The future astronauts of Scoil Mhuire enjoyed this weeks Space Week. All classes took part in a wide range of activities over all curricular areas to learn more about this fascinating topic.
Some classroom work from the week.
Our little artists were hard at work!
Our fantastic athletes took part in the Cork City Primary Sports in CIT. Ms Hennessy and Rose accompanied them to the huge event, As can be seen from the pictures above their was a few trophies won but most importantly all ran their absolute best and thoroughly enjoyed the day.
Look at how smart our City Sports Athletes look!
A huge thank you to the Parents Association for sponsoring our new singlets.
We really appreciate it.
The fantastic students in Scoil Mhuire have been very busy this month.
North Side Gala
Scoil Mhuire were the overall winnners of this years North Side Schools Gala. All participants came home with a medal and this combined effort led to Scoil Mhuire being awarded the Fitzgibbon Cup for the highest number of points. Pictured also is Lucy Hurley who was just beaten into second place in the Superstars Race.
Congratulations to all involved and to Mrs O Connell for bringing the team to the gala and supporting them all the way
Congratulations and Good Luck to 6th Class pupil Laura who has been chosen to play in the camogie primary games at the Cork v Clare match in June.
Pictured are the very talented group that represented the school in Feis Maitiú. All enjoyed the experience and performed very well.
Huge congratulations are due to sisters Nessa and Clodagh Martin for their sugarcraft creations.
Nessa (Junior Infants) and Clodagh (Third Class) came second in the Cork Sugarcraft competition for their ages.
Well Done Girls.
On Thursday the 7th of March Scoil Mhuire joined in the international celebration of World Book Day.
We started the morning with a parade of the book charachter costumes from the Senior Classes.
Can you guess who everyone is dressed up as?
After this, the judges had to visit the classes to choose the winners of the best dressed competition.
Meanwhile the Junior Classes enjoyed bedtime story time with 5th and 6th Class and their bedtime buddies!
Finally it was time to reveal the winners of the Best Dressed Competition!
Winners pictured with the Student Council..
By the Student Council
Wednesday the 30th of January brought our first snow day of the year!
A beautiful cold sunny day brought a late start to the school day.
Junior Infants had great fun practicing throwing snowballs!
Senior Infants wrapped up against the cold.
Christmas was celebrated in our school this year with a Carol Concert in St Mary's Church, Knockraha.
The whole school community came together with the parents and families of the children to celebrate the nativity story through singing, music and drama.
Our wonderful singers backed by musicians Ms Hennessy, Ms Mulcahy and Adam Mulcahy.
Our singers were also assisted by the recorder players of 5th and 6th class.
Of course we can't forget our fantastic narrators who told the story to our whole congregation.
Jack, Farrah, Lucy and Ronan
The final set of picture are our Junior Infants. They were brilliant in their reenactment of the nativity.
Wishing you and your families a very merry Christmas and a happy new year from the principal and staff of Scoil Mhuire.
All the budding scientists in Scoil Mhuire were delighted with the experiments and activities carried out for Science Week 2018.
All classes engaged in some serious scientific research!
Junior and Senior Infants had great fun watching those Dancing Raisins.
Laura in 6th class showed the rest of her class how to recreate the digestive system and its contents!
5th and 6th Class had a fantastic time at UCC Science Week activities.
Here in Scoil Mhuire we have been celebrating Seachtain an Gaeilge over the past two weeks. While the older classes enjoyed a Tráth na gCeist the younger classes took part in some traditional dancing. There was even a dreoilín from 2nd and 3rd Class.We finished off the week with an assembly in which the whole school came together to perform An Haka Gaelach. We were also treated to a lovely rendition of Ámhrán na bhFiann from Mrs Ryan’s class.