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St Francis of Assisi Primary School, Madden Row, Keady
Jersey Day TOMORROW 3rd Nov -Non-School Uniform Day! Pupils are invited to wear in their Armagh colours, club jerseys or sports clothes tomorrow 3rd December in support of Armagh County Camogie Team who play in the All-Ireland Final this Saturday 5th December. We have several of our past pupils playing on this panel and they are coming to visit the school tomorrow morning. Any camógs or hurlers who would like to take in their sticks and helmets will even get to have a puck around with the All-Ireland Finalists. If you have hats, flags or headbands take them in and we will deck the school in orange and white tomorrow! Ard Mhacha Abú! | Xmas Dinner Xmas dinner should please be ordered with the class teacher on Google Classroom/Seesaw before FRIDAY 27TH NOV as the kitchen is finalising numbers. Xmas dinners will be on Thurs 10th Dec- school closes half day after dinner has been served. Rang1, P1, P2 and Mrs O Malley’s P2/3 will finish at 12:30pm. Mrs McEvoys P3/4 - P5 finish at 12:45pm and P6-P7 at 1pm. Any child with older siblings can remain with their teacher and one lift per family can be facilitated. Dinner costs £2.60 and can be paid as normal on parent pay system or for people not registered as a one off cash payment to class teacher in sealed envelope. | Xmas Performances Class recording of Xmas songs will start this Mon 30th Nov for Xmas video. Xmas clothes/costumes to be left in school this Friday as recording may take a few days. There will be a small window of opportunity for us to record any child isolating and include in video depending on date of return.   | Isolation Packs- Paper Copies 'Isolation Packs'- NOT homework. NOT extra work! These packs are being sent home so that parents will have paper copies of work if in the unfortunate event any class should have to isolate before Christmas. Please put pack away safely- for use ONLY in the event of a whole class off school isolating. The school will inform you if the pack is needed. There will be no reprints issued so please put pack away in a safe place. | Reminder For All Parents If your child or anyone in the household is feeling unwell and you are unsure if your child should attend school: Please keep your child at home and contact school office asap or email stfrancisenquiries@gmail.com for further advice. | Important Information If any of our pupils test positive, have symptoms of corona virus or have been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive,  pupils should remain at home and parents should ring the school immediately on 02837531284 or if school is closed email Mrs Hughes on: stfrancisenquiries@gmail.com
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27th Nov 2020
A huge congratulations to the boys and girls in our school who have been awarded...
 
 
 
23rd Nov 2020
We have been busy painting our own versions of Van Gogh's painting of a chair. What...
 
 
 
20th Nov 2020
This Anti-Bullying Week we are holding an Odd Socks Day to celebrate what makes us...
 
 
 
20th Nov 2020
Picture  Pictured below are the Pupils of the Week. Well done to Aria-Rose and...
 
 
 
16th Nov 2020
Amharc ar pháistí Rang 1 ag súgradh agus ag foghlaim - nach...
 
 
 
16th Nov 2020
Our Reception and Primary 1 class have enjoyed learning about the current season...
 
 
 
13th Nov 2020
Primary 2 were busy this week creating autumn themed pictures. We had lots of fun...
 
 
 
13th Nov 2020
P2 wrapped up warm and braved the cold Autumn wind as we ventured into our outdoor...
 
 
 
13th Nov 2020
We have been busy measuring using metre sticks and finding out if we are taller or...
 
 
 
2nd Nov 2020
Many thanks to our parents who have helped make the transition to cashless payments...
 
 
 
 

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In St. Francis of Assisi Primary School Keady, we aim to educate our children in a safe, happy and stimulating school environment to enable them to fulfil their unique potential.

We aim to create opportunities for children to collaborate in the learning process, become lifelong learners, have mutual respect and contribute positively to their local and global societies for the good of all.

Christian values are placed at the centre of our daily life and underpin all the relationships we develop in a caring school community.

St Francis of Assisi Primary School is a Catholic School and values strong links between home, school and parish, and welcome all children and their families.

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