Tree Planting

The Tidy Towns Committee came to the school to plant a tree in the school grounds. This tree was sponsored by the ESB and donated to the school. This tree will be a focal point in remembrance of the 1916 rising in the years ahead.

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Proclamation Day 15th March

Invitations were sent out to the local community and there was a fantastic response to the call!! The pupils researched the historical background to 1916 including what life was like in Ireland at that time. The reason behind the rising and the locations of the rising around Ireland. The stats of the injured, the deaths and the […]

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RSA Visit

An officer from R.S.A informed the children about safety on the road and on the bus. The main points she stressed were to wear safety belts in cars and on buses. She also told them to behave themselves in their own cars and on buses and not to be distracting the driver. She encouraged the […]

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Visit to UL Cork Pop

The pupils practised the spiritual songs and listened to the classical pieces of music in the weeks before the concert. The pupils enjoyed the concert enormously and sang along with Michael Jackson’s song –Blame it on the Boogie. They accompanied Keith Hanley(Voice of Ireland winner) with great gusto during his performance.

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