4th and 5th class boys represented our school at the annual ‘Paul O’Connor Memorial Tournament’ in the North Monastery secondary school on Friday. The boys really enjoyed their day and the levels of skill, determination and hard-work on show from the boys was a credit to them all. Maith sibh buachaillí!
In partnership with Sherpa Kids, Scoil Oilibhéir is pleased to announce the opening of a brand new on-site childcare facility commencing September 2022. The aim of this facility is to tailor a service that meets the needs, requirements, and values of our parents/guardians and Scoil Oilibhéir. Research into this venture commenced last October when a […]
The children in Scoil Oilibheir had a wonderful Valentine’s Day yesterday. The sun shone and everyone was in a great mood. The lovely positive atmosphere could be felt all around the school. The morning started with the infants walking around the school grounds spreading their love and good wishes with their friends. The children from […]
5th class have been learning all about the circle.
The children in Seomra 16 went on a local history walking tour today. Led by their guide Noreen, they learned about St.Finbarr, the Vikings, Siege of Cork and the modern development of the city. They visited the city centre, Elizabeth Fort and UCC. They had a fabulous day.
Second, fourth and fifth class enjoyed their school Sports Day today. There were many different stations including skipping, kick rounders, orienteering and an obstacle course. Ms. Daly, who is a yoga teacher, was kind enough to run a yoga station for the children also, which went down a treat. Thanks to all involved, lots of […]
The Easter Bunny has been spotted in Rang 2 and Rang5, Rang 6, just in time for the Easter holidays. He was looking rather funky in Rang 6, if i do say so myself!!!
The girls and boys of Rang 5 have been very busy learning at home and have been putting in a huge effort. Last week, they did fantastic work in an Art Construction Challenge. They were asked to use any materials they had at home and to construct something. As you can see from the pictures, […]
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 […]