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We are delighted to announce that Lacken N.S has been nominated by Sport Ireland to represent Ireland at the European Sports #BeActive Awards in the Education category! The nomination was made following our hugely successful Active Schools Week in April … Continue reading
Bike Week ran from 12th to 18th September. Throughout the week the children learned about bike safety on the roads. We also ran a colouring competition to celebrate the week and the winners received an ice cream voucher for Bella Crema in … Continue reading
The children were busy brightening up the hallways with their wonderful art during September.
Please find attached the form to be completed upon the return to school of your child following any absence. return-to-school-parental-declaration-form
Please note if your child is exempt from Irish, they do not need to purchase any of the Irish Materials listed. appendix-a – Book Rental, arts and crafts etc booklist-junior-infants-2021 booklist-senior-infants-2021 booklist-1st-class-2021 booklist-2nd-class-2021 booklist-3rd-class-2021 booklist-4th-class-2021 booklist-5th-class-2021 booklist-6th-class-2021 * Please note that the … Continue reading
Thank you to Catherine Gallagher for bring in some lambs and chickens for all the children to touch and feed.
Children celebrated Seachtain na Gaeilge this week. Children completed scavenger hunts and quizzes throughout the week. 5th and 6th Class did the Shamrock Challenge as a flashmob for 3rd and 4th Class. All children wore green for Lá Glas.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all the Children and Staff of Lacken National School. Please click on the links below: Christmas Recital Infants Stoca Nollag Christmas Recital Infants Five Little Reindeer Christmas Recital 1st & 2nd An … Continue reading
Children from Infants up to 6th class partook in fun sporting activities as part of the European School Sport’s Day.
Deacon Gerry came into school on Friday to bless all the children and staff for the academic year ahead. It took place outside to allow for social distancing.