Maths Week 2017 Part II

Ms Curran and Ms Mc Cabe’s Third Class enjoying their maths games in the Halla on Wednesday as part of Maths Week 2017.  Here is a sample of photos showing some of those girls at work. Lots of new puzzles for them to work out together bringing in lots of different areas of the maths […]

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Maths Week 2017

It was Maths Week in Scoil Choca this week! Today Thursday we had Junior Maths Assembly 1:00 – 1:40 followed by Senior Maths Assembly 1:45 – 2:30. Great fun by all! Each class performed a song or poem related to numbers and some changed the words of well known songs to help them learn their […]

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Schools to remain closed 17th October

As storm Ophelia passes over Ireland, the Department of Education and Skills has confirmed that all schools will remain closed tomorrow. The decision was announced by the Government, following a meeting of the National Emergency Coordination Group in Dublin this afternoon. Minister Richard Bruton said the decision “was primarily taken in the interests of child safety […]

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School Magazine 2017

Students have created a fantastic magazine for 2017 – you can view it online here → The Team Behind the Production of This Year’s Magazine Editors Gemma Crehan, Jamie Moloney & Leah Hyland Co-ordinators of photography and overall school input: Aoife McManus, Megan O’Shea, Daniella Dions & Alanna Garvey Illustration Front Cover – Elaine O’Sullivan Back […]

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Blue Nose Day – A Great Success

What a fabulous day we had on Thursday April 27th April when #Blue Nose Day was celebrated throughout the school. April was autism awareness month and #BlueNoseDay provided Scoil Choca Naofa with an opportunity to help raise awareness and understanding of autism, while also helping raise funds for charity. A huge thank you to Ms […]

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Drumming to their own beat before Easter Break

In early April 2017 David Day, percussionist, returned to our school to conduct his annual percussion workshop.  David Day is the founder of Jabba Jabba Jembe, he has been studying African and World Drumming for over 20 years at home in Ireland and also with Teachers  in Europe the US, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea and Ghana, […]

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Our Sixth Class Girls Confirmed

On Saturday March 25th, in St. Chóca’s Church, we shared a lovely Confirmation ceremony with the children of St Joseph’s School, here in the parish of Kilcock. Bishop Denis Nulty together with Father John Brickley and Father George Augustine delivered a lovely ceremony, engaging all present with their knowledge and questions about St. Teresa of […]

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