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!!
Well done to both the U-11 team of Sean Loughnane, Rory O’ Brien, Brian Plunkett and Ellie Coughlan and the U-13 team of Seán Hynes, Jonathan Walsh, Gemma Sadler and Jenny Foley who took part in the Credit Union Quiz on Friday 26th of January in Riverstick Hall. Huge congratulations to the U-13 team who were overall winners of their category and will go through to the next round in a few...read more
Rang a Sé had an early start on Saturday January 20th, as they set off for Mary Immaculate College, Limerick at 6.15am. It was an absolutely wonderful day from start to finish. The children presented their project entitled “Are We Truly Listening When We Are Engaging With Smartphones and Tablets?”, with confidence, clarity, enthusiasm and charm and received terrific feedback from their judge. They also participated in workshops entitled “Spectacular Chemistry”, “Gross Slime” and “Spectacular Science of Water”. We stopped in Supermacs Mallow...read more
We all enjoyed a visit from the very successful Kinsale Ladies Football team today. Congratulations girls on your great year and we wish you all much success going...read more
On Tuesday 21st November, 28 pupils from Rang a Cúig and Rang a Sé proudly represented S.N. Chóbh Chionn tSáile in a Table Tennis competition held in Sáile. The school achieved great success on the day with many medal winners. The boys teams, Seán Loughnane, Rory Griffin, Rory O’ Brien, Shay Ahern and Tom McCarthy from Rang a Cúig and Luke Etty, Shane O’ Donovan, Jonathan Walsh and Charlie O’ Sullivan from Rang a Sé both came first in their respective divisions. The mixed team from Rang a Cúig of Mikie Morgan, Dionne Collins...read more
Our newly elected Parents’ Association are as follows: Rachel Keating – Chairperson Celestine McCoy – Secretary Bryan McCormack – Treasurer Brian Donohoe Isabel Stringer Aine Kelly Courtney Collins Tony Condonread more
Bhain Rang a Ceathair sár-thaitneamh as Scary Bingo An Déardaoin seo caite. Ar an Aoine, tháinig siad isteach ar scoil gléasta suas agus ag ceiliúradh Oíche Shamhna.read more
We grew our pumpkins from seed and nurtured them to maturity. Today, we raffled the pumpkins- Comhgairdeas to the...read more
We are delighted with our pumpkins, which we have grown from seeds. As you can see, they have grown so big and we are very happy to have them for...read more
Thank you all so very much for contributing towards the non-uniform day fundraiser for the Mercy Hospital Foundation. A grand sum of €404.70 was raised and this will go towards purchasing vital profiling beds for critically ill patients at the hospital. Everyone at S.N. Chóbh are Mercy Hospital Heroes. Well done...read more
Tree Day – October 5th 2017. As part of Tree Day, Rang a Ceathair filled in a leaf worksheet to recognise different trees. They then went to the Scilly walk and gathered leaves and matched these to the correct trees on their worksheets. As part of a Geogrpahy and Science lesson based on trees, they learned various facts such as the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees, Irish names for different trees, about different seeds such as apple seeds and acorns and that climbers such as honeysuckle and ivy will climb to the top of a tree...read more