St Mary's National School Enniskeane Co. Cork

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Telephone No: 023/8847695         E-mail: stmarysenniskeane@gmail.com

Important Dates

 * 19th January: Six week     swimming session 4th - 6th class

 * 25th January: Exploration Dome     school visit - all classes

 *  6th March: First Confession @     7.30pm

 * 10th April: Confirmation Mass

  * 26th May: First Holy Communion     @ 11am

 * 1st June: Cork Primary School     Sports

  * 14th June: School Concert

St. Mary's National School Enniskeane was officially opened on the 8th of September 1978 by the Very Rev. Wm. Canon Murphy P.P.

St. Mary's is a co-educational primary school under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cork and Ross.
It is situated between the twin villages of Enniskeane and Ballineen on the main road to Bantry.

Present enrolment is 208.


1st Class - Christmas Tree of Stars – All the pupils designed their own large and little stars to create a Christmas Tree display for the classroom door.
Christmas “Elfies” -  A number of “elfies” came to visit 1st class during December. They look very familiar!
6th Class - Snowmen
€450 raised in our Non Uniform Day in aid of Cork Simon Community.
Congratulations to Micheál O' Sullivan, James Fleming, Michael Bradfield and Nathan Duggan who represented the school in the annual Sciath na Scol table quiz held recently in Rochestown Hotel.
5th Class visit to Cork County Council for Road Safety prize giving ceremonoy
4th Class - Christmas Trees
Jeremy’s Friendship Pies – During Friendship Week, 1st Class read “Enemy Pie” and decided to create friendship pies instead.
106 Shoe Boxes delivered to Penny Dinners appeal for the needy children of the Cork area.  A big thank you from them for the great effort put into this worthy cause.
1st Class - “We All Fit Together” – This display shows that each of us are unique, but we can all fit together happily!

Congratulations to Sarah Keohane, 5th Class, 1st prize winner in the Cork County Council Road Safety Competition.

For her prize she receives a trip to Spike Island for her entire class.  

There were over 300 entries in the competition so a huge congratulations to Sarah on being the outright winner.

Across please see her winning entry.

Far right Paired reading during Scholastic Book Fair Week
A new look for Méabh Collins who cut her hair for the Rapunzel Foundation. Well done Méabh.
Junior Infants having fun during Science week
During Science week 2nd class had fun exploring air pressure, forces and energy.
Senior Infants - Our Hedgehog Habitat
4th Class - Yoga
3rd Class playing Knock it Off
Visit to school by John Caulfield, Manager Cork FC with the FAI Cup and SSE Airtricity League Cup.
4th Class - Lava Lamps during Science Week
A huge thank you to Jane and Aideen who steered, taught and promoted water safety within 4th and 6th class over the past five weeks resulting in the renewal of our Safety Awareness Flag. Well done girls.
Water Safety Awareness Showcase organised by 4th and 6th Class
Junior Infants participating in Yoga
Visit to 6th Class by Michael McPartland 'Something Fishy Project'
Junior & Senior Infants Halloween Show
Junior Infants - Aistear Theme: Friends
3rd Class - Conscience Alley 'Rainbow Fish'
3rd Class Movement Break
4th Class - Halloween Art
3rd Class - Halloween Soundscape
5th Class - Halloween Art
3rd Class - 'The Halloween Authors'
6th Class - Various Projects
4th Class - Roman Mosaics
3rd Class - Tessellating Shapes
4th Class - Volcanos
3rd Class - Halloween Drama - 'The Haunted House'
4th Class - Drama
2nd Class Decorating Autumn Leaves
  4th Class Exploring Italy
3rd Class - Celtic Coil Pots
4th Class Planting
2nd Class mini-beast hunt
Autumn by 4th Class
6th Class recreating a scene from 'The Borrowers'
Talk on Fairtrade to 5th Class by Susan Galway
Heritage in Schools Jessica Mason Greenschools workshop 3rd-6th Class
Visit to school by Road Safety Authority
Our Summer Work Scheme was completed in late August very successfully by Galvin Hennessy Agri Services, we would like to thank parent Alan Galvin for an excellent and efficient service.
Preparatory work for our new classroom extension at the moment is at design stage (pre-planning), all going well we hope to be in by the 1st September 2018.

3rd Class Freeze Framing Fairytales
4th Class Investigating how soil/clay sinks to the bottom of a bottle
3rd Class Autumn Bugs
 
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