We extend congratulations to two of our 5th class pupils, who won prizes in the Sherkin Island Marine Station Competition Isaac Solomon won two books “The Birds of lreland – A Field Guide” and “Life Cycle – River” while Samuel Richards won “Ireland’s Hidden Depths” This was a great achievement and we are very proud
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Eleanor Robb, a pupil at St. Matthias National School has won a county-wide ‘design a library card’ competition. Chosen from over 600 entries, her design has been printed on over 20,000 library cards all over Cork. This is a wonderful achievement and we couldn’t be more proud of her.
St. Matthias welcomes the new 2014 – 2015 academic year with enthusiasm and optimism. Thanks to the tremendous work done by members of the board, teachers, parents, parishioners and a host of supporters, the outlook has seldom been brighter. Over Summer, we were pleased to record a significant increase in applications with the result that
Giving pupils the chance to expand their knowledge of everyday life beyond the classroom is one of the things dear to the heart of St. Matthias. Pictured, accompanied by their teachers, is a group of pupils getting to know what life is like on a Schull Community Inshore Rescue Service (SCIRS) inshore rescue boat under the watchful
Preparing pupils for the challenges of second level, university and life beyond is a core consideration at St. Matthias. It guided our decision to equip pupils with modern iPad technology. Textbooks can be down loaded and accessed in an instant. Teachers can monitor each pupil’s progress and advance his or her education on a one-to-one
In 2012, inspectors from the Department of Education carried out an in-depth, independent evaluation of St. Matthias. The findings were published in the Department’s Whole School Evaluation Report that is available for public inspection and can be read online. Here are some of the comments published in the Report: ‘There is a positive and inclusive
Good news for St. Matthias school supporters is the announcement that student numbers are set to rise significantly in the coming year. If current projections remain in place, the school will welcome an unprecedented rise in the number of new pupils coming to the school in the 2014/15 academic year. As a consequence, an application