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.)

September in the Senior Classroom

Roald Dahl’s writing featured in much of our learning in English during the month of September. Throughout the month, we studied passages from Roald Dahl books and completed comprehension, grammar and vocabulary work based on them. On 13th September the senior classroom celebrated Roald Dahl

Autumn is Here

The whole school community embraced the beautiful warm weather and took a walk in nature. We observed and appreciated the natural world all around us as signs of Autumn have begun to appear. We collected beautiful foliage and seeds and incorporated them into our art


Welcome to our 6 new children starting Junior Infants. Welcome back to all our students, families and teachers!

Incredible Edibles Gold Award for Feevagh NS

The senior room were delighted to receive a gold award for their Incredible Edibles project that they submitted in June. As part of this programme, we learned about the origins of different foods. The students looked out for Irish produce while shopping and looked at

Health Promoting Schools

We are delighted to announce we have been awarded our first Health Promoting Schools Flag. This is a huge achievement for our school recognising the work we have been doing to promote and increase the health and well-being of our whole school community!  

A Second Active Schools Flag for Feevagh NS

We have been awarded our second Active Schools Flag! The committee has worked hard all year introducing new initiatives throughout the school day to encourage the whole school community to be more active. 


Well done to Mount Feevagh (Mount Talbot and Feevagh Schools combined team) who were runners up in this years camoige final. They were defeated by Runnamoat in the final after a very close game! Well done girls!

May in the Junior Room

The Junior room were learning about different life cycles throughout April and May. The life cycles of a flowering plant, a butterfly, a frog and a hen were studied and sequenced. We were even lucky enough to see some tadpoles during our visit to Clara

May in the Senior Room

We have been learning about calendars and timetables this month in Maths. We also explored how long a minute is. We predicted how many skips and hops we could do in a minute and how many pegs we could put on a piece of string

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