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!!
SN Chóbh Tidy Towns Committee doing their bit for Tidy Towns. Well done...read more
We would like to say a huge Míle Buíochas to LIDL Kinsale for their kind healthy food sponsorship for our annual walk to school. Each class has received bottled water, bananas, oranges and apples. As always, it is much appreciated. Go raibh maith agaibh!read more
Kathy Etty and The Set Dancers of Rang a Sé presented Eileen, Nicola and Ms O Regan with cards and gifts to acknowledge their superb work, commitment and encouragement over the years and this year in particular. Míle...read more
SN Chóbh were delighted to be invited to sing in the Friary Church on Sat 28th April for the Carmelite Lourdes Fundraising concert. Well done to Nora,Kiely,Amelia,Éabha,Ellie-Anne,Finn,Kali and Maeve. They did us proud singing a medley of songs entitled ‘Under the Moon and Stars’ accompanied on piano by Róisín Ní Riagáin. Kiely also performed a duet of ‘The Prayer’with her Dad Seán. Shay Ahern R5 did a solo of ‘The Blackbird’ accompanying himself on guitar. Maith...read more
We wish our Munster Champions the very best of luck tomorrow, in Dublin, in the All Ireland Table Tennis Event.read more
We would like to wish the pupils making their First Holy Communion on Saturday, a very special and Holy day. Bainigí taitneamh as an lá!read more
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At the end of February we marked Engineers Week. The aim of Engineers Week is to celebrate engineering across Ireland and to inspire young people to get involved in the engineering profession. Many of the pupils learned about the various types of engineers and some got the opportunity to work as engineers themselves through a variety of activities from designing and constructing stable structures to the making and launching of foam rockets! Engineers Week connects wonderfully with all of the STEM work being carried out in S.N. Chóbh as we aim...read more
The children go all out for World Book Day and dress up in style as their favourite book characters. Due to the inclement weather this event was rescheduled to Friday March 9th much to the delight of the children. Buddy reading, shared reading, literacy power hours, book reviews and literacy lift off were among the events on the calendar during the literacy drive in SN Chóbh for World Book Day and the recent and ongoing literacy interventions going on in the school. The children enjoyed reading to and with their classmates, sharing stories...read more
Ní neart go cur le chéile’ anseo i S.N.Chóbh Chionn tSáile i mbliana agus imeachtaí Seachtain na Gaeilge faoi lánseol.Tá atmaisféar deas Gaelach le sonrú timpeall na scoile de bharr go bhfuil an-chuid imeachtaí éagsúla ar siúl sna ranganna uile.Bhraithfeá an sár-iarracht atá á dheánamh ag na daltaí chun duais ‘cainteoir na seachtaine’ a thabhairt abhaile leo.Tá na páistí ag baint taithneamh as drámaíocht, amhránaíocht agus damhsa gaelach faoi láthair. Táimid ag cleachtadh don ceilí mór sa chlós don tSeachtain seo chugainn….gan tuilleadh...read more