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Artist Wall of Fame

 Our Artists Wall of Fame Take a look at the beautiful pictures our kids created. These pictures were specially chosen by Mr.Comiskey to take pride of place in his office on the “Artists Wall of Fame”. Well done everyone !!

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Attendance Awards

Attendance Award Winners Huge congratulations to all the children who made a great effort with their attendance this year. The children were awarded attendance certificates at assembly. Maith sibh! Yussuph, Mark and Akim in have been in nearly everyday this year. Well done!  

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Cainteoir na Míosa

Cainteoir na Míosa Comhgairdeas do na buachaillí agus na cailíní go léir a rinne iarracht mhór an Ghaeilge a labhairt i rith an Deireadh Fómhair !  Rinne gach duine a ndícheall ach fuair duine amháin i ngach rang duais spesialta i gcomhair ‘Cainteoir na Míosa’. Maith sibh go léir! Congratulations to all the boys and girls …

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  LNS and Information & Communications Technology (ICT)   Here at Lusk NS, we have made exciting advancements in our use of ICT to enhance the delivery of the curriculum to every single child in the school. Through teaching and learning with ICT we equip children to participate in a rapidly changing world, where work …

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Games Club

Games Club Games club is an opportunity for children to learn how to play board games and to escape from the busy goings on of their daily lives. It is made up of children from 3rd to 5th class and this year we had 39 children take part. We run it in two blocks of …

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Green Schools

Lusk National School Green School Committee Lusk National School is a fully recognised Green School. We were awarded our first Green Flag in May 2006 for work in recycling and litter awareness. We were awarded our second Green Flag for work in awareness and conservation of energy. The next flag we are aiming for is …

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Why Teach Music? Music is a science • It is exact, specific; and it demands exact acoustics. A conductor’s full score is a chart, a graph which indicates frequencies, intensities, volume changes, melody and harmony all at once and with the most exact control of time. Music is mathematical • It is rhythmically based on …

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Our School Garden

Welcome to the new Lusk National School garden webpage! It was a cold winter and it is great now to be back out in the lovely sunshine working in the garden! We have planted many interesting things this year. These include: Potatoes Onions Carrots Green Beans Tomatoes Sunflowers Daffodils Crocus Tulips Peas This year, B&Q …

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When something significant happens in a family, the entire family is affected.  If a parent dies or parents separate or a painful loss occurs, not only do the parents grieve, the children do also.  Grief is an expression of love and a normal human reaction to a significant loss.  Children find it difficult to verbalise …

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In Lusk we have a rich sporting culture. We partake in many extracurricular activities. Currently the school boasts Gaelic football teams, a soccer team, basketball teams, and a hurling team. We also enjoy rugby, badminton, athletics, swimming Irish and Hip-Hop dancing. We are so lucky to have so many teachers offering their time as well …

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Student Council

Student Council   Lusk N.S. has a thriving Student Council. Comprising of eight students from 5th class and eight students from 6th class, the council are involved in all aspects of school life. One of the recent events they have coordinated was the Anti- Bullying week which ran in the school during October. All council …

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Student Council Magazine

The Student Council is made up of 14 members.  Over the past few months we have worked hard to create a school magazine which you can access below! We hope you like our work and enjoy reading it! A big thanks to Miss Hickey for all her help!  Click below to see our 1st edition! …

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Summer Reading

Summer Reading Tips for Parents By: Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities Summer shouldn’t mean taking a break from learning, especially reading. Studies show that most students experience a loss of reading skills over the summer months, but children who continue to read will gain skills. Comment Efforts should be made during the summer to help …

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