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Parents and guardians are reminded to ensure that all students come to school with a washbag. Washbags must include soap/ hand santizer toilet roll small towel/cloth to dry hands. Over the next few weeks, children must bring their washbags home with them everyday. Towels or cloths must be washed regularly and washbags must be stocked […]

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Spring Concerts 2020 in Scoil Oilibhéir

We want to let you know about a very exciting programme of Spring concerts in which every pupil in our school will perform. These are fundraising concerts and funds will go towards iPad purchase & our school playground. We have decided on 3 Spring concerts as follows: Concert  Who is performing? When & Where? Spring […]

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Rang 4 Busy Building Bridges in STEM Activity

Children in Mrs.Quinlan’s 4th class worked in groups today to plan, design and build bridges from a range of different materials. The bridge had to: Be at least 40-50cm long. The bridge had to support the weight of different toy vehicles for at least 20 seconds. The bridge must be smooth enough for the wheels […]

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January Joy in Tír na Sí

The library committee are bringing some January Joy to Tír na Sí, (library in Scoil Oilibhéir). The library is starting to reap the rewards of a very successful Book Fair.   The school received €3991 in rewards from Scholastic Book Company. The first delivery of new books arrived in our library today. We are in the process of […]

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Stay Safe Programme

Dear Parents,  A personal safety education programme called Stay Safe will be taught in Senior Infants, 2nd, 4th and 6th classes over the next few weeks. The aim of the Stay Safe programme is to teach children personal safety skills so they can look after themselves in situations which could be upsetting or dangerous. The […]

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School Self Evaluation Targets

A reminder to our parents of our School Self Evaluation targets for the 2019-20 school year in Literacy, Numeracy agus Gaeilge. This chart is displayed on every corridor to remind us of our objectives. Our teachers and pupils are working hard to achieve our goals.  

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