Edmund Rice Schools Trust

Edmund Rice Schools Trust


            



Raising the Flag for the Unique Spirit of CBS Primary, Nenagh

This Friday, May 5th, the students of CBS Primary will be raising a new, specially designed flag to celebrate the unique spirit of the school and to mark the start of a focus on positive mental health for students.

The new Edmund Rice Flag, which incorporates the crest of CBS Primary is also being raised across the country by the 95 schools who are also members of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust (ERST).

The flag was designed by a Cork-based first year student attending Edmund Rice College Carrigaline.  The young artist, Elizabeth Butler, won a network wide art competition aimed at capturing what is important to students about their Edmund Rice Schools. Across the country, the crests of the other 94 schools within the network are represented on the common Edmund Rice flag. 

May 5th is marked as Edmund Rice Day across the ERST network of secondary and primary schools.  The day is celebrated by the network, including CBS Primary to focus on the core values of equality, diversity, student wellbeing and social justice.  

This year, the focus of CBS Primary and the network is positive mental health within the student community.  Over the coming year, students, working with their teachers, are being encouraged to initiate and develop activities andprogrammes to spread the word that mental health matters and that it is important that students who may be feeling worried or anxious can share their concerns within their school environments and look for support.

“We are constantly working to ensure that CBS Primary is a positive, welcoming, learning home for all of our students,” said Sheila Brophy.  Edmund Rice Day gives us an opportunity to celebrate the inclusive spirit of our own school and the spirit of the network we belong to.”

“We know that life can be stressful at various times for young people.  They can have concerns, worries, and difficulties that they have to cope with that can impact on their confidence, their ability to learn and on their mental and physical wellbeing.  At CBS Primary, we strive to create a caring and safe environment for all students where they know that they can raise concerns or worries they may have and that they will be supported to thrive physically and mentally.”

The Edmund Rice Schools Trust is one of Ireland’s largest networks of schools, with 95 voluntary primary and secondary schools, working to inspire and motivate over 37,000 students.

The flag raising ceremony takes place this Friday, May 5th.  Photos will be posted on the website following the event.

Yours Sincerely,


Sheila Brophy










Click on the logo for a full list of schools in the ERST


Here follows a list, by province, of all those CBS Primary schools with an on-line presence.
If there are any that we have neglected to include, please let us know.


Munster


Tralee
http://www.cbsprimarytralee.com

Mitchelstown
http://cbsmitchprim.scoilnet.ie

Doon:
http://www.dooncbsns.ie

Tipperary Town
http://www.themonasteryschool.ie

Midleton
http://www.midletoncbsprimary.ie

Sexton Street, Limerick
http://www.cbslk.ie

Ennis
http://homepage.eircom.net/~cbps/

Blarney Street, Cork
http://www.scoilcholmcillecbs.com


Shelbourne Road, Limerick
http://www.stmunchinscbs.ie

Leinster


New Ross
http://www.newrossprimary.ie

Wexford Town
http://www.cbsprimarywexford.com

Dundalk
http://www.cbsprimarydundalk.com

Kilkenny
http://www.cbsprimarykilkenny.net

Fairview, Dublin
http://www.stjosephscbs.ie

James's Street, Dublin
http://homepage.eircom.net/~pjamescbs

North Circular Road, Dublin
https://sites.google.com/a/oconnellprimary.ie/o-connell-cbs-primary-school/home

Crumlin, Dublin
http://www.scoilcolm.ie

Seville Place, Dublin (near Connolly Station)
http://larriers.blogspot.ie

Glasnevin, Dublin
http://www.vincentsprimary.com