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Munster Table Tennis League

Posted by on Dec 21, 2015 in News, Sport

Comhgairdeas to the winning teams at the recent Munster Schools table tennis league held at Sáile. Our S.N. Chóbh senior team were overall winners on the day beating their closest rivals and friends of Scoil Eoin Ballincollig in a very competitive event. Dhein sibh...

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St. Vincent De Paul Presentation

Posted by on Dec 21, 2015 in Uncategorized

Pupils of S.N.Chóbh present a food hamper and €360 of food vouchers to Fionnula Mc Carthy of Kinsale Vincent De Paul. Maith sibh  a pháistí for actively giving and sharing with others, especially at...

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Story Writing Competition

Posted by on Dec 21, 2015 in Awards, News

Well done to all the pupils in SN Chóbh who participated the the Hamish Hawkins story writing competition. Comhgairdeas to our winners Róisín Long, Darragh Walsh, Grace Plunkett and overall winner Jonathon Walsh. Adrian of Hamish Hawkins presents a trophy to acknowledge the excellent standard of writing to the winners. Iontach...

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Flags to Schools Initiative – 1916 Rising

Posted by on Dec 2, 2015 in News

On 1st December we were proud to welcome representatives from the Naval and Army Services to our school as part of the ‘Flags to Schools Initiative’, to present us with the Irish Tricolour and the 1916 Proclamation which will be raised on March 15th 2016. Our Head Boy and Head Girl welcomed the visitors  which included Petty Officer Kara Maloney and S/Lt. Daniel Cagney to the school. Petty Officer Maloney and Lily Fitzgerald, a pupil of our school, both read the Irish Proclamation. We sang An Maidrín Rua and our national anthem ‘Amhrán na bhFiann’ and at the end of the ceremony the Head Boy and Head Girl were presented with the Tricolour and the Principal was presented with a copy of The Proclamation in both Irish and English to mark the 100 year anniversary of the 1916 Rising. We had a lovely morning and we were very proud of our students who took part in a ‘question and answer’ session about 1916. We look forward to 2016 and the raising of the Irish Tricolour in memory of 1916. Our Chairperson, Virgil Horgan and Chairperson of the Parents’ Association, Maria O’Brien were also present along with many parents and friends of the school.    ...

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