The children of 3rd – 6th recently had a whale of a time at the Depuy Plant in Ringnaskiddy which forms part of the industrial giant J&J. This visit was organised by Chris and Denise O Brien. Thank you!
On the day, the children visited the plant floor, the innovation department and finally a wind turbine. We also met some staff members including a former young scientist of the year and we received a talk on renewable energy from Cork Hurling Legend; Donal Óg Cusack (pic 3 below).
Well done to our 2018 Swimming Team (pictured below) who recently competed in the Fermoy Swimming Club Annual Easter Gala. The team recorded some very impressive times and collected 5 medals. The Gala was expertly organised by Fermoy Swimming Club and thank you to Miss Howard for supervising the children on the day. Maith Sibh Go Léir!
Click Continue Reading to view some pic of our recent school races. It was great to have our own field to use, which has stood up really well to the wet winter and spring. Continue reading
Click Continue Reading to view more pics from our 2018 Easter Egg Hunt.
Junior and Senior Infants visited Fermoy Fire Station today. They got a chance to become fire fighters using the hose and travelling in the fire engine. Thanks to Barry Collins for arranging the visit and the fire fighters for welcoming us into the station. Click on continue reading for more pictures.
Bhì Lá Glas againn an seachtain seo chaite le linn Seachtain na Gaeilge. Bhíomar ag damhsa, ag caint as Gaeilge agus ag foghlaim faoi Naomh Padraig. Bhí a lán craic againn!
Kilmagner NS was delighted to be selected to team up with The Glucksman Gallery in UCC for an exciting collaboration. The scheme will involve a number of things including, workshops, homework, art education, an artist visit and will culminate in a visit by KNS to The Glucksman. A big thank you to Glucksman Curator, Tadhg Crowley for including Kilmagner in this amazing initiative and to artist Fiona Kelly who has kindly loaned us one of her beautiful pieces as well as doing a workshop with the children. Keep an eye on The Evening Echo for our students!
Here are some pictures of the workshop.