Ms. O’Neill’s class in Scoil Chormaic CNS has been fundraising for the Irish Guide Dogs. Luke in Ms. O’Neill’s class recently got an assistance dog called Milo and the difference that Milo has made in Luke’s life is phenomenal. The class has been doing a 10km walk in the last fortnight (more…)
Scoil Chormaic CNS recently raised the Amber Flag that promotes positive mental health in the school. This initiative runs in association with Pieta House, and the school raised €505 for the charity through various fundraisers. In achieving the flag, Pieta House highly commended the school on (more…)
- Ardgillan C.C.
- Balbriggan ETNS
- Balrothery N.S.
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- Bremore ETSS
- Loreto Balbriggan
- Scoil Chormaic
- St Molagas N.S.
- St Teresa's N.S.
There will be no stopping the music this March when the first ever Fingal International Festival of Voices is staged from March 12-15 in Balbriggan! As part of preparations for the Festival, eleven schools around Balbriggan have signed up for free singing workshops as part of an outreach (more…)
This morning staff at Scoil Chormaic CNS in Balbriggan (INTO members and Forsa Union member) came out before school this morning to show support for the Forsa Union #SupportOurSecretaries day of strike in pursuit of better terms and conditions for secretaries not under the ETB (more…)
Two major reading initiatives have begun for all classes in Scoil Chormaic in the past two weeks that will make a big difference to the culture of reading in our school and to overall literacy levels and abilities in the school. The first of these is a paired reading initiative in the four infant classes. (more…)
Demonstrations took place last week at Bremore ETSS and Scoil Chormaic in support of school secretaries after talks between trade union Forsa and the Department of Education broke down earlier in the week. Forsa said the dispute is over the government’s refusal to address a two-tier pay (more…)
Nineteen students from Bremore ETSS attended the #Youth4Climate march from Custom House Quay to Merrion Square in Dublin on Friday 20th September. The march was part of a larger Global Climate Strike which took place in over 150 countries and cities across the world. The strike was (more…)
Scoil Chormaic Community National School first opened its doors on September 1st 2010. The school welcomes children of all faiths, backgrounds and cultures. We pride ourselves on respecting and including the diversity of the whole school community. The School is now enrolling for 2020/21 school (more…)
Almost 100 students from two Balbriggan primary schools have taken part in a five-week Schools Badminton Programme. A badminton coach visited Bracken ETNS and Scoil Chormaic CNS for four weeks and all students then attended a final blitz which was held in Castleland (more…)
There was great excitement at Scoil Chormaic CNS last week as we had not one, but two Dublin footballers in our midst! On Tuesday, we were delighted to welcome Dublin Ladies’ footballer Emer Ní Eafa with the Brendan Martin Cup in tow. She told the children about what it was like to play for (more…)
It has been over four months since we brought you an update on the building progress of Bremore Educate Together Secondary School and Scoil Chormaic Community National School on the site off the Naul road in Balbriggan. With the school summer holidays well underway (more…)
A great week of energetic fun was had by pupils, parents and staff alike at Scoil Chormaic CNS recently as Active Week took place. Throughout the week, various classes were involved in ‘Wake and Shake’ a dance and movement activity which took place before school. It was great to see teachers (more…)