Active Flag Week 2017
Day 1 June 9th – Activities with other classes
Day 2 June 12th – Staff Vs 6th Class – Relay events
Day 3 June 13th – Full day activities for all classes in the Cloyne GAA pitch
Day 4 June 19th – traditional Games – Parents invited to take part with their child’s class – see timetable below
Day 5 – We have had a variety of coaches visit the classes to teach new skills, for example, Tak Wan-Do, basketball, GAA, etc
Traditional Games – June 19th – Parents are invited to take part with their child’s class.
Junior Infants (Ms Power) and Jun/Senior Infants (Ms. Beecher) 9:10 – 9:40
Senior Infants (Mr. Quinlan) and 3rd Class 10:00 – 10:30
4th Class 11:10 – 11:40
1st Class (Ms Kenneally) 12:00 – 12:30
5th Class 13:00 – 13:30
1st /2nd Class (Ms O Callaghan) and 6th 13:30 – 14:00
2nd Class (Ms. Quaid) 14:00 – 14:30
Taekwon – Do coach Darren Buckley visited some of our class on May 25th and taught an introductory Taekwon -do class to pupils. We really enjoyed this. Thank you Darren for giving up your time, we are delighted with our new skills!!!!
We took part in Operation Transformation’s 10@10 on Friday 10th February 2017. Every primary school child in Ireland has was invited to participate in a mass physical activity for 10 minutes.
St. Colman’s N.S. was delighted to accept this invitation. See video below!
Check out https://ot.rte.ie/get-involved/10-at-10/ for activities!
St. Colman’s Operation Transformation 2017 10@10
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Jump into Spring Pedometer Challenge – 3rd to 6th Class
Starting on 1st February, 3rd to 6th class will take part in a pedometer challenge. Each day a pupil will wear a pedometer from 9 o’ clock to 2 o’ clock. The Active flag will collect pedometers each day and record each class score – this challenge will run for 33 school days. Keep an eye on the score chart to see how classes are getting on.
Pupil’s let’s start walking!!!