• Welcome to Scoil Oilibhéir

    Scoil Oilibhéir is a large co-educational primary school situated in Ballyvolane, a northern suburb of Cork City.

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FOSO Presentation

What a wonderful morning we had in Scoil Oilibhéir today! At 12 noon many of our parents gathered in the halla to see the Friends of Scoil Oilibhéir present a cheque for €13,463 to the school. Our Parents Association are always active around the school and are willing to help at every school occasion. Fundraising […]

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St. Oliver’s Church 25th Anniversary

This weekend marks a very special anniversary for the community of Ballyvolane & Dublin Hill. It is twenty five years since the opening of St. Oliver’s Church. Scoil Oilibhéir has always had a very close relationship with the Church and the priests of the parish. Indeed, many will remember that, before the Church was built, […]

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Maths Week

So far Maths Week has been a great success. The children are loving the opportunity to engage with Maths games and puzzles and ‘fun’ is definitely the aim of the game. Yesterday our Junior classes had the opportunity to try out some new Maths activities in the halla… and today it is the turn of […]

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School Reopens

Scoil Oilibhéir will open at the usual time on tomorrow Wednesday 18th October. We look forward to welcoming all of our pupils back and we have some fun activities planned for Maths Week.

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School Closure

As per instructions from DES Scoil Oilibhéir will remain closed on tomorrow Tuesday 17th October. We hope all of our pupils, families & staff are safe & well following the storm & we look forward to reopening on Wednesday. Board of Management.

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School Closure

Based on the Red Weather Alert for Cork tomorrow, and following Health and Safety advice, Scoil Oilibhéir will remain closed on tomorrow Monday 16th October.

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Cuairt an Árd Mhaora 2017

Scoil Oilibhéir was delighted to welcome the Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Tony Fitzgerald, to the school this morning. It has long been a tradition that the Lord Mayor visit Cork schools and it is always an exciting and historic occasion. The Lord Mayor  and Lady Mayoress were given a warm Scoil Oilibhéir welcome by all […]

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Third Class Learn About Horses

Mrs. Horgan brought in a harness, winkers, halters and lots of other horse equipment to show Ms Stokes’ third class, who are all very interested in horses and horse riding. Some of our horse experts in the class demonstrated how to use the equipment and showed off their impressive knowledge of horses. Michael Delaney put […]

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Active Homework Initiative

Here in Scoil Oilibhéir, we always encourage the children to live healthy and active lives. The general health and mental health benefits of activity are well documented. Scientific research shows that short periods of physical activity–even as little as 10 minutes at a time–performed throughout the day provide health benefits similar to longer periods of […]

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Be Safe, Be Seen!

Our Junior Infants stood out from the crowd today as they made their way home wearing their brand new Hi-Vis vests. The vests are provided as part of an initiative sponsored by Electric Ireland and the Road Safety Authority aimed at highlighting road safety among primary school pupils and the wider community. Many thanks to […]

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