Christmas Newsletter!-Fresh off the press, you can now view our school newsletter here: It has been an exceptionally busy term and we are delighted to share all of the amazing teaching and learning that has happened in our school so far this year! On behalf of us all at Bunscoil Rinn an Chabhlaigh, we would like… Continue Reading
November Assembly and Cobh Christmas Lights Announcement-We gathered as a school community today for our November Assembly. We had a special visit from Joanna Murphy to tell us about the Cobh Christmas Lights Competition. Additional information can be found courtesy of Ms Thompson at the following link below: https://app.seesaw.me/#/activities/library?community&promptId=prompt.a5772476-c808-460e-9c7d-59d587a89292 Pictured below are our award winners. You should all be very proud… Continue Reading
🎃 OÍCHE SHAMHNA! 🎃-Rang a Sé were learning about all things Hallowe'en this week and completed lots of fun activities about the topic! 💀 They created a selection of Halloween candle holders made from clay during our art lessons and will use them as decorations at home to celebrate the festivities! 🕯️ They also completed a flying ghost… Continue Reading
November Remembrance Tree in 6th Class-Mr. Stephenson's Class have been learning all about remembrance this past week for our Religion theme, 'In November, We Remember'. We decorated our prayer space to reflect the theme, talked about the importance of remembering loved ones who have passed away in a positive light and discussed symbols/signs that help us remember loved ones. We… Continue Reading
Confirmation Garden Project – Part Two-Mr. Stephenson's Class are enjoying their continued work on our Confirmation Garden. Having cleaned and painted the beds, we planted a variety of Spring-Summer bulbs such as daffodils, anemone and tulips which will flower in time for Confirmations! We also nailed in some decorative art work doors we made during our art lesson to add… Continue Reading
Piseoga agus Síoga i Rang a Sé-Mr. Stephenson's Sixth Class have been learning all about the history of superstitions around the world and in particular, the role fairies play in Irish folklore. We examined the locations of fairy forts in Ireland, listened to others share their stories of meeting fairies and discussed our own experiences with seeing fairy doors while walking.… Continue Reading
South American Studies-3rd class have been super busy studying all about South America. They created fabulous artwork and projects to show off what they have learned. Well done boys and girls,our corridor looks so bright and colourful with all your work up! Continue Reading
STEAM in 3rd Class-Ms Haines 3rd Class had great fun learning about how Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths are all connected this morning during a live event hosted by Science Foundation Ireland. Here we are drawing jellyfish after we learning how strand DNA is invisible until lots of strands come together, almost like how jellyfish are hard… Continue Reading
Christmas Art-Christmas Gnomes Wonderful creativity happening in Mrs O' Sullivan's class as they put the finishing touches to their Christmas Gnomes today! The pupils are looking forward to bringing home their festive gnomes! Continue Reading
Precepts-Ms Sheehy's Class are reading the Novel Wonder by R.J Palacio this term. The novel makes lots of references to precepts. Precepts are general rules intended to help people to show kind behaviour to one another. A precept is like a motto. Our class decided to pick out our favourite precepts and even create some… Continue Reading
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