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The School Texting Service is our way of contacting each family directly with urgent messages, news or in response to any emergency. All parents of children newly enrolled in the school are asked to activate this system on your mobiles by simply texting the word DOOR to 51444

Parents who have been receiving messages in previous years do not need to follow the above instruction as your details have been retained. Your inclusion in the texting service is essential, especially during the winter months. 

 

Our school website has been awarded the Scoilnet Star Site award. 

Thank you to all the pupils, parents and staff who have contributed to our website in any way. We appreciate all your support.

Click on the link to read scoilnet's full review of our website www.scoilnet.ie/star-site/stmarys-ns-stranorlar-scoil-mhuire-stranorlar/

 

Announcement of New School

The Department of Education and Skills has given approval for our proposed new school to go to construction in 2017.  Work on the design phase of the new school will soon be completed.

Our thanks to all who have helped in any way down through the years...a huge effort to secure the project was put in by so many people....Staff, Boards of Management, Parents' Association, Clergy, the local Community and Politicians from every political persuasion. We now move forward to ensure construction as quickly as possible. The work continues.

A small delegation from the Board of Management met with the Minister for Education, Mr.Richard Bruton T.D. in the Dáil in May 2017. The meeting was arranged to ensure that the final stages in the design and plannng phase of the new school building would be completed as quickly as possible to allow the school to go to tender later this year.

 

Uniform

Please note that we have a complete range of Uniform jumpers in stock and these will be available throughout the year.

Children are asked to wear the uniform at all times.

 

PUPIL ART

Life is Art........Paint your dreams!
 
"Merry Christmas" by Caitlin Kelly McGinty 5th Class
 
"Christmas is coming" by Katie McCool 5th Class
 
"Merry Christmas" by Ronan McFadden 2nd Class
 
"Christmas" by James Walsh Gallagher 4th Class
 
"Santa got stuck in the Chimney!" by Calvin Donnelly 4th Class
 
"Elf" by Deirbhile Irwin 4th Class
 

News

Weekend Winners

18/12/2017 15:08
Congratulations to Niamh, Emily, Maria and Ríona who all took part in the Athletic Associaion of...

The Lost Nativity

14/12/2017 23:02
5th Class are busy rehearsing their play The Lost Nativity in which the school choir will accompany...

Department of Education and Skills Report

12/12/2017 15:25
To read our Whole School Evaluation Management, Leadership and Learning report carried out by the...

Johnny Dunleavy Visit

11/12/2017 23:08
We were honoured to have our past pupil Johnny Dunleavy visit the school today with some...

Junior Infants Nativity

07/12/2017 19:41
Congratulations and well done to all our Junior Infants who performed in their nativty play in the...

Congratulations

06/12/2017 20:20
Congratulations and well done to all our Senior Infants who performed in their play 'Tinsel and Tea...

Sportshall success

06/12/2017 19:56
Well done to our four Sportshall teams that competed today in the Finn Valley Centre. Our 3rd and...

Weekend Winners

05/12/2017 08:57
Congratulations to the children that took part in Goretti Bonar Féis at the weekend. Well done...

Frances Brown Storytelling Chair

29/11/2017 20:22
By Junior Webmasters Madison McDermott and Naomh Curran "Our Class went to the library on November...

Weekend Winners

27/11/2017 15:28
Congratulations to Emily, Aisling and Abigail on their success with their soccer team U-12 Finn...

Boys Soccer Team

27/11/2017 15:17
On Friday 24th twelve boys from 5th and 6th class travelled to Ballyare to take part in the...

Thanks to Stitch it Bernie

22/11/2017 12:38
Stitch it Bernie donated €800 from the proceeds of the Fashion Extravaganza that was held in Kee's...

Science Week

16/11/2017 22:28
On Thursday the 16th of November, the Cell Explorers visited the 5th classes in our school. We...

Bounce at St.Mary's

16/11/2017 21:29
Our Junior and Senior Infant children really enjoyed  8 weeks of special fitness lessons. One...

GAA in St.Mary's

15/11/2017 21:30
Thanks to Mrs McCaffrey for these photos of her class enjoying their Hurling lesson at MacCumhaills...

Weekend Winners

15/11/2017 15:05
Congratulations to six of our pupils who won prizes for their entries in Ballybofey and Stranorlar...

Fashion Extravaganza

10/11/2017 10:48
Thank you to everyone that supported the Fashion Extravaganza night that took place in Kee's Hotel...

Winter Arrangements

09/11/2017 22:04
All families please note carefully the arrangements we have in place in the event of it...

Supporting Parents to support their Children's mental health & wellbeing

08/11/2017 22:04
The National Parents Council Primary (NPC) Donegal County Branch Presents: 'Supporting Parents to...

Weekend Winners

06/11/2017 20:02
Congratulations to all our weekend winners. Congratulations to our pupils who took part in two...
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Contact

St.Mary's NS

Main street, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal.

074 91 31877

Upcoming Events

1st Class Christmas Concert

December 19th for Parents of pupils in Ms Moynihan, 20th for Parents of pupils in Mrs.McGill's class and 21st for Parents of pupils in Mrs Sweeney. School Hall. 11:15am.

The Lost Nativity

December 19th & 20th. Balor theatre. 3rd, 4th and 5th Classes. Tickets on sale from school €5.

PUPIL CORNER

RIDDLES AND

JOKES

Question: How did Santa Claus open the front door?
Answer: He used a Tur-key!
 
 
Question: What do elves eat for breakfast?
Answer: Snow-flakes!
 
 
Question: What hides in the bakery at Christmas?
Answer: Mince Spies!!
 
Question:What carol is heard in the dessert
Answer: Camel ye Faithful!!

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