St Nicholas School Adare Fundraiser was held at the Dunraven Arms and was a huge success with many familiar faces in attendance. The evening marked the launch of St Nicholas School in Adare’s ‘200 Years’ calendar of events. The night was a Limerick City of Culture 2014 event as part of the annual calendar with special guest and Lady Dunraven (patron) celebrating the rich history and culture at the school. The celebrations took place with a ‘Couture and Culture’ fashion show. All donations raised on the night will now go towards the Alzheimer’s Centre in Adare.
About the school:
St. Nicholas’ National School, Adare is a co-educational, three teacher national school with two support teachers. The school is located on the outskirts of Adare on the banks of the River Maigue, opposite the gates of Adare Manor. Lady Geraldine Dunraven is the school’s patron. The school has a Church of Ireland ethos but welcomes children of all religions and none.
The school has excellent facilities which include indoor and outdoor P.E. facilities, a spacious play area, support classrooms, interactive boards in all classrooms and a suite of computer laptops and Ipads. They offer a broad and varied curriculum plus extra-curricular activities.
The school is served by a number of school buses and applications are made through the school transport website.
There is an after school facility on-site in the school hall from 2pm daily and pre and after school care available locally giving parents flexible drop-off and pick-up times.
Further information is available from the school office on 061396683 or at [email protected]
For other stories about schools go HERE
Photos by Dolf Patijn for ILoveLimerick.com 2014. All Rights Reserved.