Home
the school gates open 8.40am each morning.
St. John of God Primary School, The Faythe, Wexford, Y35 YT38, Ireland. ~ 053-9123105. H.S.C.L. 087-9657964
enbgzh-CNetdehihugalvltplroruskslesuk
1:30:54am
Tuesday, 21st May 2019

Welcome St. John of God Primary School!

Please click on the 'Children 1st' logo to access all news and information on the new Child Protection Guidelines introduced in December 2017.

Click on the 'webwise' logo for a range of information and advice an range of internet safety issues and concerns

CLICK ON LOGO BELOW to APPLY TO ENROL in The Faythe School

Click on CREDIT UNION for information letter on Faythe School Credit Union Savings Scheme for 2018. 

Say NO To BULLYING

Focussing on empowering pupils to deal with unacceptable behaviour or the unwanted attention of their peers, the “Stop, Stop, Tell, Tell, Talk, Talk” strategy has been adopted from the start of the school year 2011-12. Read more...

Join Our School Community

Take advantage of all the Community has to offer, to Register Click here or  Login now
faq

The Faythe FAQ

St. John of God Primary School FAQ. Read more...

Photo Gallery

Please take a look at all the different curricular and extra-curricular activities here in The Faythe. Click on a photograph to see more... Read more...

Latest Blogs

  • Back where it belongs!!

    One the most talked about gestures made just before the newly refurbished school was re-opened in June 2011 was when the late Matt Carty (a past pupil himself and father and grandfather of past pupils) from Antelope Road, came into the school with a match-stick model of the school. Painstakingly crafted from thousands of matches and with no little skill, no-one was aware of Matt's labour of love until he brought it into the school complete and ready for display. It fascinated hundreds of children as they went about their daily business i ...

    Rate this blog entry:
    0
    by Mr. Turner
    Friday, 17 May 2019
  • Extreme Safety Needed at Faythe School

    There will be no Traffic Warden on duty at the Faythe School next week, Monday through to Thursday (20th to 23rd May inclusive). All motorists are asked to be vigilant around the school particularly between the hours of 8.30m to 3.30pm. Your understanding and co-operation on this very serious matter is very much appreciated. ...

    Rate this blog entry:
    0
    by Mr. Turner
    Friday, 17 May 2019
  • First Communion 2019

    Congratulations to all the children who made their First Holy Communion last Saturday in Bride Street Church beautifully decorated with the children's Art work. On a day that started with worrying weather, all the children were in 'tip top' form, from their behaviour to their participation in the Sacrament. In front of a congregation that spanned many generations and four continents the children enjoyed their special day as all the hard work done at home and in school since September 2018 came to fruition. The Choir under the dual direct ...

    Rate this blog entry:
    0
    by Mr. Turner
    Monday, 06 May 2019
  • From Frogspawn to Frogs

    I am a boy in 5th class who has always been fascinated by animals and nature. Throughout my life I have taken care of many different types of animals, and I was delighted to get the opportunity to take care of the frogspawn in school. It is a difficult task to take care of frogspawn and tadpoles as they require specific conditions. In captivity they require an artificial environment to ensure the survival of as many tadpoles as possible. In the wild only 0.8% of all tadpoles turn in to frogs and 0.1% will reach adulthood. Most of them are los ...

    Rate this blog entry:
    0
    by Mr. Gregg
    Thursday, 02 May 2019
  • Runners-Up in South Leinster - FAI 5-a-side Soccer - Well done boys!

    On a day when you 'wouldn't have put a bucket out' the entire 6th Class headed off to Bunclody for the finals of the FAI / Spar South Leinster 5-a-side Soccer Tournament accompanied by the ever present Mr. Murphy, Mr. Doyle and a few very well wrapped up parents. Though normally one of the most picturesque settings in Wexford to play sports, it was one of the worst possible days that pupils were expected to play soccer with howling winds and driving rain from start to finish. The appalling conditions can be seen on the video shown be ...

    Rate this blog entry:
    0
    by Mr. Turner
    Wednesday, 01 May 2019
View more blog entries

Video Gallery

School Activities

No events

Latest comments

Latest newsletter

Faythe School Parents' Book Club
Rate this blog entry:

Our logo

  • The Crest...

    FaceBook  Twitter  

    the crest

    Our logo is a cross and an open pomegranate. The cross is the universal symbol of Christianity. The pomegranate has a strong association with the city of Granada in Spain where our patron, St. John of God, lived. The abundance of seeds in the pomegranate is a reminder of God's endless love for us.

Donation / Payments

USE THIS BUTTON TO MAKE PAYMENTS FOR BOOK RENTAL SCHEME OR A DONATION to the school. After the payment transaction has been done, we will both receive a payment notification but please keep your Paypal email transaction as your payment confirmation. Thank you!



Google Google+