Category Archives: Health Promoting School
Congratulations to Ciarán McGoey who came in 4th place in both
events yesterday in the Leinster Minor Schools Championships.
Event # 2 Boys 50m Freestyle Time 43.53 seconds
Event # 6 Boys 50m Breaststroke Time 59.94 seconds
Ciarán … Continue reading
Department of Education’s guidelines published on severe weather warnings https://goo.gl/E6o8fo this is a PRECAUTIONARY notice to make you aware that Carlingford/Omeath areas are presently considered high orange weather status for severe winds! https://goo.gl/nydhEP this means we are being vigilant, giving … Continue reading
A pupil in 6th class received a trophy for her fantastic hip-hop dancing skills. A great achievement!
Senior Infants, First class and Third class had the pleasure of inviting Joanne Redpath to our school to discuss the importance of oral hygiene. Joanne did a fantastic job of informing the children what to expect on a trip to … Continue reading
The Parents’ Association and Carlingford Tidy Towns on Saturday 7th Oct 2017 worked as a team to complete painting on the Infants side of the school.
Thank you to volunteers Donna, Ronan, Joanne, Jack, Gerry, Denise and Pam. They were lucky … Continue reading
A 6th class pupil was presented with a plaque, at Glenmore A.C, as the most dedicated and improved athlete. A great achievement, well done!
The Senior Infants have been showing the new Junior Infants the ropes here in St. Oliver’s where we have had a fun filled September. There has been plenty of exploring and investigating as well as a huge amount of imaginative … Continue reading
This month, 5th and 6th class have been learning to write instructions. They all wrote their own recipe for a healthy sandwich. The children were then able to use their recipe to make their delicious sandwich!
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Senior Infants and First Class were busy this week observing trees and looking for signs of Autumn. They took note of the different colours on leaves. They found conkers, acorns and pine cones. They picked a tree to observe throughout … Continue reading