Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Inter-County Jersey Day.

Last Friday 16th May was inter-county jersey day. This was a Cumann na mBunscol ChiarraĆ­ promotion. Kerry, Cork and Limerick all wore their true colours as this very bright picture shows.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

First Holy Communion.

On Saturday 10th May last at the Church of The Assumption, Knockaclarig Fr. Anthony O'Sullivan PP. celebrated First Holy Communion Mass for the six first Holy Communicants in our school. It was a great occasion and a massive congregation thronged the church for the ceremony. Splendidly prepared by teacher Mrs. Nash and ably assisted by our SNA, Helen, the candidates were a credit to their parents, families, community and school. The ecclesiastical artwork which graced the walls of the church, the procession of the gifts,the prayers of the faithful, the choir, the music, the commentary and the reflection prayer showed everybody the amount of work that was invested and added to and enhanced a landmark day in the lives of these children.

Afterwards everybody adjourned to the school where the catering group made up of our parents served up refreshments setting the tone for a convivial and social post script to the morning.

Click below to see some images of the First Holy Communion.  


Thursday, May 8, 2014

Modern European Artist.

This week, as part of our study of European modern artists, we explored Cubism.We selected Nederland artist Piet Mondrian and perused some of his works.

Later we decided to interpret his ideas and style by completing some paintings of our own in the Piet Mondrian  medium.
 As we worked onthe pieces we noticed the atmosphere of the strong primary colours

Friday, April 18, 2014

Spring is Here.


In Art Form

Through School Grown Watercress

Happy Easter to all !!!!!

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Follow the link below to keep abreast of The Blue Star Project 2014.


Thursday, April 10, 2014

Dress-up Day 2014.

Once again our annual Dress-up Day was a tremendous occasion. All classes entered into the spirit of the day inspired and motivated by Mrs. Nash. Original and creative costumes featuring the most intensive detail were sourced as the participants left no stone unturned in their efforts to portray their selected characters. These characters were sourced from the classics and modern day readers. The presenters were brilliant in their composure, engagement, interactivity, humour and oral delivery.

As part of this important day we integrated the fortnightly visit of The Cork County Mobile Library. Our two librarians entered into the atmosphere of the plots, locations, dilemmas and solutions as with the rest of the audience they tried to unravel the simple and cryptic clues in the identification of the complex characters that were unveiled before them.

Follow Dress-Up Day on Flickr.


Congratulations to Cian who once again scooped the top prize with his performance at the Cork County final held in Ovens.