5th Class

Rang a Cúig Booklist 2019-’20.

A School Book Rental system is in place for pupils from Third to Sixth classes at a cost of €35 per pupil, subject to a family maximum contribution of €60.

For this fee, the school provides:

Planet Maths 5,

Starlight 5,

Abair Liom G,

Treasury E,

Small World (History by C J Fallon)

Small World (Geography & Science by C J Fallon),

Class Novels in English and Gaeilge. Religion books.

If you wish to participate in the rental scheme, please forward the money to the School Office by Wednesday, 19th June.

Alternatively, you may purchase the above books at your own expense.

BOOKS TO PURCHASE

It will also be necessary to purchase the following workbooks for the 2019-20 school year.

New Wave English in Practice 5,(Prim-Ed);

Ready Steady Go Mental Maths 5 (Just Rewards)

Spelling Made Fun F (Just Rewards);

Fuaimeanna agus Focail 5 (Folens);

Irish School Atlas (Collins)

English and Irish Dictionary (preferably Collins)

Notes

It is school policy to have pupil names in Irish on copies etc.

Personalised School Diaries will be available on opening week.

Other requirements:

2 X Sum Copies,

1 X English Copy,

1 X Gaelige,

1 X SESE,

Small Pocket Notebook,

Packet Spare Copies,

2 X Pencils,,2 X Red Pens 2 X Blue Pens, 2 X Black Pens, Eraser, Sharpener, Long Ruler, Twistables, Mathematical Set,

Ringbound folder with subject dividers and a calculator.

The school will re-open for pupils on Wednesday, 28th August 2019.

The school booklist is also posted on the school website www.kilmacrennanschool.com under the classes drop bar.
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Fifth Class Booklist 2018-19

A School Book Rental system is in place for pupils from Third to Sixth classes at a cost of €25 per pupil, subject to a family maximum contribution of €50.

For this fee, the school provides

• Planet Maths 5; • Reading Zone 5; • Abair Liom G; • Alive O – 7; • Small World History & Small World Geography & Science for 5th Class (C J Fallon); • Better English 5th Class (www.educate.ie) and a selection of Class Novels.  If you wish to participate in the rental scheme, please forward the money to the School Office by Friday, June 8th.  Alternatively, you may purchase the above books at your own expense.

BOOKS TO PURCHASE

It will also be necessary for all(including those availing of the School Book Rental) to purchase the following workbooks for the 2018-19 school year.
• New Wave Mental Maths 5; • Spellbound; • Fuaimeanna agus Focail, Litriú do Rang a Cúig, (Folens) and -New Wave English for 5th Class.

 Notes

It is school policy to have pupil names in Irish on copies etc;  personalised School Diaries will be available on opening week.

The school will re-open for pupils on Wednesday, 29th August 2018.

Other requirements
2 X Sum Copies; 2 X English Copies;  1 X Gaeilge Copy; 1 X SESE 64 Page Scrapbook;  2 X Pencils; 2 X Red Pens; 2 X Blue Pens; Eraser &Sharpener, Long Ruler; Colouring Pencils & a Mathematical Set. Each pupil should also have an Irish School Atlas (Collins) and an English and Irish Dictionary (preferably Collirforming a range of skills., in particular, controlled take-off, flight & landing.

 

 

  • School Holidays

    • Halloween Mid-Term 2019
      All schools will close from Monday 28th October 2018 to Friday 1st November 2019 inclusive.
    • School Planning Day 12th Nov
      The school will close for pupils/ School Planning Day for staff.
    • Christmas Holidays
      Closing on Friday 20th  December 2019; Re-opening on Monday 6th January 2020.
    • Mid-term 2020
      The school will close on Thursday, February 20th and Friday, February 21st.
    • St Patrick's Day
      The school will close on March 17th, 2020.
    • Easter Holidays
      The school will close on Friday, 3rd April and re-open on Monday, 20th April.
    • May Bank Holiday
      Closed on Monday, 4th May.
    • June Bank Holiday
      Closed on Monday, 1st June.
    • Provisional Summer Closing Date
      The school will close on Friday, 19th June.

      All dates are provisional and subject to change.

      The BOM reserves the right to use the first three days of the Easter Holidays to make up for unforeseen closures.