Spikeball

Well done to all who took part in the Spikeball Blitz today January in Moyle Rovers. We did really well in all competitions and narrowly missed out reaching the regional finals with the mixed team losing their decider. All three teams showed great technical skill,  movement and togetherness considering we’ve only had a few sessions beforeContinue reading “Spikeball”

Debating

Congratulations to the Debating team who got off to a winning start, charming the adjudicators with their oratorical skills in the process. A big well done to Keelan, Erin, Ava, Michaela, Genevieve and Megan. Today they were proposing the motion “We can’t afford to send money to poor countries anymore,” against a strong side from S.S. Peter’sContinue reading “Debating”

Debating

The school has entered the Concern’s Primary Schools’ Debating Competition. The school will debate against S.S. Peter’s and Paul’s C.B.S. Clonmel and St. Michael’s N.S. Clerihan in the competition. Tomorrow (January 17th) is the first round where we will be hosting St. Peter & Pauls.

Carrick-on-Suir Library: Time Capsule 2016 – 2066

On Friday the 9th December Carrick-on-Suir Library celebrated their final 1916 centenary event. We’ve had a very busy year marking this special occasion and we were delighted to take part and contribute to a full programme of events in the Local Library. The students and teachers of  Ballyneale, CBS Greenschool, Gaelscoil Carraig na Suire, Newtown UpperContinue reading “Carrick-on-Suir Library: Time Capsule 2016 – 2066”

Suir Art Project

We have been lucky to have been part of the artist in residence scheme.  A very big thank you to Magueritte Kent who has been fantastic and spent many long hours sharing her skills and techniques with the children. The past few months there has been trojan work in every room to produce a tapestry andContinue reading “Suir Art Project”

1916 School Tour

Pupils from third to sixth very much enjoyed the visits to both Kilmainham Gaol and Glasnevin cemetery. This tour took place on Friday November 11th. Even though it was an early start in the morning with a long round trip, spirits remained high all day. We first went to Kilmainham Gaol where we were given a tourContinue reading “1916 School Tour”