Please click on the link to view the latest newsletter from our Principal, Mr. Kennedy.
Booklists for 2023 – 2024
Best of luck to all the team taking part in the All-Ireland Camogie finals this coming weekend. We wish you well and are very proud of you all, especially our two former pupils, Laura Norris & Aoife Norris. C’mon the Cats!
Miss Sinnott’s Junior Infant class went to great efforts today for Christmas Jumper Day. Below are some pictures that will light up your day and melt your hearts!
Congratulations to Max Doyle from 6th Class who will go forward to represent our region in the National finals of the Lion’s Club ‘Peace Through Service’ International Poster Competition 2020-2021. The intricacy and detail in Max’s work is amazing and we wish him well in the next round of the competition.
This is Max’s entry for the competition – Heartiest Congratulations Max from everyone at Piltown N.S.
Tomorrow (Saturday 10th October, 2020) is World Mental Health Day, a day when we highlight mental health education and awareness, as well as advocacy against social stigma.
The day will see organisations around the world call for greater investment in mental health supports from governments, workplaces and individuals.
Mental health relates to our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices.
So it’s important to know that help is at hand. Mental health organisations across the country have teams providing ongoing support, and are hosting virtual events to get people talking about mental health.
Look up and support events near you!
Please find below the first mailing from our new principal, Mr. Kennedy.
We welcome Mr. Kennedy to our school and wish him well in his new role.