Welcome to our blog! Here you will find all the amazing news that happens here in Francis street. From work the boys have done, amazing achievements, assemble awards, trips and more there is always something to catch up on here at Franner!
8th December 2017 City Neighbourhood Awards – Mansion House Dublin This year we have been awarded a city neighbourhood award for our positive impact on the local community and neighbourhood. We are very proud of the work done in the local community and the good example ourRead more →
3rd and 4th Class Blitz Semi-final Preview We’re down to our last four teams in our 3rd and 4th Class Blitz. There has been some fantastic games that the referees, Dan and Conor have witnessed. We’ve had some upsets and some amazement. The Semi-Final will take placeRead more →
8th December 2017 5th class hugely enjoyed their day out as they travelled to the A&L Goodbody offices as they hosted our paired reading graduation ceremony. Over the past few months the boys have been taking part in paired reading with a reading buddy from A&L, exploringRead more →
This year the boys at Franner have been making Shoe-boxes for the shoe-box appeal run by the charity HOPE Ireland in order to give presents this Christmas to children in need. The boys have been working really hard making fantastic shoe-boxes filled with the four W’s: SomethingRead more →
A massive thank you to our Parents Association and Jennifer for organising a wonderful hot chocolate morning for the boys on Thursday 7th of December. Nothing could have brightened up this cold winter morning better than a cup of warm hot chocolate, with marshmallows on top! WhatRead more →
Thursday 7th of December was a fantastic day in Franner as we were presented with the Robert Dunbar Memorial Library award. The Library awarded to the school by Children’s Books Ireland, who donate a library of books worth €1,500 in memory of the great children’s author RobertRead more →
3rd and 4th Class Blitz Report Ballers FC 0 – 3 Barca Goal scorers Pietro “Neymar” Belo Joseph Byrne  It was a very close game, lots of shots in the 1st half, that ended up with Ballers ‘keeper Callum Lennox pulling off fantastic saves. But a quick attackRead more →