On 12th December, the Green School Committee carried out a ‘Walkability Audit’ with Lisa O’ Grady the Travel Officer from An Taisce. We took the following photos to capture their hard work!!
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Today we invited Fr. John, Ms. Barry Murphy, Ms. Collins and Mr. Forde to our sensory room for its official opening. We wanted to express our sincere thanks to them for all the work they did to make this room possible. Fr. John organised Strictly Come Dancing Blackpool last Easter. As well as this, he […]
The children in 2nd class have been very busy preparing for their performance of The Christmas Nativity, which takes place tonight, at the Scoil Oilibhéir Carol Service. Here is a sneak peek at some of our characters below!!! Make sure to come along! It’s going to be an amazing night!!!
The Friends of Scoil Oilbhéir were busy decorating The Halla this morning to spread some Christmas cheer around the school. Mr. Forde was given the honour of placing the star on top of the tree and was watched by a captivated audience. The countdown to Christmas has officially begun!! Make sure you check out our […]
There were a lot of sweet treats this morning in Scoil Oilibhéir when Mrs.Quinlan’s 4th class held a cake sale in aid of ‘Cork Homeless Help and Support’ charity. It was the idea of a pupil in 4th class, Aoibhe and she wrote to Mr.O’Brien to ask could we raise money for the charity. Pupils […]
Is there anything more exciting than the arrival of a new picture book? The children of 1st Class – Mrs Gleeson & Ms Daly were thrilled to unpack The Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds & Illustrated by Peter Brown. The children had really enjoyed the delicious frights they got when reading The Creepy Underwear that both teachers and children […]
The Scoil Oilibhéir Open Night takes place tomorrow night, on Thursday the 28th from 7pm to 8pm. Don’t forget to come along to see what our wonderful school has to offer! Meet our staff and have a look at our outstanding facilities!! Our many After School Activities including Karate, Speech and Drama, Coding and Animation, […]
We are very excited to be opening our Sensory Room in Scoil Oilibhéir very soon. We have been able to do this for our pupils due to the generosity of Fr. John O’Donovan and the parish of The Blackpool, The Glen & Ballyvolane. You might remember Blackpool Does Strictly last March? Fr. John, on behalf […]
There was great fun to be had on the lead up to Halloween. Mrs Hunt’s second class were busy learning all about Halloween traditions , both past and present and even got to play some Halloween games. Mr Ryng’s class joined in on the action much to everyone’s delight!
Mrs Hunts class have been learning about healthy eating and the food pyramid. Great work was done constructing a food pyramid on the floor and deciding what food went into each section. Great teamwork!!!