Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Míle buíochas do Rang 2 agus Muinteoir Mairead

Míle buíochas do Rang 2 agus Muinteoir Mairead for raising a whopping €415.35 in last Fridays (17th Feb 2017)  cake sale and as always thanks to all parents who send in those valuable euros with the kids for cake sale Fridays. It's a fun and effective way to raise funds for the school. The next cake sale will be after the Easter holidays.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

#Doodle4Google - Last Chance to Vote!

Voting closes TODAY so please vote now and then vote again many more times!

#Doodle4Google - Have you voted today?

If your hands do not look like this then you are not voting enough!



Remember Please keep voting for both Archie and Juliette until polling closed tonight.

Archie's doodle is in Group 1 titled Tractorland in the sky


Juliette's doodle is in Group 2 titled ‘Homework machine!’ 


More information on the prize and how to vote:

Monday, February 20, 2017

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Please Keep Voting - Polling closes in a few days!

Juliette's doodle is in Group 2 titled ‘Homework machine!’ 

Archie's doodle is in Group 1 titled Tractorland in the sky

You can vote for BOTH as often as you want until 21st Feb 2017

https://doodles.google.ie/d4g/vote.html#d=d2-3

https://doodles.google.ie/d4g/vote.html#d=d1-14



Full details are at Doodle4Google - Gaelscoil Chionn tSáile needs YOUR help!

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Cake Sale Friday 17th February 2017

Rang 2 are hosting their cake sale tomorrow Friday 17th February 2017 a bit earlier than normal because we are on midterm next Friday. SO please remember to send in at least €1 with each child for a bun or cake. The next cake sale will be after Easter as there won't be a cake sale during Lent.


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LSC Recreate Workshop – Release your child’s potential!

Children driving innovation for the future

Engineers week 2017 is running from the 4th to the 10th of March and is a week-long programme of nationwide events celebrating the world of engineering in Ireland. The aim of the week is to create a positive awareness of and spark enthusiasm about the engineering profession among young people with little or no engineering background.

LSC are holding a fun and creative event which will allow children to explore their creative side and develop an understanding for the potential of STEM as a course option at second level, while also promoting engineering as a career choice.

As a company founded by and staffed with Engineers (and Scientists) LSC are excited to be hosting two x 90 minute workshops to release the creative, innovative and inventive potential of children in Cork. Each workshop will involve your child working on a team and using recycled materials to design, build and test their creations. There will be a creative artist there during the event to facilitate the workshop and ensure the children have a great time.

This event is free to 5th & 6th class primary school students, but places are limited and you must register your child in advance.

One workshop will run at 2pm and the second one will run at 4pm please click below to register your child’s details.

Register for 2pm Saturday 4th March 2017

Register for 4pm Saturday 4th March 2017

This event is being run by LSC in association with National Engineers Week 2017.

For more information on other events being held during Engineers Week please visit Engineersweek.ie

Date: Saturday 4th March 2017 at 2pm and 4pm
Location: Actons Hotel, Kinsale
Audience: 5th & 6th Class primary students

see http://lscconnect.com/lsc-recreate-workshop-release-your-childs-potential/





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Conamara Gaeltacht, Coláiste Cholumba


Located in An Cheathrú Rua in the heart of the Conamara Gaeltacht, Coláiste Cholumba provides the ideal base for students to further their appreciation and knowledge of not only the Irish language but also of our rich historical culture.

Coláiste Cholumba has been running Irish courses in the Gaeltacht for almost forty years. Our experience and expertise have enabled us to provide an excellent service to all our students, ensuring that they return home with a greatly enhanced appreciation and grasp of the language and our culture.
We use the communicative approach and avail of all modern teaching aids as well as drama and other techniques to ensure that each student has the greatest opportunity to improve his or her Irish.

See attached documnent for more information or visit http://www.colaistecholumba.ie/

Conamara Gaeltacht, Coláiste Cholumba.pdf




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80's Disco - Thank You

Thank you to everyone who supported the 80's disco. A fantastic night was had by all. The costumes were brilliant, the dance floor was hopping all night and one of our junior infant parents, Joseph, bagged the accolade of best dressed male! €590 was raised. This event is sure to be repeated so look out for it next spring.  Go raibh maith agat, PA

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