Three cheers for our Scoil Bhríde Cumann na mBunscol winners. So proud of you all…..2 in a row. Just unbelievable!
Scoil Bhríde Primary School will close at 12 pm on Wednesday 26 October to facilitate Teachers’ In-service in the new Religious Education Programme.
On Friday the 30th of September, over 30 boys and girls from 3rd – 6th class took part in the Offaly Cross Country Athletics competition. It was an extremely successful day for us, coming home with 5 medals: Nathan from 5th class finished in the top ten in the 850 metres race and our 6th class boys team of Cian, Josh, Mark and Mason placing 3rd overall in their 850 metres competition. Well done to all the boys and girls who ran so well, it was a very enjoyable day for all involved.
Our school calendar for the year can be viewed by clicking on the link below. This calendar has now been updated to include dates for First Holy Communion and Confirmation next May.
The HSE has asked the Department to circulate to schools the latest news item on Measles. The information can be accessed from the HPSC website at http://www.hpsc.ie/News/MainBody,15795,en.html
This link gives an update on the Measles outbreak. It talks about the importance of MMR and going to school. It also mentions the older child who might have missed MMR vaccination.
We would like to extend a very special welcome to all of our new students who started with us in September and to all students returning for the new school year.
1. Who is eligible?
Children who reside at least 3.2 kilometres from and attending their nearest school are eligible for primary school transport.
2. How do I apply?
Online to Bus Éireann at www.buseireann.ie
3. When do I apply?
Applications should be submitted before the last Friday in April. Late applicants are not guaranteed a seat.
4. What is the charge?
The current annual charge is €100 per child with a family maximum at primary level of €220
5. Can I spread the payment over the school year?
Payments may be made in two instalments in July and December.
6. Are some children exempt from paying?
Yes. Only eligible children i.e. children residing at least 3.2 kilometres from and attending their nearest school, who hold valid Medical cards (GMS Scheme), do not pay. All other children must pay.
7. Where can I get more details on the scheme?
Full terms of the Primary School Transport Scheme are available at www.education.ie and www.buseireann.ie.
8. Where can I get further information?
From your local Bus Éireann School Transport office – contact details overleaf.
**Click the link before for more information:
Primary School Transport 2016/2017