What a special occasion we had on Monday as the Lunchtime Football Leagues came to an exciting conclusion. The Girls League was won by Dublin, while Galway triumphed in the Boys League. The standard of football throughout was excellent with some fine displays of skill and Scoil Oilibhéir determination. We sincerely hope that some of […]
The Lord Mayor, Cllr. Mick Finn, visited our school this morning. The boys and girls gave him a big welcome and performed Amhrán Scoil Oilibhéir with pride! They were so welcoming and well behaved, the Lord Mayor gave them homework off. Well done to all involved!
The children from 2nd class did some typing on the iPads today. They learned how to use various apps and icons which will be of help to them throughout the school year. The boys and girls did very well and thoroughly enjoyed their IT lesson!
The boys and girls from Senior Infants harvested apples from the trees outside Mr O Brien’s office. They collected two full boxes of apples this year!
The Tour de France paled in comparison to the marvellous day of cycling that we had in Scoil Oilibhéir today. The day began early as the children, accompanied by parents and teachers, gathered at the Glen in readiness for the cycle to school. All decked out in high vis and helmets the cyclists made their […]
The children of first class had a wonderful day today. The sun shone on them as they made their way to the community playground for a morning of fun activities. They would like to thank those parents who volunteered to accompany them to the park.
The West End came to the North End of Cork when the pupils of 4th class put on a performance in front of a VIP guest audience including Mr. O’Brien and Mrs. Horgan. Pupils wanted to highlight the work that Cill Bara does in helping children to reach their potential and the play, which took […]
This morning we welcomed a very special visitor to the school. Our past pupil Emma Murphy (Rang 6 2014), who is a member of the All- Ireland winning Cork minor camogie team, came to visit bringing with her the Sighle Nic an Ultaigh Cup. This was a historic win for Cork as it was our […]
The pupils of Scoil Oilibhéir skipped to school today with even more than their usual enthusiasm……. a day of fun and games lay instore. The younger pupils made their way to the playground in Kempton Park while the senior pupils headed off to The Glen. The little ones also had a bouncy castle….what more could […]
Here in Scoil Oilibhéir we have always had a very special relationship with parents, and indeed grandparents,who are after all the primary educators of their children. This special partnership has blossomed over the years and parents have given continued support to every new initiative and project that the school has undertaken in order to […]