Be Active ASAP has kicked off!

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Thanks to both teacher and parent volunteers we’re running a six week block of Be Active ASAP for our 1st Classes until the October mid-term. Pupils have been having great fun so far! Sessions will be outside for as long as we can so remember to bring your rain-jackets and water each week along with suitable footwear.

Many thanks to teachers Elaine, Amanda, Marcella, Roisin and Emily and to our parents Carole, Rachel, Karolina and Mateusz for facilitating this for our pupils.

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Principal Barbara Nugent

Ashbourne Educate Together N.S.

Killegland

Ashbourne, Co. Meath

Roll Number: 20396Q

Tel: 01 8357493

Email: office@ashbourneetns.ie

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