6th Class Graduation.


We would like to wish our wonderful 6th class pupils all the very, very best in their future school life and adventures!! They have been just fantastic during the lockdown. They were so engaged in all their assigned activities, both sport and academic! We are all so proud of you. You are just brilliant. You can download this short video of just how amazing our sixth class pupils are! [Size 42mb.]

Graduation Video


Stay safe!

Sports! Sports! Sports!

Sports ideas for sports day . Click on these two highlighted links for fantastic  sports ideas to download in Powerpoint. You can also just click on image of your choice instead.

Holy Family BNS Sports Day

Sports Week and Summer Activities Holy Family BNS




More Website Resources


Hi!! Hope everyone is well. Thanks for all the positive feedback and encouragement. Very much appreciated. Here are some websites that you may find useful and fun!





Draw so Cute!

Magazines for Kids.

Music Lab

Typing for Children

Computer Coding for Children

Dublin Zoo Webcams.

Our school was linked by a school in Cobh Co. Cork who really liked our Irish and Quiz resources!


 Askeabns on Scoilnet


Stay safe and we hope you enjoy some of the above sites!!

Mr. Farrell IT Co-ordinator.

Ms. Mullaly Principal.

Website update for June

Welcome back and we hope everyone is keeping well and safe. Many thanks for kind comments and positive feedback. Here are some more sites that you may find of interest.

MusicDabbledoo Music Videos

Maths : Khan Academy 3rd -6th Class

Irish : Irish Legends as Gaeilge.

Irish : Irish Poetry

Biology: Switchzoo

Reading: Into The Book!

Reading : Dr. Seuss

Games for learning: ABCYA

Enjoy the fine weather while it lasts. Stay safe! Beir bua agus beannacht!

Mr Farrell ICT Co-Ordinator.

Ms. Mullaly Principal. 

Junior Infants 2020


For any of our incoming Junior Infants for September 2020 we are sorry we can’t get to meet you at the moment or have you visit our school but we will be in contact with you soon with more information and for anyone who would like to ask us a question or if you need to fill out an enrolment form please email us at info@askeaboys.com.


Hello everyone. We hope you are all safe and well. The theme for this weeks websites in Mindfulness! This is a nice timetable for lovely activities to carry on throughout the week.

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The following are some excellent websites for you to enjoy.

We would also recommend this child friendly search engine.

Kiddle Search Engine for Children.

This is a very nice site for stories. Have a break and enjoy!


We hope you are enjoying Kahoot. This is an excellent site that the children really enjoyed.


For Gaeilge this site has some very nice resources and useful links.

Gaeilge ideas and links.

This is a funny story about a little pig getting ready for school!

Finally, we would like to thank Bishop Nulty and the entire parish team for making Mass for the First Holy Communion classes so special this morning. We are all thinking of you and missing you. Stay safe. You’re the best!!!

Mr. Farrell ICT Co-ordinator.

Ms Mullaly Principal.

Websites update.

Hello everyone. We hope you are all keeping safe and well. Thank you for all your positive feedback and supportive comments. It really means a lot. The following are some sites that you may find of some use.

S.S Sinker. This is a floating boat made by using recycled materials. This fantastic boat was created by a pupils from Ms. Spencer’s class.



The following are some science sites with some very nice experiments.

Science Fun For Everyone.

Science Sparks

Teaching yourself on line can be quite difficult. One site that proved very popular in school is Kahoot. It is a real time multiple choice quiz. It is used quite a lot in secondary schools. This is a useful YouTube introduction to the basics of Kahoot.


We will go into more detail next week about Kahoot as it will prove to be an important program going forward.

Gaeilge: We have uploaded a series of Word Processing Lessons onto YouTube. These can be located at this link.

Word Processing As Gaeilge

Our recommended audio books this week are “The Well Loved Tales” from Ladybird. The children just love these fairy tales being read to them.


Stay safe and we are all missing you. Once again thanks for all the positive feedback. It really means an awful lot. Slán!

Mr. Farrell ICT Co-Ordinator

Ms. Mulally Principal.

New Websites

Welcome back everyone. We hope you are all keeping safe and well. The following are some websites that you may find of interest. Stay Safe! Click on blue links to access sites! Thanks!

1: Explaining Covid 19  to Children.

This free booklet for children was created by the illustrator of the famous children’s book “The Gruffalo”.


Expaling Covid to Children.


2: The Gruffalo as Gaeilge.

3: Maths Website. Many thanks for all your positive feedback and recommendations. The following is an English maths site that has been recommended to us.


Top Marks.


4: Our featured author this week is Dav Pilkey the creator of the one and only Captain Underpants. This clip covers the first five chapters. This is designed to capture your interest and it certainly does.



5:  Junior Classes. The following site for Junior classes has also been highly recommended to us. Let us know what you think.


Starfall for Juniors


Thanks again, for  all  the positive  feedback and  excellent recommendations.  see you  next week.  Stay  safe !!

Míle Buíochas

Mr. Farrell ICT Co-ordinator.

Ms. Mullaly Principal.

Homework Survey Feedback.

Dear Parents and Guardians. Thank you to all the parents who provided us with constructive and supportive feedback by taking part in our parents survey this week. 

We are very pleased to hear that you are happy with the quality of school work being provided to you and the teachers who are working very hard to prepare this work are very appreciative of this feedback.

We see that a lot of you feel that we are sending home a lot of school work so we will take this into consideration when we start our planning again next week. Remember, that you don’t have to complete all the work provided and that your child should just do their best and work at a pace that suits your family circumstances.


For any parent who is finding it difficult to get their child to engage in school work at home, remember we are here to help, please reach out to us through our school email address [askeabns at hotmail.com ] or directly to your class teacher and we will try to provide some advice and support. Stay safe!

Ms Mulally. Principal.

Active Home Week

Hi everyone, this week is Active Home Week and there are lots of activities on the Active School’s blog for this event. Click the following link for tons of fantastic activities.

Active Home Week 2020

The main one is an Active Home Week challenge chart!

Pupils have to do 60 minutes of activity a day!!

There is also a school challenge…the plank challenge…for pupils, for parents and for teachers too!!!

A big big thank you to Mr Corcoran  and Mr Morrissey who made hurling skills videos for all the pupils!! They are brilliant and we know the boys will be delighted to see them. There will be more videos added for next week and Mr Egan  is doing some as well.


The Beano has a very nice site for children with loads of jokes. Make sure you find some funny ones to tell your all your friends! Click on blue link.


Irish: A site for Irish resources that has been recommended to us is the following

Irish Resources for Primary School

Literacy: For literacy the following Oxford Owl site comes highly recommended.

Oxford Owl

Maths. The Maths Is Fun website has many excellent resources. This link takes you to the Calendar. Can you go back in time and find out what day you were born on?

Twelve Month Calendar

Reccomended Author : Roald Dahl The Twits.


Stay safe and be busy for Active Home Week!!

Mr Farrell ICT Co-ordinator

Ms Mulally Principal.