Scoil Mochaomhog Naofa have a lovely website full of details of what is happening in the school along with some history about the school. There is a list of useful links, staff details and a well updated news feed.
Upon loading the Scoil Mochaomhog Naofa website you are welcomed by an image of the school along with it’s history. It is clear from the homepage that their roots have not been forgotten. This school has been located at the crossroads of the village since 1846. Not only is their heritage celebrated, technology is embraced.
There is a nice list of useful links on the left-hand side of the screen. These link to external sites that the school recommend such as our favourite, Scoilnet. Alot of these sites are for local after school activities such as pottery classes and GAA clubs.
There is a comprehensive list of all staff members including teachers, special needs assistances, the secretary, the caretaker and the school cleaner. This is a useful source of information for parents, it would be nice however if the class level was associated with the teachers.
The news section of the site is updated regularly and there are images attached to each news article. It is clear from this section of the site that the children enjoy their activities in school.
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