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FAI Cup Visit

Johnny Dunleavy, captain of Cork City, visited the school last week with the FAI Cup. There was great excitement in Juniors and Seniors when he visited their classes. 1st to 6th class gathered in the halla, where Johnny received a fantastic welcome. Th…

Credit Union Art Winners

Ovens N.S. had a number of winning entrants in the Credit Union Art Competition again this year. Congratulations to Clodagh Dillon, Hannah Stapleton, Tori Burns and Sophie O’Keeffe, who were presented with medals, certs and other prizes in Ballin…

Winter Scenes in Ovens N.S.

The beautiful sunshine allied to the frosty nights has created some fantastic scenery on the grounds of our school. Please see photo gallery for more pictures.

Peil Faoi Dhíon

10 girls from 4th class took part in the ‘Peil Faoi Dhíon’ competition on Tuesday, 29th November, in Blackpool. It was a great opportunity for the girls to develop their skills in football. The team played extremely well on the day and won all fou…

School Tracksuits

Our school uniform consists of the school crested tracksuit and white polo shirt. The school tracksuit can be ordered directly online from our uniform supplier School Warehouse HERE or by phone on 074-9732185 or by email online@schoolwarehouse.ie

Our gazebo got a makeover!

First Class worked as a team to give our gazebo a ‘new look’!  It has been transformed into an Igloo!  This is to enhance our role play area, for our Arctic theme, which is running throughout the school this month!


There was great talent on show for our assembly last Friday. We had guitar playing, tin whistle, Irish dancing, singing and much much more..

Please see photo gallery for more pictures

Arctic Art – First Class

Some photos from our Arctic work in First Class…….

Balloon Trick!

Please see below for some photos and Instructions!! We did a cool science experiment with a balloon today! Instructions 1. Inflate your balloon until it is 3/4 way full of air. 2. Tie a knot in your balloon so the air doesn’t escape. 3. Look at both ends of your balloon.  At the very tip and at the knot the balloon is darker in
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Science Week

As part of Science Week, 4th class completed a science experiment which investigated balloons and forces. We learned that some creatures such as jellyfish, octopus and squid use the force of thrust to propel themselves forward. We also talked abou…

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