Today was our 6th and final week of swimming lessons in Fermoy Leisure Centre for 1st - 6th class. We partake in swimming lessons each year and it is great to see the children improving at such an essential life skill while also having great fun!!
Well done to Paddy, Cian R and Cian H who came 3rd in the Munster primary schools skills competition in Mallow today. The boys did their school, their club and their county proud and are a testament to the work that has been going on over the last number of years between the club and the school. Congratulations to Holy Family N.S. Rathmore who were worthy winners. It was also nice to see our boys make the Limerick and Cork match day programme over the weekend and who knows it may not be the last time they are included in a Limerick programme...
On Tuesday morning 4th 5th and 6th class enjoyed visiting the "Tuesday club" after mass. We sang songs together and had great fun being taught how to play a variety of card games, while also teaching one or two games of our own. We look forward to visiting the club again in the near future.
A great day spent in Watergrasshill for our senior school tour where we enjoyed karting, laser tag, archery, sumo wrestling, and gladiator jousting.
Congratulations to our boys who won the South Limerick hurling final against Glenbrohane today. Our captain Paddy was delighted to be the first Anglesboro man to lift the cup in well over 20 years. Thank you to the large number of supporters who turned up to cheer on the team.
On Tuesday we travelled to Galbally where our girls and 2 boys teams played our neighbours Galbally N.S. in a series of camogie and hurling games. It was a beautiful day for hurling with some great skill on display.
Congratulations to Paddy, Cian R and Cian H who won the County Football skills competition held in the Gaelic Grounds today. The boys will now be representing Limerick in the Munster Primary Schools skills competition in Mallow on June 6th. Well done boys!!!
Congratulations and well done to our 11 boys and girls who received First Communion today. We hope you all have a very special day. A big thank you to Ms Kelly and Fr Kelly for all of their hard work throughout the year.
We have more fantastic news. Congratulations to Cian Hogan, Cian Ryan and Paddy English who won the South Limerick Football Skills competition held in Bruff today. The boys will now represent South Limerick in the county final which will be held in the Gaelic Grounds. The winners of this will go forward to represent Limerick in the Muster Primary schools skills competition.
A massive well done to our boys who took part in the South Limerick hurling competition today. This was the first time the school has entered this competition in over 20 years and the boys did fantastically well. We won all 3 matches and are now eagerly looking forward to playing Glenbrohane in the final on 6th June in Martinstown.
Thank you to Jim Doran from the Cricket Ireland Development team for visiting us in Anglesboro N.S. today as part of our Active Schools campaign. We thoroughly enjoyed the session!!!
A foggy but beautiful morning in Combaun wood for our nature walk as part of Active Schools Week!! (Reports to follow next week)
Junior Infants, Senior Infants and 1st Class had great fun with the beanbags in a recent P.E. lesson.
The Senior Infant class have been enjoying a range of activities as part of the "Time for Sounds" programme with Mrs Maher.
Active Schools Week is in full swing in Anglesboro N.S. Check out a little taster video of "BEAT IT" where we enjoyed outdoor circuits to a musical beat!! We have also taken part in hurling training, a whole school soccer blitz, and the first of our 6 swimming lessons in Fermoy leisure centre this week. Looking forward to concluding Active Schools Week with a nature walk and picnic in Combaun Wood tomorrow morning!!!
Junior Infants, Senior Infants and 1st Class are delighted with the growth of their cress seeds, spinach and peas.
Junior Infants, Seniors Infants and 1st Class were busy planting cress seeds, peas and spinach recently.
As part of Autism Awareness month, we wore red on Friday to raise awareness and acceptance for autism. #redinstead #walkinred
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A massive well done to Laura and Susie who won Gold for Group singing and
joint Bronze for Solo Singing at the Community Games competition held in Askeaton last week. We are very proud of all of our pupils who take part in such competitions.
A big thank you to Mrs Lyons for donating our fabulous new Buddy bench to the school. It really brightens up our playground.
Before Easter we took part in the Team limerick Clean-up. We are proud to report we found very little rubbish!!
Bhí Ceílí mór againn i Scoil Ghleann na gCreabhar inniu agus bhí craic agus ceol ann.
Today we held a Céilí in the school halla for Seachtain na Gaeilge. It was great fun. Everyone was given a partner. The senior room were partnered up with the junior classes. I was with Kevin and we were in a group of 4 with Mirriam and Evie. We did 2 dances. The Siege of Ennis and an Dreoilín. My favourite dance was the Siege of Ennis because we were changing partners all of the time. (By Seán)
Today as part of Friendship week we had "Odd Socks Day". Everyone wore an odd pair of socks to show that everyone is different and everyone is equal. But since I wear odd socks everyday, today to be odd I wore matching socks. (By Kate)
Today was "Odd Socks Day". Odd socks day was for friendship week. Everyone even the teachers wore an odd pair of socks to show that we are all unique. I wore a black sock and a grey sock. We had so much fun. (By Padraig)
Congratulations to our 5th and 6th class who were confirmed last Friday by Bishop Kieran O' Reilly.