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Dear Parents,

Erasmus Project 

We are proud to announce that Emo National School are undertaking a project with Erasmus this school year, called Teaching and Learning through Art. As a part of the project we have a number of artistic events happening this year.This term, each class from Junior Infants to 6th Class, are learning about a European country, creating a SESE project and studying artists from that country, as well as creating beautiful pieces of art inspired by those artists.

At the moment:

Junior Infants are learning about France and looking at Claude Monet.

Senior Infants are looking at the United Kingdom.

1st Class are also learning all about France and are looking at the artist Henri Rousseau.

2nd Class are learning about Russia and are looking at the artist Wassily Kandinsky.

3rd Class are looking at the Netherlands and are learning about the artist Vincent Van Gogh

4th Class are learning about Italy and are looking at the artists Amadeo Modigliani and Leonardo da Vinci.

5th Class are learning about Spain.

6th Class are learning about Germany and looking at the artist Paul Klee.


To promote the project and our partnership with the Erasmus programme, we are taking part in Erasmus Schools Week from 30th September – 4th October.As part of this week of celebrations, to showcase the hard work of the pupils and teachers, we are holding an art exhibition in our school hall on Wednesday 2nd October 2019. We would love to invite you to our exhibition and hope you enjoy seeing the wonderful art the children have created as well as their SESE projects on their chosen countries.

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BBQ and Sponsored Walk , Friday 13th September 

The Parents Association would like to remind parents about the sponsored walk this Friday at 1.30PM. Juniors and seniors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.There is a participation fee of €10 PER FAMILY. Burgers and hot-dogs are €2 each, bottles of water will be  provided free of charge.

 All money collected by the PA goes towards contributing to school events and equipment.

Kind regards,

Cyril Duggan