We had just published our first issue of our student newspaper before the school closure. We have decided to publish our news online for the duration of the closure. If you would like to send us news for all your fellow students to see please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post here!
Messages for Craddockstown Nursing Home
Well Done Steven!
Window Message from Students
Great Work Being Done at Home!
Heroes in our Community
A Message from the Staff
Tooth Fairy is Very Busy!!
Múinteoir Colin’s Class
Rain being simulated by our 5th class scientists. Excellent work!!!!
Múinteoir Norah’s Class
Múinteoir Jason’s Class
Múinteoir Claire’s Class
Múinteoir Ruairi’s Class are returning some great work!
Múinteoir Claire’s Class have been Busy!
Múinteoir Danielle’s Class
Busy at Maths
Well done to this student from Múinteoir Colin’s class engaging in some online learning using the Busy At Maths online tutorial. Great work!!!
Some lovely examples of children working on their handwriting skills.
M.Aislinn’s are going around in Circles!
Look at these lovely pictures sent from 1st class.
Best Wishes to Ronan!
Thanks to our Senior infants who have sent in messages to the school on the Aladdin app for Ronan who is in hospital. The staff, students and school send their smiles and best wishes to Ronan and we are looking forward to seeing him getting out of hospital soon.
Grand Designs!!!!! Cobblestone House
Great creativity and team work going on in this house.
Wow what a brilliant creation!
Students Helping Out at Home
Well done to all of our students who are helping their parents and family around the house. We are so proud of you. Keep up the good work!
Great to see students reading.
Students Designing Making Creating
Project Work from M.Emmas
Some excellent work being done at home by some of our senior students. A mix of creative digital talent and beutiful had written work is great to see.
Múinteoir Ruairí – Chess Report
On Tuesday the 10th of March the school attended the Ficheall chess blitz in Gaelscoil Nás na Ríogh. Naas CNS entered four teams into the tournament. The Loch Chess Monsters and The Chesspacitos entered the Buds tournament, for third and fourth class, and The Pawn Crackers and The Lionel Chessies entered the Masters tournament, for fifth and sixth class.
I am delighted to announce that Naas CNS came first in both tournaments. The Pawn Crackers’ performance was so impressive that they were invited to participate in the Kildare Ficheall Féile. Unfortunately, the Féile was cancelled due to Covid 19.
However, I’d like to take this opportunity to mention some exceptional chess players.
In the Masters tournament five out of the top six rated players came from Naas CNS. These players were Felix Cassidy (5th), Liam Higgins, (6th), Robert Lungu (5th), Colm Ke Long Zeng (5th) and Luke Collins (6th).
In the Buds Tournament, the school had six players in the top ten. These players were Kaspian Zielinski (1st), Radek Czajka (3rd), Neil Collins (4th), Tymon Szalinski (3rd), Cayden Kavanagh (4th) and Maikls Stalbe (3rd). Kaspian, who is only in first class and was the youngest player, won all his games. He came first in his tournament and had the most points out of any player in either the Buds or Masters. Well done Kaspian!
Though it is disappointing that the chess season ended early I am already excited for next year and all the tournaments the school will win. Until then, congratulations to everyone who represented the school. You are all Chess Champions.
Múinteoir Colin’s Class – Colour Wheel Challenge.
Look at this beautiful colour wheel created by Maja! Very impressive work well done.
Beautiful Artwork from Josh. A great example of the creative talent we have in Naas CNS.