Well done to our TY students who recently took part in poetry writing competition. Pictured below are the winners. Thanks to Ms. Sinead Burke, Ms. Shauna O’Donnell and Ms. Bridget Carpenter for organising the event.
DOG DAYS IN COISCEIM IN PRE COVID TIMES
There was an air of both excitement and trepidation on Fridays in Coiscéim last year as we eagerly awaited a visit from one of our four legged friends! The idea came to me when Siobhan Quinn, (SNA) and I were visiting Áras an Uachtaráin with some of our students. I noticed President Higgins’s dogs, Bród […]
Christmas wishes to all our school community
Christmas wishes to all our school community Wishing all our students, staff, parents and wider school community a very happy and peaceful Christmas and every good wish for 2021. School re-opens on Wednesday 6th January 2021.
First Year Activities for Christmas
Scoil Ruáin first years have participated in some festive activities in the run up to Christmas. They decorated their classroom windows, had a craft morning where they made Christmas elves and tree decorations. They also participated in a Christmas card writing campaign, where they sent Christmas cards to elderly residents in nursing homes around the […]
Congratulations to Scoil Ruáin 2019-20 Student of the Year
Congratulations to Maria Hayes who was awarded the Scoil Ruáin Student of the Year Award in Scoil Ruáin. She was presented with her award by her former Year Head Ms. Claire Gubbins at a socially distanced ceremony in the school. The award was generously sponsored by Camida for which our school is most grateful. Maria […]
Scoil Ruáin honours the memory of the victims of Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday History remembered in Scoil Ruáin Students at Scoil Ruáin remembered the victims of Bloody Sunday 1920 as we remembered the anniversary of this sad event. Junior students participated in a 30 question online quiz and watched a documentary based on the excellent book “A Bloodied Field” by Michael Foley. Transition Years completed a […]
Day 1 Exploring Scoil Ruáin English
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