There was great excitement on Wednesday as the sixth class pupils played basketball against the teachers. Both sides showed great skill throughout the match and were monitored closely by Ref Kay. The majority of support from the children in the other classes was in favour of the 6th class but this didn’t frighten the teachers off their game! The first 2 quarters were close in Continue Reading
The boys and girls in first class had a fantastic school tour trip to Fort Lucan and were so excited for the day. They were looking forward to the day for a while and had researched the website so they had an idea of the things they would like to play with when they arrived. Luckily we had great weather and could enjoy a picnic Continue Reading
Our Junior Infants enjoyed a fantastic day at Wooly Wards farm today. The children learned lots about life on the farm and they met lots of animals such as goats, lambs, hens, ponies and calves. They enjoyed pony rides and a trip to Scary Mary’s house before doing some arts and crafts. The children all had a great day! Have a look at some of Continue Reading
5th class went to Tayto Park yesterday. They had such fun looking at all of the animals and riding on all of the roller coasters. some children were a little scared to go on the big roller coaster, but the concurred their fears and were very proud of themselves.
This is a conference for parents of a child in primary school and that wants them to have the opportunity to reach their full educational potential. Speakers will include experts in the area of education and parental involvement from Ireland and the Netherlands. Take a look at this flyer!
The children have been having lots of fun and have been very busy with the OLOLympics. Last week the children competed against their teachers in a game of dodgeball. The teachers were victorious winning four games and the children won three games. Well done to Mr. Dillon and other staff members for organising another great event.
The Sam Maguire Cup paid a visit to OLOL last week. Each class had the opportunity to get a photo.
The members of the gardening club went to the Bloom festival on Friday June 1st. This was being held in the Phoenix Park and they had a great day looking at all of the beautiful displays and tasting all of the delicious food.
The children from 3rd to 6th class took part in a football blitz in Liffey Gaels. The Sam MacGuire also made an appearance 🏆. Well done to Ms Glynn and the Galway Team who were the overall winners. Huge thank you to Mr. Dillon for organising such an enjoyable event.