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The Good Old Days

The West End came to the North End of Cork when the pupils of 4th class put on a performance in front of a VIP guest audience including Mr. O’Brien and Mrs. Horgan. Pupils wanted to highlight the work that Cill Bara does in helping children to reach their potential and the play, which took […]

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A Visit to St. Aidan’s

Mrs.Quinlan’s 4th class were invited to St.Aidan’s yesterday for ceilí dancing and cookery! We had great fun dancing “The walls of Limerick” and “The siege of Ennis”. We baked delicious chocolate chip cookies too!

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4th Class Assembly

Last week it was the turn of Fourth class to celebrate their achievements in activities inside, and outside of, school. The children came together in the halla bringing with them their many awards, medals and trophies. Their teachers spoke about the children’s involvement in a wide range of activities including dancing, sport, scouts, reading, singing, […]

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Architecture Project

On Friday 4th of December, the children of Mrs. Horgan’s 4th class presented their Architecture Project on which they have been working since September. The project was opened by a director of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Ann Cuffe Fitzgerald who was the architect in charge of the restoration of St Mel’s Cathedral, […]

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Poetry Competition

The children of Mrs. Horgan’s Fourth class have been busy writing poetry. They took part in a Poetry Writing Competition which was hosted by Blackpool Community Centre. The children had the opportunity to read their poems on Cork’s Night of Culture. The standard of poetry was very high and four children, Conor Ring, Ava Murray, […]

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Feis Maitiú Success

Bn. Uí Argáin’s 4th class took to the boards in Fr. Mathew Hall yesterday to compete in Sciath Uí Uallacháin. They performed an Irish play ‘Na Gadaithe agus na Póilíní’ in the Under 13 Irish Drama competition and did themselves, their school and their families proud by winning first prize. The children thoroughly enjoyed the […]

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Fourth Class Pupils on an Architectural Adventure

The first exercise the fourth class pupils undertook was to draw a detailed sketch of their friend’s hand. This task encouraged the students to think of scale and to observe the subtle differences between their friend’s hands and their own. The lesson also encouraged teamwork and patience and one child had to model for another. […]

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Scoil Oilibhéir Pupils Become TV Stars

There was great excitement in many homes in Ballyvolane last Friday night as many of our fourth class pupils were featured on  Nuacht on TG4. It was certainly a big week for Mrs. Horgan’s class as only the afternoon before they held an architectural exhibition in the halla at which the president of the Royal […]

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Blanket For The Girls’ Club

The children in Fourth class room 23 have been very busy lately. They have started knitting and decided to put their skills to good use. They each knitted squares and then put them all together to make a blanket. They then donated the blanket to The Girls Club. The Girls Club is a club for […]

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Student Council Elections

Next year’s Student Council were elected the day before the Easter holidays after a two week campaign in 4th and 5th class. Congratulations to the new members who will receive their pins and certificates in September. They were introduced today at the senior assembly. They will attend the May Student Council meeting as guests tomorrow […]

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