Pupils, teachers and parents had a terrific night last night in City Hall as the choir performed in the annual Cór Fhéile na Scol. For weeks the choir has been rehearsing songs from the musical Sister Act. All their hard work certainly paid off as their performance was a huge hit on the night. Their […]
There was great excitement in the school today when we received a letter informing us that we were prize winners in the Discover Cork: Schools’ Heritage Project. This is a prestigious competition which fourth, fifth and sixth class pupils from all over Cork City enter. The pupils from Mrs. Woods’ fourth class were awarded first […]
Scoil Oilibheir will be closed for the St. Patrick’s bank holiday on Monday next, March 18th. We will close for the Easter holidays on Friday next, March 22nd at 12 noon. Please ensure that your child is collected promptly. We will re-open after the Easter break on Monday, April 8th. We would like to wish all of […]
Art Oilibhéir is always filled with colour, laughter and entertainment and today certainly didn’t disappoint. As you can see from the gallery below, the creative talents of our pupils were very much on display. From early in the morning, the halla was packed with proud children and parents, showing their own work and marvelling at […]
The school halla has been very busy all afternoon as teachers and pupils put the finishing touches to their works of art. As always the work of our talented pupils is truly breathtaking and we are sure that you will be very impressed with the finished product. Art Oilibhéir will be open to the public […]
The solution to yesterday’s puzzle is as follows: The traveller asked “which road goes to your village?” He would then take the road the villager pointed to as a truthful person will always point to the truthful village and a liar will also always point to the truthful village.
Anyone passing Scoil Oilibhéir today would have been fascinated by sight of over 700 hundred children singing and dancing in the yard. As our celebration of Seachtain na Gaeilge continued, a Céilí Mór was held sa chlós. Guided by Ms. Barry Murphy, the children from third to sixth class thoroughly enjoyed trying out Falla Luimní. […]
This week’s puzzle requires a little bit of thinking – Can you work it out? We will publish the solution tomorrow. A traveller comes to a fork in the road which leads to two villages. In one village the people always tell lies, and in the other village the people always tell the truth. The […]
We are already half way through Seachtain na Gaeilge and both the children and teachers are thoroughly enjoying all the activities organised. Everybody is making a great effort to use their cúpla focal right throughout the day. With this in mind some of the sixth class pupils wrote an account of their trip to the […]
With Seachtain na Gaeilge in full flow in Scoil Oillibhéir, it is impossible to walk through the halla or indeed any corridor without being greeting by singing or music. Thursday and Friday have been no exception, with pupils from First to Sixth CLass enjoying Ceolchoirm sa Halla. The Fifth and Sixth Class Seisiúin Cheoil saw […]
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