School Activities for Term 1 Sept 2019 – Dec 2019
This week Niamh from the “Heritage in the School” organisation visited the school and she talked with the children about wildlife in local habitats and appreciating Irish biodiversity through fun and informative activities.
Irish Dancing: Every Thursday, All the children are learning Irish dancing with Fionnan.
Playball: Our Juniors and Seniors are enjoying playball after school on Monday’s.
Every second Tuesday we get a visit from the Mobile Library, next date due is the 22nd October.
The mobile libraries carry a wide range of adult and children’s books, along with audio books, Internet access and a free request service for books not in stock. The mobile library service has been an integral part of Cork County Council’s response to the reading and information needs of the public since the early 1960s.
Despite an expanded branch network, the mobile library service still plays a key role in delivering a library service to rural communities.
On a term basis, the children participate in the following:
GAA – The children participate in Football and Hurling in the SCIATH NA SCOL each year
and Valley Rovers the local GAA Club also organise to have children from Transition Year
in the local secondary school to give weekly training at the school.
Speech and Drama
And sometimes all that’s needed is snow!!
Here are the children seen at a Rugby Blitz in Bandon, they played their hearts out!!!
School Christmas Mass will be held in the hall at 11am on Thursday the 12th.
Saturday 16th November 10.30a.m to 12pm.
Evelyn Grant has created a new live multi media concert for primary and post primary schools with the Cork Pops Orchestra ‘A World of Rhythm’, in City Hall Cork November 6th at University Concert Hall. She is joining forces with award winning producer, composer, DJ and instrumentalist DJ Dashka and singer Phoebe Dipple and Chris …
Our annual table quiz will take place on Friday 15th November in the Crossbarry Inn at 9pm. This is one of our biggest fundraising nights of the year and a great community event so we would love to see as many people as possible come along on the night. Round up your relatives, friends and …
It started off as a dreary morning but the enthusiastic people in our community arrived at the school at 2 pm and set off despite a little drizzle! However, it dried up during the walk and it was enjoyed by everyone. Any little stragglers were picked up by car so everything was under control! Thanks …
The children are well settled back into school after Christmas and have lots of activities to keep them healthy and fit. They are doing Irish Dancing, starting this Tuesday and tomorrow its Gymnastics. On Thursday they have Football and Hurling and finally on Friday, there’s Rugby. It’s a great opportunity for the children to …
What a lovely morning at the annual school Christmas mass last week. There was a huge welcome for Fr. Finbarr who calls to the school on a weekly basis and the children love to chat with him. As Fr. Finbarr said this mass is the start of Christmas for everyone. All of the children in …
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The young ladies from 2nd to 6th Class headed off to the Presentation Convent Bandon today to take part in a Rugby Blitz. And who did they bump into but Sarah, Kate and Cathy, past pupils who are now in Transition Year in the convent! See them all in the picture below:) The girls gave …