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Dodder Monsters Invade RETNS!

There was a great response to the ‘How Fierce is your Dodder Monster?’ competition, in which the children, either individually or in groups, made their own monsters out of the kinds of litter found on river banks. They named their monster, said where it lives and why it is a threat to our River Dodder. […]

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Sam Maguire visits RETNS

 There was great excitement as Robbie McDaid visited the school with the Sam Maguire Cup.       Robbie answered lots of questions and encouraged the children to get involved in sports and to try as many sports as they can to find out which are their favourites. 

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JI class 2017/2018

Offers are now being made for Junior Infant class 2107/2018. If your child is pre-enrolled please make sure to check your email. If you have any queries please contact enrolment@retns.ie   

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Doodle 4 Google

Congratulations to Ellen O’Callaghan, sixth class, who has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Doodle 4 Google “If I could create anything it would be…” competition. Ellen is one of just 300 semi-finalists from the whole country who will now go forward to the finals.  Ellen’s Doodle title is Peace and her description, depicted […]

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Give Up Your Old Devices

  We are trying to improve ICT in school. We would really appreciate if you could donate your old handheld devices. We will sell them and get tablets for the school!!  Devices can be left in the box at the school entrance.                                                                                                      Student ICT Committee.

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Primary Language Curriculum

Our school will have whole-school professional development for the Primary Language Curriculum/Curaclam Teanga na Bunscoile on Tuesday, March 14th. School will be closed for pupils on that day.  This curriculum is for children from junior infants to second class. It applies in all school contexts – English-medium schools, Gaeltacht schools, Irish-medium schools and special schools. […]