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St. Oliver’s N.S. News

Posted by: St. Oliver's N.S. | August 30, 2012 Comments Off |

Everyone in St. Oliver’s N.S. has lots of fun as we learn in school.

Below you’ll find our blog with lots of pictures and news of what we have all been up to throughout the school year.



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‘STAY AND PLAY’ – Junior Infant Pupils and Parents Learning Through Play

Posted by: St Oliver's N.S. | April 11, 2014 Comments Off |

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“We had so much fun sharing our ‘learning through play’ with our parents in school today.

Thank you to our teacher and parents for making it so great”. See what we got up to at our different  play



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Thank You All for the Wonderful Easter Eating Delights!!!

Posted by: St Oliver's N.S. | April 11, 2014 Comments Off |

We had a fantastic day on Friday 11h April 2014. Thank you to the new Parent Association Committee for organising a wonderful bake sale and raffle. Thank you to all the parents, pupils, staff members and people from our local community who supported this event by baking, buying and being present on the day to help. The effort and spirit of the school community was just amazing!



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JI and SI / 1st Class Learn French!

Posted by: St. Oliver's N.S. | April 4, 2014 Comments Off |

Junior Infants and Senior Infants / First Class are learning  French. They are busy counting, singing and dancing. Have a look at the photos.

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Lots of fun and learning in Junior Infants

Posted by: St. Oliver's N.S. | April 4, 2014 Comments Off |

We have been really busy in Junior Infants learning about lots of things. During March we were learning about animals that help us so we set up the Vet’s surgery in our Dramatic area. We have been developing our early mathematical skills and investigating during our Learning Through Play. We have also been making great use of our Interactive Whiteboard and our class computer as well.  Have a look at some of the things we did during March.

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March Awards and Assembly

Posted by: St. Oliver's N.S. | April 2, 2014 Comments Off |

First and Second class presented a dramatic assembly for the whole school on Friendship.


More of our fantastic pupils received a Principal Award.


We also celebrated our pupils’ successes in after school activities like Irish Dancing and Martial Arts.



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MEP Visit:From Nature’s Basics to European Affairs

Posted by: St Oliver's N.S. | March 30, 2014 Comments Off |
What a great morning we all had in St Oliver’s NS Carlingford,  with Mairead McGuinness MEP on hand to facilitate our bluestar appeal for first-hand knowledge on the work of the European Parliament. We had a super questions and answer session with all classes, juniors to sixth!


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Gaeilgeoirí na Seachtaine

Posted by: St Oliver's N.S. | March 18, 2014 Comments Off |
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Seachtain na Gaeilge 2014

Posted by: St Oliver's N.S. | March 18, 2014 Comments Off |
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Lucky Leprechauns!

Posted by: St. Oliver's N.S. | March 14, 2014 Comments Off |

Senior Infants and 1st Class have been very excited this week learning all about St. Patrick. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day we made our very own lucky leprechauns. Have a look!

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Busy Bees!

Posted by: St. Oliver's N.S. | March 6, 2014 Comments Off |

We have all had a very eventful and fun few weeks in St. Oliver’s N.S.

Some more pupils received the Principal’s Excellence Award;


Junior Infants entertained the whole school with their wonderful assembly retelling stories they have read in class!


5th and 6th class have started rugby training in school and we all got the opportunity to interview some of the Leinster management team and hold their cups!


Pupils were awarded with prizes for the Credit Union Art Competition;


Finally, celebrating World Book day, one child from each class was awarded a €10 book voucher for the fantastic effort they made dressing up as their favourite character in a book!

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