School Announcements 

Ag Léim Bouncy Castle

posted 13 Jul 2018, 04:12 by AnneMaria Bourke

The staff and pupils of Lios Cúram are sincerely grateful to Liam Ryan, Ag Léim Bouncy Castles Newtownshandrum, Charleville for the use of the bouncy castle for July Provision. The children really enjoyed it and it was so good for everyone. We wish to acknowledge Liam's generosity and encourage you to support him  in future.

Healthy Promoting School

posted 22 Jun 2018, 06:31 by AnneMaria Bourke

A Busy June for our Health Promoting School

Liscarroll National School has had a very healthy (and delicious!) June having organised Fruity Fridays and Walk a Mile with a Smile as part of our Health Promoting Schools Membership.


All four Fruity Fridays were very kindly sponsored by Twohig’s Supervalu Kanturk who provided one piece of fruit for every child!!! A massive thank you to them from all at Liscarroll NS!


We could not have had better weather for our Walk a Mile with a Smile having the sun beating down on us as we walked to the Donkey Sanctuary and back.


And to top it all off we got our 2017-2018 Health Promoting Schools Certificate in June as well!!






Light it up Blue Week 2018.

posted 23 May 2018, 06:09 by Caitriona OFlynn   [ updated 23 May 2018, 06:31 ]

We had great fun celebrating Autism Awareness this year! 
Nora, our talented SNA, created a mural to decorate the walls of Lios Curam. Each class contributed towards its creation. We then held a motto competition and each student worked diligently to think of an appropriate motto that would suit it.
The Parents' Council held a coffee morning in the hall, where we showcased some some fantastic pieces of art; all on the theme of light it up blue. Many parents did some lovely baking for everybody to enjoy. 
On another day, all staff and pupils wore something blue, bought some very stylish autism awareness wrist bands and participated in a whole school Yoga Assembly, led by Laura, another talented SNA.
On the last day, all pupils took part in our "Walk a Mile with a Smile" activity. 
Everybody had a great time and we certainly raised alot of awareness!

Light it up blue 2018


Green Schools Committee

posted 23 May 2018, 06:00 by Caitriona OFlynn

Liscarroll National School had a busy two years working towards achieving their Green Schools flag. The theme for this flag was "travel".Each class carried out surveys to find out what was the most common method of transport to school "Car" was the most popular. We looked at ways of trying to change this, but because the school is in a rural setting it was difficult to change the outcome. Different competitions were held throughout the school years to create awareness to ensure the 7 steps had been carried out to achieve the flag. At the beginning of May some of the committee members attended a ceremony in Cork to receive the Green flag. Well done to everyone on this great achievement.


Lyndsey takes Special Olympics by storm!

posted 2 May 2018, 06:04 by Caitriona OFlynn   [ updated 7 Jun 2018, 07:29 ]


Lyndsey, one of our volunteer staff members has qualified for Special Olympics 2018. Best of Luck Lyndsey!

Haulbowline 2018

posted 30 Apr 2018, 01:23 by Caitriona OFlynn   [ updated 3 May 2018, 05:42 ]

A sincere thank you to Lieutenant Commander Bernard Heffernan on organising and co-ordinating the trip for us. We are most grateful to him and his colleagues for giving us a wonderful tour of the Naval Base on the day.

Haulbowline 2018


Our School Spelling Champ!

posted 29 Apr 2018, 13:10 by Margaret Mullane   [ updated 29 Apr 2018, 13:10 ]

https://drive.google.com/a/liscarrollns.org/file/d/1p-7KksPL3BFq3Xw9tFYA_bo__FsovLtB/view?usp=drive_webI
Isobel spells her way into the last 12 of the Eason's Spelling Bee County Final,
 held recently in Rochestown Park hotel, Cork.
She proudly represented Liscarroll N.S. in the Finals.  We are all very proud of her.

Seó Fasean

posted 20 Apr 2018, 06:35 by Caitriona OFlynn


Both 5th and 6th class decided to perform a fashion show for the school during Seachtain na Gaeilge.  They spent lots of time and effort into planning their outfits.  On the day we had lots of special guests: such as Taylor Swift, Mrs. Brown and Winnie, Dora the Explorer, Ant and Dec and many many more.  We had a wonderful MC for the day, Kate, who described every outfit as Gaeilge.  Every student in 5th and 6th were involved in some way, if they were not modelling then they were either djs or helping backstage.  All the students and staff really enjoyed it.  It was a lovely fun way to finish Seachtain na Gaeilge

Michael Moynihan T.D.

posted 20 Apr 2018, 06:27 by Caitriona OFlynn

Michael Moynihan T.D. visited our school recently after some students in 5th and 6th class invited him to discuss the issue of traffic in our village.  These students worked extremely hard for a number of months on this issue.  They contacted Andreana Sheehan from Cork County Council, John Paul O' Shea Cllr.  It is great to see how passionate they are about this serious topic 

Michael Moynihan T.D.


Seachtain na Gaeilge

posted 20 Apr 2018, 06:23 by Caitriona OFlynn   [ updated 20 Apr 2018, 06:38 ]

Bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge ar siúl roimh laethanta na Cháisce.  Bhí Tráth na gCeist, Ceolchoirm, Seó Faisean, Comórtas Éalaíne agus Ceilí againn.  Bhíomar ag obair go dian chun níos mó Gaeilge a labhairt.  Bhaineamar an- taitneamh as an tseachtain seo! 

As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge, we decided to have a whole school Ceilí.  Every class learned the Siege of Ennis and Shoe the Donkey.  We had lots of fun!! Take a look at the pictures!


Seachtain na Gaeilge


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