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

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Scoil Oilibhéir are extremely proud of the each and every athlete who represented our school with such wonderful spirit and sportsmanship yesterday. Over 6.000 boys and girls from 300 schools stood on the start line yesterday and it was a daunting, exciting and wonderful experience for all involved.  We are very proud of all our […]

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I am Malala

As part of a new DEIS initiative 5th class have been reading the book ‘I am Malala’ in term 3, as too have the 1st years in St. Aiden’s. On Friday, St. Aiden’s 1st year English classes visited our pupils for a mini- English lesson. Pupils enjoyed a shared reading session and discussing the main themes. 5th class enjoyed quizzing […]

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A message will be sent home today about a new approach we are taking in Scoil Oilibhéir to reduce food waste in our school. Below is a flyer that will be sent home to parents today.  

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Calling all painter parents!

Dear Parents, we have decided, here in Scoil Oilibhéir, that we would like to paint the fencing around our school in a rainbow of bright colours. We feel this would really brighten up the school environment for the children and the school staff.  It will also please our neighbours as it would enhance the local […]

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Mrs Quinlan’s 4th class had the wonderful opportunity to visit St. Aidans Secondary school today. Under the guidance of I.T teachers Mr. Buckley and Mrs. McDonnell, (ably assisted by 1st year past pupils of Scoil Oilibhéir!), the pupils were introduced to computer programming through ‘Scratch’ programming. They designed wonderful programmes on the PCs. No doubt we have computer […]

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Mighty Oaks From Little Acorns Grow

Senior infants have been learning about planting and gardening this fortnight. They were busy planting cress. The pupils each received a kind gift of an oak sapling from their classmate Ben today. The class were able to identify the seed, roots and the sapling. Let’s hope they will be able to identify with the old […]

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