Educate Together

Our school operates under a charter which guarantees children and parents of all faiths and none equal respect in the operation and governing of education.

Our Curriculum

Emphasises literacy, numeracy & language.  Responds to changing needs in science and technology, social personal and health education, and citizenship.

This week is “Esker Loves Books” week and we will be promoting the enjoyment and benefits to be gained from reading. Over the past month the children from all classes throughout the school have been reading different versions of the Pinocchio story. They have discussed and explored the book and…
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Every year in Esker ETNS we devote one week to reminidng purselves about the importance and the enjoyment that we get from reading.During this first week in the final term the children will be participating in a number of activities to promote an interest in books and reading. We call…
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Esker ETNS has decided to move away from the plastic bottles of water and move to a new system. The children will be given a plastic beaker (flask) which they will use and re-use everyday. A letter will be sent home to you which will explain the rationale (stopping the…
This week in Esker Educate Together we are celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge- a week in which we celebrate all things Irish, especially the Irish Language. Children in all classes will be working hard on their Irish language and trying out new phrases. Children will be learning songs, poems and dances…
Last modified on Thursday, 12 March 2015 14:27
 Beidh Seachtain na Gaeilge ar súil sa scoil an seachtain seo chugainn, ag tosú ar an 9ú la de mhí Marta go dtí an Aoine , an 13ú la. Beidh gach duine, na daltaí and na múinteoirí ag iarraidh caint as gaeilge chomh minic is feidir. 
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Here is another one that was very well liked
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The classes were busy creating art work from the very many bottle tops that come into our school on a daily basis with the Carambola school lunches. Classes from 2nd to 6th put on their thinking caps and their artistic hats to make a piece of art or sculpture using…
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