School Motto: “Learn, Respect, Achieve”
New School built in 1991
Extension and new parking set down area to the front of the school
5 classroom teachers
2 support teachers
2 part-time SNA’s
1 full time SNA
6th Class Care Leaders in the yard
Active website: www.naulschool.com
A professional, caring, and committed staff who undertake continuous professional development every year.
Spacious, bright, classrooms with interactive whiteboards in each classroom
Well kept school grounds and playing fields.
Sports coaching in many sports- GAA (Carla Rowe), Rugby, soccer etc.
A Green School – 3 green flags and the 4th on its way.
European Blue Star Programme
Food Dudes Programme
Science Awards 2012, 2014 and 2016 for excellence in science and maths.
A committed Board of Management
An Active Parents’ Council
After School Lego Club
Successful and very affordable book rental scheme.
Annual Christmas Shows produced and performed by each class
Open Family Sports Day
Termly and Yearly Pupil Awards.
Wellbeing Week/Science Week/Friendship Week etc.
“Children Learn when they are happy. We help them to grow in their learning and to have a growth mindset”
WHAT WE DO
Ours is a school with a Catholic ethos and a spirit of mutual respect is promoted within the school. It is our endeavour to enhance the self-esteem of all in the school community and to imbue in the pupils a sense of respect and responsibility for themselves, others, the school, the local community and the environment.
We encourage the pursuit of excellence in all aspects of the curriculum and in the personal development of the children.
We welcome and encourage parents as partners in our school and we aim to foster a sense of community between management, teachers, parents and pupils.
St George’s National School will strive to promote both individually and collectively the personal and professional development of staff within a collaborative and collegial setting.
encourages students of all ages to take steps to increase their levels of understanding of the unequal world we live in; to develop their sense of responsibility both for themselves, and the local, national and international communities they live in. It is vital that the younger generation are given the opportunity to become effective contributors and responsible citizens within the world they live.
Encouraging primary school-aged students to think of others and take action to help those less fortunate is a hugely beneficial experience.
The name is anglicised from the Irish An Aill meaning "The Cliff" as there is a substantial cliff on either side of the River Delvin just outside the village. Locally, the village is still known as The Naul as a throwback to the original Irish name, although this is not recognised officially.
The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre was officially opened on 23 October 2001. It promotes and develops the traditional arts, and it organises and hosts regular recitals, music sessions, workshops and classes.
Clann Mhuíre CLG is the local Gaelic Athletic Association club. It was founded in 1957 and currently fields football teams from Under-8 to Under-18. There are two adult male football teams that play in Divisions AFL3 and AFL10N, and a ladies football team.