Category Archives: Parents’ Association
As you know, St. Oliver’s Parents’ Association sets out to support our school and raise money each year for the purpose of providing an additional source of funding for our school and educational activities. The per child funding from … Continue reading
Parents are invited to Bush Post Primary School on Tuesday, 24th October at 7pm for a special talk from psychotherapist and best-selling author of ‘Bully Proof Kids’.
The talk will explore ways of encouraging confidence, resilience and coping skills in our … 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
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
Our school has been given a makeover this weekend and it looks fantastic! It is a great surprise and an unexpected gift.
We want to say a big thank you to all of those who made this happen.
Thanks to Joanne and … Continue reading
Well done to the group of children who represented St. Oliver’s at the Bank of Ireland National Enterprising Town Awards in Carlingford this week. The pupils were interviewed by the judges. They all were able to confidently speak about the … Continue reading
A massive thank you to all the families who sent in the Sainbury’s Active Kids tokens. We spent a lot of the token on the large storage unit to make sports equipment easily available to all the children for our … Continue reading
We would like to introduce you to our
NEW SCHOOL LOGO
This was developed from our parent, pupil, teacher and BOM surveys carried out last year.
New School Motto:
Also from our surveys we developed some core values that our whole … Continue reading