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.)

St. Aidan’s GAA Club

Tracey and Christy from St. Aidan’s GAA Club visited the school today bringing some early Christmas presents. The club has donated footballs, hoops, sliotars and an assortment of equipment for use in the school. Thank you!

Science Week 2020

As part of Science Week 2020, Cork institute of Technology’s (CIT) Science for Life programme hosted a VEX VR workshop on Tuesday 10th of November. VEX VR allows the students the chance to code a virtual robot, and is a great way for the students

February in the Senior Classroom

In geography this month, we completed a project about Germany. Thank you to our new students from Germany who taught us lots of interesting information about Germany, showed us many landmarks and explained to us what they were. In science, we have been engaging in

January in the Junior Classroom

We started the New Year by talking about our New Year’s resolutions and created beautiful Firework Art using chalk and oil pastels. We had our final rugby training session with Micheál and started our Céilí dancing with Rita. Our Aistear theme for the month was

January in the Senior Classroom

In Geography, we researched different countries and engaged in project work. Third and Fourth investigated Poland while fifth class looked at the USA. In History, Third and Fourth class explored Life in Norman Ireland. They worked together to build a fantastic model of a Medieval

Opening Evening 2020

Prospective students and their parents are invited to our open evening on Wednesday 5th February from 7.30pm – 8.30pm to meet with staff and view our school and its facilities. If this date does not suit or should you require any further information please contact

December in Feevagh NS

December was a very exciting month in the senior room of Feevagh NS with the run-up to Christmas! We had a lot of educational visits and even went on a trip to Athlone. We had a trees workshop with John Crossan who talked to us

November in the Junior Classroom

November was all about ‘People who help us’ in the Junior Room. We focused on this theme in Aistear and concentrated on the fire services. We read stories about fire and firefighters. We wrote acrostic poems about the Fire Station. Our new gazebo arrived and

November in the Senior Room

In English, we have been looking at the genre of persuasive writing which links in with the advertisements we are doing in SPHE. The teachers received some very persuasive letters trying to convince them that homework is not necessary in primary school! We have also

Green Schools November Update

Thank you to our students, parents and grandparents for supporting Team Hope’s Christmas Shoe Box Appeal again this year and also the St. Vincent De Paul’s Christmas Food Appeal. We collected a total of 29 shoe boxes. Children in Eastern Europe and Africa will be