Maths Questionnaire

We are currently gathering information from staff, pupils and parents on attitudes to maths, which will inform the next phase of our school self-evaluation. We would be very grateful if you would fill out this short questionnaire. Thank you. RETNS Educate Together Maths Questionnaire for Parents


Halloween Dress Up Day!

There was lots of fun and spooky shenanigans in the school today as all the boys and girls (and the staff) took part in our annual Halloween Dress Up Day. It’s always great to see the effort put in by the children and their parents and guardians. Once again the Student Council had the tough […]

Safe Cross Code: Senior Infants & 3rd class

Third class and Senior Infants recently recorded their own version of the ‘Safe Cross Code Dance’ to raise awareness for National Road Safety Week. They learned to always cross at a zebra crossing, the importance of wearing reflective clothing when walking and cycling, and most importantly…to always use the Safe Cross Code!  

We say goodbye

Úna Lawlor has resigned her position as a teacher at R.E.T.N.S. effective from October 31st, 2014. She taught in this school from September 1999 and has been on leave since 2012. During her time in R.E.T.N.S. Úna taught Learning support, 3rd Class and 4th Class. I would like to acknowledge Úna’s contribution to the school […]

Maths Week in First Class

Maths Week in First Class

[Show thumbnails]     First class had a busy time during Maths week, doing a variety of activities and playing games.  They finished the week with a trip to Imaginosity where they  took part in yet more Maths based exploration and discovery  activities.

1st class celebrate Tree Week

1st class celebrate Tree Week

[Show thumbnails] Tree week was a busy time in 1st Class as the children explored the different parts of a tree and their functions. They discovering how and why deciduous trees loose their leaves in Autumn.  Then, with the help of parents Rachael, Laura, Emma and Mairéad they created their own autumn trees. A great work of […]