Monthly Archives: December 2023

We wish all families and friends of Caim NS a very happy Christmas. School will close today, 22nd December and will reopen on Monday, 8th January 2024.

A lovely, fun-filled, high energy week in the infant classroom😅. We made hot chocolate, went to mass, visited the crib, worked in Santa’s workshop, made some fabulous Christmas trees in art, ate pizza, wore our Christmas jumpers, did our festive exercises and had lots of playtime! Roll on 12pm tomorrow and let the holidays begin🎅.

Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and safe Christmas.

Congratulations to the winners of the A final, Kerry who beat Tyrone.

And well done to the winners of the B final, where Wexford beat Dublin.

Thanks to all involved, especially Mr. Fitzpatrick and Mr. Kavanagh.

3rd-6th class had a Christmas themed table quiz this week! They showed great knowledge in all of the rounds which tested them on Gaeilge, music, Christmas around the world, maths and other subjects! Well done to the team called ‘The Elves’ who came first place after reaching a tie breaker with another team.

Well done Infants! You were brilliant 👏. We had a little party to celebrate 🥳 and extra playtime, as promised!

And that’s a wrap! We have had to the best couple of days. All our hard work definitely paid off! The children of Caim N.S. delivered a great show, enjoyed by all. Well done to everyone involved, especially all our stars on stage. And huge thanks to everyone in the community who helped make this happen. Merry Christmas from Caim NS.

Rehearsals are in full swing getting ready for our school Christmas concert! Pupils are putting in a great effort to put on a memorable show for all our families and friends. The concert takes place on Wednesday and Thursday 13th/14th December at 11.30am in Caim community centre. Some tickets for both days are still available to purchase from Liz in the office.

Another lovely week! We have been busy practising for the “Christmas Concert” and we were busy learning about the “magic” of science with Catherine. We were sewing in juniors and we had 6th class visit to read to us as Gaeilge.