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Ahane National School celebrated Friendship February with a visit from local Olympic athlete Sarah Lavin.
Sarah’s visit to Ahane National School took place as the school celebrated the importance of friendship in February.
‘Friendship February’ sees the pupils take part in acts of friendship across the month while raising funds for Special Olympics Ireland.
Parents are invited to a very important "Parenting in the Digital Age" talk in the Castle Oaks Hotel on Thursday 22nd February at 7:30pm.
This event has been organised in conjunction with the other two Primary Schools in the parish (Castleconnell N.S. and Lisnagry N.S.) It is open to all parents of children up to 13 years of age in the parish.
This talk is free of chardge to all parents attending. The cost of the talk is being covered by the Board of Managements of Ahane N.S., Castleconnell N.S., and Lisnagry N.S.
Third and Fourth Class boys enjoyed their day out at the Indoor Hurling. It was the first opportunity for our Third Class boys to represent our school in a hurling match. Maith sibh buachaillí. Thank you too to Mr. Ryan for coaching this team.
Ahane National School are celebrating Friendship February to support the work of the Special Olympics.
Friendship February is a fun chance where pupils will be encouraged to take part in acts of Friendship across the month while raising funds for Special Olympics Ireland.
The parental complaints procedure was revised and agreed by the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation and the management bodies of primary schools, It is designed to provide an open and clearly defined process to facilitate parents/legal guardians in raising concerns about their own child/children in an agreed, fair and transparent manner.
Ahane National School, Scoil Atháin, will commemorate 200 years of education with a bicentennial week of celebrations during 23-27th October 2023.