's cross.
It may be difficult to find rushes at the moment but strips of recycled paper work just as well and are a good, eco-friendly option.
All government guidelines in relation to COVID 19 were followed in the making of this video.
Diagram for making a St. Brigid’s cross courtesy of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council.
Happy New Year to everyone in the school community here at Scoil Naomh Eltin. Unfortunately, due to government restrictions we will be working remotely for the next few weeks.
On Monday, 11th of January, your teacher will send your daily schoolwork via Aladdin Connect. Some of these activities will be in your schoolbooks and other activities will be on our online platforms. Junior Infants to 2nd class will use Seesaw and 3rd to 6th will use Microsoft Teams. Please check Aladdin Connect daily for updated schoolwork. You will be asked to upload work for correction and/or post on the page or journal. Your teacher will be in touch with you on or before Monday.
Teachers will upload plenty of work to keep you going but please only do what work you can do and do not be under pressure. Find a time that best suits your family to get some work done. Lockdown can be difficult for a lot of people including our parents, children and staff and everyone involved will bear this in mind over the coming weeks.
Please contact your teachers via email, as established last term, if you have any questions about work from next Monday onwards.
Hopefully this will only be for a few weeks and if everyone plays their part and follows HSE guidelines we will all be back at school soon.
Best of luck and stay safe.