Friday, March 3, 2017
Friday, February 17, 2017
Dea scéal don scoil.
Monday, December 5, 2016
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Monday, June 13, 2016
Friday, June 10, 2016
Thursday, May 19, 2016
On May 19th , two representatives from the Green School Committee were accompanied to the Radisson Hotel, Galway for the Green School Flag Presentation Ceremony. The school was awarded its fourth flag. We have already received flags for completing the litter and waste theme, energy theme and water theme. Over the last two years , the school staff and pupils have worked on the travel theme under the guidance of the Committee.
It is a huge achievement for a junior school and we are very proud of our pupils for
the hard work and dedication to the cause. Also, we are grateful for the support of parents during the various travel themed initiatives during this time.
We look forward to our brand new flag flying high outside our school as a sign of the effort our staff and pupils make every day to make our school a better place.
Monday, April 4, 2016
Monday, March 7, 2016
|Tim Allnutt brings the Connacht Rugby Pro12 Cup to our school|
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Friday, April 17, 2015
Monday, June 9, 2014
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
The Parish of Renmore, as we know it today, was established in 1971.
Canon Jack O’Connor was its first parish priest and he quickly set about the task of building schools to cater for the rapidly growing population. Scoil Chaitríona Junior enrolled 104 boys and 103 girls on 2nd July 1973 under its first principal, Roisín Bean Mhic Cumhaill.
The other five teachers on the staff at the time were Mrs. Joan Ray, Mrs. Eileen O’Donnell, Mrs. Mary Smith, Sr. Noirín Concannon and Ms. Máire Geoghegan Quinn. There was one Second class, one First class, two Senior Infant classes and two Junior Infant classes.
In 1974 the Senior School opened using classrooms just completed in what is now the Junior School. In July 1975 the Senior School pupils and teachers moved into their own section of the school. Mr. Richard Burke T.D., Minister for Education, officially opened the new schools, and Most Rev. Dr. Michael Browne, Bishop of Galway, blessed the new complex on September 26th.
Click on the map to see a larger version of the map of the Renmore area.
At present there are 425 pupils (230 boys and 195 girls) and 34 teachers in the school
The staff is made up of:
1 administrative principal
20 mainstream class teachers
3 special class teachers
4 learning support teachers
3 English as a Second Language teachers
3 Resource teachers
2 Speech and Language therapists
9 special needs assistants
2 school secretaries (shared with Senior school)
1 caretaker (shared with Senior school)
1 Home Schoool Liason teacher (shared with Senior school)
School opens at 8.40am (for 8.50am start) and finishes at 1.30pm for infant classes, 2.30pm for first and second classes.
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Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
Raising the Irish Flag
We are out I'm afraid.
February 10th, 2016
in Kinvara on Wednesday.
We have got through to the next round of the competition in Inverin early March.
A huge "THANK YOU" to all who helped with sets, props, costumes, make-up, and kind words of help and encouragement. What a great team effort!
|Click to view more photos of our celebration|
|Click to take an interactive tour of Dublin Rising 1916|
is a wonderful reading initiative that has been rolled out in our school today.
St. Vincent de Paul Christmas shoebox appeal:
We are all so proud of everyone!
You were all wonderful!
Click here to watch our drama on You Tube
Maith sibh go léir!!!!
January 29th 2015 Learn more about our Food Dudes programme by clicking on the link below:
|See what happened at our Rocket Morning for Science Week|
|Science Week 2014|
|Galway Science Week|
A huge "WELL DONE" to all our parents, students, staff and friends who helped us today.
|Maths Week October 11th-19th 2014|
|Global hand washing day, October 15th|
|Science Week 2014|
|Galway Science Week|
Tree Day, October 9th 2014
We in Scoil Chaitríona Junior are celebrating
in appreciation of all our hard working and dedicated teachers!
It was a privilege to have known Mary.
We have won an Award of Science and Maths Excellence for 10 years in a row.
We have seen the shows!
Such an amazing director!
We are very pleased to tell you that a grand total of €808.20 collected for Joinourboys in the last week.
A hearty Thank you to all who contributed to this very worthy charity.
For more photos and videos click on the picture below:
GLEE Club and Drama Club Performances
DRAMA CLUB parents will view their show on Tues 24th at 2:40pm.
All classes in school will get a chance to view the show.
Junior and Senior Infants on Thursday during school hours.
1st and 2nd on Friday during school hours.
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Click the link below for more information on children coping with bereavement.
Well done to all who sang so nicely at tonight's carol service.