A group of Swedish musicians came to give a lively performance in the school.
The recently published “Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools, September 2013” defines bullying as unwanted negative behaviour, verbal, psychological or physical conducted, by an individual or group against another person (or persons) and which is repeated over time.
Mol an Óige Dé Domhnaigh 20 Deireadh Fómhair 2013 - Mol an Óige - RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta
The Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn T.D., has published new anti-bullying procedures.
Tigh Na Coille group featured in the group competition in the Clare Fleadh in June
Barefield NS took part in the West Clare National Schools Cross Country the 12th of September 2013.
French and German language classes have started the week of the 16th of September at Barefield N.S.
Plenty of new pictures in our Photo Gallery!
CLARE PRIMARY GAME / SUMMER AT BAREFIELD NATIONAL SCHOOL
Barefield NS hosted a week long visit from the Shiroka Laka school of Bulgarian Culture May 20-27.
Yrväder from Kristianstad in Skane, Sweden came to visit Barefield NS in April 2013. This was their fourth visit to County Clare since 2006.
The idea behind the partnership is to provide Swedish and Irish musicians with the opportunities to showcase their talents and reward them for their dedication to their chosen art. The visits to Sweden have been hugely important to 60 young Clare musicians over the years of this project.
Per Nord and Susan Enochsson have been the spiritual heart of Yrväder since 2006 and they brought a range of instrumentalists with them that included saxophones, bass, guitar, fiddles, flutes, harps, percussion and keyboard.
The list of Swedish participants is as follows:
Johanna Kier, Johanna Österlind, Harald Åkerberg, Arvid Markoff, Alex Johansson, Sigrid Abrahamsson, Sofia Karlsson, Linnea Jönsson, Ingrid Nilsson, Emma Grönlund, Ellen Falck, Thomas Ringdahl, Per Nord, Susan Enochsson and Lotta Fursen.
The host families included Helen Hanrahan, Anne Marie Meskill and Noreen Hehir.
Denis Liddy was the co-ordinator of the tour and included a visit to the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren.
This visit was part of The Gathering 2013.
On March 5th our Ceili band and Grupa Cheoil won at the annual Feile na hInse in the Auburn Lodge.
Junior Infants concert
Music, song, drama and smiling faces were everywhere in Barefield School last week...
Literacy Lift Off programme has started with Rang I.
Maths Recovery offers a unique approach to extending children’s number knowledge, understanding and strategies...
A very successful web based package called Mathletics...
Barefield National School Fashion Show
Congratulations to all the girls who won the Co. Clare Camogie match today, to their trainer and teacher!
Welcome to our Summer edition of the School Newsletter, written and produced by Ms. Eyres’s 3rd / 4th class.
The Barefield National School Boys team have had a very successful year in hurling.
Barefield National School received an award for its winning entry in The Modern Languages In Primary Schools Initiative.
The Minister of State for European Affairs Ms. Lucinda Creighton was the guest of honour at presentation in Barefield National School as part of The E.U. Blue Star Project.
Read about our Easter Newsletter 2012
BIO-DIVERSITY DAY AT BAREFIELD N.S.
5th class pupils have celebrated Mardi Gras during French class!
The Junior Concert took place Thursday, the 9th of February and was a great success!
The spirit of Christmas shone brightly in Barefield National School in the run up to the Holy and Festive season.
Senior infants and fifth class took part in the Incredible Edibles Garden Challenge.
G.A.A. at Barefield N.S.
Halloween is in the air....
Wednesday, October 12th was Jersey Day in our school to celebrate our Parish Footballers reaching the County Final in Cusack Park on Sunday 16-10-2011.
The Centre for Talented Youth, at Dublin City University provides specialised courses for young people with exceptional academic ability
Friday 30th September was the National Day of Volunteering.
Here is the list of After School Activities in Barefield National School
Bliain na Foraoise - Ag Ceiliúradh Foraoiseacha Don Phobal
I can read with my eyes shut!
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” - Dr. Seuss
We have recently set up a school vegetable garden growing carrots, parsnips, onions, lettuce, turnips, potatoes and cabbage in four raised beds.
Academic Year Planner 2011-2012
A new website about France, compiled and illustrated by 6th class pupils
A beautiful booklet is available to download about the Official Opening and the history of Barefield National School.
Mr. John Burns, Principal of Barefield National School has expressed the gratitude and joy experienced by the school and parish community in the run in to the official opening of the magnificent 16 classroom school which is scheduled to take place at 2.p.m. on Sunday May 29th.
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As part of the official opening of Barefield National School there will be a range of photographs relating to school life over the years on display.
Barefield National School captured the County seven aside football title last week.Girls from 4th, 5th and 6th class participated in the INTO Mini Sevens
GRANDPARENT’S DAY AT BAREFIELD N.S.
Carmel came today to speak to the children about the murals she has done for the school.
Barefield NS has been awarded school of the month for October 2010 by the MLPSI
The Annual Report of the Board of Management 2009/2010 is released. Download it from the school website.
Derek Mooney has a bird nest in his garden and robins have nested there. If you would like to view live footage of this nest visit the Birdwatch Ireland website.