We are delighted to be able to inform you that we were the Overall Winner in today's Greystones St. Patrick's Day Parade.
We would like to say a huge thank you to all the children and their parents who came along and participated.
None of this would have been possible without the massive effort put in by the arts committee. They cut, stuck, sewed and created for the last few weeks and the end result was fantastic! Thank you all so very much.
See pictures from the event in the gallery
We are delighted to advise that the Table Quiz managed to raise €5,614 which is absolutely fantastic!!
We would like to thank all those who supported the quiz, helped get prizes, bought raffle tickets, participated in the Silent Auction, attended and helped out on the night.
Big shout out as well to the Parkview Hotel for letting us host it free of charge and looking after us so well on the night.
It was a great event, very successful and so much fun and we are already looking forward to the 2019 one!
You can see the pictures from the night in the gallery
Congratulations to Mathilde Murray-Veldt whose photo collage featuring the GCNS Garden Club came second in the Heritage in Schools photo competition - winning a €30 book voucher!
You can see all the photos from the competition here (opens a new page)
The PTP would like to encourage you (and your friends and family) to vote for our school entries in the Heritage in Schools competition. There are already entries from a good number of parents from GCNS.
The photo with the most likes wins and the prize is a free visit from a heritage expert!
You can participate via Facebook here (opens a new page). The deadline is 8 January at 5pm.
Greystones CNS has been collecting Christmas shoeboxes for the Peter McVerry Trust - a charity that tackles the issue of homelessness in Ireland. The trust has made a video with some of the GCNS first class students who explain what they put in the boxes and their thoughts on how to stop homelessness.
You can see the video here (opens a new page).
More information about the trust and the amazing work they do can be found at https://www.pmvtrust.ie/
The Halloween disco was a massive success. It was a great event for the kids, but also a great fundraising success as we managed to raise €794.35 for our school!
We would like to thank you all or attending and contributing. Special thanks go to the following for their help on the night:
Photo by Brian Durnin. More pictures in the gallery
The PTP are delighted to announce our first big event of the year - A Halloween fancy dress disco in Eire Og GAA hall on Friday 27th October 2017!
Doors open at 5.30pm TIL 7.30pm and admission is €5 per child (€10 per family of 3 or more).
There will be games and music for the kids and a few surprises on the night....
Please note the following:
We will be doing face painting on the night so if there are any parents out there who could help out with this please send us an email, any help would be very welcome.
If you any further queries please email us. We look forward to seeing you all on the 27th at 5.30 @ Eire og GAA Hall.
The first PTP meeting of the new school year will take place on Monday 18 September at 7pm in the Rugby Club. All parents welcome.
PTP coffee morning after drop off in the Rugby Club this Friday 01 Sep 2017.
A big thank you to Fiona Toolan for organising the wonderful new games in the playground. With the help of two very talented Granddads, Niall and Andrew, and a small team, the school playground was transformed in a few hours!