The mobile library came to our school. It was great fun looking through all the different books and very comfortable!
Nancy came in to teach us Irish Dancing.
Mr & Mrs Claus came to visit us…
3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th class went to St Michael’s Nursing Home. They sang songs from the Christmas Concert the night before, and made Christmas cards for the residents there. They are a credit to the school!!
The Infants, 1st & 2nd class went to see a panto in Kilmallock called ‘Little Miss Muffets Christmas Caper’. It was fantastic and some of them got a chance to go up on stage. Great performance in a local theatre.
We all had a great time at our Christmas Concert. Well done to all and many thanks to the Parents Association and all who gave donations for our raffle.
Lovely Christmas art and infants enjoying hot chocolate.
We had a visit from Aine teaching us about saving energy.
There was plenty of art done by 1st & 2nd class, getting ready for the snow.
The infants enjoyed designing a poster for the local Caherconlish Caherline Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) Group.
They loved the cheerios, and had great fun at the Halloween party. To see more pictures click here.
1st & 2nd class had a fantastic trip to the Hunt Museum and Roxboro Garda Station. For more pictures click here.
Javier came in from the Lime Tree Theatre to do a Creative Writing Workshop.
Tuesday 10th October
We were all delighted to talk to retired astronaut Dan Tadi live from Japan. Many of the children asked him questions and we all learned more about Space.
Colin Ryan and Pat Donnelly popped in to show us the U21 cup. For more pictures see U21 Visit
Dawn and her friendly dog Odie from the Dogs Trust came to give a talk about looking after dogs.
We are all loving the chicks. They left on Thursday 28/9/17
1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th were busy drawing and creating the following:
Junior and Senior Infants enjoying Action Maths!
Welcome back to a new school year. We are delighted to especially welcome the new Junior Infants. They danced along with the Senior Infants.
Sports day has started well!
Well done to the pupils who were awarded Student of the Month, and the lucky pupils who were picked out for perfect Attendance.
5th & 6th class went to the Woodlands, Adare to showcase their Junior Entrepreneur Programme ‘Sweet Easter Bunnies’.
First Holy Communion
Enjoying learning outside and doing a bug hunt
The Mayor of Limerick visited us.
3rd – 6th class at a rugby blitz in Garryowen, organised by Kenneth from Munster Rugby.
Junior & Senior Infants enjoying Irish Dancing with Nancy.
They enjoyed coding in Tech Week, and a maths trail.
3rd & 4th class being active with Gearoid from Sports Partnership
Junior and Senior Infants, 1st and 2nd class had a fantastic day in Cappamore. They went to the library, playground and the fire station!!
Mickey Dunne came in to the school as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge
As part of Engineers Week, John from Limerick Council visited our school.
Well done to the students of the month.
The robots are everywhere…
Juniors, Seniors, 1st and 2nd class really enjoyed a fantastic Science Show run by the Limerick Science Hub.
We welcome you to our school website. Our school is situated in the village of Caherconlish, Co. Limerick. We cater for children aged from four years to twelve years.
Here at Caherconlish N.S., we work tirelessly to provide a happy, friendly, caring environment, where children feel secure and valued. The children who attend our school are encouraged to develop self-discipline and mutual respect for each other and for all adults, in an atmosphere that promotes learning and positivity, enabling children to reach their full potential.
We promote the development of cognitive skills such as evaluating, analysing and criticising in our daily activities. Our aspiration is to equip children to deal confidently with knowledge presented to them in a world in which they are exposed to a multitude of media on a daily basis. We constantly seek out interesting and stimulating initiatives for the children, in particular activities which provide active learning opportunities. We always encourage the children to try their best and not to be afraid of making mistakes.
We respect and acknowledge the very important role that our parents play in the education of their children, their involvement is consistently sought throughout the school as we recognise that it is this collaborative partnership between home and school which enhances the children’s education, welfare and social awareness.
We are grateful for the support of our parents and the wider parish community.