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Grandparents Day 2019

Grandparents Day 2019 We will celebrate Grandparents Day as part of Catholic Schools Week on Wednesday, January 30th. The children will welcome their grandparents into their classrooms to allow them to get a brief glance of what school is like in 2019. Grandparents or Godparents are invited to the school at the [more]

Happy New Year

Happy New Year Please find letter to parents January 2019 [more]

Christmas Walk 🎄

Christmas Walk 🎄Our Christmas Walk was a great success and lots of fun. We raised €315.00, thanks to all who kindly donated. The Parents Association have matched that figure and in total €630.00 was donated earlier to St. Vincent De Paul. Therese Cahill from St. Vincent De Paul’s Cloyne branch, was presented [more]

Christmas Newsletter

Christmas Newsletter Christmas Newsletter 2018 going home in schoolbags today! click here to [more]

Building Letter

Building Letter Click here for building update [more]

Christmas Walk

Christmas Walk Christmas Walk on Thursday, December 20th @ 11.30 Children are invited to wear Christmas jumper and /or Christmas hat. Parents are reminded that any photos taken should not be shared on Social media. Photos are for personal use [more]

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Welcome to St. Colman’s N.S., Cloyne. St. Colman’s is a mixed, mainstream primary school with a Catholic Ethos. We cater for children in all classes from Junior Infants to 6th Class. I, as Principal feel privileged to work in a progressive, inclusive school with a caring attitude where all children are cherished and respected. The staff are dedicated, friendly and committed to helping each and every child. We encourage the holistic development of all children. We aim to stimulate each child whatever their ability to achieve his/her full potential and to be confident and respectful of self and others.

We promote the development of a caring, happy, welcoming and secure environment where the intellectual, spiritual, physical, moral and cultural needs of all pupils are identified and addressed. We are proud of our school climate, one of trust, respect, support, welcome, understanding and acceptance where learning and teaching can be enjoyed.

We believe that self-esteem and confidence are qualities that are fundamental to the well-being of every individual, both child and adult.

The school encourages the continuous professional development of all staff. We acknowledge the importance of Parents in the education of their children. We encourage parents to be actively involved in school life.

Ní neart go cur le chéile

Mary O’Brien.

Principal

If you can imagine it

        You can achieve it

        If you can dream it

       You can become it