We really enjoyed our Rice Krispie baking day ….but even better was the eating … the buns tasted absolutely delicious.
Athletes from Scoil Choca joined with other local school students to run with Paul Robinson in Kilcock Athletic Club. Paul hopes to represent Ireland in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Best of luck to him.
Two girls from Rang a Dó enjoying a story about the planets. Madison is very interested in the finding out about space and the solar system – the sun, the earth, the planets. She wrote this book about how long it takes the different planets to travel around the sun.
Ms Quinn’s Senior Infants class have been looking at evidence of their past. They brought in a selection of toys, clothes and photos. Working as historians, they organised a display of these ‘artifacts’ and discussed in groups the many changes they had seen during their lives.
Kilcock Choir Rehearsal at NCH Students from 5th and 6th classes who represented Scoil Choca in the National Concert Hall. Here they are ready to enter the Hall for rehearsal before the big performance later that night. It was a very special concert as Dr Sean Creamer who founded the choir 20 years ago […]
Representatives of Ms Mahon’s class with the class certificate from Our World Irish Aid Awards. Our World Irish Aid Awards is an exciting and educational awards programme which has become firmly established in hundreds of primary schools in Ireland for the past ten years. Irish Aid founded the Awards to help Irish pupils learn […]
Hanna Maria’s story about Marmalade the Cat earned her a certificate in the Primary Schools Short Story section of the Cecil Day Lewis Literary Awards. This annual competition is open to all primary and Secondary school students.
Well done Róisin ….quite an accomplishment!
Congratulations to winners of Moyglare Art Competition. Margaret Lundy of Moyglare Stud commented on the high standard of art submitted for the competition.
. What an honour to be selected to represent Leinster in a Camogie blitz in Croke Park. Congratulations to mentors and players who work so hard for Camogie in Kilcock GAA – this was a great acknowledgement of their hard work and dedication.