Cork City Sports

Huge well done to the team who represented the school at Cork City Sports on Thursday 30th May. They swept the board with 2 children coming in 1st place, 2 children coming in 2nd place, and another in 3rd place! The whole team were an absolute credit to the school and...

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Active Commitee

Our Active Committee recently conducted a  'What Club Are You In?' survey with all the boys and girls in our school. Here are the results; Some of the most popular clubs in our area are the Swimming Club, Gymnastics and Carrigtwohill GAA . Throughout the year we...

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Playground Leaders

We have fantastic playground leaders in Scoil Chlíodhna CNS. These children are from 1st and 2nd class and we have a rota so we take it in turns and share this important role. The playground leaders plan and organise games for the Junior and Senior infants at...

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Active Breaks

We use lesson transitions regularly throughout the day. These are 2-3 minute classroom based physical activity breaks which are easy to fit in and have the added benefit of increasing focus and concentration for the lesson that follows. This shows us how a little...

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Cross Country

On Thursday 27th September, Scoil Chlíodhna CNS were invited to take part in the East Cork Schools Cross Country Races in Fr. O'Neill's GAA, Ballymacoda. We took a selection of Senior Infants, First Class and Second Class children and we were so proud of them all - we...

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Physical Activity

  Physical Activity is the promotion and engagement of exercise and movement in addition to the 60 minute per week timetabled curriculum subject of Physical Education. Here at Scoil Chlíodhna we actively promote the message that children require 60 minutes of...

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Running Initiative

This year Sport Ireland and Active School Flag encouraged schools to put on their running shoes and visit some of the most famous landmarks in Europe. Scoil Chlíodhna CNS decided to run the distance from Cork to The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France which was 778...

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