Category Archives: Green Flag – Energy
A big thank you from Carlingford Tidy Town’s Committee to all the children who took part in this year’s Carlingford Spring Clean 2018.
They were delighted to have so many pupils and parents of St Oliver’s at this year’s Spring Clean. … Continue reading
What fun we have had in Junior and Senior Infants learning all about Space and the Solar System. We explored with a range of materials and created our own rockets and spaceships.
Have a look at our pictures to see what … Continue reading
4th and 5th class learned so much about coding and cooperation in groups recently when they had to opportunity to learn using Lego WeDo. This set is based upon the latest science standards and was created to enhance students’ curiosity … Continue reading
A huge congratulations to three pupils at St. Oliver’s N.S who came second place in Co. Louth ‘Design a Mascot’ competition for Louth County Council. These three pupils each designed a mascot that promoted- ‘Be Green for 2018’. Their images … Continue reading
Well done to Nora Mc Bride in 5th class who won a poetry competition for Green Schools in Co. Louth. Nora wrote a poem to encourage people to think about the environment this Christmas. She received a voucher from Louth … Continue reading
5th and 6th class presented a very professional assembly on Faith this week. We all enjoyed and learned from their wonderful speeches, role plays, songs and dances.
Our very capable school leaders were presented with their badges for their role in … Continue reading
Earth Hour takes place this Saturday!
Around the globe, millions of people, businesses, and landmarks set aside an hour to host events, switch off their lights, and make noise for climate change action. This year Earth Hour is at 8:30pm on 25 March 2017. Louth County … Continue reading
We ended Engineering Week in style this year with our School Science Show and Exhibition.
Infants right up to 6th class presented their science investigations this year to the whole school and afterwards there was an exhibition in each class so … Continue reading