Rang 5 have been completing some lovely work in Art recently. Using the work of Cork artist Jason O German as their inspiration, the children constructed their very own mini versions of Cork City. They then added in some festive characters – can you spot them????
Children from 4th to 6th class took part in a community walk around the local area. The sun shone and the positive mood and atmosphere was felt by all children and teachers who took part. Our aim was to bring some cheer to the local residents and the community by showing a happy and healthy […]
We have wonderful knitters in Ms. Maddens 5th class. Last year in 4th class, they knitted squares which Mrs. Quinlan crocheted together to make blankets for the wonderful charity “Cork Cancer Care/ The Blankets of Hope Cork”. Handmade blankets are distributed to cancer patients to keep them warm and cosy while receiving treatment. We’re sure […]
As a result of current school closures, book rental fees will be collected in September. Booklists for 2020/ 2021 are available here. Information about the School Uniform is available here.
A mock General Election was held in 5th and 6th class today. Each student was given a ballet card to cast a vote. Quotas were worked out and several counts and tallies were taken in what lead to be a great insight into the voting process for the future generation of voters .
The children in 1st class – Ms Daly & Mrs Gleeson – have been busy exploring the best conditions to grow cress seeds in. The young scientists discovered that cress seeds love to grow in damp, warm conditions and absolutely love a bed of cotton pads.
Below is a link to the official footage of Mr Brosnan and his class visiting the nursing homes with our initiative co-ordinator Mrs Kelly, our guitarist Mr O’Driscoll and Mrs Sheehan. Well done to all of the children and families involved- your kindness was greatly appreciated by the residents and care workers as you can […]
The boys and girls from Mr Brosnan’s 5th class visited nursing homes last Wednesday as part of Mrs Kelly’s annual Christmas Cart Initiative with Red FM. The Red Patrollers came to say hello to Mr Brosnan’s and Mrs Kelly’s classes before escorting the children to the Red FM bus. Rang 5 were waved off by […]
Well, the day has only begun and already our school hall is a hive of activity as parents come to view our wonderful artwork. The exhibition of our children’s work is open all day so come along and enjoy the display. Our sincere thanks to the Friends of Scoil Oilibhéir who are on hand, as […]