Rainbows 9 week programme


Rainbows Ireland is a free, listening, peer, group support service that provides support for children from the age of 7, after they have experienced a Parental Separation and or Bereavement. 

When significant change and loss happens in a family, the entire family can be affected including children. Children generally find it difficult to understand their feelings and often do not have the words to say how they feel. 

Rainbows provides group support for children of a similar age and loss experience. Meeting others in a similar situation can be very supportive for children. 

Rainbows is not a counselling group or professional therapy.

Bush Post Primary School provides this service to children attending our school.

Staff at our school have undertaken the training to become a Rainbows Volunteer Facilitator. 

If you would like more information on the Rainbows service and its programmes, please visit www.rainbowsireland.ie 

Normally the programme will run for 9 weeks, for an hour each week after school. 

If you would like to find out when the programme will be running in our school, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to speak to Elizabeth Bell, Rainbows Coordinator.



TY mini company wins 1st prize at the Student Enterprise Awards County Final.

Congratulations to TY mini company ‘Heated Clothing Company’ for winning 1st prize at the Student Enterprise Awards County Final. The company consists of students Cathal Malone, Peter Hanlon, Lorcan Rice and Nathan Mills. Their innovative product idea of electronically heated bodywarmers and coats wowed the judges at the Fairways Hotel. The students are now busy preparing, with support from their teacher Ms Campbell, for the All-Ireland final that will be held in Croke Park in May.



iPad Training & Internet Safety Course

iPad Training & Internet Safety Course

Commencing 6th March 2020

For 5 Weeks

11am – 1pm

Location: Parents Room (R37), Bush Post Primary

Please click here for more information

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St. Patrick's Festival Launch at Dundalk Gaol

Evelyn Donnelly and other Trashion Fashion 2020 winners have the honour of being Grand Marshalls at this year's St. Patrick's Day parade in Dundalk. They will appear on the leading float on the evening of 16th March. This years theme is 'Urban Green' and the message is to be environmentally aware. We hope that everyone will come along to support Evelyn and enjoy the festive fun!
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Basic Introduction to Energy Information Evening

Need to reduce your energy bill?

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You are invited to a ‘Basic Introduction to Energyinformation evening on Thursday, February 13th in The Dolmen Centre, Omeath.

You will participate in a fun, interactive game which will provide you with information on how to make your home warmer, more efficient and save money.

You will receive information on the significant grants available to homeowners, (35% to 80% of the total costs) and sources of funding to help you with your contribution.

This event has received grant funding from Louth Leader and the delivery is undertaken by qualified energy specialists.

When: Thursday, February 13th, 2020

Where: The Dolmen Centre, Omeath Time: 7:00pm

This event is being organised by Louth Energy, a group who over the last four years has led the retrofitting of 230 homes in County Louth and helped homeowners avail of Government grant funding through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).