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Sciath na Scol Champions 2016!!
School Tour: Oyster Haven
On Thursday 19th May 6th class children went on their school tour to Oyster Haven Adventure Centre.
Class of 2016! 6th Class graduate from UCC
Bats in Sixth Class!
A bat was spotted snoozing on the wall of the sixth class building today! Taking care not to disturb him, we took some photos. Some were braver than others moving in close to get a good shot! Thanks Colm!
Tráth na gCeist
Bhain páistí rang a sé taitneamh as tráth na gceist ag céiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge. Tar éis roinnt babhta fíor taitneamhach bhí orainn "tie-breaker" a dhéanamh chun buaiteoirí a fháil. Comhgháirdeachas le gach páiste a ghlac páirt.
Rip Tide as Gaeilge
Féach ar rang a sé ag canadh an amhráin "Rip Tide" as Gaeilge mar pháirt céiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge.
FAI 5 a side soccer
Eight 6th class boys participated in an FAI organised soccer competition in O'Shea Park, home of Blarney United in February. Over thirty boys from 6th class attended trial games over a number of weeks before the final 8 were selected. The standard of opposition was of the highest quality and despite winning our first group game we didn't advance to Turners Cross. Well done to Brian, Harry, Seán, Jacob, Scott, Dylan, Jamie and Conor.
Cispheil na mBunscoil.
The Great Cloghroe Bake Off!!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....
#Icing our Cakes!!
Dress Rehearsal for 1916 Rising Play
Busy Making Props!
Raiding Costumes for the Rising!!
Children in Sixth Class have been busy this week preparing and baking our Christmas Cakes! We weighed out our fruit and soaked it in brandy, orange zest and juice for a few days. It smelled so Christmassy! Then we prepared our tins, lining them with paper and cardboard to protect our cake. We baked the cake in the staffroom oven and everyone enjoyed the smell of Christmas throughout the building!
Guns of Easter - 1916
Sixth Class are reading the ‘Guns of Easter’ by Gerard Whelan at the moment. It is a fictional story but it is based on the 1916 rising. It’s all about a boy called Jimmy Conway and it tells the story of how the rising affected him and his family, neighbours and friends. The story is set in Dublin and so we are learning about the Rising, where it happened and the people involved. We find it easier to understand the events of the rising through Jimmy’s eyes.
Sciath na Scol 2015
We were very proud of our boys who played their hearts out on the pitch against Riverstown last week. It was a very wet day and they played on despite the terrible conditions. There was great encouragement too from loyal supporters!
All Star Rena visits Cloghroe!
Rena brought the Brendan Martin Cup and the O'Duffy Cup to Cloghroe!
Advertising our Spooky Stroll to School!
Jumping for Joy with Skip 'N' Rope
The Rugby World Cup inspired 6th Class Clay Structures in Art this week
Sausage Roll Sale for Syrian Refugees
Sixth class pupils were busy in Cloghroe NS selling sausage rolls to raise money for Syrian refugees. We are delighted to announce that 290 euro was raised. We have also raised awareness of this important issue around the school. We would like to thank everyone for their generous donations. We will donate the money to this worthy cause through the charity UNICEF.