Cór Fhéile

Well done to our 3rd and 4th class boys and girls who took part in the Cór Fhéile in Cork City Hall on Wednesday night. The classes performed ‘Annie’ on stage and were excellent. Our thanks to Noelle McSweeney, Joe Murphy and Irene Warren for all the work they put in to preparing for this night and to the parents brought the children in.

April 7, 2017

Mini 7’s County Finalists

Well done to our boys and girls on reaching the county finals of the Sciath na Scol this week. they had qualified last November by winning the local division and went to Newcestown to play the semi finals. Both boys and girls had great wins over Canovee N.S. to reach their finals. Unfortunately our boys lost out to Bantry and our girls to Clondrohid. A great day was had by the teams, parents who drove (thanks) and their trainers Kieran O’Sullivan and Eoghan Hyde.

April 7, 2017

National Spring Cleaning Day

On Thursday, 6th April, the whole school took part in “An Taisce’s National spring Clean” as part of Green Schools. Each class had a designated area around the school to clean. Luckily our school is already very clean thanks to the litter wardens. However, with such a big number of children picking up rubbish the school is now spotless. We also did a huge spring clean inside the school, with tables being bleached, blinds dusted and libraries being organised. Well done to everyone in school for taking part so eagerly.

April 7, 2017

Feis Maitiu Winners

We had further success in Feis Maitiú this week when 5th and 6th both came in 1st place in the Feis Maitiu Choral verse competition. Well done to all the children as well as to teachers Irene Warren, Shane McCarthy, Claire Finnegan and Kieran O’Sullivan on their success. Maith sibh  go léir. 

 

April 6, 2017

Chess News

On Monday 3rd April last 16 pupils from Ovens travelled to Mallow to participate in a large chess competition made up of schools from all over County Cork. In total almost 200 pupils took part in a contest that was notable for its high level of quality and sportsmanship.

The pupils from Ovens N.S who took part represented the school proudly and enjoyed the experience of competing against players from various other schools. The level of success experienced also gives us plenty of confidence to build on for next year’s competition. We can take a lot of encouragement from the way the students performed both in terms of ability and attitude. Well done to all the children and to teachers, Seán O’Sullivan and Eithne Downey, who gave up their lunch times throughout the year to teach the children how to play chess and to practise their skills.

We are now looking forward to running our own school competition before the end of the school year.

April 5, 2017

All Ireland Champion

Congratulations to Lucy Sleeman, sixth class, on winning the U14 All Ireland 60m hurdles, in Athlone, this weekend. Well done Lucy on your magnificent achievement.

 

April 3, 2017

Scór na bPáistí County Champion

Congratulations to David Bradley on winning a trophy for coming in first place in the Scór na bPáistí solo singing county final at the weekend. It’s the first time our school has won this particular competition. Maith an buachaill David.

March 27, 2017

Feis Maitiu Winners

Following from the success of 3rd class last week, 4th class came in 1st place in the Feis Maitiu Choral verse competition. Well done to all the children as well as to teachers Irene Warren and Colm O’Sullivan on their success. Maith sibh  go léir. 

 

 

 

March 27, 2017

Feis Winners

Congratulations to the children of Ms Cooper’s 3rd class, who came in first place in Feis Maitiú Choral Verse this week. Well done to drama teacher Irene Warren and class teacher Marianne Cooper for preparing the children for this event and to the children themselves for all their hard work.

 

 

March 23, 2017

Spelling Bee

Well done to Luke O’Sullivan on reaching the final 20 in the Cork County Spelling Bee finals this week.

March 23, 2017

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