We would like to wish a huge congratulations to the boys on the Scoil Oilibhéir hurling team, who took to the field yesterday in Páirc Uí Rinn for the Sciath an Scol Hurling final. They demonstrated amazing team work and they gave it their best until the very end. Although the result might not have […]
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Congratulations to Cor Scoil Oilibheir on their recent success in the Primary Schools Competition of Cork Choral Festival. This was the choir’s first time participating and they were delighted to receive First Prize with a mark of 88.75. They beat off stiff competition from schools from Lismore, Bishopstown and Carrigaline, all seasoned performers in this […]
Blackpool Goes Strictly is taking place on the 26th and 27th of April at Rochestown Park Hotel. Some of the proceeds raised will go towards the ASD unit in Scoil Oilibhéir. Two of our very own amazing teachers are taking part in the event. Ms. Katie Collins of 2nd Class will perform a Hip Hop […]
Supporting Daffodil Day has always been a tradition in Scoil Oilibhéir and this year was no exception. Daffodil Day was held on the 22nd of March 2019. Daffodils, badges etc from the Irish Cancer Society were available to purchase in the staff room, along with some tasty scones. All proceeds raised went to the ‘Daffodil Day’ collection. Well done to […]
Thursday February 28th saw our 3rd class hurling team take part in the Sciath na Scol Indoor Series in Little Island Community Association Complex. The boys from Ms Dalys’, Ms Stokes’ and Mrs Murphys’ classes were very excited to be wearing the Scoil Oilibhéir jersey and did so with great pride. They demonstrated fantastic skill […]
Four of Ms. Fitzgerald’s Junior Infants, Conor, Ethan, Ava and Irena visited Mr. O’ Brien’s office with the bridges they designed and built with their parents. Mr O’ Brien was delighted with the amazing work of these pupils and parents!