School Calendar 2022/23

Active Walkway – Cosán an Chairdeas

How lucky we are to have this wonderful new addition to our school!

Active Week

What a wonderful week we had here in Roxboro NS, last week. We had Active Week and experienced every sport you could think of! You name it, we did it…. soccer, football, parachute, target practice, hurling, dancing, healthy eating talks, cooking demonstrations, gymnastics, orienteering, yoga, circuits to name but a few!! We had a fantastic week! Check out the photos…

Art Exhibition

The main hall in Roxboro NS was transformed this week. Students from 2nd, 3rd and 4th classes treated us to a wonderful display of art. They exhibited paintings, drawings, weaving, construction and pottery. Every child in the school coloured a butterfly to complete our beautiful butterfly display. Well done boys and girls. Check out our photos and video ….

Easter Egg Hunt ….

We had great fun when the Easter Bunny arrived in Roxboro NS. We were very eggcited!

World Book Day….

Junior Infants We celebrated World Book Day by reading books in our outdoor classroom😃
Second Class – We had great fun showing our favourite books for World Book Day 📚

Engineers Week

Second class were very busy building last week.
Our future engineers!

Spring has sprung in Roxboro!

Inspiration for our Art lesson this week in First Class.

Pastoral Care Statement

Health & Safety Statement

Remote Teaching & Learning

Partial Re-Opening Plan March 2021

Covid-19 Response Plan March 2021

Supporting the Safe Provision of Schooling

Application Form for Enrolment

Admissions Notice 2021

COVID-19 Information

Meet and Greet!

Junior Infants are invited to a Meet and Greet in school on Monday 24th August at 6 pm. School uniform jumpers will also be available. We are all looking forward to getting back to school!

Fantastic Futsal!

Boys and Girls from 3rd and 4th Class participated in a Futsal competition at Ballybay N.S recently. There was some fantastic skill and team spirit displayed on the day and a great day of fun was had by all. Well done everyone!

Investigating Materials

We investigated some of the differences between man-made and natural uses of stone.

Welcome 4th Class

Welcome back guys. We are looking forward to a great year!We are delighted that our Astro pitch has arrived. We love to play dodge ball and soccer.

History Makers!

Congratulations to the Roxboro N.S camogie team who won the Cumann na mBunscol county final recently at Four Roads GAA grounds. History was created as Roxboro won it’s first ever camogie final. The girls played with skill and determination from the first whistle to the the last and demonstrated great teamwork throughout. Well done to all the panel!

Camogie Blitz!

Congratulations to our camogie team who participated in the Cumann na mBunscol camogie blitz day recently! The girls were victorious in both of their games and have qualified for the county semi-final. Well done girls!

FAI Schools 5 a side Finals

Well done to our girls and boys 5 a-side soccer teams who competed in the FAI Schools 5 a-side soccer finals recently at Lecarrow soccer grounds. Although no silverware was lifted on the day, both teams played with determination, skill and teamwork in all their games. Well done boys and girls!


Congratulations to our school team who reached the All-Ireland Final of the Irish League of Credit Union’s Quiz!

5th and 6th perform … ‘Away With the Manger’

We were in for a treat last week with the 5th and 6th class production of  ‘Away With the Manger’. Click in the class blog to meet the cast! 

Fifth Class Blog

Sixth Class Blog 

3rd & 4th Class perform …. Bethlehem the Musical

Third and Fourth Classes took to the stage last week to perform Bethlehem the Musical. It was a fantastic production. Well done everyone.

Check out the 3rd and 4th class blog to meet the cast!

Third Class Blog

Fourth Class Blog 

Shoe Box Appeal

Every year we make shoe boxes for the children in need. This year we prepared over 100 shoe boxes  filled with toys, books, stationary and lots of goodies! Well done everyone!

Marine life in Roxboro NS!

We recently had Martina Butler from Heritage in schools visit our school to talk to us about Marine Environment. She spent three days in our school. On the first day she brought live samples from the ocean. We got to look at all different types of seaweed and sea creatures. There were crabs, sea urchins, sea kelp and a variety of other creatures.
She spent the other two days doing hour long workshops in each class. She showed a slide show on how pollution effects marine life. We saw some very upsetting pictures of some sea animals hurt or some that even died as a result of plastic in our oceans.
Martina reminded us how important it is to reuse and recycle so that our planet survives for future generations.


Scór na bPáistí

Here are the children who took part in Scór na bPáistí in Elphin recently. Everyone had a great time and put in a great effort rehearsing. Well done!

Skipping John!

On Wednesday 14th November John Burns visited our school also known as ‘Skippy John’. Each class got a half hour workshop. He showed us a variety of skipping techniques from easy to difficult and showed us all how to skip properly. We had a great day and learned how important skipping is for our fitness.Lots of students bought skipping ropes so we can now practice at home and in the yard at school.

Kilbride Ladies Team

The Kilbride ladies football team came to visit our school recently. They are senior champions three years in a row. What an amazing achievement! We are very proud of our past pupils on the team. They inspired us to keep practicing. Well done ladies!

Junior Einstein

Junior Einstein came to our school to show us all sorts of science experiments. We were truly amazed and had so much fun. Thank you to the Parents Association for organising this event for us. We had so much fun! 


Cross Country

Congratulations to all who took part in cross country this year. Here are our finalists. Well done everyone!


New Planting Areas

We sowed bulbs and wild flowers in our new planting areas around the school. We can’t wait to see them grow in the spring. Well done gardeners!