Dear Parents, As per Parents memo 25_15/16 issued last June and following consultation with the Friends of Scoil Oilibhéir we have decided to introduce a warm weather uniform for the months of May and June each year. During warm spells of weather parents have the option of sending your child to school in the summer […]
Friday 28th April 2017 will live long in the memory as being a very special day here in Scoil Oilibhéir. Friends old and new joined us for the official opening of our new classrooms. All the pupils congregated in St Oliver’s Church to await our invited guests and members of the local community. Fr John […]
Our children returned to school after the holidays with a hop and a skip! All the children, from first class to sixth, participated in skipping workshops over the past few days. The workshops included individual skipping skills, partner skipping skills, double dutch skipping and long rope games and the children thoroughly enjoyed learning and practising […]
On Friday next, April 28th, we will have the official opening of our new building which comprises six ‘state of the art’ classrooms with modern equipment and facilities. We will be joined by some old friends, and new, and we will celebrate in true Scoil Oilibhéir style with music and song. This is a very […]
What excitement we had in Scoil Oilibhéir this morning. The day began with two concerts which the children thoroughly enjoyed. However the real excitement began when Mrs Harnedy brought in the big box of tickets and the draw for the prizes began. We had fifteen winners and the children cheered as they heard the names […]
There was a great buzz around the school today as the children of Ranganna 3 and Junior Infants looked forward to performing for their families and friends. The school band and the school choir also took to the stage and the audience really enjoyed each performance. The concert really got us into the holiday spirit!
Mrs Quinlan’s Sixth Class went on a Walking Tour of Cork yesterday. Read on to learn more about their trip. Our Tour guide Noreen Murphy Sheehan showed us and told us about all our local History of Cork back in the 17th and 18th Century- ‘The Golden Period’ in Cork’s History when wealth was increasing […]
The children from An Droichead joined in with the children of Ms Bowe’s second class today and listened to retired Garda Bowe speaking about his life as a Garda. He explained all about his uniform , the type of work he did when he was a Garda and even had a pair of handcuffs for […]
Third Class class joined Joe Wicks, ‘The Body Coach’, for his live ‘Schools Workout’ on YouTube with hundreds of other schools from all over the world. We worked up quite a sweat and had great fun getting active and fit in the classroom.
Our Easter Concert, featuring Junior Infants, Third Classes, School Band and School Choir, will take place on Thursday next April 6th. The children are practising daily and look forward to entertaining you all. Tickets are available in the school office. Adults 5 euro ; Children 3 euro.