Author Archive | Aine O'Mahony


Junior Achiever Programme

6th class have just completed a 5 week Junior Achiever Programme where they learned about Health and Well-Being, Chromatography, Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy, Safety in the home and Reflection and Refraction of Light. They all received a certificate of participation at the end. Well done Rang 6!  

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If you go down to the woods today…

Today Senior Infants from Room 1, Room 2, Room 3 and Room 17 went out to the playground for a Teddy Bear’s Picnic. The boys and girls brought in their favourite Teddy and a yummy treat. We played together, sang some songs and our teddies had lots of fun with us. Check out the photos […]

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First Holy Communion 2019

All of us here at Scoil Oilibhéir are sending our best wishes to the boys and girls in Rang 2 as they are making their First Holy Communion tomorrow. Rang 2 have been well prepared by their teachers Ms Collins and Ms O’Brien and are very excited to share their special day with their family […]

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Fun with Magnets

Today, Senior Infants in Room 1 did some investigating using magnets. First, we made some guesses about what objects and materials are magnetic. Then, everyone worked together in groups testing the magnets with the different objects materials. We discovered that magnets stick to metal. The magnets did not stick to wood or plastic. It was […]

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Cork Primary Schools Athletics Blitz

On Thursday 11th April, Rang 3 (Seomra 27) took part in the Cork Primary Schools Athletics blitz in Neptune Stadium in conjunction with Cork Sports Partnership, Healthy Ireland & Cork City Council. Rang 3 had received coaching for 4 weeks previous to the blitz in athletics. This programme introduces young children to athletics in a […]

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Catch us if you can!

Catch us if you can!

On another Athletic front, Mrs Murphy and her class will be attending an Athletics blitz run by Cork City Sports Partnership tomorrow 11th April in Neptune. The Athletics programme introduces young children to athletics in a fun, engaging and non-competitive environment. It focuses on the use of games to develop fitness whilst enhancing agility, co-ordination […]

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Putting Our Best Foot Forward

Scoil Oilibhéir are looking forward to this year’s Primary School Sports event on Thursday 30th May in the C.I.T. The boys and girls representatives for this year will include : Amy Harrington, Nica Gverdcitely, Weronicka Derdowska, Ciara Murphy, Caoimhe O Brien, Amy Lane, Livia Kinch, Rachel Cuthbert, Zeinab Maratien, Sophie Delaney, Isabella Brosnan, Ava O […]

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