Bunscoil Rinn an Chabhlaigh

Rushbrooke, Cobh, Co. Cork


BSRAC PLC Policy 2022 Final Edition
  • 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
  • 👻HALLOWEEN POETRY JAM AT BSRAC!👻 - Our school community gathered to celebrate the fantastic poetic efforts of our pupils over the past number of weeks during our School Hallowe'en Poetry Jam! 🎃 Each class presented a fantastic, Hallowe'en-themed poem as part of our continued school focus on Oral Language Development through playful means! 🙌 We are so proud of each and… Continue Reading
  • 🍕 MAKING PIZZA!🍕 - As a reward for making fantastic progress this term and marking the conclusion of our current procedural writing focus, sixth class had lots of fun making pizza this week! 🇮🇹 The boys and girls analysed procedural writing pieces from books, examined recipes online and wrote their our own Hallowe'en inspired pizza recipes! 📚💻 The children… Continue Reading
  • 🎃 HALLOWEEN POETRY JAM 2022! 🎃 - 🎃 HALLOWEEN POETRY JAM 2022! 🎃 Our pupils have been working hard over the past number of weeks learning lots of Halloween-themed poetry! 🌟 Our school is currently focusing on the importance of oral language development through playful means like poetry! 🙌 We have set up a stage in the school hall and all of… Continue Reading
  • Phonological Awareness Stations in Junior Infants - Junior infants have been making fantastic progress this year developing their phonological awareness skills. What is Phonological Awareness? Phonological Awareness is the area of oral language that makes us think about the sounds in a word,  rather than just the meaning of the word. Recognising the different sounds in words is the starting point when… Continue Reading
  • January’s Virtual Assembly PowerPoint - As today is February 1st, our school community gathered virtually to celebrate the wonderful work that is taking place throughout the school and beyond for the month of January.  Please find attached the PDF of our Assembly PowerPoint featuring some familiar faces and a whole host of students trying their hardest to be all that… Continue Reading
  • Book fair wish list instructions. - We are really looking forward to our school book fair that will run from the 14th of October until the 21st of October. Since all orders will be made online this year we would like to show you how it will work! Step 1 All children will the opportunity to visit the fair in school… 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
  • Junior Infants Go On A ‘Tricky Word Hunt’! -   This week the Junior Infants took a literacy lesson outside. They all had fun working on their reading skills with a 'Tricky Word Hunt' in the yard. The boys and girls worked in pairs to find these words hidden outside. Everyone had fun ticking the words off their lists once found and helping each… Continue Reading
  • World Book Day in 6th Class -   Despite not physically being in school at the moment Mr Stephenson's 6th class still managed to have fun and celebrate World Book Day. They dressed up as some of their favourite book characters for their weekly class zoom call. Book related Charades and Pictionary games were played with everyone getting involved in the fun… Continue Reading