- September 2017 in St Colman's
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Many thanks to all who supported our Clothes Collection. We collected 600kg of Clothes and 4 phones. We hope to make over €400.
Congratulations to the U12 boys from Kanturk and Lismire who won the U12 North Cork Final last night. Sean Hopkins from 6th was their Captain. They beat Newmarket. Well done to all involved!! Conor O' Donoghue 6th and James Moylan 5th wrote a match report for us.
On Tuesday Music Classes for 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th began again this year with Jackie Bolster. Once again the Parent's Association have kindly offered to subsidise it. The cost per child per term is now €10.
All the boys learn the Tin Whistle and in 5th Class those that wish to, get the opportunity to learn the Concertina on School Instruments. Some boys also play the Flute.
6th, 5th & 3rd Class boys had Football Coaching on Monday morning with Timmy Murphy. This was organised by Rebel Og and will continue every Monday for 7 weeks.
Well done to everybody who took part in our Fire Drill on Friday. This is an important part of our School Life to make sure that each of us knows what to do in the event of a fire.
On Thursday St Colman's hit the headlines on our local newspaper the Corkman with "St Colman's goes Green!" . Our Green School's Committee submitted their end of year report to the paper. The report was written by Darragh O' Keeffe who has moved on from us to Coláiste Treasa.
Our Green School's Committee had a very busy year last year and we hope to apply for St Colman's first green flag this year.
We'd like to extend a very special welcome to our new boys throughout the school especially our First Class Boys. We hope they will be very happy with us in St Colman's.