What an exciting morning we have had here in St. Paul’s! We had a wonderful surprise visit from the GSK Easter Bunny! We are very fortunate to have such wonderful volunteers from GSK who come to us every year to give Easter eggs or balloons to the boys and girls of St.Paul’s. They do so…Details
St.Paul’s School will reopen tomorrow, Monday 5th March at 9am. In case of adverse weather conditions, updates will be posted on Facebook.
On Thursday Mornings we are very busy here in the YellowM class, after circle time we go to the canteen for some social skills where we buy our bread and butter and jam, make toast which we love with melting butter and lovely fruity Jam. We also make a lovely cup of tea, and have…Details
As you may remember before Christmas we were one of the chosen charities for the Tesco Blue Token Community Fund in Mahon Point. We were delighted to find out we got €283.95 from people dropping their tokens into our column. This morning some of pupils from the WhiteM class went down to Mahon Point to…Details
Carolyn O Driscoll (Oliver’s Mother) as Master of Ceremonies opened our very first variety show. She was followed in her task by Karen Hoare ( Ciara’s Mother) and Eithne Hayes (Tara’s Mother). Kim o Sullivan and her dad, Niall, wrote to Santa earlier this month. They told him all about our show. Santa said yes…Details
Congratulations to Orange M class, pictured here showing off a prize they won when they entered a project on recycling earlier this year. The books received were Planet Earth and Irelands Atlantic Shore. Well done everyone.
Today Yellow S. had a wonderful Christmas shopping trip to town. We bought special gifts for some of our family and they are under strict instructions not to open them until Christmas morning. We even had a trip to IKON hair salon to see how a busy Salon works, Rose met her special friend Ciara…Details
Today, to celebrate it being the 1st of December, Gold M and Gold S decided to take the train to Cobh! This is in conjunction with our Christmas Show (hope I didn’t ruin the suprise!). While on board, we all enjoyed hot chocolate, tea or coffee with some homemade treats provided by Margaret (Clause!) O…Details
We were very lucky to welcome Rathduff Primary School to St.Paul’s today. We had a great time playing hockey and doing some cookery with them. We enjoyed singing some Christmas songs that we have being doing in lámh choir for them and of course they were great to join in with us. We are very…Details
We have had so much fun over that last few weeks with science (who knew science could be so much fun ??) We’ve been exploring textures. We started off with water and it was a little bit warm and wet and Darragh really enjoyed this as you can see from the lovely smile. Eric and…Details
This Year in the Purple S. Class we are trialing the Level 1 Learning Programme short course. The title of the course is “Around the world in 80 days”. We are learning a lot about our home and family, Our school and our local community. We are also doing a lot of work on local…Details
and we came home will gold silver bronze and participation ribboHuge congratulations to all our athletes who took part in swimming today. We really couldn’t have being more proud of you all. You were all amazing ns.
YellowM headed off out on our Christmas Trip today! First stop Chuckies out on Sarsfield rd for a play around where we had great fun on the slide & in the ball pool they were our favourite. After working up an appetite with all that fun we headed off to Wilton shopping centre for lunch…Details
St. Paul’s School were delighted to receive €750 from Rosie Keating, Merck Millipore whose colleagues who took part in the Cork BHAA 5K Run which took place earlier this year. Their efforts for St. Paul’s School are truly appreciated.
St Paul’s Special Olympic Club, Montenotte together with parents and families, are in the process of trying to raise €8000 by January 2018 to send 13 of our very talented athletes to Dublin, to the Special Olympic Ireland Summer Games in June. Athletes will take part in Aquatics, Athletics and Motor Activities as part of…Details
White M went over on a trip to visit ‘Field of dreams’ in Curraheen today . It is a Centre which supports adults with Down Syndrome . We had a fantastic morning which began with a treasure hunt around the Centre, we found pumpkins, onions, strawberries, lavender to name just a few . We were…Details
Saturday 11Th of November Today our Motor Activity Athletes and their coaches travelled to Cashel to meet up with our head coach Ger, and our other team mates from across Munster. It was lovely to meet everyone, and we had a very enjoyable day. Now that we have our two events finalised we will be…Details
It was a scary sight in St. Paul’s Today when staff & pupils came dressed for our Halloween Party! Great fun was had by the pupils scaring all the staff around every corner, culminating in a disco in the hall after lunch where everyone bopped til they dropped! It was all for a good cause…Details
Dear Parents, We are lucky to be chosen as one of the TESCOS BLUE TOKEN charities, to help with our necessary fundraising for our Special Olympics Club. We are currently working to raise 8000 euro to fund the 13 athletes who qualified for National games. If anyone is shopping in TESCO MAHON POINT. Please pick…Details
Update 16/10/17 @ 16.10 – Following further advice from the dept of Education & skill we will remain closed tomorrow Tuesday 17/10/17 On advice from the Dept of Education & skills we will remain closed tomorrow Monday 16th of October due to the severe weather alert. We will reopen as normal on Tuesday 17th! htfor…Details
The night is going to be spectacular!!! Kick off is at 7pm with a Drinks reception upstairs in the recently refurbished convention centre at The Clayton Silver Springs Hotel Tivoli. Mingle in the lobby with the other guests or maybe pose for a moment in front of photographer Erich Stack…you never know you could make…Details
St. Paul’s School were delighted to be the beneficiaries of the fantastic efforts of the Bransfield Recruits from Cork Naval Base. They kindly donated €2000 which will directly benefit the pupils of St. Paul’s. I would like to thank them sincerely for thinking of us and hope they will come to visit the school to…Details
The Yellown M and Red M classes have taken a big job on of planting and caring for the planters in the playground for Geography, last week they cleared them out and this week the dug them up and pulled out the large stones and rubbish. Next week we will be planting so watch this…Details
30/06/17 Dear Parents, Guardians & Friends of St. Paul’s On the last day of term I would like to thank each and every one of you for your support of St. Paul’s school community. It is hugely appreciated by pupils and staff alike. As you see from the website, we have had a very…Details
This year saw the opening of a new sensory studio. The studio will help all our children meet their sensory needs. As they say photographs speak a thousand words. Lets go view our children having fun in the studio Our beautiful new studio is the result of many people giving generously of their time and skills.…Details
My canine companions came to visit the gold M and white M classes as part of their junior project , ‘taking care of an animal’. There was great excitement when 2 puppies arrived in a buggy and also a 7 month old dog named Orla . We all took turns giving cuddles and walking them…Details
Today Monday 19th June we got taken to see all the amazing animals in Fota by our very good friend Noel Higgins. Thanks Noel we had a great day.
This morning we were all healthy in YellowM. We went for a nice walk around the grounds for P.e and then we came back and made lovely summer smoothies from pinapple, pears, nectarines, and some summer mixed berries with lemon and blueberry yoghurt, they were yummy.
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Our Theme for the Summer term has been The Circus, today the whole school came together in two sessions to do our very own St. Paul’s Circus. We had everything from Magic Tricks, to trapeze artists, lovely ribbon display & not forgetting the circus animals. We also had alot of stations from the sweet &…Details
On Saturday 27th May 4 of our pupils headed off to the UL arena for the Special Olympics Munster Regional Swimming Gala. They all worked really hard on their training and represented St. Paul’s brilliantly on the day. Colm Healy brought home Gold in the 10M assisted swim, Destiny Russell brought home Gold in the…Details
Today pupils from YellowM & OrangeS were getting some fresh air in the playground after a busy morning of work.
Noel Higgins very generously volunteered the bring the Red S class to Garryvoe on Wednesday. With the hope of spending a scorcher of a day at the beach, we packed up the picnic, suncream and buckets and shovels. Unfortunately, the sun didn’t shine but we still had great fun TRYING to fly our kite in…Details
This afternoon YellowM, RedM & OrangeM got together for there weekly training session! Some of the pupils are taking part in the Athletics event in June so they were practicing their running & soft ball throw!
A huge thank you to everyone who supported our school by buying tickets for the raffle of the Munster jersey. The draw took place on May 13th in the Blackrock inn. and was won by one of their customers, who we hear is a big Munster fan. The Raffle raised 1350 Euro . Our special thanks…Details
Purple class had a party for Ellen today for her 14th birthday! Happy Birthday Ellen
In 2015, some staff members had an idea !! An idea to create a beautiful and peaceful garden in a small overgrown corner of our school. They wanted the garden to be a tranquil place for reflection and relaxation, and with the very generous help of Kenneally Steel Fabrication Ltd., the determination of staff and…Details
Today gold m and white m went to visit the transition year students of colaiste mhuire crosshaven. After travelling down on the bus, we needed to wake ourselves up, and what better opportunity than a game of hockey or soccer. After the very competitive hockey and soccer session, we were treated to a fantastic music…Details
GoldM enjoying a bit of Yoga and deep breathing, learning how to de-stress from all the hard work they are doing for the Junior Cert Programme.
Our OrangeM Class along with RedM went to visit Leahy’s Farm on May 4th. DJ was our guide and he showed us around the farm. We saw lots of animals but Houdini the snake and Humphrey the Camel were our favourite. We fed milk to the Lambs, some bread to the ducks and some nuts…Details