News & Events
In this section of our website the pupils will share news regarding all the major news stories associated with Feevagh NS. (e.g. trips away, sports events etc.)
The senior room have been very busy this June doing lots of project work in Maths. We completed projects using equations, fractions and a variety of different containers. We also completed maths trails during our active week and we even created our own maths trail
Junior Entrepreneur Success
News just in – We have successfully completed the Junior Entrepreneur programme and have received our first Junior Entrepreneur flag and plaque for our polar candle holder idea. Well done to all the children for coming up with so many great ideas and creating their
Feevagh NS Receives First Blue Star Award
We are delighted to announce that we have received our first Blue Star Award. Throughout the year, all classes studied the European Union through all the curriculum subjects . As part of this project, we also celebrated Europe Day on the 9th May.
PPN Art Competition Success
Well done to our Second Class student who won second prize in the Roscommon Public Participation Network Art and Photography Competition!
On May 9th 2017, we held an event in our school to celebrate Europe Day with parents, family members and members of the local community in attendance. We were delighted to have a visit from MEP Marian Harkin and local TD’s Eugene Murphy and Michael
Biodiversity Action Day
On Wednesday the 5th of April we held a “Biodiversity Action Day” as part of our Green Schools. We were joined by parents and members of the local community. Everyone got their hands dirty planting, scooping, digging and building, to help improve the biodiversity of
Community Games Success
Well done to all our pupils who participated in the Community Games Handwriting and Art competitions. Congratulations to those who received prizes for their handwriting and art entries.
On Wednesday 15th March we had a pottery workshop with Fin. He told us all about his work as a potter. We learned lots of new techniques for working with clay. Fin taught us how to key the clay so that it sticks together and
On Wednesday the 8th of March we had a visit from David Fallon the Ecologist. David is working in the local bogs and told us that our local bogs are the best in Ireland for biodiversity! He showed us pictures of the rare flora and
World Book Day Celebrations
Feevagh National School was among the thousands of schools celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March. To mark this important day of literacy, the children and staff at Feevagh N.S. came to school dressed up as characters from their favourite books and participated in