Bunscoil Rinn an Chabhlaigh

Rushbrooke, Cobh, Co. Cork

Digital Learning

Digital Learning Plan 23.24

  • Summer Newsletter 2023! - Please find attached our Summer Newsletter for 2023! It has been a very busy term at Bunscoil Rinn An Chabhlaigh with lots of fun learning activities going on around our school. We want to wish all in our wider school community an enjoyable summer and we look forward to welcoming you all back to school… Continue Reading
  • Easter Assembly - Easter Assembly We gathered today to celebrate our Easter Assembly as a school community.  It was jam packed with our 1st class performing their Féis Maitiú poems, 5th class unveiled our Mission Statement bubble for April 'We Grow and Learn Together', this is linked to the  development of our School Garden this Spring, Our Student… Continue Reading
  • BSRAC’s Easter Newsletter! - We are delighted to launch our Easter Newsletter for 2023 here at Bunscoil Rinn an Chabhlaigh! This term, we once again placed a focus on student ownership over our newsletter as the children wrote about some of their favourite moments from the past couple of weeks! We would like to thank all of our pupils,… Continue Reading
  • Easter Problem Solving (Maths) - We're coming incredibly close to our Easter break. In celebration of this, our next set of Problems are all Easter themed. All problems can be completed in school or at home, and once complete, can be placed in our Solution Boxes located throughout the school. Our Junior/ Senior Infant Poster is below: Our 1st/ 2nd… Continue Reading
  • Internet Safety Talk 💻 -   💻 INTERNET SAFETY TALK! 💻 Many thanks to Mike Muldowney who spoke to our students today about internet safety! 🙌 Mike shared his knowledge of internet security and safety while providing us with many fantastic tips about how we can become proficient digital citizens! 👏 Many thanks again, Mike! #BunscoilRinnAnChabhlaigh #BSRACABÚ #BSRAC #Cobh #LoveCobh… Continue Reading
  • Maths: Problem Solving Posters and Winners (February) - Maths: Problem Solving This month marked the most entries ever received for our Maths: Problem Solving Competition. It is amazing to see the children getting excited about solving equations. Pictured below are Cian and Robyn from Ms O'Neill's Junior Infants who solved January's Problem correctly. They used concrete materials to help with their workings out.… Continue Reading
  • Maths: Problem Solving Winners and New Posters - Congratulations to our Problem Solving winners for December ( Tatum, Cian, Riley and Cillian) pictured above. All of these students drew out their problems using some lovely artistic representations! Maith sibh!   Pictured below are our Problems for the upcoming fortnight: Please find below our Junior/Senior Infant problem, this relates to our School's Aistear theme… Continue Reading
  • 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
  • Maths: Problem Solving Competition (December) - Pictured above are our Problem-Solving Competition winners along with their selection boxes for November (Lutheal, Euan, Amber and Yasemin). Their wonderful problem solving abilities earned them top marks. Maith sibh! Please find below our posters for December. Junior and Senior Infants Problem, this is linked with their Aistear theme of Santa's Workshop for December. 1st/2nd… 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