This morning we were delighted to welcome Cllr John Sheehan, The Lord Mayor of Cork, to Scoil Naomh Micheál.
Children, parents and staff gathered in the Community Hall where the Lord Mayor spoke with us and answered questions from the children. The school choir also entertained us with three fabulous songs.
Below you will see the Lord Mayor pictured with the school choir. We have more pictures and videos to follow.
Following the meeting in the school on Monday 11th November, a postal ballot will be held to elect a Parent (mother) to the new Board of Management of Scoil Naomh Micheál. Today the eldest child in each family will bring home ballot papers.
Please return these ballot papers to the school in the enclosed stamped and numbered envelope before 2pm on Tuesday 19th November.
If you have any question regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Please follow the link for information about our Shared Reading initiative which will begin in Senior Infants this Monday coming. Thank you.
Shared Reading 2019
Happy Halloween from the children of Scoil Naomh Micheál. We hope you have a lovely mid-term break and a spooktacluar Halloween!
A huge thank you to our former SNA Samantha Cooney who has created a video and book of a large number of historical items connected to our school. These items were stored in the school and great credit goes to Samantha who wanted to share these items with the wider community.
Please view the video below and you can see the content in the online book below also.
Well done to our boys and girls who skipped their way through the day as we held our fundraiser for the Irish Heart Foundation. We are delighted to have raised €690 and had a great time in doing so.
A huge thank you to Ms. O’Toole for all her hard work and to the Student Council for their help and promotion.
Click on the link below to see more pictures of our day.
A letter home from Mr. O’Connell has been posted on the website and e-mailed to parents on the mailing list. It can be viewed by clicking the link below.
Students, parents and teachers walked to school together this morning wearing green to show our support for the global climate change protests taking place today. Millions of young people are demanding action on climate change. We will be learning a lot about this issue over the next two years as we work on the Biodiversity theme for our sixth Green Flag. Thank you to the Parents Association and to all of the parents and children who walked to school today.
A huge thank you to our friend and former SNA, Samantha Cooney, for creating this video giving you a snapshot in to daily life in Scoil Naomh Micheál.
Best wishes to our children, their parents and our staff as the new school year begins!
We were delighted to welcome back our past pupil, Olivia McAllen, captain of the Cork Under 16 camogie team following their recent All-Ireland success.
Olivia and her team mates visited classrooms and shared their success with the children of Scoil Naomh Micheál.
Well done girls! We are really proud of you!