ROUND 2 TICKETS FOR THE SPRING CONCERTS WILL BE ON SALE FROM 11AM THIS MORNING (24TH FEBRUARY) ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. TICKETS ARE €5 EACH AND LIMITED TO 3 PER CHILD.
Author Archive | Aine O'Mahony
Excitement is building around Scoil Oilibhéir as the students and their teachers continue rehearsing for the highly anticipated Spring Concerts. Junior Infants, First Class, the School Choir and the School Band will be performing on Tuesday March 10th at 10am in Halla Oilibhéir. Senior Infants, Second Class, the School Choir and the School Band will […]
This term, Senior Infants are focusing on improving their soccer skills and they were joined on the yard yesterday by Mr Brosnan’s Rang 6. The buachaillí and cailíní really enjoyed their kick around in the sunny spring weather and were delighted to have help from the very talented soccer players in Rang 6. Maith […]
Children in Mrs.Quinlan’s 4th class worked in groups today to plan, design and build bridges from a range of different materials. The bridge had to: Be at least 40-50cm long. The bridge had to support the weight of different toy vehicles for at least 20 seconds. The bridge must be smooth enough for the wheels […]
The library committee are bringing some January Joy to Tír na Sí, (library in Scoil Oilibhéir). The library is starting to reap the rewards of a very successful Book Fair. The school received €3991 in rewards from Scholastic Book Company. The first delivery of new books arrived in our library today. We are in the process of […]
Dear Parents, A personal safety education programme called Stay Safe will be taught in Senior Infants, 2nd, 4th and 6th classes over the next few weeks. The aim of the Stay Safe programme is to teach children personal safety skills so they can look after themselves in situations which could be upsetting or dangerous. The […]
Senior Infants from Room 1 and 2 were given the very important job of launching our lovely Christmas Tree near the playground. Our wonderful caretaker Mr Forde has been working very hard to look after our Christmas Tree and decorate it with lovely lights so the boys and girls were delighted to give him a […]
A reminder to our parents of our School Self Evaluation targets for the 2019-20 school year in Literacy, Numeracy agus Gaeilge. This chart is displayed on every corridor to remind us of our objectives. Our teachers and pupils are working hard to achieve our goals.
St Vincent de Paul came to fill their van last Thursday. We were delighted with the support from the school community for this event. The children on the Health Promoting Committee and Mr Brosnan’s class worked together to fill the truck and organise the collection every morning. Maith sibh!!
The boys and girls in the Banna Cheoil adventured down to Blackpool Shopping Centre to entertain shoppers with some Christmas songs. We had a great day out and would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who came and supported us!