In keeping with our commitment to information technology education, we have recently purchased four new laptops for our pupils. This has enabled us to add a new subject – coding. This has been enthusiastically taken up by our pupils, as can be seen from the pictures.
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Our Proclamation Day today consisted of an introduction by Rev Stephen McCann followed by Tin Whistle Concert, poetry reading, reading of the St Matthias Proclamation and the raising of the flag, while the children sang the National Anthem. Finally Billy Barry read out the names of the 40 children killed in the rising, while the
The students learned about Pulley systems, the effects of force and mass, using hands on manipulatives and experiments. They experimented with Mentos and Coke to see how nucleation works. They learned about closed circuits, then designed and built electrical quiz boxes to review maths facts and some research topics. The structure of a molecule –
On Tuesday, March 8th, our 5th and 6th class students visited Glengariff Nature Reserve to take part in a 5K orienteering challenge. It was a beautiful day and all 3 teams completed the course, scoring very high in the rankings, so well done to all who took part! This was followed by a picnic in
On Tuesday, February 23rd 2016, St. Matthias School welcomes parents of all prospective pupils to come and visit our wonderful school between 1.30 and 2.30 p.m. We will be delighted to meet you, show you around and answer any questions you may have. See for yourselves the sort of things our pupils are involved in
Our Christmas Play was called ‘Brian the Christmas Tree’ performed by all of the students on Friday the 18th of December to a packed house. As you can see, a great time was had by all. A huge amount of effort went into learning parts, rehearsals, costumes etc. Our grateful thanks go to all who
We walked to school as part of ‘Active Schools’ on Wednesday the 22nd of December, our last day before the holidays. We were all treated to hot chocolate upon arrival at the school.Pupils are shown participating in some of the games we organised in the Community hall in November and December. They played rounders, soccer,
Pictured are the pupils and staff of St. Matthias’ at the start of the school year. Our school community continues to grow, which is a great tribute to the dedication of our hard working staff. The Board of Management is continuing the work, which was started by the previous Board, of improving the facilities in
On the 29th of September St Matthias 5th and 6th class children took part in the autumn orienteering event for West Cork primary schools. The event took place in the community grounds of Schull, using the new orienteering map of the area. This was a great introduction to the adventure sport of Orienteering. The course length was approx.
We were delighted to welcome our new Junior Infants class in September and hope that their time with us will be very happy. We hope they will reach their highest potential whilst at the same time building memories and forming friendships that will last a lifetime.