Our student council decided that it would be a nice gesture to collect toys, DVD’s, playing cards, books and games for the new children’s unit in Cork University Hospital. Rang a Sé brought in items from home which will be delivered to the CUH next week. Ms. Hallissey, our Head Boy and Head Girl have been liaising with Miriam Forde, Fundraising Manager for CUH Charity.Miriam is delighted and very appreciative of the donations and said she would be thrilled to accept these offerings next week.
Pictured below are girls and boys from Rang 3,4 & 5 who took part in the South Coast Table Tennis League in Sáile recently. Congrats to all who competed so well and to the Rang 4 boys who finished top of their group. A great day was had by all!!
The children enjoyed dressing up as their favourite book character to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday7th...read more
Comhghairdeas to all our pupils involved in the County Semi Final of the Scor competition in Ovens on Sunday March 3rd. Special Comhghairdeas to our Ballad group and Set dancers who have quailfied for the Scor County Final, representing Kinsale GAA, at 2pm, on Saturday March 9th, in Ovens GAA pavillion. Is Iontach...read more
On stage at the South East Finals were SN Chóbh’s Bailéd Grúpa , Solo singer Shay Ahern and the Rince Seit who all finished in 1st place in the Final- we wish them well as they go on to the next stage and compete in the County Scór na bpáistí. Go n-éirí...read more
The Rince Fóirne dancers who finished in 2nd place at the Scór na bpáistí Final held In Riverstick. Comhgairdeas also to Kiely Lehane who finished in 3rd place in the Ceol aonair comórtas. Well done to all...read more
Fundraiser for Summercove N.S. and St. Multose N.S. A joint P.A. fundraiser on Saturday, 2nd March 9.00pm to 12.30am. Tickets on sale, €20 each, in the office of both schools or from members of the P.A. Arrival drink sponsored by Blacks Brewery. Come and dance the night away with us and help to support our schools at the same time. Spread the...read more
We are delighted that our Lego Robotics lessons are underway again this year. Rang a Ceathair, under the guidance of Mick Phelan, enjoyed building their robots and are now working on programming them. A great learning experience for the...read more
SN Chóbh Chionn tSáile took to the stage in Kinsale Hotel and Spa to host their Whole School Musicals Prickly Hay(Naíonáin Bheaga-R2) and Cinderella here we go again(R3-R6) from Mon 3rd-5th Dec. Preparations began for these very successful productions in September ,involving all 218 children in the school. Full credit must be given to the children for their impressive performances each night to packed audiences. Thanks to the staff of the school who gave it their full commitment and ensured these musicals were such a great a success. Thanks to The Kinsale Hotel and Spa ,The BOM, The Parents Association .Our thanks also to the parents past and present,past pupils and many friends of SN Chóbh Chionn tSáile who came on board in so many ways in areas such as lighting, costumes,make-up, front of house,DVD recording,special effects and supervision of pupils. Many songs were performed by all the various classes from Working in a Stable, Christmas is for you to Dancing Queen and Mamma Mia with some main characters performing solos and group numbers backed by the ABBA group. The musical backing was provided using a variety of live music and music technology carefully selected and adapted to meet the needs and voices of the children. Special thanks to our Producer Sinéad O’Flynn and Musical Director Rose O Regan and the staff of the school for their contribution in areas such as choreography,choral work,script direction,organisation of rehearsals/performances ,art work, set design, make- up, ticket printing/sales,programme, supervision of children and transport of equipment to and from the hotel. Together through teamwork and whole school involvement we created something extraordinary that will remain with us all for a long time to come. In keeping with our school motto “Déanann Dícheall Gaisce” Míle , míle buíochas to one and all, SN Chóbh...read more