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Physical Activities September/October 2018

Great fun was had in the infant classrooms on Thursday 25th October where the witches, zombies, ghouls and ghosts competed in their annual broomstick races!

Athletics – 24/10/18

On Wednesday 24th October girls from 3rd to 6th class travelled to Marlfield Clonmel to participate in the Primary School Cross Country Athletic event. Congrats to Anna O’ Donoghue who won an individual silver medal for 5th & 6th class and Grace O’ Dwyer who won an individual bronze medal for 3rd & 4th. Overall 5th & 6th class won team gold medals while the 3rd & 4th class won silver. Well done everyone, what a great achievement!

Putting her best foot forward. Athletics in Clonmel 24/10/18

Take on the Teachers

On Friday 28th of September, great fun was had by the staff and children after sos, where the lucky chosen few took on the challenge of “Take on the Teachers” in a bid to see which team could kick the most points over the crossbar. 2 from each class from 1st – 6th were randomly chosen and everyone had 2-3 attempts at scoring.
Needless to say, the children won comfortably as it has been many a year since some staff members kicked a ball! We wont name names!!
Cross Country Championships – Wednesday 26th September 2018

Pupils from 3rd to 6th class took part in a Cross Country event in Thurles on Wednesday 26th September 2018. Well done to Anna O’ Donoghue & Cara Hennessy who won individual medals and well done to everyone who participated. Congratulations to our 5th & 6th class team who won silver medals in the “Large School” category. Medals for all 5th & 6th class team members to follow shortly.
3rd & 4th class    5th & 6th class

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Physical Activities May/June

W.O.W. – Junior Infants walk to local Post Office to post their letters!

W.O.W. – Senior Infants walk to local graveyard

On Wed 23rd May Senior Infants took advantage of the lovely weather and went for a walk around the local graveyard to examine the old bell, take some rubbings of old headstones and say a prayer for all those who have passed away.

Well done to the winning Team C who met Team B in the football final Thursday 24th May 2018 in our Tournament Thursday competition. Great skill was on display from both teams.

W.O.W. – 1st class walk to Lena Rice graveyard

Rounders with 4th, 5th & 6th

Basketball Tournament 18/5/18

On Friday 18th May, girls from 4th/5th & 6th travelled to Moyle Rovers Sports Hall to take part in a full day Basketball Blitz.

The girls had a great day showing off their skills and ball control and comfortably won all their 3 matches, bringing home gold medals to add to their collection. This is the first basketball tournament they have participated in, and will hopefully not be the last! Thanks to coach Liam Fennell and parent mentor Andy Hennessy.

Athletics Competition, Clonmel – 16/5/18

Well done to all the girls who took part today in the relay race, sprints , long distance and ball throwing competition in Clonmel. A great achievement bringing back so many medals and it was an honour to us all that the girls were running in memory of our great friend and mentor in Athletics, “Mary Doyle”. Gone but not forgotten.

Team A – Winning team of school camógie blitz final – 10/5/18

Throw in for school Camógie blitz final 10/5/18


Physical Activities March/April

Drop Everything And Dance! – Mrs. Ryan’s Room

u 11, A-1, Camógie Blitz Winners, 27/4/18.

Again, another great big congratulations to the girls who partook in the camógie blitz on Friday 27th April 2018 against Ayle, Powerstown and Donaskeigh. They fought off stiff competition to secure themselves a place in the County Final which will be played in Semple Stadium in June. Many thanks to coach Brian White and teachers Mrs. Ryan And Ms. Bailey. Best of luck to them all!



u 11 Camógie Blitz Winners with supporters 26/4/18. Thanks to Parents who came to support on the day.

u 11 Camógie Blitz Winners in action – 26/4/18 – They will go on to play County Final in Semple Stadium

Senior Infants – D.E.A.D – Drop Everything and Dance

1st Class – Soccer/BOMB

2nd & 3rd class – Wacky Races

Senior Girls at Basketball

Junior & Senior Infants: Co-operative games/hoola hoops

Easter Egg Hunt with Junior Infants – 23/3/18

Easter Egg Hunt with Senior Infants – 23/3/18


Challenge the teachers -23/3/18 – Basketball Penalty Shootout

Ceilí – 22/3/18

Junior Infants -  Siege of Ennis

Senior Infants -Siege of Ennis

1st class – Siege of Ennis

2nd, 3rd & 4th – Rince na Tine

4th, 5th & 6th – Rince na Tine

2nd, 3rd & 4th Class with their certificates from Clonmel Swimming Pool after completing 9 weeks of lessons

Visit by 5th & 6th class to Air-tastic, Cork on 8/3/18


Physical Activities January/February 2018

Movement in the líne

A big thank you to the leaders of the Active School committee who have been working so hard to motivate the children and get them moving every breaktime to get fit

Ciara & Kate who won 4 medals between them for                                                                                                                                                                                           Draughts and Basketball at the Community Games on 24th February 2018


10 @ 10 with Ms. Bailey’s classroom


10 @ 10 with Senior Infants – Feb 18

Run Around Europe – The Grand Tally

Run Around Europe


Physical Activity December/Christmas 2017

Christmas Disco 2017 – Senior Infants

12 days of fitness – Senior Infants

Morning Madness ongoing since September 2017

U 11 A-1 Camógie County Final Winners – June 2017

U 13 Camógie Blitz – April 2017


Why should we exercise?/exercise tips by Caoimhe, 6th class

Why should we exercise?

  1. Our stamina is increased.
  2. We sleep better.
  3. It makes us feel fit and healthy.
  4. It sharpens our thinking.
  5. It gives us more energy.
  6. Our muscles and bones get stronger.
  7. It helps us to relax.
  8. It relieves stress in our lives.

Exercise tips

  1. Don’t put it off.
  2. Keep it fun.
  3. Set goals but be realistic.
  4. Try to be active 1 hour every day.
  5. Break your 1 hour into smaller chunks.
  6. Exercise with your family and friends.
  7. Stay hydrated.
  8. Eat healthy
  • During the last Term of 2016/17 children from 4th to 6th class participated in weekly lunch time coaching of spikeball with class teacher, Mrs. O’ Dwyer.
  • On Friday 26th October Junior & Senior Infants took part in Halloween broomstick races and a Zombie walk.

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Jersey Jog 2016

Parents, pupils and children participated in a jersey jog on October 2nd. This was to raise funds for our new extension. The Jersey Jog took place around the village where you could run, walk or crawl to the finish line!! It was a great success with much money raised and a really enjoyable day out for everyone.

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Physical Activity Games Survey

Tag Rugby

Tag rugby lessons began with Miss. Bailey in September 2016 and continued for two months. Children from 2nd – 6th took part and really enjoyed learning a new sport. Miss. Bailey was impressed with how quickly the children picked up the rules and skills of the game. Here are some photos of the children competing in a very competitive game.

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