Last night, the Banna Ceoil na Scoile did themselves and the whole school proud as they performed at the Cór Fhéile na Scol in City Hall. The boys and girls from 3rd to 6th class had spent many weeks practicing and preparing for their performance and played to an exceptionally high standard. They played A […]
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It’s that time of the year again when the students are busy creating beautiful artwork for Art Oilibhéir. Art Oilibhéir will take place on Thursday 11th April 2019 in Halla Oilibhéir from 9am to 3pm. Each art piece will be for sale for €3. We hope you see you there!
World Book Day took place on Thursday 7th March and the boys and girls in Scoil Oilibhéir were very lucky to take home some World Book Day tokens. These tokens are worth €1.50 towards a new book or can be exchanged for a special free World Book Day book (a list of these can […]
Take a listen to Senior Infants in Room 1 singing You’ve got a friend in me from Disney’s Toy Story. The boys and girls worked really hard to learn all the words, maith sibh a pháistí!
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Last week, Senior Infants went on a spring walk around the school. We spent some time discussing the different ways we can tell spring has arrived and decided to venture outside to search for spring. On our walk we saw some daffodils in bloom, some new buds and blossoms on the trees and plants […]
Earlier this month, ‘Pepper’ ,a Syrian hamster, paid a visit to Ms. Lane’s 4th class . There was great excitement amongst the pupils as they learned all about the hamster’s life span, diet and habitat. The hamster was made so welcome and comfortable that he even had a little snooze during his visit. We also welcomed […]
Mrs Traynor’s 6th class were the lucky recipients of a set of new novels very generously donated by St. Aidan’s Community School. The highly acclaimed books, The Breadwinner, were presented to the children by First Year children and past pupils of Scoil Oilibhéir. All pupils in 6th class are very grateful and we look forward to reading the book and sharing our reviews […]
On Tuesday February 5th some boys and girls in Scoil Oilibhéir celebrated Chinese New Year 2019- the year of the pig. In Room 4, Mrs Wong visited to tell the 1st class children all about the Chinese New year. The children were given red envelopes with coins in them and also taught how to use […]
Believe it or not, spring is finally here! Ms Stoke’s 3rd class celebrated St Brigid’s day on February 1st by learning about St Brigid and making St Brigid’s crosses.