We would like to congratulate our happy P4 Communicants for making their First Holy Communion! They all had great fun on their special day! 
In reward for Michael O'Grady's excellent work in updating the school website evey Friday Master T decided to treat him to a continental breakfast. 
Michael really enjoyed his croissant. 


Production of the brand new school playground has begun! This week workers came to start building one of the most exciting editions to our school, a brand new playground for the children! 

Above is our school football team who got to the final of the Malachy Mc Geeney all county memorial cup final and were narrowly beaten. 
They played their hearts out. 




Welcome to St. Oliver's Primary School Carrickrovaddy.  

What's happening this week... 
16/05/2016 - 20/05/2016  

P1/2/3 sports day with Mags Mc Alinden 
Library van 
P6/7 Gaelic coaching 
E.W.O to work with p7s transferring to new schools next year. 
12:30- 2:30 
Swimming starting back fortnightly. 
Dates 6th-20th April, 4th-18th May 1st -15th June  
P4/5 PE 
P7 fishing trip to Bessbrook 
Gardening Club 
The School will be closed on Monday the 30th and Tuesday the 31st of May for the Bank holiday and Staff development day. 


The cost of Swimming Lessons for classes P4/5/6/7 has been raised to £4.00 due to an increase in bus and pool prices. 

Great news as our wonderful school has just been awarded a grant to build a brand new playground for all our pupils which hopefully will be finished before we leave for the summer holidays.  
I would also like to congratulate our wonderful P7 class who celebrated their Confirmation in Cullyhanna on Tuesday. 
They were a credit to all at St Oliver's and their families. 

As part of our 'World Around Us' project Master Tireney and Mrs. Lavery were kind enough to take the P6/7 boys and girls to the Titanic Quarter in Belfast as the children have shown great interest in the topic of The Titanic. 
Here we see the four amigos Kevin, Niall, Daithi and Ross who built this wonderful dome during wet play. Future architects in the making perhaps.  
Congratulations to Alicia McGeown and Cara Mackin for doing extremly well in the Newry musical Feis. The girls were 'Highly Commended' by all the judges! 
Here are Mrs. Murphy's P3/4/5 class having fun at their trip to the Tesco supermarket where they got to behind the scenes in the making of all of Tesco's wonderful products. 
Special congratulations go to Caitlin Murray who came first place in the Irish Dancing National Championships on Friday! 
Our P6/7 boys certainly seem to be enjoying their extended school art club on a Friday with Mrs Lavery. 





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