Bunscoil Rinn an Chabhlaigh

Rushbrooke, Cobh, Co. Cork

Green Schools

Green-Schools, known internationally as Eco-Schools, is an international environmental education programme, environmental management system and award scheme that promotes and acknowledges long-term, whole school action for the environment.
Unlike a once-off project, it is a long-term programme that introduces participants (students, teachers, parents and the wider community) to the concept of an environmental management system. However, Green-Schools is far more than just an environmental management system.

Green School News

  • 💧COBH RAIN GARDEN LAUNCH! 💧 - 💧COBH RAIN GARDEN LAUNCH! 💧   The good weather didn't hold back the teachers and pupils of Cobh national schools today with the official unveiling of The Cobh Nature-Based solution pilot project! 🌟   We were delighted to join together along with Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan TD for what… Continue Reading
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️Official Opening of Our Safe Route to School by Minister Naughton! 🛴🚲 - Our new Safe Route to School is officially open at BSRAC! We were delighted to welcome esteemed guests to our school last Thursday December 1st. We held an assembly to greet Minister Naughton to our school. Students spoke on behalf of our school community to explain how the road changes have positively impacted our commute… Continue Reading
  • Golden Boot Winners - Well done to our recent Golden Boot Winners. Mr. Dolan's 1st class were the best class at walking to school out of all the classes downstairs. Well done to Mr. Stephenson's class who were the best class at walking to school out of all the classes upstairs! Continue Reading
  • 👨‍🌾 GARDENING AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AT BSRAC! 👩‍🌾 - 👨‍🌾 GARDENING AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AT BSRAC! 👩‍🌾 Our pupils have been growing green fingers with the reintroduction of our after school gardening club this week! 🌹 With the kind support of our fabulous Parent's Association and staff, the children engaged in getting beds ready for planting for the new year! 🌼 Many thanks to… Continue Reading
  • 🌲ECOLOGY STUDY! 🌲 - Rang a Sé went to The Convent Gardens as they undertook an ecological study relating to the hedgerows of Ireland! ☘️ We explored the many indigenous and international tree types located around the gardens and analysed the leaves and seeds associated with each of them! 🌳 We also used pooters to investigate the many creatures… Continue Reading
  • Sustainability Policy - The new Sustainability Policy is now available under the policies section of the website & app. Thanks to all who made suggestions and contributions – the BOM, Parent's Council, parents, students and staff! Continue Reading
  • Climate Action Week 2022 – Green Schools - To celebrate Climate Action Week BSRAC decided to focus on Sustainable Development Goal 13 (SDG 13) - Climate Action. We made 2 pledges.... 1. To walk/scoot/cycle to school as much as possible. We encouraged our pupils to Park n Stride &  join our Walking bus on Wednesday. 2. We turned off our lights when not… Continue Reading