The strand units of the Outdoor and Adventure curriculum include: Walking Orienteering Outdoor Challenges Understanding and appreciation of outdoor and adventure activities The activities in this strand help to develop appreciation and enjoyment of the great...
Although we do not yet have all of the equipment for gymnastics yet, we made the most of the classroom and used them for some of our gymnastics! Senior Infants were practicing the 5 basics jumps, the bear and caterpillar walk, making different shapes with their bodies...
The strand units of the Games curriculum include: Sending, receiving and travelling Creating and playing games Understanding and appreciation of games During Games lessons children are provided with opportunities to develop skills, create and play games, understand...
Athletics is our strand for development this year and we focused on this strand in our Physical Education lessons in September and again in April/May. This coincided at the same time as our Run Around Europe initiative and it also helped us when training for the Cross...
All classes are taught 5 different PE strands each year: Athletics, Dance, Gymnastics, Games, Outdoor and Adventure. In Scoil Chlíodhna each class receives at least an hour per week of physical education.By taking part in the Active School Flag programme it has helped...
*** New School Update ***
We were delighted to hear from our patron, Cork ETB, that the planning notice for our new school is posted on site. This is the next step in an exciting journey for our school! The new building for our growing school will be a 24 classroom school with a 2 classroom Special Educational Needs unit, a PE hall, ball courts and play areas. The site is situated between Castlelake and Station Road and will keep us at the heart of Carrigtwohill. We look forward to travelling on this journey with all in Carrigtwohill Community College and Scoil Mhuire Naofa as they also plan for their new schools.
Upcoming Events Term 2
January 16th 2019 – Closing date for expression of interest for September 2019
Mid Term Break: Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd February
4th – 8th March: Engineers Week
11th – 15th March: Seachtain na Gaeilge
March 28th & 29th: Book Fair
8th – 12th April: Europe Week / Intercultural Week
Thursday 11th April: Intercultural Day
SPRING BREAK: School Closes on Friday 12th April at 12 noon