Scoil Pól Latest News


Welcome to our News Page! Here you will find all the Latest happenings here in Scoil Pól!

Lá Fhéile Bríde ó Roinn na Gaeilge Scoil Pól!!! 


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I Run For Fun - 3K and 5k School Run

I Run For Fun.... The entire school ran a 3K or a 5K run as part of the I Run for Fun programme that was thought in PE class, all the students and staff took part in the run on Wednesday 1st of February. The run was timed and all the students got to refuel at the end of their run by having some water,oranges and banana's that were kindly sponsored by Centre of Kilfinane. Overall the run was a fantastic way to encourage students to run and stay healthy, it also demonstrated the fantastic relationship between students, staff and the community Scoil Pól. Well Done to everyone that took part. 

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Scoil Pol Finish Strong To Claim Munster Honours MunsterChampsCup

Congratulations to our Junior Camogie team who won the Sr. Patricia cup in the Junior Munster competition played in Kilfinane today.
Played in a clear but chilly January day, the Scoil Pól girls showed tremendous grit and determination to overturn a half time deficit of 2 points to eventually win out on a score line of 2-8 to 1-4 against a gallant Presentation College from Mitchelstown.
Having had the experience of being on the other side of results the previous Saturday in the Senior final played in Kilmoyle, Co. Kerry, the Scoil Pól ladies were focused and determined to make amends today. All but two of the senior panel with underage today which augers very well for the future in Scoil Pól.
Great credit is due to coaches Noreen O Riordan, Sr. Patricia Coughlan and Sarah Collins who gave belief to the girls that their day would come – and today it has!!!
Congratulations to everyone from the Scoil Pól community on your fantastic result!!! 


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Scoil Pol attends biggest ever Cycle Against Suicide Student Leaders’ Congress Cycle Against Suicide Scoil Pol Kilfinane

Read the letter from Jenny O'Meara from Cycle Against Suicide
6,000 students gather in UL to raise awareness of key message; It’s OK not to feel OK; and it’s absolutely OK to ask for help

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Anois Experience

Anois is a leadership training programme run in conjunction with secondary schools for students in transition/fifth year. It has been running in the diocese for over 20 years. It is a residential programme run in St. Patrick’s College in Thurles. The Anois programme offers young people the chance to develop their leadership skills as well as giving them the opportunity to build up their confidence and self esteem and make lasting friendship. Here are two accounts from students who attended the workshop.

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Bridge Suicide Watch Volunteers speak to 6th yearslsw

"I can" was the main message from an inspiring talk from Limerick Suicide Watch to our 6th years and leaving certificate applied students. Many thanks to Mike, Sarah, Ger and the star of the show Dog Vern.  Comments from teachers and students  alike to "the great talk". A "honest, open and positive talk" about your mental health and how it's often the second time you ask people are they okay before you get the real answer.

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