By Rang a Ceathair. September was designated ‘Walking Month’ by Cork City Council. We went on a walk to The Glen River Park which was organised by St. Brendan’s Walking Group. The walk was very enjoyable and we learned lots of new things. After our trip to The Glen River Park we thought that there […]
The halls of Scoil Oilibhéir resounded with laughter and excitement on Sunday, December 2nd as the school hosted its annual Christmas Bazaar. Santa and Mrs. Claus also visited the Bazaar, meeting the young children and stocking up on some bargains before making their return trip to the North Pole. A great day was had by […]
Congratulations to the pupils of Rang 6 who celebrated their enrolment for the sacrament of Confirmation on Friday, December 7th. Attended by many parents, this service marked their first steps in preparing to receive the Holy Spirit. Following the service, the three classes enjoyed a Christmas Carol Service performed by the Revenue Choir in the […]
The annual Scoil Oilibhéir Carol Service marks the beginning of the Christmas celebrations in the school. Last Tuesday evening, St. Oliver’s Church was packed with both young and old to enjoy the wonderful festive music from local choirs and our own pupils. They were treated to performances from the school band and the choir. Pupils […]
Scoil Oilibhéir, Ballyvolane, Cork.