As you will all have seen the ‘Save the Bees’ Initiative has been running now for a number of weeks in Smith’s SuperValu, Kinsale and we, at Scoil Naomh Eltin, want to thank all those that have supported our school so far in reaching our goal of 300 cards. Today saw the arrival of our ‘Save the Bees’ School Board. A special thanks to our students in 4th Class A who contributed much needed help by creating our beautiful ‘Save the Bees’ area under the watchful supervision of our fantastic Green School’s Co-Ordinator, Ms. Julie Deasy. Below are a few images captured from today and stay tuned for updates on our progress throughout the time the initiative is running and please remember to support our school by asking for a ‘Save the Bees’ token every time you spend €30 or more in our local Smith’s SuperValu, Kinsale.
Well done to the pupils from 4th, 5th and 6th who took part in their first hurling training session. It was great to have over twenty-five players involved. In glorious conditions, everyone had a very enjoyable first training session. Thank you to our hurling coordinator Mrs Wycherley for organising.
A big thank you to Barry Maloney for recently visiting the Infants' classes and teaching them all about the history of Kinsale and the beautiful art work make by the older students in the school. They especially loved learning about the Kinsale Giant, Patrick Cotter (8 feet 3 inches!) and the pirate who was from Kinsale and was a woman. She disguised herself as a man to get on the pirate ship!
Thanks Barry. The kids really enjoyed it!