Principal: Mrs. Eileen Pike Deputy Principal: Mrs. Jacqui McCusker
Class Teachers 2017/2018:
Junior Infants/Senior Infants: Ms. McPhillips
Senior Infants/1st Class: Mrs. Crossan
2nd Class: Mrs. Carvill
3rd Class: Mr. Finegan
4th/5th Class: Mrs. McCusker
5th/6th Class: Ms. Quigley
Special Education Teachers: Ms. Eileen and Mrs. Power
St. Oliver’s N.S., Dundalk Street, Carlingford, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91 NW92
Phone: 042-9373405, E-mail: email@example.com
Monday -Friday (8.50am- 2.30pm)
Please check calendar for school holiday periods.
Below you’ll find our blog with lots of pictures and news of what we have all been up to throughout the school year. Use the menu above to find out more information about our school and our school community.
Today, we were busy creating e-portfolios. We designed our own e-portfolios, then we inserted our work that we have been completing this year to show our learning journey. We had extra teachers in the class to help guide us. It was a positive, productive morning!
2nd class created and designed lanterns after learning about the story of Rama and Sita, Indian Folklore.
We investigated how different objects are reflected using light. We learned that when you place an object between two hinged mirrors, light from the object bounces back and forth between the mirrors before it reaches your eyes.
4th, 5th and 6th classes had a very entertaining morning in Cooley Hall this morning watching the Bush School perform Calamity Jane! It was such a pleasure to see some of our very talented past pupils involved in such a fantastic production.
5 Stars from all in St. Olivers!
This week, 4th and 5th have enjoyed learning about the power of trapped air and trapped water and the practical implications of hydraulics and pneumatics.
It was great to investigate this in class using plastic syringes and tubing today. We are really looking forward to applying what we learned this week to design and make a moving toy using the power of hydraulics next week!
In 4th and 5th, we’ve really enjoyed daily Mad4Maths time since we’ve returned in 2018. What a great way to end each day by playing maths games with our friends! Some of the visiting 1st class even got to join us in the fun on Wednesday.
4th and 5th really enjoyed competing in a class times tables competition last term, so we’ve decided to have a weekly competition this term. They are a very competitive group and it was a very tight competition today when they were demonstrating their square root facts! All those lunchtime competitions for fun the yard really worked their magic!
We had 5 wonderful round winners today! Well done!
The ‘Green Schools’ competition winners from 5th and 6th class were featured in the local newspaper-The Argus