The boys and girls from Room 1 went on a short adventure today to visit Ms McCarthy’s Rang 6. We danced to some GoNoodle songs and read our Senior Infants book Oh No Zeb. We had lots of fun and enjoyed visiting our friends in Rang 6 for Friendship Week. Check out our photos and […]
Children in 6th class have completed their fundraising campaign and proudly presented a cheque to the Make-A-Wish Foundation today. They raised an impressive total of €1, 685. They deserve a huge amount of credit for all the hard work and dedication they put into their products. Each class decided on a product that could could design, […]
Our 6th class pupil Leon Crowley is really excelling in the game of snooker in recent years. Leon has numerous Cork, Munster and National titles at U-12, U-14 and U-16 level. He was recently crowned the All-Ireland champion at U-16 level which is a remarkable achievement for a boy still only 12. Leon is currently the […]
6th class have just completed a 5 week Junior Achiever Programme where they learned about Health and Well-Being, Chromatography, Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy, Safety in the home and Reflection and Refraction of Light. They all received a certificate of participation at the end. Well done Rang 6!
Last Friday was a very special day in the life of Scoil Oilibhéir as we launched our new “Blossom” logo, created by two of our 6th class pupils, Kate Morgan and Carmela Alim. At the beginning of each term Mr. O’Brien and Mrs. Horgan, meet with each of the class levels in the school to go […]
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 […]
After a busy week, Senior Infants from Room 1 went on an adventure to visit their buddies in Ms McCarthy’s 6th class where they did some dancing, played some card games and chatted with their friends. Thank you to Ms McCarthy and her class for being so friendly and welcoming!
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 […]
The entire community of Scoil Oilibhéir congregated in St. Oliver’s Church this morning for our annual school mass. This mass has become a valued tradition in our school as we gather together to wish our Confirmandi the best for their Confirmation Day. Today’s mass was celebrated by Fr. John who, along with Fr. Damian, always […]
The children of 6th class have been thinking of those who are less fortunate than themselves. They have been busy for the past few weeks making blankets for the Blankets of Hope project run by the Cork Cancer Care Centre. These blankets will be given to children who are undergoing treatment for cancer and they […]